The purpose of this research is to provide a series of Forecasts to the Spanish Railway Network Association in order to mitigate any possible events around passenger utilization spikes over multiple routes across Spain.
The study will be focused on the most frequented routes, which are Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao and Valencia. The report will be divided into two sections. First section will cover a comparison between current passenger utilization and data extracted from 2018, presented in a graphical form and interpreted. The second section will go throughout a range of forecasts of passenger utilization spikes on weekends, bank holidays, events like concerts or football matches, and peak times like Christmas or July and August holidays.
This project will allow RENFE to predict passenger numbers during peak times and tackle any impact on their services and to consider increasing capacity on their trains effectively.
Currently working as technical support coach on the data storage area.
Worked as IT Project Manager for two years and decided to change my area of work from an organisational and executive type of role into a technical one.
After Obtaining a Higher Certificate in Science and computing in the NCI I decided to take one step further and enrolled into the BSc in Computing.
Gaining practical and theoretical knowledge on Newtork architecture and Databases