DEPOT AUTOMATION AND DIGITALIZED MAINTENANCE


  
  
 
 
  • Training
04/09/2019
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Singapore
  • Singapore

About: 

Urban pressure has lead us to reduce the surface area of bus depots while keeping it necessary activity in urban area. There would be classic solution as well as some innovative solutions. The new technologies and automation help a lot for efficiency in management of the depots. The automated parking, signalling systems enables the more productive layout planning as well as some disruptive innovations like multi storey depot system changes the game.  

Of course the impact of digitalisation, big data, Internet of Things (IoT) etc... will be also a massive game changer on all maintenance/asset management activities in public transport. The primary purpose of maintenance is to keep assets in a state where it can perform its prescribed function and duty (availability and reliability) at the optimum cost (Total Cost of Ownership). “Smarter” asset management is made possible through self-learning systems that not only make diagnosis, but predict failures and trigger maintenance duty orders. Data from multiple sources are processed to perform predictive analytics, based on forecasting of assets’ Remaining Useful Life (RUL).

In this Training Programme we will be focusing on the latest innovations on Depot Management and the Maintenance processes. 

Objectives

  • Explain the fundamentals of Depot Automation, Digitalized Maintenance and apply its principles to facility and fleet maintenance
  • Understand the effective implementation of a predictive maintenance programme for facilities and fleets
  • Estimate and schedule facility and fleet maintenance programmes
  • Understand the challenges on Spare parts and obsolescence management
  • Develop and justify budgets and staffing plans
  • Improve a vision for new digitalised depot management
  • Understand the basics for Implementation of multi storey depots
  • Measure and evaluate existing maintenance and asset management programmes
  • Manage human resource issues in maintenance

Target Audience

  • Project managers, product specialists/managers, engineers, operational experts and other professionals eager to learn more about Depot Automation, Digitalized Maintenance
  • Depot managers/engineers, Fleet Managers/engineers, Mechanics, Planning responsible.
  • Officials from design and contracting firms
  • Operators middle management responsible for investments and new projects.
  • Incumbent managers, supervisors, and coordinators from the following areas: Maintenance, Fleet, Facilities, Operations, Planning, Finance , Architecture
  • Public transport General Managers and Directors

Methodology

  • Interactive plenary sessions including overview of the topic, presentation and discussion of the latest trends and developments
  • Presentation of good practice examples by experts and students
  • Additional opportunity to exchange experiences and discuss hot topics during workshops in smaller groups.

Inspiring Trainers

Our skillful trainers are composed of international experts and professionals with extensive experience and knowledge in the strategic, operational and technological areas.

Trainers will be:

  • Mr Alok JAIN, former D. Operations Director of KMB Hong Kong and General Manager-Marketing of MTR Corporation and Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia, Hong Kong
  • Mr M.Emre KIRAN, Manager – Centre for Training, UITP
  • Ms Catherine NG, Senior Manager, LTA Singapore
  • Mr. CHANG Hao, Vice General Manager, International Business Department, Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd.

Speakers: 

Alok JAIN, former D. Operations Director of KMB Hong Kong and General Manager-Marketing of MTR Corporation and Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia, Hong Kong

M.Emre KIRAN, Manager – Centre for Training, UITP

Catherine NG, Senior Manager, LTA Singapore

CHANG Hao, Vice General Manager, International Business Department, Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd.

Programme: 

*UITP reserves the right to make amendments to the programme or any related activity

Session 1: Introduction to Public Transport Maintenance Management

  • Role of Maintenance in Operations
  • Organisation and structure of Maintenance Departments
  • Maintenance principles, levels, planning and programmes (preventive, corrective, predictive)
  • Contracting of Bus Maintenance

Session 2A: Asset Management and Asset Typology (Bus)

  • Introduction to the Asset Management in theory
  • General information about the assets management strategies
  • Challenges of the asset management
  • Costs, performance and risks to justify the decisions and actions concerning the assets

Session 2B: Asset Management and Asset Typology (Rail)

  • Critical assets in the Rail
  • Why asset management in Rail?
  • Types of the assets in Rail
  • Challenges of the asset management
  • Cases for the Asset management and risks management

Session 3: Spare parts and Obsolescence Management

  • Spare parts & Inventory Management
  • Spare part availability (OEM, third party..)
  • Integrated logistic support (ILS)
  • Various types of obsolescence
  • Strategies to overcome supply discontinuation
  • Cooperation across the supply chain

Session 4: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

  • Artificial intelligence in Public Transport
  • Strategies on Artificial intelligence
  • How can AI and Robots help the maintenance
  • Future trends in Public Transports

Session 5, 8 & 11: Group Work - In-house vs Outsourced Maintenance

Session 6: Depot Automation 

  • Design and Management of Depots
  • New Technologies for depot management
  • Automation strategies in Depot Management

Session 7: Maintenance of Fixed and Moving Assets

  • Asset typology
  • Maintenance schedules, activities and procedures
  • Requirements in relation to skilled workers and assignment of workshop employees
  • Heavy machinery inventory
  • Core processes
  • Maintenance schedules, activities and procedures
  • Requirements in relation to skilled workers and assignment of workshop employees
  • Diagnostic Systems
  • Consumable storage and stations
  • Core processes
  • Tool inventory
  • KPIs, Performance Measurement and Management

Session 9: Digitalization in Maintenance Services

  • Big Data and Digitalisation
  • Digitalization benefits to Operation
  • Digitalisation best practices and cases

Session 10: Journey on Rail Automation and Digitalized Maintenance in Singapore

Registration: 

 

Early Bird until 04/08/2019

After 04/08/2019

Member

SGD 1,900

SGD 2,700

Member « developing nations »*

SGD 1,400

SGD 1,950

Non-member

SGD 2,600

SGD 3,650

Non-member « developing nations »*

SGD 1,750

SGD 2,450

Group UITP Member (4 or +)

SGD 1,800

Group UITP Member (4 or +) « developing nations »*

SGD 1,300

Group UITP non Member (4 or +)

SGD 2,400

Group UITP non Member (4 or +) « developing nations »*

SGD 1,600

* Participants from developing nations benefit from a special discount. Check here the list of eligible countries.

* Registration fee will be invoiced by LTA after completion of online registration here.

Terms and Conditions

Please download our Terms and Conditions here.

Course fee will include training materials, lunches and coffee breaks.  

Please note fees do not include visa application or arrangement. Please contact your local travel agent or local embassy for travel visa to Singapore, if applicable. 

Participants are also required to make their own arrangement of accommodation in Singapore, airport transfers and daily travel from hotel to the training venue.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) will apply for participants from Singapore.  

**Registration fees are transferable to another employee of the same organization but it is non-refundable.

Registration is on first-come-first-served basis as there is limited capacity for the training programme. All payment must be paid to LTA on or before 23 August 2019 to confirm a placement in the programme.

Contact Person

For group registration and/or enquiry about training fee invoicing, visa, logistics, etc., please contact LTA:

SIAN Chean Chin
Phone: +65 6585 5781
Email: chean_chin_sian@lta.gov.sg

 

Practical information: 

Training Venue

Land Transport Authority

Blk 1 Level 2, Training Room 1&2 | 71 Chai Chee Street | Singapore 468981 (Bedok Campus)

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*Participants are required to make their own arrangement of accommodation in Singapore, airport transfers and daily travel from hotel to the training venue.

*It is the sole responsibility of the participant to take care visa application. Please contact your local travel agent or local embassy for travel visa to Singapore. Visas are at the discretion of immigration.

Speakers: 

Alok JAIN, former D. Operations Director of KMB Hong Kong and General Manager-Marketing of MTR Corporation and Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia, Hong Kong

M.Emre KIRAN, Manager – Centre for Training, UITP

Catherine NG, Senior Manager, LTA Singapore

CHANG Hao, Vice General Manager, International Business Department, Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd.

Partners: 

This programme is kindly hosted by LTA Academy.

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