7th – 8th December 2016 – London, UK
The Worlds Leading Conference On Rolling Stock Maintenance Returns!
Hear Cutting Edge Case Studies On How Leading Railways Are Implementing Condition-Based Maintenance To Drive Reliability & Operability Featuring world class speakers from operators including:
  • SNCF,
  • London Underground,
  • TrenItalia,
  • East Japan Railway Company,
  • GVB Amsterdam,
  • Stockholm Metro,
  • VR Group,
  • Fertagus
and many more, this is the industry’s leading forum on the challenge of introducing effective condition-based maintenance strategies.

The 5th conference in the series, Rolling Stock Maintenance Summit 2016 returns to showcase a blockbuster agenda and help train operating companies successfully implement a cutting-edge CBM program, by helping them answer these key questions –
  • How can we prepare and present a compelling business case to justify
    investment in condition based monitoring?
  • How can we analyse the huge sets of data coming off the train in a
    coherent, efficient way?
  • Which train data represents the most value for analysis to help us improve maintenance regimes and resourcing?
Key speakers include:
  • Paolo Masini, Director of Rolling Stock Engineering & Maintenance, Trenitalia (Italy)
  • Stephen Foot, Head of Asset Condition, London Underground (UK)
  • Takumi Ishii, Deputy Director, Japan East Railway Company (Japan)
  • Héloïse Nonne, Head of Data Science, SNCF (France)
  • João Grossinho, Director of Maintenance, Fertagus (Portugal)
  • Philippe De Laharpe, Head of Remote Diagnostics Project, Rolling Stock, SNCF (France)
  • Neil O’Connor, Head of Fleet Performance, Southwest Trains (UK)
  • Jan Luijben, Information Manager, GVB (The Netherlands)
  • Jouko Järvinen, Operations Manager, Maintenance Division, VR Group (Finland)
  • Gustav Sjöberg, Maintenance Manager, TBT Stockholm AB (Sweden)
  • Augusto Costa Franco, General Manager Software Engineering & Power Systems, Nomad Digital (Portugal)
  • Paul Edwards, Fleet Manager, London Overground (UK)
  • Babakalli Alkali, Assistant Head of Department Mechanical Engineering, ScotRail / GCU (UK – Scotland)
  • Chris Welford, Condition Monitoring Manager, London Underground (UK)
  • Justin Southcombe, Commercial Director, Perpetuum (UK)
  • Abhinay Ramani, New Trains Project manager, First TransPennine Express (UK)
  • Gordon Thomas, Principal Rolling Stock Engineer, London Overground (UK)
For more information visit – http://www.rolling-stock-maintenance.com/