Intelligent Tracks Stream

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

 

Dirk Rompf

Prof. Dr. Dirk Rompf Managing Director Network Planning and Major Projects, DB Netze 

 

 

Carel Jonckeere

Carel Jonckheere , Digital Railway Project Director, Infrabel 

 

Ezim Rozenberg

Efim Rozenberg , First Deputy Director, NIIAS Russian Railways            

 

Pier Eringa

Pier Eringa , CEO, ProRail

 

 

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Track, Wednesday 18 April 2018

INTELLIGENT TRACKS

Pier Eringa
Track
12:10

Innovative and Competitive Rail

  • How ProRail have leveraged technology to improve infrastructure in Holland
  • The importance of innovation in today’s competitive rail industry.
  • Lessons learnt: looking forward to a digital future
Track
12:30

Using intelligent design to create track for tomorrow’s rail industry

  •     Why tailoring track infrastructure is essential to today’s operators
  •     Case Study
  •     Lessons learnt and how to apply them to ever-increasing demands 
Dirk Rompf
Track
12:50

Digital Construction in Rail Infrastructure - the DB Appraoch

  • Acceleration of Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects
  • Digitalization in Planning and Construction
  • Collaborative Project Completion​
13:10

Networking Lunch

Søren Boysen
Track
14:30

Danish digital railways: infrastructure maintenance as a critical component

  • How Banedanmark are maintaining thousands of kilometres of track with digital technology
  • Feeding new innovative data inputs to create high-precision maintenance schedules
  • Looking at track maintenance within the context of a country's entire transport infrastructure
Track
14:45

Hear our experience of implementing pantograph monitoring on Italy’s high-speed line

  • Sharing the technology behind the Panograph monitoring system operation
  • Hear why pantograph monitoring is an important innovation and how it creates impact on day to day rail operations
  • Outlining the performance and results of the project: what were the key benefits to the Italian high
Carel Jonckheere
Track
15:00

Belgium’s embrace of IoT – laying the track of the future

  • How Infrabel is digitising the infrastructure maintenance activities to transition to Smart Assets
  • How a connected ‘Intranet of things’ combined with measuring trains are impacting the current way of working
  • Learn about the journey to create the real added value of the SAP EAM backbone

TRACK ASSET MANAGEMENT

Efim Rozenberg
Track
15:20

Building Russian Railways’ digital strategy: modernising a mega-network

  • How Russian Railways have used technological innovation to implement predictive maintenance across a 75,000 km network.
  • Building the IT architecture needed to facilitate the digital transformation of Russian Railway’s (ISUZHT)
  • Lessons learnt and the future of Russian Railway’s infrastructure
Track
15:40

Innovative data collection and its effect on maintenance schedules

  • How rapid data input has changed the face of maintenance
  • Why predictive maintenance is a worthwhile investment
  • Equipping a team to welcome PM with open arms.
Rolf Härdi
Track
16:00

The future of the Digital Railway in Germany and beyond

  • How to ensure a coherent approach to digital projects at DB
  • Ensuring the culture of innovation and technology matches the attitude of employers
  • Creating a joint diagnostics program to facilitate intelligent infrastructure management
  • The importance of an open data platform for Europe’s rail industry
last published: 19/Jan/18 13:55

Track, Thursday 19 April 2018

INTELLIGENT TRACKS

Tim Flower
Track
11:00

Network Rail’s condition-based maintenance program

  • Aligning stakeholders to make CBM possible
  • Leveraging analytics to increase efficiency within CBM
  • How Network Rail is integrating its maintenance systems
Jean Robert Laarhoven
Track
11:20

Unlocking potential marginal gain in track maintenance

  • Working with operators to ensure new innovative systems aren’t limited by current technologies
  • How to introduce new technology without introducing risk
  • Understanding emerging risks to the railway, such as climate change
Sharief Bartthis
Track
11:40

How have Transnet used robots to drastically reduce derailment rates and increase maintenance frequency?

  • Derailments: the story of SID and Transnet
  • How Transnet’s Digital Think Tank capitalises on tech innovation to increase value
  • Going forward: How automated maintenance can change the rail landscape

INTELLIGENT TRACKS

Chee Keong Tan
Track
14:20

The convergent railway: marrying track and rolling stock for a comprehensive maintenance system

 
  • How SMRT are using fibre optic technology to deliver highly precise maintenance information
  • The Wifi structure making this system possible
  • Building toward a fully automated maintenance system
Chee Keong Tan, Deputy Director, S.M.R.T. Corp
Track
14:35

Big data analysis: the key to the convergent railway

  • How to use key algorithms to filter huge streams of data
  • Building trends and patterns to pinpoint key points in a track system
  • Building a culture of interacting with data outputs
Track
14:50

How to crunch the numbers without crushing the people behind them

  • Building systems that integrate and adapt to the workforce
  • Building data that produces tangible information on track status
  • Acting on track status information to implement change in a network
Kaspars Rokens
Track
15:05

Technology as a key to maintaining a world-class network.

  • Preparing the Baltics high-speed network for the future of European transport
  • Leveraging technological excellence to deliver outstanding reliability
  • How the Baltics will advance with train technology in the coming years.
last published: 19/Jan/18 13:55