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and 2014 Category Winner Transportation
Remote Condition Monitoring of London Underground Track Circuits
Designing, certifying, and installing a large-scale distributed system to simultaneously monitor 385 deep Tube track circuit assets in real time on an operating railway from a central location.
University College London
Royal Holloway, University of London
Key Engineering Solutions
Submit your most innovative solution for measurement and automation to the Engineering Impact Awards – the technical paper contest that showcases the most innovative uses of virtual instrumentation in teaching or research as well as from engineers in industry.
One winner and two runners-up will each be recognised for their achievement with a prize and their papers will be published in our Engineering Impact Awards case study booklet.
To read the winning papers along with a broad range of customer-written case studies download the NIDays Customer Case Studies booklet, These examples show how customers are harnessing the power of graphical system design and virtual instrumentation to innovate in virtually every industry and across many applications, lowering costs and increasing productivity.
Most innovative break-throughs in science and technology have been developed by small, entrepreneurial technology companies. To foster their efforts, NI UK & Ireland have introduced this programme to provide significant sponsorship for companies planning to use NI graphical system design technology to develop their complex industrial or scientific systems.