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7 May 2015 | MacDonald Burlington Hotel, Birmingham, UK

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The 2nd IET Intelligent Rail Infrastructure technical seminar took place on 7 May 2015 and examined the physical and technical challenges associated with modernising our railway assets, as well as ways in which we can better integrate our existing systems and operations to help improve efficiency and enable more intelligent decision making.


The seminar was delivered by a host of industry experts, many of who are involved in some of the biggest infrastructure projects across the UK, and provided key insights into the advantages of integrating and connecting multiple assets, technologies and data systems to help enable a proactive approach to monitoring, maintenance and planning.


Find out more about the seminar.

Intelligent Rail Infrastructure is a one-day seminar delivered to all professionals working in this area


Listen and learn from business challenges and enhance overall business performance and how this will help to deliver the railway of the future.



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Targeted at those working in the following areas within railway:

  • Condition monitoring
  • Process control
  • Optimisation
  • Process planning
  • Maintenance engineering
  • Failure
  • Maintenance planning
  • Railway predictive analysis
  • Plus many more


This conference can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn six hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.


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