Rolling Stock Fleet Maintenance 2016

Rolling Stock Fleet Maintenance 2016 Perpetuum are pleased to be able to announce that they will be the headline sponsor again at Rolling Stock Fleet Maintenance Congress. Please contact alan.stewart@perpetuum.com for meetings during the event. December 7-8 2016, Grange St.Paul’s Hotel, London. The Congress is an event focused on improving fleet reliability, availability, maintainability and safety …

Press Release: KeolisAmey Docklands

KeolisAmey Docklands adopts Perpetuum’s innovative self-powered rail condition monitoring for traction motors Perpetuum, the global leader in vibration energy harvesting and its application in asset management across the rail industry, has announced it is working with KeolisAmey Docklands (KAD) to monitor the condition of its traction motors while they are in service and improve the reliability of its …

Case Study: Innovate UK

Perpetuum: self-powered rail safety technology drives jobs growth A fast-growing spin-out from Southampton University has used EU research funding and innovation funding through Innovate UK to further develop technology for the rail industry that is improving safety and reliability and delivering significant cost reductions. This has established Perpetuum as a global market leader. More than …

Press Release: Govia Thameslink Railways

Perpetuum wins contract to supply Govia Thameslink Railways Perpetuum, the global leader in vibration energy harvesting and its application in asset management across the rail industry, has announced that it has received an order from Govia Thameslink Railway to supply wireless sensor systems for four additional Class 170 units joining the existing Class 171 fleet. …

Article: Wireless wheel monitors

How wireless wheel monitors could identify railway track faults Southeastern Railway has equipped its entire fleet with energy harvesting wireless sensors to predict wheel bearing failures. Now it wants to share the data generated by the technology with Network Rail to help it predict track faults. Train wheel bearing failures used to be a big …