Televic and SKF to Offer Condition-based Maintenance Capabilities

Televic GSP and SKF Signed Long-Term Commercial Agreement to Offer Condition-Based Maintenance Capabilities

Televic GSP, the global experts for innovative and reliable railway passenger information and condition based maintenance solutions, and SKF Group, industry leaders for bearing and related products as well as condition monitoring systems and services today have announced the signature on a formal collaboration agreement to advance condition-based maintenance capabilities for rolling stock manufacturers and operators.

7 professionally dressed people from Televic and SKF stood in a line
From left to right: Emma Storey, Thomas Deplaecie, Francesco Lamboglia , Mauritzio Giovannelli, Lieven Danneels, Glyn Arthur, Victor Martinez

The SKF data analytics, in the form of edge algorithms for onboard anomaly detection and remote advanced diagnosis, will be combined with Televic GSP’s bogie mounted data collection and analysis hardware solutions.

This unique combination will allow train operators to run trains longer with confidence! Once the data is collected by the Televic devices, the SKF analysis and recommendations are then key for the optimization and extension of the maintenance regimes.

Lieven Danneels, CEO of Televic says:

“We are pleased to announce this formal agreement together with SKF, combing our strengths to work towards a data-driven approach to risk management and maintenance strategies. Our shared vision is to enable the industry to make better decisions based on data and meaningful, actionable information.”

Two men in suits shake hands
From left to right: CEO of Televic, Lieven Danneels and Mauritzio Giovannelli, Director Global Railway at SKF
Maurizio Giovannelli, Director Global Railway at SKF, said:

“We want to drive innovations to enable our customers to run their trains more reliably and with less downtime due to unnecessary maintenance or unplanned stops. These are important steps in meeting, and even surpassing, both sustainability and business goals.”

This article was originally published by Televic GSP.

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