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Monitoring Wheel – Rail  2017

„Smart Wheel-Rail Interaction“

28th of March  2017

Raiffeisen Lecture Hall, IST Austria, Am Campus 1, 3400 Klosterneuburg

In a quickly changing environment, railroads are coming under increasingly great pressure from alternative transportation systems. These competing systems can often implement technical changes, along with the connected increase in effectiveness and efficiency, in a quicker and more cost-effective manner, through the application of and transition to intelligent digital technologies. Modern control and monitoring systems in transportation measure data of all kinds, such as forces, weights, loading conditions, and speeds, monitor the material stress as well as the wear and tear, and deliver values for statistical, cross-linked queries and alarm security alerts. An essential prerequisite for this is the acquisition and further development of variables and parameters that can qualitatively and quantitatively assess and monitor the transportation systems with regard to physical bases.

The increasing demands for transparency, comfort, and cost-reduction in railroad-systems present the challenge of continuous optimization of technical systems, in particular to wheel-rail experts.

OUR SPEAKERS

Gérard Presle

GF ÖVG AK Eisenbahntechnik

Christian Moser

TU Graz

Andreas Matthä

ÖBB CEO

Helmut Hainitz

Günter Prager

Universität Innsbruck

Peter Veit

TU Graz

Norbert Ostermann

TU Wien

Dietmar Maicz

HBM

Werner Hanreich

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Thomas Petraschek

ÖBB-Infrastuktur AG

Thomas Maly

TU Wien

Thomas Kolbe

DB-Systemtechnik

Thomas Hauser

Wiener Linien

Thomas Hammer

Wiener Linien

Roman Schmid

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Richard Schneider

Bombardier/CH

Michael Walter

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Michael Mach

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Martin Jaksch

psiacoustic Umweltforschung und Engineering GmbH

Helmut Hutterer

ÖBB-Traktion

Jochen Holzfeind

SBB

Hannes Stefko

IBM

Günter Dinhobl

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Frédéric Coudert

SNCF

Christian Kirisits

ZT Kirisits

Boris Prehofer

Siemens AG Österreich

Andreas Konrad

Progress Rail Inspection & Information Systems

Andreas Haigermoser

Siemens AG Österreich

Alfred Holcik

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Wolfgang Zottl

ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Paul Mittermayr

BAMM Dr. Mittermayr Scientific GmbH & Co KG

Conference Language German, simultaneous translation (english) will be provided

THE SCHEDULE

Registration & Breakfast

08:00 - 08:30

Welcome, Keynote & Intro

 

Welcome:

Helmut Hainitz

Chairman of the Austrian Society for Traffic and Transportation (ÖVG) Working Group for Railway Engineering (track)

Keynote:

Andreas Matthä, CEO of Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB-Holding AG)

Intro:

„System optimization with system“

Peter Veit, Technical University of Graz (TU Graz)


„Challenges in the Provision of Infrastructure“

Alfred Holcik, Business Unit Manager for Route Management and Plant Development, AFR-Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG )

08:30 - 09:20

Session 1 – Topic Area Stresses on Infrastructure and Vehicles

 

„Pathway(s) from Railway Management to Modern Asset Management“

Jochen Holzfeind, Head of Asset Management Track, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB)

Ingolf Nerlich, Vehicle-Track-Interaction, Asset Management Track, SBB

Michael Mach, Head of Railway Engineering, AFR-Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)


„Track Analysis Supported by Vehicle Reactions“

Richard Schneider, former Vice President R&D, Bombardier Transportation Switzerland

09:20 - 10:30

Break

10:30 - 11:00

Session 2 – Topic Area Stresses on Infrastructure and Vehicles

 

„The Vehicle Fingerprint – Condition Data from the Point of View of Infrastructure“

Roman Schmid, Department of Railway Engineering, Railway Technology and Interaction, AFR-Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)


„Smart Solutions for Determining the Relevant Assessment Variables on the Basis of Wheel – Rail Contact“

Dietmar Maicz,   HBM Austria

Paul Mittermayr, BAMM Dr. Mittermayr Scientific GmbH & Co KG


„Testing and Assessment of the Ride Quality Characteristics – Travel Safety and Burden on Infrastructure – of Railway Vehicles Using the Example of the new EN 14363: 2016“

Andreas Haigermoser, Head of Innovation Management of Bogies, Siemens AG Austria


„Quo Vadis Radial Position“

Thomas Kolbe, Head of Testing Technology, International Approval, German Railways – System Technology (DB Systemtechnik GmbH)


„A Generic Brake Pad Wear model for Rail Vehicles – Parametrization Procedure and Service Life Forecast Algorithm“

Christian Moser, Graz University of Technology

Boris Andre Prehofer, Siemens AG Austria

11:00 - 12:45

Lunch

12:45 - 13:45

Registrierung, Frühstück

08:00 - 08:30

Begrüßung, Keynote & Intro

 

Begrüßung:

