Condition Monitoring System

Colin Burton (Inventor), Stephen Baker (Inventor), Jay Walser (Inventor), Manus Henry (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

The present invention relates to condition monitoring and in particular relates to a system for monitoring condition of a railways installation such as a points machine. The system includes a distributed array of sensors adapted to gather data regarding the status of elements of the installation with which the sensors are associated.
The monitoring system may utilize advanced algorithms to process the data for a variety of purposes including predicting failure of equipment, developing efficient
maintenance schedules and managing railway assets in general.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberEP1390246A1
IPCG08B 21/18
Priority date8/05/01
Filing date8/05/02
Publication statusPublished - 25 Feb 2004
Externally publishedYes

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  • Condition Monitoring System

    Burton, C., Baker, S., Walser, J. & Henry, M., 15 Aug 2018, IPC No. B61L 23/00, B61L 25/06, G08B 21/18, Patent No. EP1390246B1, 8 May 2002, Priority date 8 May 2001, Priority No. AU0200570W

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  • Condition monitoring system

    Burton, C., Baker, S., Walser, J. & Henry *, M., 17 Mar 2004, IPC No. B61L 25/06 23/00, G08B 21/18, Patent No. GB2392987A, 8 May 2002, Priority date 8 May 2001, Priority No. AUPR4832A

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  • Condition monitoring system

    Baker, S., Walser, J., Burton, C. & Henry, M., 26 Aug 2004, IPC No. G06F 7/00 , Patent No. US2004167686A1, 8 May 2002, Priority date 8 May 2001, Priority No. AUPR4832

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