The aim of the project was to create better decision-making and follow-up documentation for project maintenance Transport Administration and the results of the subproject may be used in undergraduate and graduate studies at Luleå University. This is done by connecting Trackoptic services developed to film railway infrastructure from the regular trains and record observations train drivers on the track, with eMaintenance365 cloud service that visualizes and analyzes the track and vehicle permits and permit development. This is to speed up the development of diagnosis and prognosis for decision support that can regularly monitor the conditions of the infrastructure and its environment evolve. Since the information is used to visualize and communicate discrepancies to the persons responsible within the Transport Administration and the performing track maintenance. Thus helping subproject to a more robust plant and a safer and more efficient track maintenance.
Track Optics application tågförarnas plates would be provided with integrated button that train drivers can press the emergency reports, which reports the precise GPS location. The solution became four distinct buttons. The function driver reporting is a service that allows drivers to their flat in the cab supplements acute misreporting. By pressing a button on the plate complemented error reporting with asian GPS position and with the filmed material and directions. For example, this is a big help at the location and tracking of wounded game. It took even test run of bringing rap by the driver of the train, that is, in a real situation. Feature voice recording at the non-emergency measures were not tested in real-life situation. The feature is meant to be used in non-emergency reporting, for example, errors in the infrastructure that is not urgent. This feature has Trafikverket today lack the resources and organization to receive and organize, but the focus was instead on emergency reports.
Project partners: Trackoptic AB, the Swedish Transport Administration, Luleå University of Technology, eMaintenance365