Rail Infrastructure Asset Management 2016

Increasing the life of rail infrastructure through strategic asset management and rehabilitation

With billions of dollars being pumped into transport infrastructure, the rail industry is significantly expanding. Many new projects are in the pipe line with others nearing their completion, generating a critical need for rail asset owners to incorporate proactive and preventative maintenance processes into their asset management plans. 

With this in mind, Rail Infrastructure Asset Management 2016 will specifically focus on asset management and maintenance processes, covering both new and existing infrastructure, including:

Improving rail infrastructure through strategic asset management and scheduling for each stage of the asset life-cycle in order to optimise existing assets and extend their life

Refining maintenance processes of critical infrastructure through proactive and predictive maintenance of existing and new assets at optimum levels to ensure operational efficiency

Implementing best practice methodology and technology to facilitate effective investigation, review and audit of rail infrastructure for reporting and maintenance productivity

Improving the operational performance and service of assets by increasing their capacity, availability and reliability and simultaneously reducing asset failure rates


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What will you take away from Rail Infrastructure Asset Management 2016?

 

How you can improve rail infrastructure through strategic asset management and scheduling for each stage of the asset life-cycle in order to optimise existing assets and extend their life

 

Refine maintenance processes of critical infrastructure through proactive and predictive maintenance of existing and new assets at optimum levels to ensure operational efficiency

 

Implement best practice methodology and technology to facilitate effective investigation, review and audit of rail infrastructure for reporting and maintenance productivity

 

Improve the operational performance and service of assets by increasing their capacity, availability and reliability and simultaneously reducing asset failure rates

Who will you meet at Rail Infrastructure Asset Management 2016?

Rail Infrastructure Asset Owners, Operators and Government Authorities

  •   GM Assets/ GM Track and Infrastructure
  •   Principal/ Project Engineer
  •   Engineering Directors/ Head of Engineering or Maintenance
  •   Access Manager/ Planning Manager
  •   Technician/ Inspectors/ Maintenance

Vendors

  •   Sales Director
  •   Business Development Director
  •   Marketing Director
  •   Solutions Advisors

Consulting Engineers

  •   Head of Rail/ Technical Director Rail
  •   Head of Rail Asset Management
  •   Rail Infrastructure Lead/ Principal Asset Management-Rail
  •   Infrastructure Planning and Asset Management Rail
  •   Mechanical and Rail Systems Engineers

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