Delivering and modernising a transit network
passengers a day
years of experience of working
with the city's raily authority
Opened in 1987, the Mass Rapid Transit network soon established itself as the No. 1 public transport system for the city state. Today, it carries more than 3 million passengers a day. ENGIE has helped since the inception with the development and growth of the network, support the modernising and harmonising of the train systems over the different requirements and advancements in the systems.
A RELIABLE PARTNER FOR THE AUTHORITIES
ENGIE created its Services division in Singapore in 1984, during construction of the first section of the metro line. More than 30 years later, this division is still accredited with the local authorities and has the capability and on the field in depth experience to serve and support the many demand of renewal and implementation of new and older systems. ENGIE is one of the few companies in Singapore to be approved by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and its operator SMRT for installing, maintaining, testing and deploying transport projects.
UPDATING THE EXISTING EQUIPMENT
Having installed the original signalling systems for the MRT lines, including the fully automated line from downtown to Changi airport, ENGIE has been updating the equipment with the latest technology from Mitsubishi. Among the projects involving ENGIE were the synchronisation of the signalling system with the automatic closing of train doors, and a series of extensions to existing MRT lines.
AT THE HEART OF THE TRANSPORT NETWORK
With its extensive local experience and credentials, ENGIE is a key player in Singapore’s transport system. ENGIE’s experts deploy, install and
maintain a series of advanced systems, and are also responsible for checking the suitability of equipment being installed in the network. They ensure that standards are met and that new equipment is both compatible with the existing installation and can be fully integrated in the future.
This is a key requirement, given the continued growth of the network.
And tomorrow ?
Singapore, which is recognised as a leader in the move toward Smart Cities, is also home to one of ENGIE’s 11th international research centres, the ENGIE Lab Singapore. The company’s first such centre in South East Asia, it can support a range of innovative projects for the city state
in areas such as mobility, energy and the Internet of Things.
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