2014-02-19 12:15:32 - The convergence of technology and infrastructure has the ability to transform our communities and economy, reduce emissions as well provide an opportunity for business leaders to optimise asset performance and reduce cost.
Key transport industry leaders announced today for high level London conference on Asset information and Data Management for the Smart Rail transportation sector
Asset Information and data management will allow more precise decisions to be made to balance cost, risk and performance, supporting operational effectiveness and efficiency. ¨
To realise the benefits of next generation intelligence, a unified vision and strategy is required to ensure we are understanding how to best leverage the information we are receiving, and how we are managing the vast amount of data associated with new systems
On June 26th and 27th, key leaders from the European rail transport sector meet to share insight into how they are developing and implementing asset information strategies, managing data across multiple
disparate systems and leveraging new technologies to optimise performance.
London Underground, Engineering Assurance and Efficiency Manager, joined by Kuldeep Gharatya, The Head of Railway Systems discuss “The changing landscape created by increasing asset data and information volumes while members of Crossrail will be presenting insight into how they are “ Enabling Quality Asset Information to support the Crossrail Smart Railway
Further insight is provided by key influencers Costain, the international engineering and construction group, on barriers to Intelligence, systems and knowledge, and how the industry can move from asset management to asset intelligence.
London Overground have recently joined the meeting and will discussing the “The use of remote condition monitoring to aid predictive maintenance alongside participants from SNCF, Prorail, Infrable and more.
Lloyds Register, leaders in business assurance, will be sharing key intelligence on predictive models for maintenance optimisation and smart data collection.
¨Presenters announced ¨
Kuldeep Gharatya, The Head of Railway Systems for London Underground
Simon Wray, Director Specialist Project Integration
Ross Agnew, Director of Technology Solutions, Costain
John Downes, Engineering Assurance and Efficiency Manager, London Underground
Marc Antoni, Asset Management and Head of Technological Innovation, SNCF
Jan Swier, Strategic advisor and project leader, ProRail
Professor Clive Roberts, University of Birmingham, Director of Rail research
Ross Dentten, Asset Information and Configuration Manager, Crossrail
Stéphanie Hammer, Program Manager, Infrabel
Jon Kerbey, Head of Systems and Asset Information, HS2
Mark Eaden, Asset Information Manager at HS2
Ilse Vermeij, Product Manager, Measurement Services
Peter Kiernan, Head of Infrastructure Management, London Overground at Transport for London
¨To learn more about this forthcoming meeting please contact James Nesbitt at Sagacity Media Ltd +44 (0)20 7096 1754 or firstname.lastname@example.org