Track IQ has a global reputation for being specialist manufacturers and suppliers of wayside detection equipment to the railway industry.
Track IQ develops, manufactures, sells and supports wayside sensor systems used to measure the operating condition of rail vehicles. Products include RailBAM®, WCM®, RailSQAD®, PhotoTAG™, OnePASS™, FleetONE™, RailCAM™ and the Train Noise Monitor™, often incorporating other measurement products (AVI/AEI and Environmental Monitoring systems).
Track IQ works with other industry specialists to integrate a wide range of wayside sensors (Bogie Geometry, Wheel Profile, Brake Wear....) on asset monitoring "Supersites" where sensor data is integrated into the Track IQ FleetOne database. In 2014 SNCF presented Track IQ with an award for Innovation Excellence for RailBAM. The prestigious SNCF awards, which recognised Track IQ as an outstanding supplier, showcase the very best product innovations and service delivery in engineering, science and technology.
Track IQ provide technical support, calibration services, and investigations for our own and related equipment items and development services across a wide range of rail related mechanical and electronics issues, particularly failure investigations of mechanical systems. Track IQ has access to the resources of its parent company, Wabtec Corporation (NYSE:WAB), in addition to the thirty three experienced software, mechanical and mechatronic engineers within Track IQ.
For specialist railway wheel bearing and rolling wheel surface condition monitoring Track IQ provides unsurpassed products and support.
Track IQ is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wabtec Corporation.
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AGENDA AT A GLANCE
- Operators case studies on realising the benefits of on-board data to deliver improved maintenance and operational outcomes
- Examine the business case for implementing artificial intelligence predict faults & improve on-board system reliability
- Evaluate the future roadmap on retrofitting legacy rolling stock for advanced strategies on retrofitting ageing rolling stock
- Cost effective integration of IT Systems and databases including identifying and selecting the optimal back end IT & Database
- Strategies on up-skilling fleet maintenance workforce to deliver on investment in new data-driven technologies
- Managing human factor in the depot and minimise incidents of maintenance and prevent costly errors
- Examine solutions for addressing obsolescence to efficiently service component and deliver spare parts on time
- Best practice on planning & optimising the depot and maintenance activities, including integration of new technologies and maintenance practice innovations