Asset Management – 3 February 2015
- The combination of management, financial, economic, engineering and other practices with the objective of providing the required level of service in the most cost effective manner. It starts with design, construction, commissioning, operating, maintaining, repairing, modifying, replacing and ends with disposal.
Strategic asset management vs. operational asset management.
- Is (DCM) Design Construct & Maintenance approach the solution?
- What lessons can be learned from the design of new infrastructure and rolling stock?
- How fast can rolling stock be put into service: “effective collaboration with authorized bodies, national and EU”.
- Session 1: ‘Strategic asset management vs. operational asset management: The best way to increasing performance’
- Session 2: ‘Developing new IT based strategies to gain competitive advantages’
- Session 3: ‘Rail infrastructure asset management: What lessons did we learn from past mistakes?’
- Session 4: ‘Providing punctuality and safety despite ageing infrastructure and tight budgets’
Moderator whole day: Peter Veit, Graz University of Technology Institute for Railway Engineering and Transport Economy (AT)
- Jan Swier, Strategic Advisor for Maintenance and Renewals ProRail (NL)
“Understanding how to improve rail asset performance”
- Kimmo Oostermeijer, Director Dutch and Swiss Offices LeighFisher (NL)
“Implementation of strategic asset management”
- Walter Breinl, Founder and Managing Shareholder RCM Rail Care and Management GmbH (DE)
“Asset Management for Rolling Stock: A technical point of view”
- Markus Podbregar, Project & Sales Manager Verkehrsautomatisierung Berlin GmbH (DE)
“Introduction of online monitoring for distributed infrastructure components”
- Uwe Jasnoch, Sales Manager Geospatial Intergraph SG&I Deutschland GmbH (DE)
“Dynamic GIS: a driver for rail information”
- Wil van Roij, Principal Consultant Asset Management Lloyd’s Register Rail Europe (NL) and
Rob van Doorn, Executive Interim Manager, IMD (NL)
“What to do if your maintenance organization act as a degrated fire department? ISO55000 as a guideline for change”
- Sven Flore, Managing Director and COO ELL Group (DE)
“Rail Asset Management. Lessons from the past – preparing for the future!”
- Pietro Pace, RAMSYS Product Line Manager MERMEC Group (IT)
“Systems and data integration for automating the inspection and maintenance process”
- Stefan Marschnig, Assistant Professor Graz University of Technology Institute for Railway Engineering and Transport Economy (AT)
“Track re-investment: Strategic amounts versus achieved ‘savings’ – a costly game”
- Marco Schmid, CEO/Board Schmid Elektronik (CH)
“Conditioned-orientedinspection and servecing the rail switch – From the precise geometry of the cross profile and tongue tip to the 3D crossing frog: laser technology and simulated wheel-rail contact guarantee security against derailing in the vicinity of the switch and delivers detailed and high-level data for asset management systems”
- Peter Veit, Professor Graz University of Technology Institute for Railway Engineering and Transport Economy (AT)
“Proper point of time for track reinvestment instead of achieving ´savings´ – an economic optimisation”
- Teodor Gradinariu, Senior Advisor Infrastructure UIC (FR)
“The role of UIC on implementation of AM principles on Railways”
Who should attend?
The present conference offers a one-day podium in order to discuss best practices, tangible tools and current information in an international setting. At the Asset Management Conference 2015 you can discuss with:
- Infrastructure managers
- Rolling stock manufacturers
- Technical engineers
- Asset/fleet managers
- Maintenance managers
- Financial institutions