On 2020, the Beijing Public Transport one-button alarm was fully covered, and GPS and on-board monitoring were all installed
by：Eagle Mobile Video2020-01-01
The reporter learned from the Beijing Public Transport Group that up to now, all the operating vehicles of the Beijing Public Transport Group have achieved full coverage of the GPS system and the on-board monitoring system, and more than 10,000 buses have installed a one-button alarm system, it is estimated that by 2020, the city's public transport vehicles will achieve full coverage of the one-button alarm system.
In order to strengthen the safe driving environment for bus drivers, since 2010, the compartment isolation door has become the factory standard for Beijing Public Transport Group to purchase new cars, the warning sign 'do not chat with the driver' was posted at the obvious position of the carriage to ensure the driver's driving safety through physical isolation.
At present, vehicles with compartment isolation doors account for more than 70% of the total number of vehicles in operation.
Once there is a sudden danger such as passengers grabbing the steering wheel, the bus cab with isolation function will become a 'protective layer' at this time, which can reduce and avoid the interference of passengers to drivers and ensure the safety of the whole bus.
In order to strengthen the emergency control of emergencies in the process of line operation, Beijing Public Transport Group developed a bus one-button alarm system at the end of 2015.
When there is an emergency on the way of the bus, after the driver starts a key alarm button, the location of the incident, vehicle details and personnel information will be immediately displayed on the large screen of the emergency command center, the vehicle video monitoring system will also be started simultaneously, and the command center staff can coordinate with each department to visually handle it at the first time.
Up to now, all the operating vehicles of Beijing Public Transport Group have achieved full coverage of GPS system and on-board monitoring system, and have completed the installation of more than 10,000 buses with one-key alarm systems.
It is estimated that by 2020, the city's public transport vehicles will achieve full coverage of the one-button alarm system, and this system will be included in the standard configuration of newly purchased public transport vehicles.
In addition, the Public Transport Group has also introduced intelligent security systems such as the automatic identification system for bus vehicles entering and leaving, the electronic fence of the bus station and the electronic gate of the bus station, and completed the closed renovation of all 34 semi-closed stations, strive to build a comprehensive ground bus safety network for passengers.