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Date/Time Organisation & Location Description
12/10/2016 -
12/10/2016

18:30 - 20:30
Bristol Local Group

Atkins, The Hub 500 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Bristol BS32 4RZ
Digital Rail Presentation & Chapter AGM

18:30 Arrive for a 19:00 Start.

Coffee, Tea and Donuts will be provided.

We are holding our annual AGM. Items to be discussed include:

  • Intro to Bristol Local Group,
  • ASEC 2016,
  • Ideas for Future Events
  • BLG Membership Review.

The presentation for this evening is "Digital Railway: Enterprise Architecture Delivery Programme and Needs" by Colin Brown (Network Rail) Principal Architecture Phase 3 and Mike Brownsword (Atkins) Phase 3 Target State Lead.

Abstract: As with any SE journey few of us would choose to start where we do, the beginning is preferable but rarely realistic, Digital Railway (DR) is no different, it brings with it a history as long as the rail industry itself. This presentation will focus on how the programme is moving forward from where we are today using a System of Systems approach.

The Digital Railway challenge is to compress a 50-year capability development into 15-years. To do this we are trying to innovate the approach to capability readiness and delivery across the industry, we say trying as to do this the Digital Railway programme is working in partnership with the whole industry to maximise the potential of digital technology.

This paper will focus on the both the small changes we are making within the team to deliver high levels of performance through to the whole industry challenges which affect both the traditional SE community and the SoS movement and the way we work together across technical and business systems.

 

Title Author Doc Type Doc Date File Type View
Digital Railway: Enterprise Architecture Delivery Programme and Needs  Local Group  Flyer  23/09/2016  pdf   Open