Security in Public Transport

InREAKT Research Project enters its final Phase

For several weeks now a tram stop shelter has graced the STUVA halls in Cologne. It serves to direct theoretical findings gained within the scope of the research project “InREAKT – Integrated Response Reaction Chains to enhance Security in Public Transport” and try them out in practice during its final phase. In addition, a test under realistic conditions is planned in an urban rail car as from July 2016.

 

InREAKT reacts automatically to critical Situations affecting Security

Within the framework of this research project a real time system was developed, which supports transport company control...

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