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27 - 28 September 2016 | Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, UK

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About RCM 2016


With billions of pounds of investment and an extensive programme to enhance and modernise the UK railway network comes the need for more sophisticated monitoring and maintenance techniques.

With a revised technical scope for 2016, RCM aims to provide attendees with the opportunity to find out about the latest research and innovations in condition monitoring technologies, whilst exchanging knowledge on how the latest condition monitoring techniques can help effectively manage railway infrastructure.

For authors, the conference presents a unique opportunity for you to showcase your work and network with members of the international rail community.

Actionable monitoring of rail subsystems, asset management, emerging technologies, standardisation and whole system approaches represent just some of the key topics included at the popular two day conference.


Why attend?

  • Gain high-level, technical insights into new technologies and their practical applications for condition monitoring
  • Discover how railway companies are currently utilising these technologies in the field
  • Learn more about condition monitoring technologies being outside the railway sector and how these can be effectively applied to the industry
  • Network and share ideas with members of the international railway community
  • Successful authors receive a lot on the conference programme, their full papers published in the conference proceedings, IET Inspec and the Digital Library, as well as submission for indexing on


Previous highlights

RCM 2014 featured more than 30+ individual presentations across two days, two keynote speakers and a series of exhibitors, showcasing some of the latest technology in condition monitoring.

The conference also featured both speakers and delegates from around the world and covered an extensive amount of topics in condition monitoring.

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