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German firm TV Rheinland eyes oppo

Bangalore, 24 November , 2014: TV Rheinland India, subsidiary of the Germany based TV Rheinland Group, a worldwide leader in T esting , T raining , Inspection, Consulting and Certification, has announced that it sees a major opportunity in the new R ail P rojects in India, especially in addressing safety assurance issues. The Mobility division of TV Rheinland, specialising in intelligent transport systems, independent safety assessments, testing , inspection and certification, will look towards safety assurance of modern rail projects with respect to products, systems, processes and people. nd Speaking at the '2 Annual South Asia T ransport and Infrastructure 2014', a two day strategic conference focused on rail development in the region, recently held at Delhi, Mr . Bob L upton, Vice -P resident and R egional Director , T ransport and R ail at TUV Rheinland said, T oo often rail systems are delayed from going into service because safety is not considered proven or safety arguments are not considered complete. With our global experience, TV Rheinland is today all geared up to address safety assurance issues with respect to modern rail projects in India, using a new tool called Goal Structured Notation (GSN). GSN is a structured graphical tool for defining safety arguments and the relationship between safety arguments to provide a multi-attribute model to support and justify the case for safety . GSN supports addressing the pit falls of safe railway development and operational

 
     
 
   
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