Innovative Remote Conditioning Monitoring (RCM) specialist Perpetuum, has announced it will be exhibiting and speaking at the AsiaPacificRail Summit, Hong Kong, 20 to 21 March 2018.

Perpetuum will be showcasing its highly successful “in flight” condition monitoring technology and data capture, which can transform rail operators’ asset management, saving costs and increasing passenger satisfaction.

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Now in its 20th year, the AsiaPacificRail Summit will be focusing on how new technology integration continues to play a vital role in ensuring efficient operation management. For instance, Perpetuum’s award-winning, self-powered, wireless sensing technology allows real-time monitoring and analytics of both rolling stock and the track it travels over. The health of bearings, bogies, wheels, gearboxes, motors and track can be constantly checked and the data continuously communicated to asset managers. Consequently, there is far less need to remove stock from circulation for time consuming and costly inspections. Instead, asset managers will see from the data when a part is nearing the end of its shelf life and it can be quickly and easily replaced.

“The Asia Pacific rail market is one in which Perpetuum’s services are already established and we are looking forward to addressing delegates at the Summit,” explains Justin Southcombe, Commercial Director for Perpetuum. “We welcome all visitors to our stand, particularly to share knowledge and network with us as we grow our market share in this important marketplace.”

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Justin Southcombe will be discussing how Perpetuum are bringing wireless, batteryless remote condition monitoring to metros around the world. He will update on a number of metro projects that have been recently completed or launched and Perpetuum’s track condition monitoring tool that has been adapted for underground applications. Perpetuum will also be exhibiting at the event.

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Perpetuum and Southeastern to present at “Infrastructure Monitoring from Trains”

Dan Tall from Southeasterm will be joining Justin Southcombe from Perpetuum to look at the role of Operator and Infrastructure in today’s railway at this IMechE event. Using the experience over the past year in Kent they will look at the opportunity that live condition information can play in reducing delays and workload by making decisions based on the actual condition of the track. Birmingham – 29 November.