Automated Parking System. Selected Projects

Automated Parking System at Pivdenny Railway Station, Kharkiv, Ukraine

LOT Group successfully installed Automated parking system in Pivdenny railway station in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

This parking system serves about 200 parking places. Reliable software and hardware proved its reliability both in terms of cold winters and hot summers.

System includes:

  • entry rack;
  • fare unit combined with exit rack;
  • 2 barriers;
  • system server;
  • auxiliary equipment.
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Passenger Information System. Selected Projects
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Kharkiv Metro, Ukraine

As a part of Passenger Information System LOT Group’s also implemented unified precision timing system in the Kharkiv Metro.

The system has been integrated into the existing software environment and synchronized with all the metro systems. The system serves displays at the stations and provides unified precise time for a dispatching subsystem.

LOT Group designed, manufactured and installed the following equipment at 29 stations of the Kharkiv Metro:

  • 58 usual clocks (showing time);
  • 58 interval clocks (showing time passed after previous train departure);
  • 87 clocks for dispatcher needs;
  • a central clock server with GPS devices (satellite time correction);
  • 34 switching units;
  • an optical communication network.

Baku Metro, Azerbaijan

Among a wide range of different automated system implemented by LOT Group in Baku Metro there was a unified precision timing system.

This system ensures the accuracy of all information and security systems of the metro as well as coordinates the work of displays at the stations and provides unified precise time for a traffic control subsystem.

LOT Group designed, manufactured and installed the following equipment at 23 stations of the Baku Metro:

  • 46 usual clocks (showing time);
  • 46 interval clocks (showing time passed after previous train departure);
  • 70 clocks for dispatcher needs;
  • a central clock server with GPS devices (satellite time correction);
  • 26 switching units;
  • an optical communication network.

In addition, the system allows controlling electro-mechanical clock using second and minute’s pulses.

Multi Services Network. Selected Projects
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Baku Metro, Azerbaijan

LOT Group had implemented Structured Cabling System WLAN and LAN system to serve the information traffic of the Baku Metro.

The system has been integrated into the existing software environment and synchronized with all the metro systems.

The equipment installed for 23 stations of the Baku Metro:

  • installation and launching of the central node;
  • installation and launching of 194 units of remote removal;
  • 17 sets of wall cabinets for server hardware;
  • 32 000 m cable network.

Kharkiv Metro, Ukraine

LOT Group implemented Structured Cabling System WLAN and LAN system to serve the information traffic of the Kharkiv Metro.

The system has been integrated into the existing software environment and synchronized with all the metro systems.

The equipment installed for 29 stations of the Kharkiv Metro:

  • 8 000 m cable network for power supply and 8 100 m of FTP cable network;
  • 45 sets of wall cabinets for server hardware (15U 745h600h600);
  • 46 sets of WS-C2960-24TC-L Cisco Catalyst 2960 24 10/100 + 2T/SFP LAN Base Image;
  • 5 sets of for WS-C2960S-24TS-L Catalyst 2960S 24 GigE 4 x SFP LAN Base.

Yerevan Metro, Armenia

LOT Group implemented Structured Cabling System WLAN and LAN system to provide information traffic in Yerevan Metro. The system was integrated into the existing software environment and synchronized with all metro systems.

Optic backbone was built on 1 Gbit/s technology. A single fiber connection was used. Loop was organized using STP technology (Spanning Tree Protocol).

10 stations of the Yerevan Metro were equipped with:

  • central server node;
  • 31 units of the remote removal equipment;
  • 11 sets of wall cabinets for server hardware;
  • 31 000 m of cable network.