SI:D3 is a tailorable and repeatable set of processes supported by a complementary set of tools which has been proven on a number of major UK rail programmes. Increasingly the framework is being applied globally, for example, on the Melbourne Metro Project in Australia, and as a structure to peer review the systems integration approach on the Noord-Zuidlijn line project in Amsterdam.
SI:D3 is subject to continuous improvement reviews – where lessons learned from each application are assessed and fed back into future iterations. It also forms a framework for measuring and monitoring our individual and team’s capability against perceived market need.
1 EU Directive 91/440/EEC, 29 July 1991. Back to text.
2 Except in Scotland for which transport matters are devolved to Transport Scotland. Back to text.
3 Department for Transport, Realising the Potential of GB Rail, May 2011. Back to text.
4 This is exclusive of DfT procured rolling stock, HS2, Crossrail, London Underground and funds devolved to passenger transport executives for light rail transport schemes. Back to text.
5 INCOSE, Systems Engineering Handbook: A Guide for System Life Cycle Processes and Activities, Version 4.0 2015. Back to text.
6 PMI, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), 2000. Back to text.