Infotainment

Infotainment system displays data and pre-recorded advertising media to the passengers in the vehicle, as well as displaying video or warning messages sent from the OCC to the train.
This system acts as the visual interface between the train and the passengers. It displays different information and advertisements .
The system stores the information, video, images and special message contents to be shown on the video monitors. The system allow to integrate the route information (coach number, destination, origin, stops, etc) and general information (temperature, date, time, speed, etc).
Using different sizes of monitors which have been carefully designed to seamlessly integrate into the design of the train, provide a pleasant and good-looking vehicle interior image.

  • Capability to store, generate and broadcast the video content in the Passenger Video Screens
  • Formats: MPEG2, H.264, PAL
  • The video is sent to the Passenger Video Screens in digital format through the System Ethernet network with a TCP/IP protocol
  • Capable to display graphics and texts overlaid to the video contents (advertising, news). The System will permit different levels of transparency.
  • The System allows to display the following information: Advertising information, Entertaining information, General information (sports, weather, etc), News, Special messages, Train Route information, Geographical/Location information, etc.
  • Video content is broadcasted automatically or commanded from the Cab Terminal
  • The Video information contents can be broadcasted, automatically, related to: Train number, Destination, Next stop, Connections, Date/hour, Location of the train and Other events
  • The System will display the following information: Time, Outside temperature (TCMS), Train speed (TCMS), Car number (information defined by the customer)
  • Display of pre-recorded visual images received through the Ethernet link
  • Broadcast of an external video stream received through the Ethernet link
  • The Multimedia Server will be able to broadcast up to 4 video streams over the Ethernet Network (limited to bandwidth)
  • The System can manage several Passenger Video Screen groups, for each group, it will be possible to broadcast a different video content at the same time
  • The Video Screens display fixed images and text overlaid onto the videos, text messages received from the PIS/Station Announcer , the route covered by the train and the journey progress on a Line Graphic Map , and visualization of the information and advertisement received from the Wayside (OCC or Media Server Center) through the onboard Wireless Communication System.

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