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Date/Time Organisation & Location Description
09/03/2016 -
09/03/2016

17:00
Railway Interest Group

BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0TA
Maintaining Crossrail - a systems approach

Trains will start to run through the new Crossrail tunnels in 2018. The Central section of Crossrail will become one of the most heavily traversed sections of railways in the country.

Customers demand dependable rail services and want to be able to use the railway without downtime for maintenance or failures. Achieving the required availability with the limited access available requires a systems approach and using the latest  reliability centred maintenance techniques.

Dr Martyn Chymera, Maintenance Performance and Reliability Manager for the Crossrail Operations Team, will describe the provisions being made for the remote condition monitoring of Crossrail, including infrastructure monitoring facilities and inspection trains.

The presentation will demonstrate how preventative and pro-active maintenance will be used to keep the railway running without downtime and with almost no failures.

 

Title Author Doc Type Doc Date File Type View
Crossrail Maintenance  Adam Stead  Flyer  16/03/2016  pdf   Members Only