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Systems engineering, rail signalling and control systems
Thursday, April 21 from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Hear the perspectives from two industry recognised speakers, Vijay Kumar and Myles Gatherer, as they share their experience of systems engineering applied in the context of signalling and train control.
Vijay will describe how the application of systems engineering principles helps major projects be more predictable and better managed using three sample projects. Myles will discuss challenges and highlight opportunities that should be sought from the application of GoA4 train control systems from a Track Asset Manager’s perspective. A key learning is understanding the GoA4 interfaces with track and operational infrastructure.
Please join RTAA and SESA Transport Working Group (TWG) for this event to hear from some of the recognised leaders in the Transport Sector.
Associate Director Engineering, Sydney Metro
Vijay Kumar is a Fellow of Engineers Australia FIEAust, Fellow of IRSE (FIRSE), MIEEE, MINCOSE, APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus) and RPEQ with over 32 years of Railway engineering experience. He is a Chartered Engineer (UK) and Chartered Professional Engineer – CPEng (Engineers Australia) and holds NER registration with Engineers Australia.
Asset Manager – Track and Civil Structures, Metro Trains Sydney
Myles is a Chartered Engineer with the Institution of Civil Engineers. He is the Track and Civils Asset Manager for Metro Trains Sydney; the O&M contractor for the first driverless passenger railway in Australia. His domain is Track and Civil Structures in the context of Asset Management. He has worked for Mott MacDonald, Network Rail, Keolis Amey Docklands, Arup and Balfour Beatty over a 13-year career in Australia and the UK.