Système de Contrôle Ponctuel de Vitesse Autonome (KPVA)
KPVA maintenance support software (LIAM IP KPVA)

The KPVA beacons allow the punctual speed control of a train. Based on radar technology, the beacon installed on the […]

Vital Embedded Settings Generator (VESG)
KVB, beacon for speed control system

KVB is a system being developped by Alstom since 1990, which CLEARSY has contributed to. The KVB aims to record […]

Pont d’assaut modulaire (SPRAT)
Modular assault bridge (SPRAT)

The originality of the system comes from the fact the length of the bridge is modulated based on the length […]

Onboard software safety study: automobile parking brake

Since 2007, CLEARSY has performed safety analyses on automatic parking brakes for a major French automobile manufacturer. On high range […]

Contrôle d’ouverture et de fermeture des façades de quai de la ligne 1 du métro Parisien
Opening and closing control of platform screen doors on line 1 of the parisian metro

In the context of the “Paris Subway Line 1 Automation” project, the SIL3 DOF1 safety system, which is independent from […]

Simulateur opérationnel intégré à un simulateur dynamique sur verrin
Operational Simulator in motion based simulator (DB)

CLEARSY has helped Deutsche Bahn to fit their motion simulator TCSim (München) with ERTMS within the frame of braking curve […]

Système de Contrôle Ponctuel de Vitesse Autonome (KPVA)
Overspeed detection system for Santiago Metro

Delivery of 30 autonomous ponctual speed controllers Pending the upcoming installation of a CBTC on its underground rail system, the […]

Commande d’ouverture et la fermeture de façades de quais
platform screen doors control: Coppilot Paris

The crowded nature of certain stations in the Parisian subway and the high number of traveller intrusion on the tracks […]

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The SAET L1 (CBTC) project makes part of the global project of paris metro Line 1 automation, same as line 14.

A particular feature of the project is that it must take place without incurring any downtime and with a mixed operating phase (automatic and manual) on an already existing line.

The SAET L1 is a CBTC (Communication Based Train Control) controlling various automatic pilots and supervision modules. The CBTC is developed in B by Siemens Transportation Systems (identical to line 14).

Our actions

The activities performed focus on the safety aspect of the SIL4 software and are said to be a second look. They comprise: