Springfield, Va., February 21, 2022
ENSCO Rail Australia, an international leader in advanced technologies for passenger, transit and freight rail markets, is pleased to announce it is showcasing products and services at AusRAIL PLUS Conference and Exhibition in Sydney, Australia 28 February through 2 March 2022.
Subject matter experts will be in Stand 149 to discuss ENSCO Rail Australia capabilities and advances in track measurement, autonomous track inspection, machine vision, maintenance planning, vehicle/track interaction analysis and the new Ultrasonic Rail Flaw System (URFS).
“ENSCO Rail Australia is the leader in innovative, reliable, track inspection technologies. We are proud to be exhibiting at AusRAIL PLUS again this year,” said ENSCO President Boris Nejikovsky. “With professionals from our office in Perth in attendance, this conference gives us the opportunity to talk with others in the industry, listen to the challenges they face and discuss how ENSCO can use technology to address those challenges now and in the future.”
AusRAIL Plus is the largest rail industry event in the southern hemisphere. Hosted by the Australasian Railway Association and organised by Informa Connect, the event, brings together all facets of the rail industry under the one roof over three days, incorporating an expansive conference program combined with an extensive trade exhibition. AusRAIL is also supported by: Institute of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE), Railway Technical Society Australasia (RTSA), Rail Track Association Australia (RTAA) and the Permanent Way Institute (PWI) NSW and promoted globally.
About ENSCO RAIL AUSTRALIA
ENSCO Rail Australia is recognized globally as a leading provider of railway infrastructure inspection technology. ENSCO Rail Australia products and services are provided to railways in more than a dozen countries on five continents. ENSCO Rail Australia helps railway customers achieve safety efficiently.
ENSCO Rail Australia delivers leading-edge technology including:
- Autonomous and manned track inspection technology
- Systems installed onboard revenue vehicles, rail bound self-propelled vehicles and road/rail vehicles.
- Systems to measure and detect conditions such as geometry exceptions, excessive rail wear, broken rails, cracked fishplates, cracked concrete sleepers, missing/broken fasteners, rail surface damage and ballast fouling.
- Asset Condition Assessment & Maintenance Planning Services to turn data into actionable maintenance plans, including tamping plans, rail replacement plans, regauging plans, ballast screening plans and rail grinding plans.
ENSCO Rail Australia Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of ENSCO, Inc.