History made as first South East Asia conference begins

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PT Len Gandeng Thales Kembangkan Sistem Sinyal Kereta Api Indonesia

first_imgTak hanya itu, dengan ini pun ternyata emisi karbon di langit ibukota ikut berkurang meski belum terlalu baik. Berbenahnya Jakarta juga terlihat dengan kemajuan layanan kereta listrik (KRL) CommuterLine dan kehadiran Light Rail Transit (LRT) serta proyek Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) yang dalam tahap finalisasi. Nah, ketiga moda transportasi tersebut didukung dengan sistem persinyalan dalam pengoperasiannya.Dan sebagai bentuk dukungan, BUMN PT Len Indonesia belum lama ini telah melakukan kerja sama dan menandatangani nota kesepahaman (MoU) dengan Thales untuk proyek pengembangan sistem sinyal (signalling) yang mutakhir bagi proyek-proyek kereta api di Indonesia. MoU tersebut merupakan perluasan kerja sama yang telah terjalin selama bertahun-tahun antara Thales dan PT Len, khususnya di sektor industri pertahanan.Baca juga: Stasiun Gumilir Punya Sistem Sinyal Computer Based Interlocking Buatan Anak BangsaSelain pengembangan, pengiriman dan pemasangan sistem sinyal terpadu untuk pengelola MRT dan LRT lokal yang potensial, pendekatan pengembangan bersama ini akan mendukung Thales agar bisa terus meningkatkan keahlian para SDM Indonesia setempat melalui transfer teknologi dan membantu PT Len supaya bisa mewujudkan ambisinya untuk menghadirkan berbagai sistem berteknologi tinggi yang dikembangkan sendiri kepada dunia, serta menjadi pemain regional di sektor transportasi.“Setelah bekerja sama dengan PT Len selama beberapa tahun dan menyadari kebutuhan Indonesia akan jaringan transportasi yang lebih baik, maka kami bertekad menjalin kemitraan dengan Indonesia sejalan dengan upaya mereka membangun infrastruktur transportasi masa depan,” tutur Erik-Jan Raatgerink, Country Director, Thales di Indonesia yang dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari keterangan tertulisnya, Selasa (25/9/2018).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedBox Girder MRT Jakarta Terakhir Sambungkan Jalur Lebak Bulus-Bundaran HI01/11/2017In “Darat”Tarif LRT Jakarta Flat Rp5 Ribu, Lalu Kapan Beroperasinya?05/04/2019In “Darat”Emergency Walkway, Jalur Evakuasi Saat LRT Mogok14/08/2018In “Darat” Sistem sinyal (Semboyan35) Jakarta memiliki pertumbuhan penduduk cukup pesat dan kini tengah menghadapi urbanisasi dimana per tahunnya tumbuh sebesar 3,7 persen. Dalam menghadapi pertumbuhan tersebut lalu lintas juga akan semakin padat dan Jakarta mulai berbenah dengan menyiapkan transportasi massal.Baca juga: Lanjutkan Uji Coba Persinyalan, Ini Kali Pertama Kereta MRT Jakarta Masuki TerowonganMerespon kian padatnya lalu lintas di jakarta, baru-baru ini Pemprov Jakarta dianggap berhasil mengendalikan lalu lintas yang biasanya padat menjadi sedikit lenggang saat Asian Games 2018 berlangsung belum lama ini. Dimana memberdayakan pengelolaan ganjil genap yang biasanya hanya di sekitaran Jalan Sudirman-Thamrin, menjadi di beberapa titik jalan utama lainnya.last_img read more

SEC Caucus: Who will be the X-Factor in Ole Miss vs. Auburn?

first_imgOct 11, 2014; College Station, TX, USA; Mississippi Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace (14) calls a play during the second quarter against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY SportsMississippi Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace (14) calls a play during the second quarter against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field. (Troy Taormina/USA TODAY Sports)Once a week, USA TODAY Sports asks its network of college football experts to analyze the biggest topics in the country’s most debated conference, the SEC.EXPERT PICKS: Week 10 expert picksThis week the panel discusses the league’s most pivotal matchup.Matt Osborne, Southern Pigskin: Though Sammie Coates gets the majority of the headlines nationally, there is no denying the fact that Auburn’s best receiver has been D’haquille “Duke” Williams. Going up against an Ole Miss defense which has proved to be one of the top units in the country, the Tigers will need to be able to throw the ball effectively in order to pick up the road win. Williams has shown a propensity for making highlight grabs in his first season at Auburn, so look for Nick Marshall to target him with a couple of downfield throws to keep the Rebels defense honest early in the contest. If Williams is able to cash in on a couple of those throws down the field, Auburn will be in tremendous position to pick up an absolutely critical SEC West victory. If he fails to do so, Ole Miss will then have the luxury of loading the box in an attempt to slow down Gus Malzahn’s vaunted ground attack.Ty Duffy, Big Lead Sports: The X-Factor in the Ole Miss vs. Auburn game is Rebels QB Bo Wallace. “Good Bo” is efficient, has a knack for making big throws and has been excellent in second halves. “Bad Bo,” who has made an appearance the past couple of weeks, completes fewer than 50% of passes and is prone to crippling errors. Ole Miss has a championship-caliber defense. That keeps a team in games. To win, the Rebels will need stable, productive and mistake-free quarterback play.Sean Berger, The Sports Quotient: Auburn vs. Ole Miss has playoff implications written all over it.  If there’s one player who’s going to be the X-Factor, it has to be Nick Marshall.  Coming off a game in which he amassed 228 total yards, Marshall looks to be hitting his stride.  Ole Miss brings in the nation’s toughest defense, and as Mississippi State showed, Marshall can make mistakes when under pressure.  If Auburn is going to win, Marshall has to be efficient both passing and running.  Most important, Marshall has to protect the football.  Auburn will win if Marshall does all these things.Richard Brisse, Sports Glory: The X-Factor has to be Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace. The Rebels are coming off a 10-7 loss to LSU where Wallace completed just 14 of 33 passes for 176 yards with one touchdown and a game-ending interception. The senior signal caller hasn’t thrown for more than 200 yards in the last three weeks and has just four passing touchdowns in that span. The Rebels and Wallace will have to be more aggressive on offense to hang with an Auburn team that is averaging 497 yards and nearly 40 points a game.last_img read more