A portable device called ‘Fog Pass’ has been designed and introduced for trains by the Northeast Frontier (NFR) to help drivers’ visibility during the foggy winter months, said an NFR spokesperson on Saturday.
The device is a low-cost, Global Positioning System (GPS) based equipment that will be used when visibility reduces and running trains at permissible speed becomes risky, said NFR chief spokesman Pranav Jyoti Sharma.
“The device is an audio-visual navigation assistant in essence and displays the name and distance of approaching signals and other critical landmarks on track like Level Crossing Gates,” Sharma said. Read more
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