The rapid pace of urbanisation puts added pressure on already strained infrastructure – peak-time commuting in major cities are seeing more overcrowding, safety and security concerns. Commonly known as KRL, the commuter rail system for the Jakarta Metropolitan Area in Indonesia covers a rail network of 418 kilometers with 76 stations and supports over a million of daily commuters. Through a connected railway, KCI ensures reliable communications, efficient operations, improved safety and security, but the blind spots in many of its rail stations have been a constant hindrance for their trunked radio service. By implementing the Virtual Trunk solution in their Security and Service Operations, they could resolve these blind spots and extend a wider coverage via the telecommunication base stations, thus making it easier for the Control Center to monitor security personnel and look out for safety incidents.
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While drivers might think a mobile communication system would take away their freedom, a data-enabled solution like Virtual Trunk does the opposite. By empowering branches
Operating six hangers and 22 workshops in the Singapore Changi Airport, the SIAEC Group provides complete Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services in airframe, component,