Martin Fenner, Ken Chan and Stephen Head – a product of Interfleet’s Graduate Development Scheme – have joined Interfleet Technology’s expanded Advanced Rail Control Systems team.
Martin Fenner has previously worked as a Signal Engineer on the Neasden Depot Re-signalling project for London Underground and was a Project Engineer for Metronet Rail. Martin was a co-founder of the Young Railway Professionals and former Chairperson of the IRSE Younger Member’s Section.
Martin holds a Masters Degree (with Distinction) in Information Systems Engineering from Imperial College.
Ken Chan has worked for London Underground spending the last five years on the Victoria Line Upgrade as an ATC Testing and Commissioning Engineer.
Stephen Head has worked on a range of projects including a strategic evaluation of global CBTC projects, Remote Condition Monitoring and ERTMS brake curve optimisation, as well as being the project manager for Interfleet’s winning entry in the recent IMechE Railway Challenge during his graduate training.
Prior to joining Interfleet, Stephen gained a Masters degree in Engineering Design from the University of Bristol.