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Graduated from CentraleSupelec engineering schooI and Imperial College London, Thomas has been working in the rail sector for more than 15 years now.
He first grow expertise in the industry, Thalès and Hitachi Rail as a system engineer and product manager for control systems and advanced signalling technologies.
He then joined SYSTRA as Cluster manager for Latin America, contributing to build the first project references on asset management for the Group – especially a project in 2017-2018 aiming at building an obsolescence model for the assets of EFE’s network (Chilean National Railway Company).
He acts now as Group Innovation director, with data and digital transformation of our Group as a key objective.


  • June 06: Upgrading rail operations and asset management with connectivity and novel technologies

    Using drones to enhance data-driven asset management

    As a transportation specialist, SYSTRA is uniquely positioned with both the data analytics skills and the strong experience of maintenance engineering required in this growing area. More and more mature technologies such as The Internet of Things or Drones will simplify data collection. Once collected, the right data must be properly analysed and then acted upon relevantly to inform decision-making and achieve business objectives. Beyond this necessary structuration and management of the data, our conviction is that the challenge will be to select the right use cases that will real bring value to the transport operators, infrastructure owners, authorities and, in fine, to the service users.