September 6th, 2016 by Mahdieh Mehrabi
With billions of pounds of investment and an extensive programme to enhance and modernise the UK railway network comes the need for more sophisticated monitoring and maintenance techniques.
RCM aims to provide attendees with the opportunity to find out about the latest research and innovations in condition monitoring technologies, whilst exchanging knowledge on how the latest condition monitoring techniques can help effectively manage railway infrastructure.
Actionable monitoring of rail subsystems, asset management, emerging technologies, standardisation and whole system approaches represent just some of the key topics included at the popular two day conference.
Evaluation of Dymola for its suitability for simulating railway systems – Wednesday 28th September at 15:15
Authurs: S Nath, WSP PB, UK, S B Tennakoon, Staffordshire University, UK, M Dempsey, Claytex Services Limited, UK
You can view the full conference programme (subject to change) here: RCM 2016 Programme
For more information and to register your attendance, please visit: Railway Condition Monitoring 2016 Conference
If you have any questions or would like to book a meeting with us during the event, please do not hesitate to contact us.