A first set of object controllers was installed at Annaberg-Buchholz; explained in the following YouTube

The digital signalling system in Annaberg-Buchholz operated by the Erzgebirgsbahn marks the beginning of the nation-wide implementation of a new generation of signalling systems. In this video, Klaus Müller (CTO DB Netz AG) and Lutz Mehlhorn (Head of Erzgebirgsbahn) introduce the biggest infrastructure project in the history of Deutsche Bahn. Through this, DB will achieve rail transportation that is more efficient both economically and environmentally, as well as fulfilling passengers’ demand for capacity and punctuality.

As part of an update of Baseline set 2, published on 27 April 2018, EULYNX has published updated versions of the following documents:
Eu.Doc.36    Requirements specification for subsystem Point v2.2 (1.A)
Eu.Doc.39    Requirements specification for SCI-LX v1.0 (0.A)
Eu.Doc.40    Interface specification SCI-LX v1.0 (0.A)
Eu.Doc.91    Interface specification SDI-LX v1.0 (0.A)
Eu.Doc.47    Requirements specification for SCI-RBC v2.1 (1.A)
Eu.Doc.48    Interface specification SCI-RBC v2.1 (1.A)
The documents can be found at the usual location, Published Documents, replacing the superceded documents. A complete set of the updated documents is also available for download, as a zip file.
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The EULYNX project organisation has released on 15 December its second baseline, Baseline 2, hence reaching the goal it set out to do three years ago. The twelve members of the consortium are aware of the major step this represents in the signalling sector. For the first time ever a set of specifications includes, in a formalised way, the requirements for signalling systems of up to twelve Infrastructure Managers.

Read more: Baseline 2 released

In order to enable future partial replacement of system elements European infrastructure managers feel the need for standardisation of the interfaces between these elements. With the EULYNX approach subsystems can be replaced without the need for a complete renewal of the interlocking.


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