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Meet Decision Makers From US & Canada:

  • Class 1 Commuter & Freight Rail Operators
  • Transit Agencies
  • Freight & Short Line Freight

With The Following Job Titles

CEO’s, MD’s, COO’s Chief Engineers, Chief Engineering & Maintenance Officers, Chief Mechanical Engineers and Directors and Heads of:

  • Transportation
  • Operations
  • Signalling
  • Signal Inspector
  • PTC Implementation
  • Train Control
  • PTC Signalling
  • PTC Design Manager
  • CBTC Signalling
  • CBTC Design Manager
  • PTC/CBTC Test & Commissioning
  • Operating Systems
  • Network Control Systems
  • Systems Engineering
  • Track
  • Track Maintenance
  • Track Asset Management 
  • Control Centre Operations
  • Software Engineering
  • Safety
  • Communications
  • Integrated Communications & Advanced Train Control
  • Field Applications
  • Railroad Systems & Engineering
  • Intelligent Transport Systems
  • Technology Innovation
  • Wayside Systems Maintenance 
  • Control Centre Operations
  • Rolling Stock Maintenance
  • Systems and Technology, Automation
  • Locomotive and Systems Engineering
  • Network Operations
  • Vehicle and Track Optimisation
  • Reliability & Asset Management
  • Rail System Safety
  • Cab Electronics/Systems
  • Broken Rail Detection
  • Grade Crossing/ Crossing Safety Systems 

Plus Federal Gov US & Canada

Chiefs, Heads & Directors of:

  • Signal, Train Control & Communications
  • Systems, Technology & Automation
  • Railroad Safety
  • Chief Engineer
  • Grade Crossing & Trespassing


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Jason R. Myers

Jason R. MyersDirector of Advanced Train Control System & Operations

Norfolk Southern


Jason Myers is the Director of Advanced Train Control System & Operations at Norfolk Southern. In his current role, he leads a multi-functional team charged with the implementation, operation, and development of positive train control (PTC) and advanced train control programs. Taking a data-based analysis approach, Jason and Norfolk Southern’s Advanced Train Control Systems team is driving industry leading system reliability and performance. He is leading the road mapping efforts for further advanced train operations, planning and executing the next steps for the industry’s coming system of systems.

Jason has been with Norfolk Southern for 16 years in a series of roles covering line of road and terminal train operations, training, train dispatching, and operating practices. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy and Planning from Virginia Tech and a Masters of Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Georgia College and State University.

Fred Chidester

Fred ChidesterSenior Director PTC Coordination

NJ Transit

Resides in Yorktown Heights, New York

Metro-North Railroad 1983-2019

Held various positions from Tickets, Crew Dispatcher, Tower Operator, Train Dispatcher, Capital Trainmaster, District Superintendent, Line Superintendent, Superintendent of Operations – West of Hudson and Tenant Railroads.  Retired in 2019 as Director of Grand Central Terminal.

December 2019 hired on with New Jersey Transit at their Newark Headquarters as Senior Director PTC Coordination.

Greg Richardson

Greg RichardsonGeneral Manager – Operating Systems & Practices


Greg Richardson is a General Director at Union Pacific Railroad, responsible for the design, implementation, and operation of advanced train control and energy management systems, a role he has served in since 2009.  Prior to that, Mr. Richardson served in various roles with another Class I railroad and an engineering firm, consulting on communications and train control systems.  Mr. Richardson holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia, having majored in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.

Kyle Mulligan

Kyle MulliganChief Engineer

Canadian Pacific Railway

Kyle Mulligan is the Chief Engineer at Canadian Pacific, where he is responsible for overseeing CP’s hydrogen locomotive, advanced analytics, standards, wayside detection, train dynamics and marshalling, and incident investigation programs. More simply, Kyle uses data and technology to help ensure CP continues to operate the safest Class 1 railroad in North America for 15 years running.

