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Population growth and urbanization is driving a capacity crunch in rail. With more than two-thirds of the world’s population expected to live in urban areas by 2050, there is mounting pressure to enable our existing rail networks to achieve more, through increased levels of availability and driving the highest levels of productivity possible. Today, rail networks are managed by an abundance of disparate tools and measuring devices. The average rail network may use in excess of 20 different software packages, each with their own interface, data set and process.

Owners and operators are faced with a sea of unintegrated data, often left to join the dots on their own and to make critical decisions based on incomplete information. This presents a huge challenge for owners and operators. They lack a single, consolidated view of their network along with the real-time data required to make accurate decisions.

How do network owners and maintenance operators address the digitization of the network and in doing so, enable their networks to fully leverage the power of IoT, Predictive Maintenance, and the Intelligent Cloud?

Technical Leaders from WillowRail will speak about how this industry first software has been developed and launched in Europe and talk about the benefits and impacts for the future rail network.

This session discusses the driving forces behind the digital enablement of rail and how WillowRail is enabling rail operators, managers, engineers and maintenance staff to make accurate, timely, and contextual decisions to improve the performance and reliability of their rail networks.

Who's Presenting

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Daniel Kalnins

VP – Infrastructure Solutions, Willow

VP – Infrastructure Solutions, Willow

Biographie

As the Vice President of Infrastructure Solutions, Daniel is responsible for the strategy and implementation of Willow's offering for services and software across the Infrastructure sector. Daniel's passion is to drive practical outcomes with people and software for physical infrastructure in the built world. He is also internationally recognised as one of Australia's leading Digital Engineering experts. As a Chartered Mechanical Engineer, Daniel has 15 years of Design and Construction experience tendering and delivering over $30billion of Engineering projects in Major Infrastructure & Buildings accompanied by a strong experience in business via a previously owned mobile Apps company.

Population growth and urbanization is driving a capacity crunch in rail. With more than two-thirds of the world’s population expected to live in urban areas by 2050, there is mounting pressure to enable our existing rail networks to achieve more, through increased levels of availability and driving the highest levels of productivity possible. Today, rail networks are managed by an abundance of disparate tools and measuring devices. The average rail network may use in excess of 20 different software packages, each with their own interface, data set and process.

Owners and operators are faced with a sea of unintegrated data, often left to join the dots on their own and to make critical decisions based on incomplete information. This presents a huge challenge for owners and operators. They lack a single, consolidated view of their network along with the real-time data required to make accurate decisions.

How do network owners and maintenance operators address the digitization of the network and in doing so, enable their networks to fully leverage the power of IoT, Predictive Maintenance, and the Intelligent Cloud?

Technical Leaders from WillowRail will speak about how this industry first software has been developed and launched in Europe and talk about the benefits and impacts for the future rail network.

This session discusses the driving forces behind the digital enablement of rail and how WillowRail is enabling rail operators, managers, engineers and maintenance staff to make accurate, timely, and contextual decisions to improve the performance and reliability of their rail networks.

Jack Chivers

Product Lead, WillowRail

Jack Chivers is the Product Lead on the WillowRail application at Willow. His role is to envision, create and communicate the product vision and roadmap by managing input across all stakeholders concerning the WillowRail product. His mission is to ensure clear and effective communication of the product ‘what and why’ to all levels of stakeholders both internally and externally, from the development team to the customer. This requires strong and clear communication and people management skills as well as sound understanding of the underlying technology being applied to create the product solution.

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