Head of Track Analytics at Plasser & Theurer
Digital insight into assets through maintenance
Technologies from the digital revolution are evolving rapidly. Performance and reliability of modern sensor systems is constantly increasing, which makes the development of new applications possible.
This advancement enabled Plasser & Theurer to build The Assistant System, a semi autonomous tamping machine.
While working more efficiently and reducing the chances for errors on site, the machine generates data. This data gives us an unprecedented insight into the performance of railway assets.
Krzysztof Wilczek currently is Head of Track Analytics at Plasser & Theurer. From 2013 until 2017 he was Project Lead at SBB CFF FFS. He worked on the implementation of swissTAMP; A tool for track analysis and predictive maintenance planning. He also was head of data laboratory for infrastructure and project staff at Graz University of Technology (Institute of Railway Engineering and Transport Economy).