A data-driven approach to reliability-centred maintenance
27 May 2021
It is widely accepted that digitalisation is the key to improving network capacity, reliability and cost-efficiency. And yet, adapting processes is perhaps the most challenging hurdle for infrastructure managers who find themselves under the pressure of increasing demand for the railway, ageing assets, and a shrinking workforce. In this webinar, the speakers explored a practical example of how some of Europe’s leading infrastructure managers are utilising data and machine learning in order to adapt reliability-centred maintenance.
Watch this webinar you will:
- Learn from infrastructure managers who are adapting their processes and embracing reliability-centred maintenance
- Understand how machine learning helps derive a meaningful switch wear factor and why combining it with early warnings of critical conditions is key to reliability-centred maintenance
- Hear the findings and main takeaways from KONUX research on 100+ tamping actions and learn how this data can help improve maintenance quality and sustainability.
Register to watch this webinar on-demand
David Kronmüller, Senior Product Manager, KONUX
David is responsible for shaping and managing the continuously evolving KONUX Predictive Maintenance System for Rail Switches. David has been crafting visionary digital strategies, products and user experiences for over 10 years. Prior to KONUX, David worked in intelligent automotive mobility, digital testing/inspection/certification and digital factory automation.
Tim Flower, Chief Intelligent Infrastructure Engineer, Network Rail
Tim joined the rail industry in 2001, working on several asset and maintenance data roles before moving on to managing on-track machine planning and maintenance performance. In 2009 Tim moved into Network Operations Programmes, delivering the Maintenance Effectiveness Programme, including Plain Line Pattern Recognition, and leading on resolution national maintenance issues. Tim was appointed as Head of Maintenance in July 2016, and in July 2017 took on the lead engineering role for the Network Rail Intelligent Infrastructure Programme.
FURTHER SPEAKERS TO BE CONFIRMED
Is the webinar free?
Yes – there is no charge to watch the webinar, either live or on-demand.
When will the webinar take place?
The webinar will take place live on 27 May 9:00 (UK Time)/10:00 (CEST/European Time).
I’m busy. Can I watch it later?
The webinar will become available to watch on-demand shortly after the live webinar takes place.
What are the benefits of attending live?
During the live webinar, you’ll be able to pose questions to the speakers, which will then be answered during the live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
How long will the webinar be?
This webinar will last for up to one hour.
Who will be moderating?
Craig Waters, Editor, Global Railway Review
What do I need to watch this webinar?
All you need is a computer with an internet connection. Be sure to use headphones if in an office environment.
Do I receive a certificate?
Yes, you will receive a certificate if you attend the webinar live. The certificate will be sent with your on-demand video link.
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