As a leader at CP, Kyle strives to deliver results on time and on budget, while also mentoring those around him. He is trained and qualified as a locomotive engineer, conductor, freight car inspector, welder, and leadership coach. He has used his first-hand experience to further understand impacts of the systems that he designs for operations in the field including never before seen industry technologies such as, but not limited to: broken rail detection in dark territory, predictive acoustic bearing failure technology, cracked wheel detectors and top of rail surface scanning systems. Kyle’s achievements are supported by over 20 international conference and journal publications and several accolades.

Kyle holds a doctorate (PhD) in mechanical engineering from the University of Sherbrooke in addition to degrees in computer systems, electrical, and biomedical engineering. He is a two-time recipient of CP’s CEO Award for Excellence, was named as one of Railway Age’s 2018 top 10 under 40, CP’s 2019 Railroad of the Year, and has received back-to-back 2018/2019 Railway Association of Canada safety awards. He is an active member of the community as a mentor with FIRST, a group that inspires young people’s interest and participation in science and technology. Kyle and his wife Sandie also work together to help integrate refuge families into Canadian life through mentorship and work with veterans by hosting nutrition and cooking classes such that they can be prepared to eat healthily in life outside of the military.

Chris Jagodzinski

Chris JagodzinskiAVP Operations


Chris Jagodzinski is currently the AVP – Operations for Amtrak and is based out of Amtrak’s 30th Street Station located in Philadelphia, PA. He is currently Amtrak’s PTC Program Sponsor overseeing the implementation of PTC across Amtrak’s 21,000 mile national network. He has been with Amtrak for 31 years, mostly in the Transportation Department with some additional experience working in both the Mechanical and Engineering departments. In addition to his PTC responsibilities, he also coordinates new service starts and expansions throughout the network. Prior positions at Amtrak include the General Manager – East, as well as the Senior Director System Operations for 8 years managing Amtrak’s Consolidated National Operations Center. Prior to Amtrak he has worked for both New Jersey Transit Rail Operations and SEPTA’s commuter rail division in Philadelphia.

Matthew Mitchell

Matthew MitchellTransit Safety & Security Manager

Sound Transit

Matt Mitchell is currently the Transportation Safety & Security Manager for all East Corridor projects and Light Rail Vehicle certification at Sound Transit.  Prior to working at Sound Transit, he worked at BNSF Railway and Amtrak.

He is also serves as a Major in the United States Army Reserve and currently commands the 647th Expeditionary Terminal Operational Element (ETOE) at Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Washington.

Andrew Constantinou

Andrew ConstantinouProgram Director - Digital Systems Business Integration (DSBI)

Sydney Trains

Andrew Constantinou was the Technical and Assurance Director within the ROC Program, Sydney Trains from start to end. In this capacity Andrew was responsible to drive a coherent and integrated strategy for the ROC overall solution design, as well as providing oversight to enable the efficient and effective implementation of this solution.

Andrew has over thirty year background in Rail Operational Technologies with twenty of those years in senior roles. His broad background includes overseeing the planning and construction of large technology projects, Andrew’s been responsible for statewide (NSW/Australia) rail maintenance in Telecommunications and Operational Technologies as well as numerous business transformation initiatives.

Andrew is a Certified Practicing Project Director CPPD with The Australian Institute of Project Managements holding formal qualifications in Project Management, Government and Telecommunications Engineering.

Niren Choudhury

Niren ChoudhuryAviation, Ports & Transportation


Niren Choudhury is heading Business Development functions for Aviation, Ports and Transportation of North America in Nokia. Prior to his current assignment, he was the CTO for Middle East Region in Alcatel-Lucent located in Dubai, Cairo and Istanbul. He has been with AT&T, Lucent, Lucent-Philips JV, Alcatel –Lucent, Nokia for 33+ years in various capacities after joining AT&T Bell Labs. He headed Lucent Reliability Program. Served as Senior Director for Design & Engineering in China & Asia Pacific region located in Shanghai and Qingdao. Niren also served five years in India in design and installation of Transmission Line Network prior to emigrating to US for his master’s degree in electrical engineering. He has completed his Ph.D course work from Rutgers University. Niren’s expertise includes wide ranges of Telecom Products, Solutions and Applications in transportation industry.

