Rolling Stock Fleet Maintenance
European rolling stock maintenance professionals are procuring new fleets and implementing condition-based maintenance technology to optimise train availability and reliability.
But in order to keep pace in a frantic industry, operators must harness the true value of the data coming off the trains, turning massive datasets into actionable data.
However, as demonstrated by our 2016 conference, organisational behaviour has been the single biggest blocker to CBM deployment, preventing innovation at the initial stage.
So in response to this challenge, this year's conference will have a greater session-by-session focus on how to manage this change to ensure employee engagement and to maximise the payback of investment in CBM.
The Rolling Stock Maintenance 2017 Summit is returning to London this 6th and 7th of December for its sixth edition as the industry's leading event dedicated to the specific business of train maintenance.
Featuring perspectives from some of the world's leading train operators, this conference is a must for any railway that is serious about implementing CBM technology and taking their company to the next level.
After the runaway success of last year's event in London, which drew over 200 delegates from across the continent, here's what attendees had to say: