China-based automation and control technologies provider Hollysys Automation Technologies has successfully applied its proprietary ZPW-2000s Track Circuit in Beijing’s Xiaohongmen to Baiziwan trial railway line.

The circuit has also passed the review by Beijing Railway Bureau.

The ZPW-2000s Track Circuit is designed to detect occupying trains on a railway track and send out a moving authority signal. The safety protection equipment can be used for both high-speed and low-speed railways tracks.

"We are very excited about the successful operation of our track circuit equipment."

Hollysys Automation Technologies’ management said: "We are very excited about the successful operation of our track circuit equipment in the trial line. This will expand our products providing in the railway transportation market and grow to be another revenue growth driver for Hollysys in the future.

"In view of the vast potential track circuit replacement opportunities in China, Hollysys will continue to explore the railway business opportunities with its leading technology, experienced team and solution capabilities."

Hollysys Automation Technologies provides automation and control technologies and products to customers in industrial, railway, subway, nuclear power, building retrofit, and mechanical and electronic industries.

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It also provides train control centre that monitors route condition, track status, train schedules, distance between trains, and the working status of other function devices; and automation train protection, which acts as the train over-speed protection mechanism that collects real-time information.