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Vehicle Equipment Monitoring Systems (ems) produce comprehensive automated inspections of rail vehicles, making the process quicker, safer and more thorough. MRI Technologies Track and Infrastructure Monitoring Systems produce flawless and reliable automated monitoring and measurement of rail track and infrastructure. Inertial or chord based track geometry, rail profile measurement, rail surface crack measurement, above wire monitoring, ballast profile, rail and infrastructure vision inspection and rail corrugation measurement. This makes prompt removal of rogue wheels with surface ruin vital when it comes to optimizing maintenance costs, increasing wheel life and vehicle availability. The inspection and maintenance of the brake systems is critical to the safety and efficiency of all rail operations. The MRI Graffiti Monitoring System is a specialized Visual Inspection System (VHS) application providing a visual record of the state of trains as they enter or exit a maintenance facility. Track Geometry Measurement can be carried out using one of MRI Technologies' rail survey vehicles. MRI ballast profiling and structure gauge profiling systems are laser based scanning systems which yield information about ballast coverage and gauge infringement. The MRI Rail Surface Crack Measurement System (RSCM) has been developed to detect, measure and record flaws in tracks on and lower the surface of rails, which means maintenance can now be both quicker and more cost efficient. MRI Technologies in Australia also has road rail vehicles capable of carrying out comprehensive surveys for track networks. The system uses inertial measurements of rail surface profile and inductively measured surface displacements to detect and quantify the condition of the rail surface. The MRI Light Road Rail Vehicle (LRRV) is a specialized moderate sized truck, modified to allow for operation on rail as a platform for track inspection technology. MRI Technologies is introducing its unique crack detection technology which provides the depth of surface cracks and map surface ravage on both rail and wheels. It will be the ideal chance to find out more about the leading condition monitoring systems for rail vehicles, track monitoring and inspection systems for rail networks and the rest of the MRI range of patented equipment. MRI has delivered many advanced projects to the railway, mining and exploration industries and is widely recognized for its innovation and engineering excellence.With our years of experience and intimate knowledge of the rail industry, we have developed a range of tall quality systems that aid safeguard rail infrastructure, capitalism on asset performance and improve safety levels. Monitor and or measure rail track and infrastructure condition. The spontaneous inspection of rail vehicle components such as wheels and brakes has many benefits. This includes systems that will raise an alarm if a freight train is out of gauge or has wheels that are not rotating as they should. It also includes systems that will accurately monitor wheel profiles, brake pads and blocks, panto graph carbon and all other components that wear or could be damaged. MRI Technologies vehicle component monitoring systems uses state of the art technologies to provide perfect information for the condition of following: Inspection of track and associated structures. The Rail Surface Crack Measurement range is available in a variety of formats from handhold and single user equipment for smaller sections of track to trolleys and train mounted equipment for large scale surveys and detection. The project is nearing its conclusion, and Dr Bean, with Stephanie Klecha, who is UK Engineering Manager of MRI Technologies, have prepared a detailed presentation that summaries the science after magnetic flux and the performance of LCM when worn to inspect wheel tread damage. It includes case studies and an appraisal of the potential benefits of using LCM for wheel sets, including the prospect of a 25 per cent cost saving.