Traffic Management: Current Trends and Perspectives

09:00 TRAIN LOCALISATION

Making GPS work inside tunnels to locate trains and people

  • Nobody did it until today. What is the solution of Syntony?
  • Deployment of Subwave solution along the tunnels
  • Use cases

Multi-Sensor Train Localisation - Architecture and Performance

  • On-Board Inertial Referencing System
  • Layered System Architecture
  • «Big Data» based Performance Evaluation

Evaluation of a fully train-borne localisation algorithm

  • Train-borne localisation (and mapping) filter
  • Practical evaluation with real GNSS and IMU data
COFFEE BREAK
11:00 MAXIMISE EFFICIENCY - MANAGING TRAFFIC

Technological approaches for maximising capacity

  • Digitalisation and Automation provide technologies to improve railway operation
  • Accurate, real-time localisation and train integrity supervision are highly important for efficient traffic management
  • Real-time, reliable communication and data analysis can help to keep operation fluid

Train localisation in command and control 4.0

  • Demands of transition to new types of train detection and tracking
  • Integration of GNSS-based positioning with other means
  • DAS as part of train command and control 4.0

100% availability in signalling - generating true value with Railigent

  • Availability is one key driver for return from rail assets. By using data and high end analytics, Railigent helps to manage the asset performance, understand the condition and predict upcoming failures.
  • Railigent as open ecosystem provides the basis for value adding operational decisions
  • Current status in the rail industry
LUNCH BREAK
14:00 FREIGHT TRANSPORT 4.0

Industrial Internet of Things for Railways

  • Co-creation and Design Thinking
  • The KUBE concept and positioning
  • KUBE use cases for infrastructure and rolling stock

Autonomous shunting - research results from Galileo Online: GO!

  • High-precision GNSS based vehicle tracking
  • Bi-directional communication between vehicles, infrastructure and shunting service
  • Fully automated shunting process for future applications

Digitalisation in railway: automated vehicle identification with RFID

  • Automated vehicle identification with RFID according to EN 17230, how it’s done
  • Insights to successful process digitalisation and business applications at SBB
  • Wayside intelligence, the future of wayside train monitoring systems using automated vehicle identification
COFFEE BREAK
16:00 DIGITALISATION, TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS

Security for functional safety

  • Security concept for functional safety controllers
  • How to encrypt safe communication

Implementing edge based cyber security for signalling networks

  • Why traditional L2 VLAN approach for vital communications does not comply to OT Cybersecurity standards
  • Benefits of using Layer 3 routing vs Layer 2 VLANs
  • Maintaining fast network topology recovery in a hybrid L2/L3 networking environment
  • Pragmatic approach to apply Cybersecurity standards in a Layer 3 signalling network
  • Real world examples of L3 signalling systems

Potential of georeferenced railway infrastructure data

  • Safe and reliable railway systems require solid track data
  • High efficiency sensor measurement system runs at speeds of up to 140 km/h during normal train operations to scan your infrastructure accurately

NETWORKING DINNER

19:00 SCHÖNBRUNN ORANGERY

WDF 2019

Intelligent tracking solutions

The 5th edition of the WDF provides an ideal platform for a wide range of railway experts from across the globe. The streams of the conference focus on innovative sensing and tracking solutions for train localisation and asset condition monitoring. Share latest insights, exchange experiences and expand your network.