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The function and meaning of the high-speed rail cabin

The main functions of the high-speed rail compartment:

Possessed functions: The shape of the high-speed rail cabin simulates the part above the floor of the EMU EC01 head car, and integrates the cockpit, first-class passenger area, door area, second-class passenger area, dining area, multi-functional crew room, voice broadcast room and other parts.

The following training functions can be realized:

1. Familiar with the various layouts and structures inside the train;

2. Familiar with train doors, cab doors, and fire partition doors;

3. Familiar with the first and second passenger areas of the EMU;

4. Familiar with train luggage racks and large luggage storage racks;

5. Familiar with the bullet train service bar area;

6. Familiar with the trainer's instructor's office;

7. Familiar with the train passenger information system (in the train);

8. Familiar with the transmission of teaching videos from the broadcast room by EMUs;

9. Familiar with the control of motor vehicle lighting system;

10. Familiar with the EMU broadcasting system;

11. Familiar with the EMU emergency system (emergency lighting, emergency escape windows and window hammers, fire extinguishers);

12. Familiar with the use of the motor car toilet;

The meaning of high-speed rail cabin:

The high-speed rail cabin meets the teaching needs of most professional core courses and practical training courses of the high-speed rail crew major. The courses offered in the training room include: ground service in the waiting room, railway safety and emergency handling, railway service etiquette, security inspection business training, and rail transit awareness training , High-speed rail car model simulation bar training, train crew training, VIP waiting room service, ticket sales training, railway customer service representative training, etc. High-speed rail cabin teaching: carry out experimental training courses for all professional rail transit directions; support vocational skills competitions; carry out social training and social services.