Is Predictive Maintenance the Holy Grail for rail performance?

Over 50 railway operators and asset managers from across the region attended a Predictive Maintenance and Modelling of Rail Assets seminar on 23 May 2018 at the Novotel Clarke Quay in Singapore, to learn more about how to enhance the capacity and reliability of their rail assets.

Trackside and train bourne asset condition monitoring systems and techniques from Germany, Australia, Singapore, the Philippines and the UK were presented throughout the day and concluded with a holistic vision for future systems integration and a panel discussion.

CPC Systems (London) have been working in partnership with SMRT (Singapore) over the last year and provided joint insight into the optimization of railway performance and operation using available train borne data from a modern CBTC system without the need to equip the trains with additional censors.

Presenters: Phil Dubery (CPC Systems) and Leow Wee Lee (SMRT)

Phil Dubery, Director, CPC Systems said “We are delighted to have co-sponsored this event and are committed to continuing to develop real world applications where available data can be better utilised in conjunction with infrastructure monitoring systems to further improve railway performance”

Predictive Maintenance: Panel Discussion

The event was organized by Voestalpine Signaling and co-sponsored by leading suppliers in the field including CPC Systems, DB Engineering & Consulting, KLD Labs and PantoInspect.

For further information about how CPC Systems are transforming rail performance, please contact Phil Dubery.

Date: 24/05/2018
Category: News