RT&S Virtual Conference: Track Geometry & Rail Flaw Detection

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July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021 | Virtual Conference | On Demand Now, 90 minutes

Event Info

The RT&S Virtual Conference on Track Geometry & Rail Flaw Detection is available on demand now.

The RT&S Virtual Conference on Track Geometry & Rail Flaw Detection will cover the latest best practices and research on track geometry and rail flaw detection.

By attending this event, participants will receive the latest research from the Transportation Technology Center, Inc., best practices from a major Class 1 operator, and learn about a unique job in the Maintenance-of-Way market.

All those involved in track maintenance and track construction will find this event valuable to their operations.

Best Practices on Rail Maintenance from CSX

Brad Spencer

Director of Track Testing, CSX
Canadian National’s Annual Plan Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection

Rahim Karmali

Chief of Advanced Products & Technologies, CN
Latest Research Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection from TTCI

Anish Poudel

Principal Investigator for Nondestructive Evaluation, Transportation Technology Center, Inc.
Latest Research Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection from TTCI

Abe Meddah

Principal Investigator, Transportation Technology Center, Inc.

Sponsorships
Sponsorships are available for this event. Contact Jonathan Chalon at [email protected], 212.620.7224.

Questions?
Contact us at [email protected]

 

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All times listed are ET.

Moderator: Bill Wilson, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S

Welcome

Best Practices on Rail Maintenance from CSX
Brad Spencer, Director of Track Testing, CSX

ENCSO Rail Case Study
Matthew Dick, P.E., Division Manager, ENSCO Rail, Inc. | AREMA Committee 2 Chair –
Track Measurement & Assessment

Latest Research Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection from TTCI
Anish Poudel, Principal Investigator for Nondestructive Evaluation, Transportation Technology Center, Inc.

Holland Case Study
Sabri Cakdi, Director of Product Development, Holland

Latest Research Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection from TTCI
Abe Meddah, Principal Investigator, Transportation Technology Center, Inc.

Kawasaki Case Study
Mark Bendon, Business Development Senior Advisor, Kawasaki

Canadian National’s Annual Plan Regarding Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection
Rahim Karmali, Chief of Advanced Products & Technologies, Canadian National

Closing Remarks

Sponsorships

Throughout 2021, Railway Track & Structures is holding a series of virtual events aimed at educating attendees on various sectors of the Maintenance-of-Way market. Crossties, fasteners, track geometry, rail flaw detection and ballast maintenance are the subjects that will be presented by industry experts. The goal of this series is to provide the latest information and research that will be useful to engineers in the MoW field. The RT&S Virtual Conference: Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection is one of the events in this series.