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LG CNS Smart Transportation

Telecommunication | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MRT Line1

Project Scope

This project consists of a telecommunication system for new MRT(Mass Rapid Transit) Line1(Length 51km, 31 stations) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
As part of the Public Transport Initiative by the government of Malaysia, the development of a new railway line in Kuala Lumpur will make possible the development and rapid growth of the public transportation sector in the Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley area.
The availability of these benefits hinges on the reliability, timeliness, safety, and cost-efficiency of the railway line being developed and as such requires that the components making up the whole of the new Klang Vally Mass Rapid Transit project meet their expectations.

Our Solutions

The Telecommunication System to be used in the KVMRT project to serve the communication needs of the new railway line requires a high degree of interfacing between its Subsystems, including the core Backbone Transmission Network System, as well as external systems to be provided by other works contractors. As the conditions under which the Telecommunications System is subject to may be harsh and as the public-facing nature of the project, the resulting Telecommunications System needs to be sufficiently reliable, available and safe. Lastly, the system is critical to the functions of the KVMRT project and therefore requires that the system to be fast, easily maintained, and possessing a long design life.

Key Features

  • Backbone Transmission Network
  • Radio communication(TETRA)
  • Wireless Data Communication System
  • Voice Communication
  • Station Public Address System
  • Passenger Information System
  • Time Distribution System
  • CCTV Surveillance and Security Management System

Our Benefits

  • Improve efficiency in terms of both technical features for users and scalable capacity utilization.
  • Provide convenient, fast and safe travel for citizens of Kuala Lumpur
  • Enhance inter-mode travel opportunities through interfacing telecommunication between subsystems