28 April 2015 - Paris UIC HQ

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28 April 2015 - Paris UIC HQ
28 April 2015 - Paris UIC HQ
4th UIC RailTopoModel and
railML Conference
TOWARDS A UNIVERSAL TOPOLOGY MODEL FOR RAILWAYS AND EXCHANGE FORMAT FOR INFRASTRUCTURE
This conference will demonstrate and provide you with the results we committed
ourselves to in October 2013, at the onset of the project.
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This structuring foundation is designed to support fundamental activities in infrastructure asset
management and train operations. Purpose is interoperability in railway data exchange, with a high
level of quality, reliability and performance while reducing costs.
Means are open standards and a shared toolset:
» A common language on business objects:
rail topology at all levels (tracks, lines, corridors), multiple referencing and positioning
systems (linear, geographical), installations
and properties (described by spot, linear, or
surface objects), routes, business events
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- Quality Toolbox to check quality
of raiML files (sender or receiver side)
- Geographical Viewer to visualize
railML files
» A first operational application to generate specific “RINF xml”
file directly from your generic railML file, to ensure quick, low
cost, errorless data provision to the European Register of
Infrastructure.
Indeed, one generic railML data extracts from your data repository will provide the answer to most business or regulatory
requirements.
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Agenda 28 April 2015
9:30 - 16:30 UIC HQ
16 rue Jean Rey 75015 Paris
Welcome
Success story : Eurocontrol
Hubert Lepori, Eurocontrol
Rail Topographic modelling in the context of new EU Needs
Nicola Lelli, UIC
Achievements
Status
What has been accomplished since 2013 ?
Alain Jeanmaire, SNCF Réseau
railML Viewer & validator : an open tool for an open standard
Dr. Martin Lehnert, TU Dresden
UIC RailTopoModel : the foundation to a single, multipurpose infrastructure description scheme
Nicolas Gatez, Gilles Dessagne,
INFRABEL, SNCF Réseau
railML 3: the emerging standard for infrastructure data
Christian Rahmig, railML.org
Perspectives
Answering market needs
Q&A
Alain Jeanmaire
SNCF Réseau
Business
Business cases & processes
Data exchange in the rail industry, a global view: 10 use cases, one solution
Winfried Stix, ÖBB, Anthony Smith, BLS
The Norwegian case: Capacity planning and the added value of standardized data
Formalizing the interlocking, the next frontier
Christian Knittler, Jernbaneverket
Bob Janssen, railML.org
Governance
What is the best organization to serve the business ?
We are not alone - UIC standards and other projects
railML: three options - is the free one also most efficient?
Towards an open community for rail information systems
Conclusion
Airy Magnien, UIC
Vasco Paul Kolmorgen, railML.org
Alain Jeanmaire, SNCF Réseau
Are you ready to embrace the new standard ? Ready to contribute to it ?
Marc Antoni, UIC
See you at the 4rd UIC RailTopoModel and railML conference, which will be followed by the
annual railML autumn community meeting on April 29th 2015, all at UIC in Paris.