TOKYO, China (Metro Rail News): China tested the world’s first high-speed bullet train, running at a speed of 350 kmph without a driver between Beijing to Zhangjiakou. China is planning to serve the Olympics participates in 2022 with this high-speed driverless bullet train.
The world’s first smart, high-speed and non-driverless train will be operated daily to complete the Journey of 74 km Long journey from Beijing to Zhangjiakou in 47 minutes. The automatic train has been named ‘Rejuvenation’. It has all the features connected to artificial intelligence with 5G signal, wireless charging and smart lighting.
- China claims – It is the world’s first smart, high-speed and non-driverless train
- This bullet train will get 5G signal, wireless charging and smart lighting facilities
- This bullet train will be run between Beijing to Zhangjiaqou, named rejuvenation
174 km long journey from Beijing to Zhangjiakou will be Completed in 47 minutes
The Beijing to Zhangjiakou high-speed driverless train test was successful, 56496 crore rupees have been spent on it. The passengers will get comfortable travel with beautiful lightning. The train completed the 174-kilometre journey between Beijing and Zhangjiakou in 47 minutes having 10 stops. Earlier it used to take three hours to cover such a distance. Currently, it will be made an important part of the highspeed transport network by 2021 next year by running it on other tracks.
Maintenance and repair work is done by Robots
This train is driverless, but it will have only one person on the drive board, which will only monitor the emergency. At the same time, the robots will do the maintenance and repair work of this train. The instruction will be guided by the Global Satellite developed by China.
The project will replace the US-developed Global Positioning System. China has been working on this project for a long time. This is the reason that the speed of this train was reduced to 300 km after a major accident six years ago. According to the state-run Xinhua government, if all goes well, a new schedule will be prepared for the Beijing-Shanghai Railway, which starts in mid-September.