Jared Scarbrough

Jared ScarbroughManager Of Systems Engineering

Utah Transit Authority

Jared currently serves as the Manager of Systems Engineering at Utah Transit Authority (UTA). He is also the Project Manager for UTA’s Positive Train Control project on the FrontRunner commuter rail system that received vital certification from the FRA towards the end of 2020. Jared manages a variety of systems-related train control projects such as the train dispatch infrastructure upgrades, which includes adding traction power and electrification controls and indications into UTA’s back office, traction power substation upgrades program, train control upgrades and speed efficiency changes to UTA’s Commuter Rail system, train control and SCADA communications upgrades and redundancy modifications, and a variety of other State of Good Repair projects related to UTA’s various transit systems. 

As the Project Manager for the UTA PTC Project, Jared had the responsibility of managing the design, procurement, grant coordination, installation, testing, Safety Plan submission, coordination with FRA, and final certification of UTA’s cab-signal based Enhanced Automatic Train Control (E-ATC) PTC system. Jared was responsible for all internal coordination efforts required within the transit agency to ensure all stake holders such as engineering departments, MOW, Safety, Operations, PR, and other internal entities were able to provide insight and become educated and active participants during all stages of PTC implementation. 

Jared initiated a project that allows UTA to gain speed efficiencies back on the railroad after the PTC system has been installed. UTA is the first, and currently only E-ATC railroad that is implementing a novel system modification, which we refer to as Mandatory Directive Expedient Release (MDER), which allows trains to immediately resume Maximum Authorized Speed (MAS) once a train has cleared the island. When UTA has a crossing projection in place, this new MDER modification now allows trains to eliminate several minutes of delay time by increasing speed immediately after traversing a crossing rather than waiting for our next track circuit, which could be up to a mile away. This project has already proven to be very beneficial to UTA operations and has received praise from UTA’s operations management group and their operators that run the alignment every day.

Prior to Jared’s time working directly at UTA, he was a consultant to UTA for six years as a Program Manger helping manage the early stages of UTA’s PTC project. Jared has also worked on other large transit project such as the Gold Line Light Rail Extension in Pasadena, CA and the Houston Metro Light Rail projects in Houston, TX. Jared was also a Design-Build contractor on two of UTA’s Light Rail projects prior to his time as a consultant to UTA.

Jared was nominated for the 2011 Utah Engineers Council Fresh Face of Engineering Award. He was also awarded the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 2011 Young Professional of the Year. He was later selected as the 2013 Engineering News-Record Top 20 under 40 recipient. Jared has graduated from the ACEC-Utah Chapter Leadership class of 2011 as well as the Eno Centre for Transportation Transit Mid-Manager Seminar in Vancouver, BC in 2019.

Jared graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering where he was on the Dean’s Honor list and a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and the Chi Epsilon National Civil Engineering Honor Society. 

Jason Schroeder

Jason SchroederAssistant Chief Engineer – Signal Systems

CSX Transportation


Jason Schroeder is the Assistant Chief Engineer for the Communication & Signals Department at CSX Transportation.  As Assistant Chief Engineer he oversees the design and engineering of signal infrastructure required for safe and reliable railroad operations.  Responsibilities include project management, signal engineering, configuration engineering, and service testing for wayside signaling and grade crossing warning systems.  Jason spent over twelve years leading field testing and in-service commissioning for 13,000 miles of Positive Train Control installed at CSX.  

Jason joined CSX in 2003 and has held positions with increasing responsibilities in signal maintenance, design & construction, and service test engineering.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from The Ohio State University and he and his family currently reside in St Augustine, FL.  

Lawrence Warren

Lawrence WarrenRegional PTC Specialist

Federal Railroad Administration

Larry started his railroad career in April 1995 with the Burlington Northern Railroad in the Signal Engineering an Assistant Signalman in Everett, Washington.  While still an apprentice, he qualified for and was awarded a position as a Signal Electronics Technician in Pasco, Washington in October 1996.  His duties involved several aspects of the signal and train control discipline including the oversight of the computer system in control of the classification yard.  Larry remained in this capacity until joining FRA in February 2005.

