Are sensors and data processing enabling us to predict the technical performance of bogies? Can we prevent failures and postpone revisions using data from critical components of the bogie and do we need data from the infra? Can we weigh all conditions affecting the performance of a bogie?
During this Stork innovation event we want to think and talk with stakeholders on these issues, learn from each other and inspire each other to take advantage of the opportunities that modern technologies offer us to use a more predictive approach on the performance of bogies and to minimise maintenance expenditure.
Date: Wednesday 31st May 2017
14:00 – Welcome
14:30 – Introduction (Juha van Riet, Stork Railway Services)
14:50 – Introduction Asset Performance Management – APM 4.0 (Ludolf Pijpker, Stork)
15:15 – Practical experiences / developments within “heavy rail” (Jules Oudmans, UReason)
16:00 – Pause
16:15 – Discussion “How do we make bogies more intelligent?”
17:00 – Wrap up
17:15 – Network drink
18:00 – End
Language: Event will be hosted in Dutch
Stork Railway Services
Pannerdenstraat 25, Rotterdam