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Still time to register for ISP44: Sensors for better Health, Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance in Rail

It's less than two weeks to KTN’s Intelligent Sensing Programme 44: Health, Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance in Rail Infrastructure conference, at the National Railway Museum in York on 5 July, featuring new technologies and developments in condition monitoring of rail infrastructure.

Keith Mowbray OBE, of QinetiQ, will be chairing the event designed to address the challenges in maintenance for the rail industry.

The exciting lineup of speakers has now been confirmed, includes Myrddin Jones of Innovate UK (reviewing relevant funding opportunities), plus presentations by Chris Rowley (Network Rail), Isidro Durazo Cardenas (University of Cranfield), David Buckley (Balfour Beatty Rail), Maria de Farago (Telespazio Vega), Roger Hazelden (Conekt), Mark Morris (HS2 Ltd.), Kenneth Pipe (Humaware) and Piraba Navaratnam (RSSB).

The event includes networking opportunities and a display of relevant technologies. 

 

Registration

There are two options to choose from to register: delegate rate (£30) and exhibitor rate (£70).

Registration is via KTN’s Eventbrite registration page.

Please contact matt.butchers@ktn-uk.org for any questions and comments.

 

See also:

KTN's Rail & sensing communities get-together: Intelligent Sensing Programme 44 - Health, Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance in Rail Infrastructure

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