Track Maintenance & Data Utilisation 2019 (TMS19) edit

BEGINS:2019.06.26
ENDS:2019.06.27
Geographical:etc.venues St Paul 200 Aldersgate St Paul's London EC1A 4HD
Organization:London Business Conference Group
Conference Description

The 5th Track Maintenance And Data Utilisation Summit will come back to London on 26-27 June, following a really engaging 2018 edition.

Directors, heads and managers of track and infrastructure maintenance will again meet for a 2-day summit packed with practical ideas, real life case studies and exchange of viewpoints, to find innovative ways to improve track maintenance practice, service reliability and cost efficiency.

'What we can put in place to help one another ... this conference is happening once a year, but is that enough? '

Hear valuable insights, participate in networking with operators & technology suppliers and share ideas on practical solutions, including;

  • Using Multiple Data Sources To Evaluate Infrastructure Track Work & Ensure Quality Assurance & Integrity
  • Optimising Infrastructure Maintenance Through Predictive Maintenance And New Technologies
  • Developing Longer-Term Strategies For System Maintenance
  • Leveraging Asset Management To Maximise Maintenance Delivery & Reliability
  • How To Intelligently Adopt & Integrate New Technologies
'I would like to hear about things that I don't already know.... solutions that are actually implemented and give concrete result'

Railway operators, track owners and technology providers are encouraged to share ideas and experiences throughout the programme, with ample time dedicated to Q&A with the audience.

Featuring perspectives from some of the European and leading global railway operators, this conference is a must for any railway that is serious about implementing new technology and taking their maintenance strategy to the next level.

Conference Speakers

Hirotaka Yokouchi Track and Structures Department of Shinkansen (High-Speed Rail) Manager of Track Division West Japan Railway Co.

Marco Gallini Head of Diagnostics and Maintenance Machines RFI S.p.A.

Paul Vincent Technical Lead - Track Recording and Analysis TfL Engineering

Hugues Gigleux Data Science Team Manager SNCF Réseau

Joël Casutt Teamleader Technology and Development Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)

Simon Morley Infrastructure Maintenance Engineer HS2 Ltd

Tim Vernaillen Civil Engineer, Infra Inspections Technologie Infrabel (Belgium)

Ian Dean Principal Engineer Track Network Rail

Michael Hayes Tamping Delivery Manager - Asset Operations London Underground

Graham Penfold Route On Track Machine Engineer (Western) Network Rail

Andrew Nwichi-Holdsworth Network Data Manager Network Rail

Bardo Schettini Gherardini Manager of Technical Team European Rail Infrastructure Managers (EIM)

Matthias Höchemer Expert Machine Learning & Vision Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM)

Riccardo Ruggiero Head of Software Development Department ESIM Group

Nick van den Hurk Principal Consultant Rail Transport Fugro Dr.-Ing.Thomas Hempel Project Manager Technology and Infrastructure Siemens Mobility GmbH Stephen Wolski Technical Consultant Plowman Craven Limited Russell Clarke General Manager - Mobile Communications Siemens Rail Automation - Mobile Communications

Krzysztof Wilczek Head of Track Analytics Plasser & Theurer

Bobby Gilbert Director of Global Innovation Sperry Rail

Justin Stroud Managing Director of European Business and Operations Sperry Rail

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