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5th IET Conference on Railway Condition Monitoring and Non-Destructive Testing (RCM 2011)

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  • Location: Derby, UK
  • Conference date: 29-30 Nov. 2011
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-558-4
  • Conference number: CP581
  • The following topics are dealt with: railway condition monitoring; smart rail vehicles; infrastructure subsystem monitoring; wireless technology; trackbed assessment; reliability; maintenance scheduling; vehicle mounted systems; train identification systems; track integrity inspection and train mounted sensors.

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  • The power of performance monitoring and data analysis in implementing the signalling upgrade of the London Underground Jubilee Line
  • An integrated approach to benefits realisation of railway condition monitoring innovations
  • Reducing the cost of monitoring signalling assets using wireless technology
  • New practices for railway condition monitoring and predictive analysis
  • An energy efficient event detection protocol for infrastructure and earthwork condition monitoring using wireless sensor networks
  • SmartFleet, how "Smart" rail vehicles help improve business
  • Development of an effective condition monitoring system for AC point machines
  • Automatically assessing driver performance using black box OTDR data
  • Continuous monitoring of points in a tram network using optical fibre grating sensors
  • Condition monitoring feasibility study - C21xx rail grinding train
  • Track condition monitoring by in-service trains: a comparison between axle-box and bogie accelerometers
  • SCADA approaches to remote condition monitoring
  • Japanese railway condition monitoring of tracks using in-service vehicle
  • POSS®: Railway condition monitoring developed by a maintainer
  • Monitoring the DC third rail interface using an in-service train
  • Enterprise control systems strategies for railways
  • Cloud computing in the service of railway maintenance
  • Characterisation of ballast materials in trackbed using ground penetrating radar: Part 1
  • ROSE - Using reliability centred maintenance to deliver reliability, safety and value for money for Network Rail's infrastructure
  • Continuous assessment of the stiffness of tracks at line speed
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