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036 App for factsheets

Published: 21 August 2015

The aim of the project is to supply the railway industry with tools for monitoring the industry-wide ratios. Examples of such indicators are: a) traffic situations; b) the runway robustness and availability; c) vehicle robustness and availability; d) industry collaboration; and e) the maintenance.

The aim of the project is to supply the railway industry with tools for monitoring the industry-wide ratios. Examples of such indicators are: a) traffic situations; b) runway robustness and availability; c) vehicle robustness and availability; d) industry collaboration; and e) the maintenance. The goal of the project is to develop a tool for business that allows the opportunity for follow-up of so-called industry-wide key performance indicators over time. Project strategy is to develop a Demonstrator An App for visualization of key performance indicators (max 5 pcs.) with the history and the opportunity to be able to click through to immerse themselves in the underlying information. This demonstrator will be used to follow changes in track portion 119 over time. The visualization of the ratios should tentatively be made hierarchically or in a matrix.

results Description

In three plant types, the number of errors decreased sharply from 2014 to 2015 relative to other types of plant and year. These are: positioning; signal; and switchgear, RBC and line-blocking. Three considerations touching the availability indicator that should be taken into consideration are: the ability to break down the bar to get closer to the causes of the indicator values; period of calculation; and the use of the median, mean and registered recovery times in the calculation. The choices you make in a software implementation can update afterwards with experience application. A feature of feleffektmatrisen, so that it is applied in this study, is that it is affected by time schedules and adding time.

Project manager: Christer Stenström, LTU, christer.stenstrom@ltu.se

Project partners: Luleå University of Technology, the Swedish Transport Administration