Helmut Hainitz

Vorsitzender des ÖVG Arbeitskreises Eisenbahntechnik (Fahrweg)

Keynote:

Andreas Matthä, CEO ÖBB-Holding AG

Intro:

„Systemoptimierung mit System“

Peter Veit, TU-Graz


„Herausforderungen an die Infrastrukturbereitstellung“

Alfred Holcik, Geschäftsbereichsleiter Streckenmanagement und Anlagenentwicklung, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

08:30 - 09:20

Session 1- Themenbereich Infrastruktur & Fahrzeuge

 

„Weg(e) von der Bahnverwaltung hin zum modernen Anlagenmanagement“

Jochen Holzfeind, Leiter Anlagenmanagement Fahrbahn, SBB

Ingolf Nerlich, Fahrzeug-Fahrweg-Wechselwirkung, AM Fahrbahn SBB

Michael Mach, Leiter Fachbereich Fahrwegtechnik, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG


“Erkennung von Gleiszustand mittels Fahrzeugreaktionen“

Richard Schneider, ehem. Vice President R&D, Bombardier Transportation Schweiz

09:20 - 10:30

Pause

10:30 - 11:00

Session 2 – Themenbereich Infrastruktur & Fahrzeuge

 

„Der Fahrzeug-Fingerprint – Zustandsdaten aus Sicht der Infrastruktur“

Roman Schmid, Fachbereich Fahrwegtechnik, Fahrwegtechnologie und Interaktion, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG


„Smarte Lösungen für die Ermitttlung von relevanten Beurteilungsgrößen auf Basis des Rad – Schiene Kontaktes“

Dietmar Maicz , HBM Österreich

Paul Mittermayr, BAMM Dr. Mittermayr Scientific GmbH & Co KG


„Prüfung und Bewertung der fahrtechnischen Eigenschaften – Fahrsicherheit und Fahrwegbeanspruchung – von Schienenfahrzeugen am Beispiel der neuen EN 14363:2016“

Andreas Haigermoser, Leiter Innovationsmanagement Drehgestelle, Siemens AG Österreich


„Quo Vadis Radialstellung“

Thomas Kolbe, Leiter Prüfungen Fahrtechnik, Internationale Zulassung,DB Systemtechnik GmbH


„Ein generisches Verschleißmodell für Schienenfahrzeuge – Betriebsbeobachtung und Parametrisierung am Beispiel der Bremsen-Lebensdauerprognose“

Christian Moser, TU Graz

Boris Andre Prehofer, Siemens AG Österreich

11:00 - 12:45

Mittagspause

12:45 - 13:45

Lunch

12:45 - 13:45

Intro & Session 3 – Topic Area Stresses on Infrastructure and Vehicles

 

Intro:

„Digitization and Automation in Railway Infrastructure – Innovative Fields Really in Radical Change?“

Michael Walter, Head of LCM staff and Innovation, AFR-Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)

Thomas Petraschek, Team Leader Innovations of LCM Staff and Innovations, AFR-Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)


„From Deadline-oriented to Condition-based Maintenance“

Hannes Stefko, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Enterprise Business Unit Austria, IBM

Gérard Presle, Managing Director of the Austrian Society for Traffic and Transportation (ÖVG) Working Group for Railway Engineering (track)

13:45 - 14:40

Session 4 – Topic Area Safety, Environment, Measurement and Testing Technology

 

„Presentation of Noise Indices for Rail Transport by the New European Harmonized Calculation Methods

Christian Kirisits, Civil Engineers Office Kirisits (ZT-Büro) / MedUni Vienna

Martin Jaksch, “psiacoustic” Environmental Research and Engineering GmbH (Umweltforschungs- und Engineering GmbH)


„Circular arcs and non-circular wheels – Measurements, Analysis and Results of Sound Engineering Characteristics“

Günter Dinhobl, LCM Staff and Innovations, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Thomas Maly, Institute of Traffic Sciences (Verkehrswissenschaften), Vienna University of Technology

14:40- 15:50

break

15:50 - 16:20

Session 5 – Topic Area Environment, Measurement and Testing Technology -Topic Area Big Data Railroad Transport:

 

Safety, Environment, Measurement and Testing Technology

„Acoustic Diagnosis of Wheel Bearings“

Andreas Konrad, Progress Rail Inspection & Information Systems


Big Data Railway Operations

„Glass Track (Gläserner Fahrweg) – Data-based Maintenance Management in Local Transport“

Thomas Hammer, Railway Construction, Vienna Lines (Wiener Linien)


„Superstructure (Track)- Monitoring Systems for the Evaluation of Monoblock Wheels in the Viennese Underground Network“

Thomas Hauser, Technical Inspection Body, Vienna Lines (Wiener Linien)


„The Development of Measurement Technology in the Scope of Rail Vehicle – Type Tests, from Indicators through Big Data to Smart Data?“

 Helmut Hutterer, , Systems Technology, Head of Machine Technology Measurement Group, AFR-Production (ÖBB-Produktion GmbH)


