Review Wheel Detection Forum 2017

More than 260 industry experts from 36 countries participated in the 4th Wheel Detection Forum to discuss visions and trends on “The future of train tracking”.

27 high-class speakers shared their inspiring ideas and thoughts – and they provided valuable insights on current developments on state-of-the-art solutions based on wheel detection, axle counting and Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS), as well as further tracking technologies.

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Digitisation and automation at ÖBB

Thomas Petraschek

ÖBB Infrastruktur AG | AT

Digitisation and automation at ÖBB

ETCS deployment in Germany

Jörn Schlichting

DB Netz AG | DE

ETCS deployment in Germany

Cognitive pattern computing in big data

Hannes Stefko

IBM | AT

Cognitive pattern computing in big data

What will digitisation bring for train detection?

Marc Antoni

UIC | FR

What will digitisation bring for train detection?

Satellite and railway – game changer in train positioning

Barbara Brunetti

Ansaldo STS | IT

Satellite and railway – game changer in train positioning

Universal HUMS Enterprise Solution

Yeo Woo Yee

Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd | SG

Universal HUMS Enterprise Solution

COMPASS Degraded Mode Working System

Mike Greenan

Altran | UK

COMPASS Degraded Mode Working System

Alternative and innovative approach for train tracking technology

Monish Sengupta

Ricardo Rail | UK

Alternative and innovative approach for train tracking technology

A novel fibre optic sensing system for weighing in motion and wheel flat detection

Antonio Iele

University of Sannio | IT

A novel fibre optic sensing system for weighing in motion and wheel flat detection

Developmental update: North American Fibre Optic Sensing efforts

Hark Braren

BNSF Railway | US

Developmental update: North American Fibre Optic Sensing efforts

Fibre Optic Sensing – game changer in maintenance and operation

Max Schubert

DB Netz AG | DE

Fibre Optic Sensing – game changer in maintenance and operation

Trial towards simple and informative wayside equipment in East Japan Railway

Akimasa Okada

East Japan Railway Company | JP

Trial towards simple and informative wayside equipment in East Japan Railway

FOAD technology in North American railroads

M. Holcomb & K. Sutton

Transportation Technolgy Center Inc. (TTCI) | US

FOAD technology in North American railroads

Localisation of short circuits in the overhead contact line network of ÖBB using optical fibres

Klaus Leithner

ÖBB Infrastruktur AG | AT

Localisation of short circuits in the overhead contact line network of ÖBB using optical fibres

Significance of wheel detection and axle counting in Asia

Ba Myint

Myanma Railways | MN

Significance of wheel detection and axle counting in Asia

Significance of wheel detection and axle counting in Asia

Romesh Srinivasan

K.L. Consult Associates Sdn.Bhd | MY

Significance of wheel detection and axle counting in Asia

Wheel sensors used in train detector systems

Martin Novak

Prosoft Süd Consulting GmbH | AT

Wheel sensors used in train detector systems

Wheel detection by radar for mobile track warning systems

Roger Kessler

Schweizer Electronic AG | CH

Wheel detection by radar for mobile track warning systems

Integrating wheel sensors into laser based wayside monitoring systems

Denis D’Aoust

Wayside Inspection Devices Inc. (WID) | US

Integrating wheel sensors into laser based wayside monitoring systems

Application of wheel sensor technology on railway network in Serbia

I. Ristic & T. Simic

SIGNALLING SOLUTIONS / TAK&TRACK | RS

Application of wheel sensor technology on railway network in Serbia

Houston Metro uses highly reliable axle counters for increased efficiency and punctuality

Robert Burkhardt

Innovative Solutions in Signaling, LLC | US

Houston Metro uses highly reliable axle counters for increased efficiency and punctuality

The evolution of level crossing control systems

S. Rendell & N. Popplewell

John Holland Rail / RCS Australia Rail Control Systems | AU

The evolution of level crossing control systems

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