RTS: Reliable and Easy to Maintain

01 Dec 2020 - 01 Dec 2020

RTS Reliable and Easy to Maintain
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RTS Webinar Series 2020: Reliable and Easy to Maintain – 1 December 2020, 3pm – 4:30pm GMT

Part of the RTS Webinar Series by RSSB

Click here to register for the ‘Reliable and Easy to Maintain’ webinar which is one of the new priorities of the Rail Technical Strategy.

More reliable assets needing less out-of-service time are key to increased customer confidence and demand. Lower whole-life asset costs and increased understanding of how humans and machines can best work together, will help establish a thriving sector.

Dyan Crowther Chief Executive Officer, HS1 will deliver the keynote address with her personal views on why rail needs assets that are ‘Reliable and easy to maintain’, needing less out of service time.

More details on the programme and sessions coming soon!

Come armed with your key discussion points and burning questions to put to panel members.

Why should I attend?

Join us to know more about current initiatives and thinking, connect with the community of people and organisations active in this space, and tell us what you are working on.

This is the fourth event in a webinar series exploring the RTS priorities in closer detail. Also available in this webinar series: ‘Easy to Use for All’, ‘Low Emissions’, ‘Optimised Train Operations’ and ‘Data Driven’ events.

The webinar link will be sent to you in the confirmation email.

If you would like to submit any questions before the webinar, please email: [email protected].

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