Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL), the nodal company liable for the implementation of the MML-3 undertaking in India has awarded a contract to construct the Common Asset Management System (CAMS) for Mumbai Metro Line-3 to Bahwan CyberTek (BCT) Group. Bahwan CyberTek will present the end-to-end design, implementation and assist for CAMS, leveraging its experience in delivering enterprise-class EAM options.

Bahwan CyberTek will construct an built-in CAMS to optimize processes, carry out lifecycle value monitoring and enhance the associated fee effectivity of MMRCL. The CAMS undertaking is scheduled to be accomplished in 18 months, and BCT will deploy a devoted crew of know-how consultants, enterprise resolution architects, and integration and high quality assurance consultants for the overall undertaking interval of 4 years. 

The CAMS resolution will assist MMRCL handle several types of belongings corresponding to rolling inventory, tracks, energy provide programs, traction programs, signaling and management programs, platform display screen doorways, telecommunication programs, vegetation and gear, automated fare assortment programs, escalators, and lifts, tunnel air flow programs, safety programs, infrastructure, and associated programs and electro-mechanical programs like fireplace alarms, home water, lightning, and so forth. by way of a single-window enterprise software. 

The MML-3 is the important thing undertaking instated to enhance the transportation state of affairs in Mumbai, a 33.5-kilometer-long hall operating alongside Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ, which goals to decongest the visitors state of affairs in Greater Mumbai. Apart from higher connectivity, it can assist cut back journey time, air & noise air pollution and supply higher security & safety for residents. Estimated to be accomplished in June 2022, the undertaking can have 27 stations and can join six enterprise districts, 30 instructional institutes, 30 leisure services, and home in addition to worldwide airport terminals. 

Commenting on the partnership, V.M. Muralidharan, Chief Operating Officer, Bahwan CyberTek mentioned, “We’re happy to partner with MMRCL on the prestigious CAMS project. MML-3, which is expected to commute over 16 lakh people daily, is a massive project in terms of scale and application. Having executed large-scale EAM projects across the world, we understand the scale and volume of assets involved here. Our AI/ML-driven integrated asset management solutions are proven for keeping critical assets operating at maximum efficiency. We look forward to driving the same results here.” 




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