The Rail Technical Strategy (RTS), identifies five priorities that are key to the future of the railway and require a step change in the technical solutions. This webinar, the last in a series addressing each of the five identified priorities, will focus on ‘Data Driven’.
Overcoming the barriers to greater awareness and exploitation of the industry’s data assets will unlock a multitude of new opportunities to better serve customers, drive efficiency and target further technological progress. The ‘Data driven’ priority sets out goals for data, recognised as a highly valuable asset, to have fit for purpose governance, access arrangements, systems and technical skills. These building blocks underpin the progression of all the other functional priorities which each have their own specific data requirements and opportunities.
With a keynote address from Will Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Mobility Limited, join us to explore a selection of activity underway in this space and engage with this RTS functional priority and its routemap in more detail.
We invite you to explore the RTS content for this priority here.
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Britain’s railway must increase the speed at which research, and innovation is conducted and put into action to improve performance and reduce costs. This will be vital to attract customers back to the railway in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. The requirement to invest in forward–looking technical solutions from development to successful deployment is more prominent now than ever before.
Senior rail leaders from across the industry have reaffirmed their commitment for the shift needed in innovation set out in this latest edition of the Rail Technical Strategy (RTS). This RTS identifies five priorities that are key to the future of the railway and require a step change in the technical solutions used:
Visit the RTS website to find out more: www.railtechnicalstrategy.co.uk