Since joining FRA, Larry has held the S&TC Inspector position for Southern New England encompassing Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor.  He quickly learned the automatic train control and positive train control systems associated with this territory and has come to be known as a technical authority on matters concerning the Advanced Civil Speed Enforcement System (ACSES) and is often consulted by his peers for his knowledge and guidance.  He also served as the Regional S&TC Specialist from June 2008 thru July 2010, when he was promoted to Regional PTC Specialist for the Northeast region.  

Prior to beginning his railroad career, Larry served 22 years with the US Navy, both active and reserve, in the field of Electronics Warfare.  He also taught electronics engineering technology at Lake Washington Technical College and Juanita High School, both located in Kirkland, Washington.

Sam Alibrahim

Sam AlibrahimChief of Train Control and Communication Research Division

Federal Railroad Administration

Mr. Sam Alibrahim, P.E. is the Chief of Train Control and Communication Research Division at the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). He directs FRA research activities in advanced train control technologies including Positive Train Control (PTC), Communication, Automation, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Connected/ Automated Vehicles, and Grade Crossing Safety and Trespass Prevention. He has 32 years of railroad industry experience, the first 20 years of which consulting, designing, testing, and deploying advanced microprocessor-based signaling and train control and grade crossing systems for passenger and freight railroads. Mr. Alibrahim holds master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Louisville.

Gordon Lam

Gordon LamChief Signal Engineer (Operations)

MTR Corporation

Gordon Lam is a railway signalling engineer over 31 years’ experience covering design, construction, integration and operation. He has managed MTR signalling projects in Hong Kong including the Lantau Airport Railway, Tseung Kwan O extension, and Disneyland Resort Line.  Gordon has also spent over 10 years working in MTR’s Mainland China hubs including Shanghai, Hangzhou and Beijing covering implementation of CBTC in hubs, E&M project management, operations management and joint venture company management, etc. He is FIRSE and currently serves as the Council member of IRSE (UK).  He is also now one of committee members of IRSE Education & Professional Development Committee.  Gordon is currently Chief Signal Engineer (Operations) overseeing major resignalling works and overall signalling development for MTR in Hong Kong. 

Narayana Sundaram

Narayana SundaramSenior Director – Engineering & Commuter Rail Operations


Narayana Sundaram is APTA’s Senior Director of Engineering and Commuter Rail Operations. In this role Narayana staff advises various commuter rail committees including the commuter rail CEOs committee.  He is also responsible for all regulatory engagement for APTA’s commuter and intercity railroads as is the lead for the APTA contingent on FRA’s Rail Safety Advisory Committee (RSAC).  Narayana lead the APTA efforts on the full industry wide implementation of Positive Train Control for the commuter rail industry.  Narayana manages APTA’s Standards program which has developed more than 310 standards and recommended practices.   

Prior to joining APTA, he held several positions with ENSCO, a technology provider in the rail industry.  He spent 13 years at ENSCO holding several positions last of which was Business Area Manager for the Vehicle/Track Interaction Consulting Services.  Narayana has conducted about 13 years of research for FRA for passenger and freight rail operations. Narayana holds a Masters of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from India. He lives in Centreville, VA and Chairs the Math Club at Greenbriar West Elementary School.

Dr. Kang Kuen Lee

Dr. Kang Kuen LeeProfessor & Fellow

Polytechnic University of Hong Kong & MTR Academy

KK has been working in the railway industry for 40+ years covering rolling stock and infrastructure maintenance, new lines and major asset upgrading/replacement projects, metro operations and business development. During the past 5 years KK has been working initially on the Sydney Metro Northwest project as the O&M Bid Director for the OTS1 contract and recently on the planning, design and contract procurement for the Sydney Metro City and Southwest project. He has been fully involved with the installation and T&C of the CBTC system for the Sydney Metro Northwest project from 2016 to 2019.

