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To achieve true transformation and a more efficient and reliable infrastructure network, the rail sector must do more and work faster to adopt new technologies and innovations.
On 9 July, join the James Forrest lecture to explore how the rail sector can accelerate new technologies and products from research into market applications.
Delegates will hear key insights from research activity at the UK Rail Research Innovation’s Centres for Excellence, and explore the next steps needed to take rail innovations to implementation.
Speakers from Transport for London, Network Rail and the Quinton Rail Technology Centre will cover:
Graham Lewis from Network Rail will present a case study on innovation in drainage and water management on the rail network.
This event contributes to ICE’s Digital knowledge programme and will be the setting for the third event in the UK Rail Research Innovation Network (UKRRIN) and Railway Engineers Forum (REF) lecture series. An innovative series focusing on the four UKRRIN Centres of Excellence, their capabilities, and the future of rail in the UK.
Jenny Cooke is Chair of the Rail Engineers Forum (REF), a multi-disciplinary body drawn from professional institutions with strong railway interests.
Jenny has been ICE’s nominated representative on the forum since 2017 and as Chair, she has been working to help engineering institutions support practicing rail engineers with the lifelong learning needed to thrive in a fast-changing world. She has been particularly interested in leading the REF to address developing digital and data science skills which can help engineers turn data into wise decisions.
As well as her activities with ICE and REF, Jenny is Senior Project Engineer (Buildings and Civils) at Network Rail’s Route Services division, an entrepreneurial team of building and civil engineers providing engineering support for asset management and third party funded schemes.
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