RT&S Virtual Conference: Track Geometry & Rail Flaw Detection 2024

RT&S Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection
July 11, 2024 - July 11, 2024 | Virtual Conference | Start time: 2pm ET, End time: 3:30pm ET

Event Info

The RT&S Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection Virtual Conference—scheduled for July 11, 2024—will cover the importance of and best practices for maintaining proper track geometry, as well as the most recent updates in rail flaw detection.

Attend the live broadcast and ask our experts your own questions!

Maintaining proper track geometry, including grinding and milling, is both an economic and safety issue. Economic in that proper geometry will prolong the life of rail, and safety because improperly maintained geometry can lead to derailments.

In addition to track geometry, we’ll cover the latest rail flaw detection methods. Serious rail flaws can lead to disastrous consequences if not caught early and remedied.

A must-attend for Class I railroads, short lines, consulting firms, and suppliers alike.

Speakers Include

Brad Spencer Dir., Track Testing, CSX
Lariza Stewart Dir., Business Dev., Ensco Rail; V. Chair, Committee 2, Track Measurement & Assessment Systems, AREMA
J. Riley Edwards Asst. Professor, RailTEC, Univ. of IL at Urbana-Champaign
David Lester



Sponsorships are available for this event. Contact Jonathan Chalon to discover the marketing opportunities we offer: Jonathan Chalon, Publisher: (212) 620-7224, [email protected].

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case study

All times are ET

2:00 pm
David Lester, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S

CSX Best Practices
Brad Spencer, Director, Track Testing, CSX

Autonomous Track Geometry Inspection in High-Speed Transit : A Case Study of Brightline
Lariza Stewart, Director of Business Development, Ensco Rail; Vice Chair, Committee 2 Track Measurement & Assessment Systems, AREMA (sponsored presentation)

Use of Laser Triangulation and Deep Neural Networks (DNNs) for Railway Track Condition and Safety Inspections
J. Riley Edwards, Assistant Professor, Railtec, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

David Lester, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S

Broadcast Ends


The RT&S Track Geometry and Rail Flaw Detection Virtual Conference will cover the importance of—and best practices for—maintaining proper track geometry, as well as the most recent updates in rail flaw detection.

The 2023 conference attracted over 400 registrants, including engineering and maintenance-of-way professionals from Class I railroads, passenger transit, and regional or shortline railroads.

Our sponsorship packages encompass vital lead generation and brand awareness, as well as the opportunity to speak directly to audience members.

Review our offerings and speak with publisher Jonathan Chalon to discover how sponsoring this virtual event can help you achieve your sales and marketing goals: [email protected]; 212-620-7224.