“In order to optimise train performance and maintenance, we are moving to a predictive (condition based) maintenance philosophy“
The American Passenger Rolling Stock: Predictive Maintenance and Asset Management 2016 congress is coming to Washington D.C. next month!
From the Fleet Director of Amtrak to the General Manager of MBTA, this congress will be led by very high profile industry leaders.
It is a fantastic networking and learning opportunity as different perspectives will be presented which will essentially solve many issues that transport authorities face.
Don’t miss your chance to join the discussion, register now. If you work at a Transport Authority, you can claim a special discount by clicking here. If you’re outside of North America and unable to attend the congress, you can live stream it from your home or desk.
Q. With predictive maintenance becoming more and more popular, what are the main drivers for its increasing popularity in your opinion?
CC. Historically, London Underground Train Maintenance Regimes (TMR’s) have been calendar-day based – with tasks grouped together and carried out on an opportunity basis. This increased the likelihood of components being over-maintained regardless of their condition leading to unnecessarily high annual maintenance on-costs and sub-optimal asset utilisation and availability… Read All
Other Questions Featured Include:
Q. What makes predictive maintenance a preferable maintenance practice over other maintenance strategies for rail authorities and agencies?
Q. A lot of rail authorities find themselves in a bit of tough position with buying new fleets and maintaining their older, more ageing fleets. How can predictive maintenance make that job easier and why?
Q. How can Predictive Maintenance make it easier for staff to diagnose certain problems?
Hearing How A Leading European Railway Corporation Is Maximizing CBM’s Return On Investment On Aging Fleets By Strategically Placing Sensors
> Determining at which age it no longer makes sense to invest in a CBM plan and what are the factors impacting this
> Extending the lifecycle: Exploring how predictive maintenance can extend the lifecycle of aging fleets to reduce overhaul costs
> Correlating vehicle specifications with part variances to understand the part wear of various instruments
For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, feel free to contact us on +1 (0) 800 721 3915 or [email protected].
If you work at a Transport Authority, you’re entitled to a special discount. Find out more by emailing us here.
On behalf of American Business Conferences, I look forward to welcoming you to Washington D.C. in March.