RSSB hosts a number of rail industry events, both at its
London offices in Moorgate and other venues across the country, to encourage debate and discussion around the products and services RSSB delivers to support the rail industry.
The RSSB Events programme of conferences, workshops and training courses covers all aspects of rail safety and standards, innovation and research and development. The majority of our events are free to attend but some are limited by invitation only.
To find out more about our events programme contact
Rail Technology Showcase
8 March 2017
The Studio, Manchester
Using technology to build a modern railway - a showcase event
The industry’s vision for how technology can be used to create a better railway is articulated by the
Rail Technical Strategy (RTS). We would like to invite you to come and find out more about the strategy and to get early access to the new RTS Capability Delivery Plan, that is being led by the industry's Technical Leadership group (TLG) on behalf of the Rail Delivery Group and Rail Supply Group, at a showcase event on Wednesday 8th March 2017 at
The Studio , Manchester.
This showcase event will provide you with an opportunity to contribute to how we are going to deliver the plan; to explore the RTS programme plan and to see first-hand examples of research & development and technology demonstration projects.
Find out more and register
Robotics and autonomous system Dissemination event
25 May 2017
Register now to attend this interactive event, which will include presentations, panels, videos, animations and live demos, as well as the chance to get a ticket to see the Science’s Museum’s blockbuster Robots Exhibition on the same day!
This event will showcase the results of four academic-led feasibility studies funded through a £250,000 research competition run in 2016 by RSSB, through RRUKA.
The competition sought blue-sky ideas for using robotics and autonomous systems for rolling stock maintenance, servicing and inspection, with a focus on key industry challenges such as: reducing maintenance time to improve capacity; reducing whole-life costs; and improving safety by enhancing the reliability of rolling stock inspections.
Join us at the Science Museum on 25 May (12:00 to 16:30) to find out more about:
- The potential for using automated inspection and additive manufacturing for wheelset repairs (University of Birmingham)
- How big data and artificial intelligence can be applied to non-destructive testing of wheelsets (Southampton Solent University)
- Designs for anautonomous system to service fluids on passenger trains (Brunel University)
the mechanical and software challenges of creating a fully autonomous cab-front cleaning robot (Cranfield University)
For more details and to register visit RRUKA
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Risk Management Forum
13 June 2017
The Studio, Birmingham
This is an annual one day conference for safety risk managers and practitioners to share, develop and steer good practice in managing risk on Britain’s railways. The event is facilitated by RSSB and run on a non-profit making basis.
This year the theme of the conference is ‘Taking Safe Decisions’
For more information and to register click here.
Big Data Risk Analysis Symposium (BDRA)
14 June 2017, Birmingham
The BDRA is an annual event previously hosted by the University of Huddersfield. This year RSSB and the University of Huddersfield are collaborating to provide you with an event that will see discussion on the basic tools of BDRA and the development of novel tools for risk analysis in the GB railway industry.
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