3 Feb 2023

Invitation: IM-Safe Pan EU online meeting

On February 3 at 10.00 – 11.30 AM the next IM-Safe Pan EU online meeting ‘Recommendations for complementary standardisation in digitalisation’ will take place.

The H2020 CSA IM-SAFE project is paving the road towards the improvement of maintenance policies for the European transport infrastructure. The main goal of this project is to support the preparation of the mandate for CEN for new standards in monitoring, data-informed safety evaluation, risk evaluation and maintenance decision making for the transport infrastructure.


For the members of the Pan-European IM-SAFE Community of Practice we will hold on the 3th of February an online workshop dedicated to the IM-SAFE recommendations for complementary standardisation in digitalization.


During the online CoP meeting, the participants will also be given the opportunity to engage in a discussion about the needs for and benefits of standardisation in digitalization aiming to improve the safety management of the transport infrastructure through data-informed decision-making enabled by new and harmonized European standards.

Participation is free-of-charge, but registration is required. Questions or input beforehand can be shared at the online registration form.

10:00 – 10:05WelcomeAgnieszka Bigaj van Vliet – TNO The Netherlands
10:05 – 11:30IM-SAFE proposal for new standardization on monitoring, data-informed safety assessment and maintenance of the transport infrastructurePiego Allaix – TNO The NetherlandsParticipants to the workshop will receive up-to-date information about the proposal
drafted by the IM-SAFE consortium for the
scope and content of the future European
standards.
10:30 – 10:50Session 1: Summary and conclusions from WP4: Digitalisation as
enabling technology
Matthias Weise – AEC3 GermanyWork package 4 of the IM-SAFE project covered several topics related to the use of digitalisation in context of monitoring and
predictive maintenance use cases. This session gives a summary of findings being
used as input to propose further action items and next steps in complementary
standardisation.
10:50 – 11:10Session 2: Recommendations for further complementary
standardisation in digitalisation in construction
Michel Böhms РTNO The NetherlandsThis session provides a list of action items and recommendations that will be given to the EC to complement the proposals presented in the introduction. Beside relevant ICT standardization bodies with their standards a roadmap with next
steps and expected benefits will be presented.
11:10 – 11:30Q&A of participants