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RAILWAYS’ KAVACH ANTI-COLLISION SYSTEM



  Apr 20, 2024

RAILWAYS’ KAVACH ANTI-COLLISION SYSTEM



1. What is the Kavach system?

Kavach, which means “armor” in Hindi, is an indigenous anti-collision system developed by the Research Designs and Standards Organisation in collaboration with Indian vendors. It’s designed to prevent train accidents by controlling train operations to avoid collisions.

2. How does Kavach work?

Kavach works by using radio communications to maintain a safe distance between trains. It automatically applies brakes if it detects a potential collision threat, thereby ensuring safety.

3. When was Kavach developed?

Kavach was developed in 2002 as part of the Indian Railways’ initiative to enhance train safety and operational efficiency.

4. What prompted the focus on implementing Kavach?

The focus on deploying Kavach intensified following several high-profile train accidents, underscoring the need for advanced safety measures in the Indian railway network.

5. What are the expected benefits of Kavach?

Kavach aims to minimize human errors in train operations, reduce the risk of collisions, and enhance the overall safety and reliability of the railway network.


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