Central vacuum systems will be replaced with parasymptomatic systems in the near future, according to a major Chinese company.
The company, the Xinhua News Agency (ANA), said the central vacuum unit (CVS) would be equipped with a parasymbiotic system that would detect the person’s movements and detect any abnormalities, according the Xinjiang Daily News.
The news comes after the state-owned China Railway Engineering Corporation announced a large expansion of its automated systems at stations, airports and train stations in 2016.
The system will allow the train operator to assess whether a passenger has a cardiac condition, the report said.
The CVS will also allow the operator to check the train’s speed and other safety measures.
A train at a railway station in Shanghai, China, on Sept. 10, 2021.
Xinhua/Zheng GuoThe Xinhua report did not give any details about the cost of the upgrades.
China Railway, which owns a number of railway companies, has previously said the upgrade will cost around US$50 billion.