- Automatic control of the Locotrol Distributed Power system “Independent Mode” to enable operation of even longer, heavier trains
- Execution of pacing commands from GEs Movement Planner day-of-operation real-time optimizing planning system
- Interfacing with on-board Automatic Train Protection (ATP) systems, such as the North American Positive Train Control (PTC) system, to extend the amount of time the train can remain in automatic cruise control mode while regulating speed below the ATP braking curve.
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