Delhi Metro Begins Final Field Trials Of 1st Indigenous Signalling System

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Publish Date : 2022-03-24


Delhi Metro Begins Final Field Trials Of 1st Indigenous Signalling System

New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.

New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Directors and senior officials at Metro Bhawan. #DelhiMetro," the DMRC tweeted.New Delhi: Final field trials of a first-ever indigenously developed signalling technology was on Thursday virtually inaugurated on the Red Line of the Delhi Metro, officials said. India's first ever Indigenous Automatic Train Supervision System (i-ATS) has been developed by a joint team of DMRC and Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), they said. "The final field trials of India's first ever i-ATS was virtually inaugurated today on the Red Line by our Managing Director, Dr. Mangu Singh in the presence of Dir



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