„Two surveys on the European Track Position as a Background for the EN 13848“

Werner Hanreich, Department of Railway Engineering-Measurement Technology, AFR Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)

Frédéric Coudert, Chairman of the WG28 on behalf of French State Railway (SNCF-Reseau)


„Application of Drones at AFR Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG) and the Analysis of the Resulting Information and Data“

Wolfgang Zottl, LCM staff and Innovations, AFR Infrastructure (ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG)

16:20 - 18:00

End

18:00

Mittagspause

12:45 - 13:45

Intro & Session 3 – Themenbereich Infrastruktur und Fahrzeuge

 

Intro:

„Digitalisierung und Automatisierung in Eisenbahninfrastruktur – Innovationsfelder tatsächlich im Umbruch?“

Michael Walter, Leiter Stab LCM und Innovationen, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Thomas Petraschek, Teamleiter Innovationen des Stabes LCM und Innovationen, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG


„Von der fristenorientierten- zur zustandsbasierenden Instandhaltung“

Hannes Stefko, CTO Enterprise Business Unit Austria, IBM

Gérard Presle, Geschäftsführer des ÖVG-Arbeitskreises Eisenbahntechnik (Fahrweg)

13:45 - 14:40

Session 4 – Sicherheit, Umwelt, Mess- und Prüftechnik

 

„Darstellung von Lärmindizes für Schienenverkehr durch das neue europäische harmonisierte Berechnungsverfahren“

Christian Kirisits, ZT-Büro Kirisits / MedUni Wien

Martin Jaksch, psiacoustic Umweltforschungs- und Engineering GmbH


„Runde Bögen und unrunde Räder – Messungen, Analysen und Ergebnisse der schalltechnischen Eigenheiten“

Günter Dinhobl, Stab LCM und Innovationen, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Thomas Maly, Institut für Verkehrswissenschaften, TU Wien

14:40 - 15:50

Pause

15:50 - 16:20

Session 5 – Themenbereiche Sicherheit, Umwelt, Mess- und Prüftechnik sowie Big Data Eisenbahnverkehr

 

Themenbereich Sicherheit, Umwelt, Mess- und Prüftechnik

 „Akustische Diagnose von Radsatzlagern“

Andreas Konrad, Progress Rail Inspection & Information Systems


Themenbereich Big Data Eisenbahnverkehr

 „Der Gläserne Fahrweg – Datenbasiertes Instandhaltungsmanagement im Nahverkehr“

Thomas Hammer, Bahnbau, Wiener Linien


„Oberbau-Monitoringanlagen zur Beurteilung von Monoblockrädern im Netz der Wiener U-Bahn“

Thomas Hauser, Technische Prüfstelle, Wiener Linien


„Die Entwicklung der Messtechnik im Rahmen von Schienenfahrzeug – Typprüfungen, von Kennziffern über Big Data zu Smart Data?“

 Helmut Hutterer, Systemtechnik, Leiter Maschinentechnische Messgruppe, ÖBB-Produktion GmbH


„Zwei Surveys zur europäischen Gleislage als Background für die EN 13848“

Werner Hanreich, Fachbereich Fahrwegtechnik–Messtechnik, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Frédéric Coudert, Vorsitzender der WG28 im Namen der SNCF-Reseau


„Anwendung von Drohnen bei der ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG und die Auswertung der daraus entstehenden Informationen und Daten“

Wolfgang Zottl, Stab LCM und Innovationen, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

16:20 - 18:00

Ende der Veranstaltung

18:00

WHAT TO EXPECT

Topic Area Stresses on Infrastructure and Vehicles:

Wheel-Rail forces, wear and tear, causes of damage for wheel and rail, limits and increase of availability of the infrastructure and vehicles, comfort, life cycle costs.

Topic Area Safety, Environment, Measurement and Testing Technology:

Railway engineering, implementation of the EU Environmental Noise Directive, acoustic assessment, damages in wheel-rail systems.

Measurement procedures for noise, vibrations, forces and tensions, measurement procedures for track position

Topic Area Big Data Railroad Transport:

Best Practice solutions, data management and pattern recognition from a variety of data.

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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I get to the venue?

You can find the exact address in the Location field . Public transport and a shuttle bus ( please book at registration ) are provided  from Vienna Heiligenstadt station .

What about accommodation?

The cost of the hotel accommodation and travel is not included in the event fee.

What payment types do you accept?

All payments will be made exclusively by bank transfer.

Can I get a refund on my tickets?

The tickets can be canceled up to 3 weeks before the event . The ticket costs will be refunded minus a handling fee of € 20. If you cancel at a later date so the cost will be 100 % of the registration fee . The free naming of a replacement participant is possible at any time .

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EVENT LOCATION

Raiffeisen Lecture Hall, IST Austria

Am Campus 1,

3400, Klosterneuburg

Time: 08.00 – 18.00

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