Intelligent Rail Summit
Asset Management, WTMS & Monitoring in Rail Infrastructure
The rail sector will have an important task to contribute to the sustainability objectives of the green deal. Steps should be taken in maintenance and infrastructure management. On 21-23 September 2021 the Intelligent Rail Summit 2021 focused on asset management, WTMS & monitoring rail infrastructure takes place in Bilbao, Spain.
The Intelligent Rail Summit will address lowering environmental impact of railway works. Other topics addressed are using data for railway infrastructure management and maintenance and enhancing the capacity of the railway operation
Topics addresses at the conference:
- Why data is important for Railway Infrastructure Management?
- How to measure Railway Infrastructure Assets?
- What is the information we need out of this data?
- How to analyse data in order to turn it into crucial information?
- How to use this information for Life Cycle Assessment in order to mitigate environmental impacts related to production, construction, maintenance and disposal of Railway Infrastructure?
- How to establish a proper Railway Asset and Life Cycle Management?
Time to meet each other physical!
The Intelligent Rail Summit will take place in hybrid form; which means that both physical as well as digital tickets will be sold. We believe it will be safe to meet each other again physically, seeing the current vaccination process. We will respect the measures in order to organise a safe event for everybody involved.
Get back in touch with the industry and meet your relations again!
Digital Magazine “Intelligent Rail”
Our editorial team has published a special RailTech Magazine themed “Intelligent Rail”. With many interesting interviews, it dives into intelligent rail infrastructure, data platforms, and condition monitoring.
The magazine includes an interview with Tim Flower, Chief Engineer at Network Rail’s Intelligent Infrastructure Programme about their latest developments, and with professor of Condition Monitoring Diego Galar about predicting the unpredictable and what we have learned about Condition Monitoring in the past 5 years.
Erik Pinter, track analysis expert at ÖBB, talks in an interview about the journey from data to predictive maintenance, and shares insights from the Austrian Railways. Paul Kootwijck and Bas van Wijhe talk about using wayside monitoring tools at Dutch infrastructure manager ProRail and Peter Boom, Director Rail Asset Management and Digitisation at Royal HaskoningDHV, about using Digital Twins for traction energy analyses.
Who will you meet
During the three day conference you will meet over 200 international professionals. The Intelligent Rail Summit will bring together:
- Infrastructure managers
- Asset managers
- Rail contractors
- Rail suppliers
- Governmental bodies
Would you like to broaden your business relations and promote your company amongst our attendees? Partner up and get in touch with a dedicated audience to share your knowledge, experience and show off your services via various possibilities.
Intelligent Rail Summit is made possible by:
Platinum event partner
Bronze event partner
Supporting media partners