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QPSR Troop Train
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Australasian Rail Industry Awards Website launched & Dates announced
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A webinar on May 6 is set to reveal how to unlock the potential of your organisation’s data with predictive maintenance strategies.
Many railroads have similar needs for analytical capabilities but may not have the time or funding for the level of configuration previously required to improve track maintenance.
In this webinar, learn how you can unlock the potential of your organisation’s data with predictive maintenance strategies by using Bentley’s latest innovations in linear analytics. AssetWise Rail Condition Analytics enables small to medium-sized rail and transit agencies to rapidly deploy analytical and decision support tools and realise a faster return on investment.
Discover how you can benefit from optimized rail maintenance strategies that improve renewal decisions with minimal time and cost, as well as achieve greater efficiency and enhanced operational performance by working smarter to maintain a safe and reliable network.
In this webinar learn about: • Optimise and future-proof key maintenance and renewal decisions with predictive technology • Estimate and validate the effectiveness of historic and future maintenance requirements • Automate reporting of key condition scores of your network.
May 6, 2021 1pm in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney.
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