In preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China has revealed what it calls itself “The first intelligent high-speed train in the world.It is also the fastest self-propelled bullet ship in the world and can reach speeds of 350 km / h.
The train will operate on the Beijing-Zhangjiakou inter-city railway, helping passengers complete a 174-kilometer trip within an hour, compared to the current 3-hour period. Some trains can even finish the journey in just 45 minutes.
In service of a major international sporting event taking place in 2022, China has officially put into operation a new high-speed railway line.
The new unmanned bullet ship will connect the capital Beijing and China to the cities of the Olympic events such as Zhangjiakou and Crown Prince, but it will also give visitors the opportunity to see. The Great Wall of China passed through a stop station at Bat Dat Linh, Truong Thanh. This line consists of a total of 10 stops and takes 4 years to complete.
The new train will operate on a strict schedule, automatically stopping and leaving a train station. The speed between the stations is monitored by sensor devices and the train is controlled by a computer, completely self-propelled. However, a supervising driver will be on board to gain control from the computer in an emergency.
The new ship connecting Beijing – Zhangjiakou was introduced to be very intelligent and self-propelled
Besides the fast speed, China’s new bullet ship also stands out for being extremely intelligent. Each cabin is equipped with high-tech, from face recognition to real-time safety sensors, 5G touch screen and smart lighting system. The cabins are designed with lots of luggage storage space for sports equipment and detachable seats for disabled passengers in wheelchairs. Each station will have a robot to facilitate the registration and directions.
China’s impressive high-speed rail network spans nearly 35,406 km and includes the world’s fastest commercial train currently. Shanghai Maglev can reach speeds of 431 km / h, faster than the newly revealed but not half as smart.