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Automated inspection of rolling stock dramatically improves maintenance workflows.
The move to automated inspections is driving change in the longest, heaviest, and highest value rail operations in the world. Many of these operations use Trimble technology to improve how they operate, maintain, and utilise their assets.
Trimble condition monitoring solutions enable the detailed condition assessment of rail assets from wheel surface condition to full train inspection. Pinpointing issues minimizes incidents and interruptions to keep rolling stock on the move, reducing operational costs.
Machine Vision Technologies Support Automation
In the application of machine vision technology to automate inspections using machine vision wayside detectors—such as the Trimble® Beena Vision® systems—there are three key phases.
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