Navneet Kaushik | Director Of Systems
National Capital Region Transport Corporation

Navneet Kaushik, Director Of Systems, National Capital Region Transport Corporation

Mr Navneet Kaushik is working as Director Systems in National Capital Region Transport Corporation, New Delhi India. He has been in Railway Industry for more than 31 years dealing particularly with Signalling, Telecommunication, Platform Screen Doors and AFC. He is a graduate in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
He worked for Signalling and Telecommunication department of Indian Railways for 17 years. There after he has worked in metro systems for more than 14 years. During this period, he had opportunity to commission first CBTC project in the country. He has handled Train Control (CBTC) on multiple projects. Apart from this, he has handled Communications, Platform Screen Doors and AFC systems on metros. He has also completed the testing of first UTO project of the country. 
Currently, he is working on first RRTS project of India as Director systems looking after Signalling, Telecommunications, AFC, PSD, IT and Operational requirement.   There will be 8 corridors, out of these, three corridors are to be executed in coming years. It’s an ambitious project where in ETCS Level 2 with ATO over LTE is planned. These first three corridors are interconnected and hence the Signalling technology must be interoperable.    
While working in Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, he had opportunity to work with most of the Signalling vendors. He has played important role of finalizing the specifications, tenders, designs and execution of Signalling & Train Control, Communication and Platform Screen Doors on almost all lines of Delhi Metro which are in operation today. Apart from New Delhi, he had similar role in Kochi Metro, another city of Southern India and Hyderabad Metro. 


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last published: 05/Mar/20 15:15 GMT

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