ERTMS is a solution for Europe to overcome the integration challenge for its rail sector.
The article by Rasmussen (1997) begins with an introduction that risk management is treated differently across all relevant hierarchical levels of a socio-technical system. However, due to the dynamics of the system, treating risk-related decision-making in isolation does not enable us to recognize when we cross the boundary of safe operation. Thus, when assessing risks in a complex socio-technical system, we have to include the layers of legislation, management, work planners and system operators. As a result, we need to touch upon risk models of the disciplines varying from economics, organizational theories and cognitive psychology to engineering.Read More »Review: Rasmussen’s 1997 paper – Risk management in a dynamic society: A modeling problem
Europe aims to develop an efficient transportation system with less congestion and fewer emission to keep its competitor advantages. The main goals for Europe are sustainable fuel systems with optimized performances across the whole life-cycle which is flexible to act based on market-incentives. Read More »2 PHD Positions on Systems Integration
Schuitemaker, K.,& Rajabalinejad, M. 2017, PESARO 2017, The Seventh International Conference on Performance, Safety and Robustness in Complex Systems and Applications. IARIA/Thinkmind, p. 17-2Read More »ERTMS Challenges for a Safe and Interoperable European Railway System