Delays of up to a million minutes were caused on the rail network in 2013, according to the Office of Rail Regulation. The cost of these delays to network and operators is not only measured in financial terms, but also in customer and passenger perception.
Rail reliability, Capacity and Performance 2014 will provide an opportunity to understand both practical technological and human facing solutions to the challenges posed by increased demands on UK’s rail infrastructure to reduce delays, increasing the performance and reliability of the fleet without compromising capacity.
With technological improvements and advances such as Remote Condition Monitoring (RCM) and Traffic Management Systems (TMS) seeking to provide cost-effective solutions to reliability challenges, the importance of ensuring that individuals understand how to interpret the results and put these into practical applications has never been stronger.
How can closer management and operational relationships between Network Rail, TOCs and wider systems engineering provide a solution to the reliability challenge?
With demands placed on capacity becoming greater, this seminar will examine solutions put in place by the entire rail supply chain to reduce this cost and increase the reliability, capacity and performance of Britain’s rail fleet.
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