Network Rail Southeast Map Project
IET and BCS Bedford Branch
|Date||Tuesday 23 Feb 2016|
Tavistock Suite, The Park Inn Hotel, 2 St Mary's Street, Bedford MK42 0AR (Free parking at rear - inform hotel reception)
|Speaker||Alan Dalley, Network Rail.|
The project to develop and deliver the Southeast Map app for Network Rail used leading-edge mobile technologies to process and present large amounts of publicly available train running data seamlessly, enabling operational staff to make better informed decisions, enable faster recovery of rail network performance following incidents and provide better quality information to passengers. Its unique value is in the way live data is presented through a simple and recognisable map-based interface. Information that was previously delivered in a complex and inefficient way is now available at a glance to a wider customer base, reducing costs and improving insight, responsiveness and communication with passengers. From the initial customer requirement the project used agile delivery techniques to provide a proof of concept, engage the customer through collaboration, manage complex data and undertake testing to deliver a highly innovative product.
Alan now holds the position of Mobile Solution Architect within the Network Rail Mobile Business Solutions team. Alan joined Network Rail in 2008 and has been engaged in number of positions within Network Rail prior to his current role. Before joining Network Rail Alan was involved in a number of consultancy assignments across diverse industry sectors including banking, pharmaceuticals, utilities, local and central government and fixed and mobile telecommunications in various roles and has experience in both Waterfall and Agile development methodologies. Alan is a qualified enterprise architect and a member of the Association of Enterprise Architects