Innotrans Hall 6, Stand 214
Perpetuum will be exhibiting at Innotrans, 18 to 21 September 2018, in Berlin, Germany. This will be Perpetuum’s third appearance at Innotrans and its biggest ever presence, reflecting the company’s rapid growth as ever increasing numbers of rail companies adopt remote condition monitoring to monitor the ‘in flight’ health of their fleets and transform their asset management.
“We will be demonstrating how our wireless and self-powered solution has made connected bogies and smart wheelsets a reality. The business case for RCM is compelling; lower maintenance costs and increased availability meansit has been adopted by train operators across the globe,” explains Justin Southcombe, Commercial Director.
“Proven digital solutions, such as ours, will be a key theme at the event this year. At Innotrans in 2016, I would estimate that 30 per cent of companies were talking about the impact of digitization in the rail industry – at Innotrans 2018 I expect it to be twice that amount of exhibitors. Digital is no longer just an option, but a necessity as it becomes part of everyone’s business.”
In the 24 months since its last appearance at Innotrans, Perpetuum has experienced rapid growth, securing milestone contracts with train operators around the world and has been deployed in the UK, Australia, USA and Sweden. It has also moved to larger UK headquarters, accommodating its growing team of technical experts, analytical and support teams, as well as new, larger, laboratories.