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New scheme about incidents [message #1019] Fri, 05 March 2004 08:14 Go to next message
jvl is currently offline  jvl
Messages: 1
Registered: September 2017
Junior Member
Hallo,

we are developing a software for calculation of railway infrastructure
availability. One portion is the feed-in of incidents (infrastructure
failures). Therefore we have started to develop a new scheme to have this
input in RailML format. This scheme will contain info about time, duration
and type of failure. We will present more details on next RailML meeting
in April.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Best regards,

----------------------------------------
Dr. Jörg von Lingen
IFB Institut für Bahntechnik GmbH
Niederlassung Dresden
Wiener Str. 114-116
D-01219 Dresden

Tel.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 40
Fax.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 90

E-Mail: jvl(at)bahntechnikde
Internet: www.bahntechnik.de
Re: New scheme about incidents [message #1020 is a reply to message #1019] Wed, 10 March 2004 11:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
thomas.kauer is currently offline  thomas.kauer
Messages: 15
Registered: January 2004
Junior Member
Hallo,

I wonder if there is no XML-Scheme defined for incidents in general like
for insurance companies or so. Since many incidents don't restrict on only
one part (e.g. if there is an accident the rollingstock and the timetable
may be involved too) it might be usefull to work with an incident that
only has references to the concerned parts of the infrastructure and to
the other schemes if relevant? So we could use the work done before by
specialists for incidents and cover information not only for the
infrastructure element but also on the gravitiy of the incident and its
consequences (injured persons, costs, ...).

Best regards
Thomas Kauer


Joerg von Lingen wrote:

> Hallo,

> we are developing a software for calculation of railway infrastructure
> availability. One portion is the feed-in of incidents (infrastructure
> failures). Therefore we have started to develop a new scheme to have this
> input in RailML format. This scheme will contain info about time, duration
> and type of failure. We will present more details on next RailML meeting
> in April.

> Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Best regards,

> ----------------------------------------
> Dr. Jörg von Lingen
> IFB Institut für Bahntechnik GmbH
> Niederlassung Dresden
> Wiener Str. 114-116
> D-01219 Dresden

> Tel.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 40
> Fax.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 90

> E-Mail: jvl(at)bahntechnikde
> Internet: www.bahntechnik.de
Re: New scheme about incidents [message #1021 is a reply to message #1020] Thu, 11 March 2004 19:30 Go to previous message
Joerg von Lingen is currently offline  Joerg von Lingen
Messages: 148
Registered: May 2011
Senior Member
Hallo,

just to correct a potential misunderstanding: "incident" is in the context of
that new scheme not directly an "accident" but mainly an "equipment failure". It
will be used in that case to calculate system availability in the end.

Regards,
Joerg von Lingen

Thomas Kauer wrote the following on 10.03.2004 11:06:
> Hallo,
>
> I wonder if there is no XML-Scheme defined for incidents in general like
> for insurance companies or so. Since many incidents don't restrict on only
> one part (e.g. if there is an accident the rollingstock and the timetable
> may be involved too) it might be usefull to work with an incident that
> only has references to the concerned parts of the infrastructure and to
> the other schemes if relevant? So we could use the work done before by
> specialists for incidents and cover information not only for the
> infrastructure element but also on the gravitiy of the incident and its
> consequences (injured persons, costs, ...).
>
> Best regards
> Thomas Kauer
>
>
> Joerg von Lingen wrote:
>
>
>> Hallo,
>
>
>> we are developing a software for calculation of railway infrastructure
>> availability. One portion is the feed-in of incidents (infrastructure
>> failures). Therefore we have started to develop a new scheme to have this
>> input in RailML format. This scheme will contain info about time, duration
>> and type of failure. We will present more details on next RailML meeting
>> in April.
>
>
>> Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Best regards,
>
>
>> ----------------------------------------
>> Dr. Jörg von Lingen
>> IFB Institut für Bahntechnik GmbH
>> Niederlassung Dresden
>> Wiener Str. 114-116
>> D-01219 Dresden
>
>
>> Tel.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 40
>> Fax.: +49 (0)351 / 877 59 - 90
>
>
>> E-Mail: jvl(at)bahntechnikde
>> Internet: www.bahntechnik.de
>
>
>
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