07.10.2019 | The Polish railway fair TRAKO opened its doors for the European railway industry for the 13th time in Gdansk from 24 to 27 September 2019. ZEDAS GmbH celebrated its début as an exhibitor here alongside approximately 700 other exhibitors. TRAKO showed a renewed growth spurt in comparison to previous years.
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For a reliable and at the same time economical transport operation, the vehicles must be available at all times and meet all safety requirements. The service life of vehicles and vehicle components must be maximised and reliability and availability increased. Conventional maintenance practices are reaching their limits.
"The aim is therefore to provide all the information, analyses and forecasts for each vehicle type that are required for an optimal and predictive maintenance strategy," explains Gritt Hannusch, Head of Plant Management.
The safest remote maintenance end device is switched off. But it is important for the owners of a production system that employees and external service providers can access the systems. How can that work out in practice?
Using the zedas®asset Smart app, defects and faults at the track or the vehicle can be directly recorded on site and processed supported by checklists. Mark the exact position by means of GPS and store photos for the maintenance. All data are included in the central system management system for the condition evaluation of railway vehicles and infrastructure. Double recording, media disruptions and error sources are avoided. During the processing of orders, no matter whether on site in the track or in the workshop, maintenance information and error catalogues are available to the inspector in mobile form.