Using energy harvesting sensors to create intelligent, self-monitoring systems, Perpetuum has announced it will be speaking at the Middle East Rail Expo, 7th-8th March 2017. Now in its 11th year, Middle East Rail, held in Dubai, will welcome over 400 exhibitors, gathering to meet the operational needs of regional rail operators, and is expecting more than 8,000 visitors.
Perpetuum’s seminar at 11.30am on the 7th March in the Technology Demos Theatre is entitled ‘Maximise your timetable through continuous, real-time condition monitoring of every wheel-rail interface,’ and will show how the company’s rolling stock and track condition monitoring services will help rail operators maximise their operations and assets. The technology is proven and deployed throughout the world, including Europe and Asia Pacific with more than 7,000 sensors in service.
Perpetuum will also be exhibiting the award winning, self-powered wireless sensor technology, which, combined with its vibration engineering expertise and rich analytics, provides real time information to enable ‘in-flight’ monitoring and diagnostics for trains, akin to that already commonplace in aircraft.
Justin Southcombe, Perpetuum’s Commercial Manager said: “We are very much looking forward to demonstrating our award-winning technology at the Middle East Rail 2017.”
Southcombe added: “There are great opportunities in the Middle East for Perpetuum’s remote condition monitoring system and we are keen to showcase just what it can do for those in the rail industry around the world.”