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Lessons Learned from The Real Impact of Digitalization On The Network

Webinar 

Friday 25 November 2022, Virtual Roundtable, Online Event


Lessons Learned from The Real Impact of Digitalization On The Network

Understanding How Technology is Adapting and Evolving in Transportation Allowing owners to Deliver Operational and maintenance scheduling Improvements in a more cost-effective manner

Learning Highlights 

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Different approaches to how infrastructure owners have used asset data to make a difference to how they operate their railway

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Implementing new standards that have delivered efficiencies in diagnosing failure modes and the effect on operations

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Benefits of taking an incremental approach to improvement to deliver gradual benefits to the network, video inspection of switches and crossings

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How will any lessons learned translate and be integrated into future digital projects and what benefit are expected? 

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How can the industry work together to standardize the ultimate layer of optimization for configuration in interfaces, improving the integration of different interfaces in rail?

Speakers (Coming Soon)

Who attends our Rail Infrastructure events

Testimonials

I like the fact that operators from all over the world join Metis events to share their experience"

System Engineer, Engineering Company

Good overview of what's going on in rail maintenance. Principles as well as concrete examples. Seasoned speakers and organisers."

Project Manager, Dutch Operator

It has been a pleasure for me to attend the RIAMS presentations, in particular those on the approaches to turn data into real value."

Middle Management, Spanish Transport Authority

I really enjoyed the practical case studies. And the ability to revisit the presentations on-demand is really handy."

Head of Digital Offerings,  Global Technology Supplier

The content of the presentations and quality of speakers is always excellent."

Program Manager, UK Operator

The engineering presentations are always the most informative."

Senior Manager, Japanese Railway Operator