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6th IET Conference on Railway Condition Monitoring (RCM 2014)

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  • Location: Birmingham, UK
  • Conference date: 17-18 Sept. 2014
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-913-1
  • Conference number: CP631
  • The following topics are dealt with: railway condition monitoring; urban rail resignalling project; Chinese railway assets safety; rail RCF crack detection; and reliable subsurface ultrasonic inspection.

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  • Performance monitoring and improvement on urban rail resignalling projects
  • Future prospects on the intelligent monitoring technologies for railway signalling systems in China
  • An energy management led approach to configuration and deployment of energy harvesting data loggers to monitor trackside assets
  • Alstom's approach to railway condition monitoring
  • Chinese Railway Assets Safety Dynamic Monitoring Information System
  • Modelling Safety Monitors of Safety-Critical Railway Systems by Formal Methods
  • System management for Remote Condition Monitoring in Railway Systems
  • Development and verification of monitoring tools for realizing effective maintenance of rail corrugation
  • Condition Monitoring of Railway Tracks Using Compact Size On-board Monitoring Device
  • The utility of continual monitoring of track geometry from an in-service vehicle
  • A combined threshold and signature match method for the automatic detection of rail RCF cracks using an ACFM sensor
  • Reliable sub-surface ultrasonic inspection of cast manganese steel crossings
  • Assessment of Railway Performance by Monitoring Land Subsidence
  • Machine Vision for Condition Monitoring Vegetation on Railway Embankments
  • Assessing the condition of railway assets using DIFCAM: Results from tunnel examinations
  • New advances for wireless remote condition monitoring in tunnel deformation and track tilt
  • Breaking down the barriers to more cross-industry Remote Condition Monitoring (RCM)
  • Flexible asset monitoring system improves railway infrastructure availability
  • Challenges in designing an Intelligent Infrastructure Monitoring Interface for railway infrastructure assets
  • Can we measure our way out of trouble? the truth behind condition monitoring
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