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The service uses the IoT, cloud and machine learning to turn asset performance data into data that can be applied to their maintenance. Bombardier is running this new service as a subscription service, meaning that customers would pay a regular fee, rather than for costs as they are incurred. This gives customers – infrastructure managers – predictable costs, while Bombardier is guaranteed return business.
Bombardier EBI Sense
The wireless sensors installed on railway assets gather data to monitor their condition and over time the machine-learning element hones its predictions to increase accuracy. This should increase the reliability and availability of the railway network.
Bombardier says EBI Sense is “ideally suited” to widely distributed rail systems that have a large amount of trackside assets like point machines and track circuits.
The system has been developed the the services team at Bombardier Rail Control Solutions in Sweden. It is a further development of Bombardier’s OPTIFLO rail control service solution.
This article first appeared on railway-news.com
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