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Forecasting the danger precursors’ evolution by developing a predictive function (Paper)

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A major component of the risk management policy of RATP is to identify, control and monitor the evolution of events that may be signs of severe incidents or accidents in the transport networks. For nearly ten years, using a statistical analysis model, the studies of the danger precursors of the RATP transport networks contribute to the periodical control and monitoring of events related to the safety. These studies generate recommendations which are systematically analysed within the transport networks’ safety committees. The purpose of these studies is to define a predictive function in order to forecast the danger precursors’ evolutions.

Year of Publication: 2016

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The Potential for Big Data and Occurrence Reporting for better Safety Management (Paper)

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Changes in the capability and cost of technology are driving an explosion in the use of intelligent, connected systems. Today, more things are connected to the internet than people. Tech giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon have led the advance and seem to know what and where we will buy, eat and visit before we do. Railways worldwide are investing in this technology to improve customer satisfaction, performance, ticket sales and maintenance planning. What is the potential for this technology in predicting and preventing accidents? Can algorithms tame the chaos and manage the risk of accidents?

Year of Publication: 2016

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