The Rise of IoT & Big Data in Rail ONLINE

18 May 2021 - 21 May 2021

IoT and Big Data
View event site Location: N/A Organiser: Rotaia Media Organiser Website: http://www.rotaiamedia.com/ Organiser phone: +44 (0)7904 374271 Organiser email: [email protected]

The Rise of IoT & Big Data in Rail is taking place ONLINE and will be held on 18–21 May 2021.

The conference is FREE to attend, but has a paid-for option and will be completely interactive, allowing participants to network with other attendees.

The Rise of IoT & Big Data in Rail Focus

The event will explore the huge breadth of predictive maintenance as well as asset optimisation applications of big data. It will allow infrastructure managers and train operating companies to understand how they can further benefit from setting in place the tools to harvest smart data utilised by the Internet of Things to achieve their objectives of increasing capacity, improving reliability, minimising downtime and reducing maintenance costs.

Conference Highlights

  • Intelligent Infrastructure: Delivering the data-driven railway – Tim Flower, Network Rail
  • The evolution of the diagnostic process at the Lithuanian Railways – Dr Remigijus Skirkus, LTG Infra
  • Cybersecurity in Rail – Securing the digital future – Maurus Radelow, DB Netz
  • The value behind the data – Use cases in rail car digitisation – Stefan Kalmund, Nexxiot
  • Internet of Trains – How IoT can transform rail – Gerhard Paal, Siemens Mobility
  • Automation – Smart Machines: Technologies & experiences in autonomous track – Florian Auer, Plasser & Theurer
  • Digitalisation of Rolling Stock Maintenance: Not only a matter of predictive diagnostics – Javier de la Cruz, CAF Rail Digital Services
  • IoT & Big Data in Rail: Win from day 1! – Pedro Conceição, Nomad Digital
  • Digital Solutions in Fleet Maintenance Lessons learned in product development – Sami Kalevirta, VR FleetCare
  • Condition Based Maintenance and the importance of Actionable Information – David McGorman, Unipart Rail

Virtual Workshops

  • Optimising the IoT to Exploit Smart Asset Data to Improve Network Availability, Extend Asset Lifetime and Reduce Costs
  • Optimising the IoT and Big Data to Digitise Asset Performance Management for an Intelligent Infrastructure
  • Using IoT Systems to Deploy Predictive Maintenance and Fleet Management Efficiency Through Intelligent Use of Smart Data

To register for the event, please click here. The full conference programme is available here.

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