Calendar
Railway Interest Group

Below is the Calendar showing Chapter events for the Railway Interest Group.

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Railway Systems Engineering in Action

Railway Interest Group

London Underground’s offices at 55 Broadway, London

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Current Events

Time Location Details
12/09/2006 -
12/09/2006

18:00
Railway Interest Group


London Underground’s offices at 55 Broadway, London
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Railway Systems Engineering in Action


This paper describes case studies which show how Systems Engineering can deliver real benefit to rail projects, including the Concept Design developed for the Victoria Line Upgrade Service Control Centre.


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Future Events

Time Location Details
11/10/2006 -
11/10/2006

18:00
Railway Interest Group


Tube Line’s offices at 15 West Ferry Circus, London E14 4HD
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Cooling The Tube


The Tunnel Cooling Programme (TCP) has been instigated to provide solutions to improve thermal conditions on the London Underground network.


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30/11/2006 -
30/11/2006

18:00
Railway Interest Group


Arup’s offices at 13 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 4BQ
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A Soft Systems Approach to the Investigation of Railway Interfaces


Sanjeev Appicharla of the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) will describe work in progress to develop a methodology to support the development and review of standards.


There is 1 Document for this event, click here to view
14/02/2007 -
14/02/2007

18:00
Railway Interest Group


Network Rail’s offices at 1 Eversholt St, Euston, London, NW1 2DN
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Keeping the Floor Level on the New Underground


As part of the Public Private Partnership with LUL, Metronet are modernising the sub-surface lines comprising Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and District Lines. The Mayor of London has an aspiration to have a modern metro which is inclusive and accessible for all. Metronet have committed to support LUL in developing a step-free railway. Metronet’s contribution is to design and build a train and platform train interface that complies with Rail Vehicle Accessibility Regulations and the notion of a level access at the train doors.


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29/03/2007 -
29/03/2007

17:30 for 18:00
Railway Interest Group


Parsons Brinkerhoff’s offices at 25 Wilton Road, Victoria, London
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Networking Evening – Theme ‘Railway System Architectures’


The RIG are holding it’s first Networking evening to encourage people from all walks of the Railway sector to have an informal, but informed, discussion whilst exchanging business cards!.


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19/04/2007 -
19/04/2007


Railway Interest Group


Unknown
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So What is Railway Systems Engineering?


So what is railway systems engineering?


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16/05/2007 -
16/05/2007


Railway Interest Group


Unknown
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Systems Engineering and Tram Projects


Systems Engineering and Tram Projects
06/06/2007 -
06/06/2007

17:00 for 17:30
Railway Interest Group


40, Melton Street, Euston, London, NW1 2EE
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Genius or Great Systems Engineer?


Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Genius or Great Systems Engineer? 40, Melton Street, Euston, London, NW1 2EE 1700H for 1730H, Wednesday 6th June 2007 Although conceived as a tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel, this illustrated talk by Associate Professor Felix Schmid, also deals with some of the achievements of his father, Marc Brunel. It was originally prepared for the bicentenary of Isambard’s birth but has been modified since to include new information received.


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03/07/2007 -
03/07/2007


Railway Interest Group


Unknown
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Best Practice in Railway Requirements Engineering


Best Practice in Railway Requirements Engineering
24/09/2007 -
24/09/2007

17:00 - 18:00
Railway Interest Group


London Underground’s offices at 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0BD
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Integrating Stations into the Wider Railway


Systems engineering is being applied to the Public Private Partnership [PPP] delivery programme of Metronet for stations, signalling and trains. Within this wider context, Atkins has derived a Comprehensive Approach to Systems Engineering [CASE] which includes some novel interpretations of the traditional systems engineering methods to make them representative of the built environment of the railway. CASE was developed to meet a demanding delivery programme whose key drivers are station delivery dates.


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30/10/2007 -
30/10/2007


Railway Interest Group


Unknown
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Train system and energy optimisation for metros:


Train system and energy optimisation for metros:


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Past Events

Time Location Details
06/07/2006 -
06/07/2006

17:30 for 18:00
Railway Interest Group


Atkins Rail’s offices at Euston Tower, 286 Euston Road, London
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Lessons Learnt from Applying New Train Control Systems to Major Re-Signalling Projects


Brian Halliday, Network Rail’s Systems Integration and Reliability Manager, will be bringing members up-to-date with Systems Engineering within Network Rail. Brian will describe what has been achieved within Network Rail over the last eight years


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06/06/2006 -
06/06/2006

17:30 for 18:00
Railway Interest Group


Network Rail’s offices at 40 Melton Street, London
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Network Rail - Towards a Total System Approach


Advanced technology train control systems represent a cost-effective means of improving the level of service offered to transit passengers in terms of safety, dependability and comfort, while providing increased capacity and reduced travel times on an existing transportation infrastructure. A number of rail transit agencies around the world have implemented, or are in the process of implementing, such systems and, while a number of these projects have been very successful, others have encountered significant schedule and budget overruns.


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24/05/2006 -
24/05/2006

12:30
Railway Interest Group


Teleconference
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Organising Committee


Organising Committe


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