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Date 00.00.001 Application of Innovation and Technology to reduce the Safety Risk at Level Crossings and deliver Value for Money Name of presenter here.

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1 Date 00.00.001 Application of Innovation and Technology to reduce the Safety Risk at Level Crossings and deliver Value for Money Name of presenter here

2 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section2 Summary of our presentation Background Current situation on Network Rail Where are we now – technology and innovation Examples of some successes on Network Rail Final Summary

3 Date 00.00.00Presentation title to go here3 Introduction Around 7000 crossings Broad types –Controlled –Fully automatic –Passive Rights of way date back over 150 years, Requirement to be fully fenced.

4 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section4 Summary of crossing types

5 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section5 History and Society – how to balance? Most LX date from the 19 Century Road/rail interface completely changed since then Society doesnt accept accidents How do we balance:-

6 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section6 History and Society – how to balance? What do we need to balance? –Safety risk (direct from system failure), –Safety risk (indirect from crossing misuse), –Our reputation as a safe, efficient provider of transport, –Our legal obligations and……….costs How do we understand the risks? What are our challenges?

7 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section7 Current challenges Operating a busy, high speed railway, Need to deliver a reliable and safe train service, Working within a strict legal and regulatory environment, In a society –Which expects railways to be 100% safe, –Which wants to find someone to blame, –Where road users are impatient and will not tolerate delay.

8 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section8 Understanding the risks Railway safety risk model, ALCRM, Road and crossing user behaviour. Abuse and misuse…….a few examples

9 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section9 Establishing a safety target What does society expect of us – 100%, What does the government expect – that we have done all that is reasonably practicable, Need to understand where we are now, Need to understand how changes will alter the risk, Within a need to be financially efficient, What is safe enough?

10 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section10 Need clear strategies and policies Clear safety policy Clear technology policy Clear asset policy We can Eliminate Educate Enforce Enhance and engineer

11 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section11 LX Technology Level Crossing Technology Strategy –Defining priorities aligned with policy –Clarity of Vision –Sharing with suppliers and stakeholders

12 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section12 LX Technology Value for Money –Understanding the cost centres associated with the delivery of level crossings –Identifying where the opportunities for new technology exists –Identifying problems where Innovation is required –Developing output based requirement specifications

13 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section13 MCB CCTV LXEU Crossing Diagram

14 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section14 LX Technology Innovation –A structured process to solving identified problems –Think, Explore, Prove, Do

15 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section15 LX Technology Innovation –Process applied to User Worked Crossings –Resulted in Sudbury GPS trial

16 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section16 GPS Train Location – SB Equipment PC using Internet can show map display or a basic line schematic Consulted when answering telephone to give permission to cross Basic Line Schematic will show eta at a crossing at line speed Coloured RED as warning if eta is 4 min or less Cant show you the real thing yet…. But not dissimilar to this

17 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section17 Manned Controlled Barriers- Obstacle Detection Graduates August 2012 Brian Mulvana

18 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section18 Honeywell Radar Equipment

19 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section19 The low Level Gap

20 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section20 MCB-OD: LIDAR Application LIDAR guaranteed detection is a 115mm target @ 13m range. – Which will miss a childs leg at 13m – So one LIDAR is set low to detect a prone pedestrian – The other is set high enough to catch a childs body

21 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section21 Reduced cost User Worked Crossing

22 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section22 Final summary

23 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section23 Putting it into practice Need a Level Crossing Policy, Publicity – hearts and minds, Agree what is safe enough Deliver for the right price Cost effective enhancements Working with our regulator, highways agencies and public can deliver a safe, efficient network at a cost the country can afford.

24 Date 00.00.00Create your footer by changing copy in the Header and Footer section24 Thank you for your attention


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