Overseas Network Nov. 1, Radio Tipyoma derailed and overturned in October, killing 18 people. Japanese media reported that the Japanese vehicle manufacturer that made the Puyoma said today, The design of the Puyoma train is negligent, so there is no automatic transmission of information.
According to Taiwans Zhongshi Electronic Newspaper, Japanese vehicles said, If the driver shuts down the safety device, relevant information should be automatically transmitted to the control center, but due to design errors, there is no automatic transmission of information. But at the same time, it is emphasized that the function of train safety device is no problem. The report also pointed out that the line connection of Pu you Ma is partly different from the design of Taiwan Railway.
Japanese vehicle manufacturing company responds to media reports
On October 21, Puyoma train No. 6432 of Taiwan Railway derailed at Suao Xinma Station in Yilan County, causing 18 deaths and 190 injuries, which is the most serious accident of Taiwan Railway in recent years. For this matter, only suspected that the automatic train protection device (ATP), which controls the speed of the train, was shut down, resulting in the rapid derailment of the curve speed, but the exact cause of the accident remains to be continuously collected by the administrative investigation team.
The incident of Cape Yau Ma Ma has even attracted public attention. Taiwan Railway Director Lu Jieshen said that 25 derailment incidents occurred in two years. Not only did the legislators continue to criticize the incident, but even the Japanese could not afford to look down on it. Japanese netizens believe that Taiwans train tickets are quite cheap, but the lack of crisis awareness in management and political involvement in everything will lead to the collapse of railway operations, and unfortunate events will continue to occur.
According to Taiwanese media, the Puyoma began operation in February 2013 with a maximum speed of 150 kilometers per hour and eight carriages per train. There are 19 trains running mainly on the eastern main line of Taiwan, featuring inclined trains, which can shorten the running time without decelerating when turning.