SIA


System for vehicle infrastructure Interaction Assets health status monitoring

Visit SIA website:
https://siaproject.eu

Project information

  • Project website: https://siaproject.eu/
  • Acronym: SIA
  • EU Contributions: 2.9 million€
  • Duration: 36 months
  • Project start date: 01/03/2018
  • Project end date: 28/02/2021
  • Partners: 9 partners from 5 countries
  • Project coordinator: CEIT
  • EU H2020 GSA project
  • Grant agreement n°776402

Project description

SIA has for main objective the development of four ready-to-use new services (iWheelMon, iRailMon, iPantMon and iCatMon) providing prognostic information on the health status of the railway’s most demanding assets in terms of maintenance costs (wheel, rail, pantograph and catenary):

  • iWheelMon for railway operators will provide real time information about wheel status
  • iPantMon for railway operators will provide real time information about the pantograph status
  • iRailMon for rail infrastructure managers and maintenance subcontractors will provide real time information about the rail status
  • iCatMon for rail infrastructure managers and maintenance subcontractors will provide real time information about the catenary status

These new services will help to reduce the 15% of railway maintenance costs, 25% of maintenance unscheduled events and 15% of derailments associated to the rail-wheel interface. To tackle this challenge, the SIA consortium brings together multidisciplinary and cross sector partners (EGNSS technology providers, research centres, IT companies and railway stakeholders) that will co-design EGNSS solutions truly adapted to the needs of the rail sector.

Project objectives

  • Development of low-cost sensor nodes (SIA_NoS) for wheel to rail and pantograph to catenary interaction characterisation
  • Development of a data hub (SIA_DH) that collects on-board information, provides accurate position and time stamping with high availability, and transmits the information to a trackside visualisation platform
  • Development of predictive component degradation models (SIA_CDM) that will enable to connect the monitoring information from wheelset, rail, catenary and pantograph with the asset management information system of end-users

Project structure

WP1 Project Management
Asociacion Centro Tecnológico CEIT-IK4

WP2 End user functionality and SIA architecture definition
Nottingham Scientific Ltd

WP3 EGNOS and Galileo based on-board low-cost receiver and algorithms for railway specific domain
Nottingham Scientific Ltd

WP4 Integration of sensors, communications and energy supply for on-board sensing nodes
Asociacion Centro Tecnológico CEIT-IK4

WP5 Component degradation predictive algorithms
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt EV

WP6 Visualization environment for railway specific maintenance applications
Ingeniería y Control Electrónico SA

WP7 Integration with end-user specific application layer
Ingeniería y Control Electrónico SA

WP8 Test setup development and validation
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya

WP9 Dissemination, communication and result exploitation
International Union of Railways

Consortium



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Thursday 1 March 2018