INFRALERT aims to develop an expert-based information system to support and automate infrastructure management from measurement to maintenance.
This includes the collection, storage and analysis of inspection data, the determination of maintenance tasks necessary to keep the performance of the infrastructure system in optimal condition, and the optimal planning of interventions.
Developments will be demonstrated in two real-world pilots: a railway network in Sweden and a road network in Portugal.
Major Challenges and Main Outcomes of INFRALERT
Increase Infrastructure Capacity
Improving technologies and standard procedures
Increase Infrastructure CapacityDeveloping the information technologies and standard procedures applicable to linear transport systems in general.
Expert-based information system to support and automate infrastructure management
Artificial IntelligenceDeveloping expert-based toolkits built on artificial intelligence and optimization techniques to support decision making in maintenance planning, renewal and new construction
To integrate all previous models and tools
Cloud-based FrameworkIntegrating all previous models and tools in a cloud-based framework compatible with existing asset management systems.
Reliability and Safety
Ensuring service reliability and safety
Reliability and SafetyEnsuring service reliability and safety by minimising incidences and failures of decaying assets.
Keeping and Increasing the Availability
Optimising interventions and strategic long-term decisions
Keeping and Increasing the AvailabilityKeeping and increasing the availability by optimising operational maintenance interventions and strategic long-term decisions on new construction.
Ensuring the Operability
Under traffic disruptions due to interventions
Ensuring the OperabilityEnsuring the operability under traffic disruptions due to interventions.
The first Open Workshop of the INFRALERT project has been held on the 16th November 2016 at the EU Liaison […]
The first INFRALERT Open Workshop will take place on the 16th November 2016 at the premises of EU Liaison Office […]
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