KK was educated in Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong and Leeds Metropolitan University in UK. He holds a B Sc degree in applied computing, an M Sc degree in electrical engineering, an Executive MBA degree and an Engineering Doctorate degree. KK had also received management training in the British Rail in the early 1980’s. He is a Chartered Engineer (UK) and a corporate member of IET (UK).

KK is one of the pioneers in the application of Fiber Bragg Grating sensors for the continuous condition monitoring of mission critical components of railways and a renowned expert on railway asset maintenance. In the past few years, he has been delivering training for railway engineers on asset maintenance and the applications of smart railway condition monitoring system on behalf of IEEE, MTR Hong Kong and SMRT Singapore.       

Colin Brooks

Colin BrooksSnr Research Scientist, Transportation Practice Leader

Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI)

 Pasi Lautala

Pasi LautalaAss Professor, Civil & Env. Eng & Director, Rail Transportation Program

Michigan Tech University

Dr. Lautala was appointed in August, 2012 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and promoted to Associate Professor in 2017. He is also the founder and the Director of Rail Transportation Program (RTP) since the program was established in 2007. He is also a member of the Executive Committee for the Michigan Tech Transportation Institute (MTTI) and has been working on Mobility topics as a university Faculty Fellow in 2020-2021. Pasi has his BS from Tampere University of Technology in Finland and his MSc. And Ph.D. degrees from Michigan Tech University. Dr. Lautala has been a leader of more than three million dollars in external research, covering a range of topics related to the rail transportation, from trespasser and crossing safety to multimodal transportation logistics and railway capacity related topics. Under his leadership, Michigan Tech has also expanded the rail research portfolio to various departments across the campus. Dr. Lautala is also one the nationwide leaders in rejuvenation of rail transportation education in academia, including at Michigan Tech, a mission that has been advanced through Michigan Tech's participation in the National University Rail Center (NURail). Since 2013, Dr. Lautala has been appointed as a member of Michigan Commission for Supply Chain and Transportation Logistics Collaboration and he has recently been appointed as the Rail Group Chair by the Transportation Research Board (TRB). He is also actively involved in the AREMA Education and Training Committee. His previous experience includes work with Finnish Railways prior to his arrival in the US, as well as five years of railroad and highway-engineering consulting experience in Chicago before his return to Michigan Tech.

Joe Brosseau

Joe BrosseauDirector, Communications & Train Control

Transportation Technology Center, Inc.

Joe Brosseau is the Director of Communications and Train Control (C&TC) at TTCI, where he oversees a team of more than 50 researchers and engineers working on a variety of projects ranging from Positive Train Control (PTC), Automated Train Operations (ATO), wireless communications network design, development and testing of new train control concepts and technologies, investigation of critical train control-related issues, and providing training in signaling and PTC.  He has been with TTCI for 18 years, working on a variety of projects, primarily in the areas of train control, braking systems, and train dynamics, and he holds a BSEE from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO.

Paulo Vieira

Paulo VieiraScientist

Transportation Technology Centre Inc (TTCI)

Paulo Vieira is a Scientist at TTCI, where he has been leading the development of a variety of PTC-related projects since 2009, when he joined the company. Among those projects, he lead the development of the 220 MHz Radio Frequency (RF) network designs for the major dense urban areas of the US and, over the last 5 years, the Higher Reliability and Capacity Train Control (HRCTC) program that is focused on the improvement of today’s PTC to obtain higher efficiency and safety in railroad operations. Paulo has been working in automation and train control projects for the railroad industry for more than 28 years, and he holds a BSEE from the Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Brazil.

Ian Lou

Ian LouDeputy Director Signals

Land Transport Authority Singapore

Ian has 12 years of experience in the railway signalling industry in Singapore. His experience includes project management for the North-South, East-West Line re-signalling project as well as design for signalling systems for CBTC GOA4 lines deployed in Singapore. Ian holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineer from the National University of Singapore and a Masters of Science in Railway Systems Engineering and Integration from the University of Birmingham

Professor Clive Roberts, FIRSE FIET

Professor Clive Roberts, FIRSE FIETHead of School of Engineering

University of Birmingham

Director of the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE)

Lead for the UK Railway Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN)

Clive is Professor of Railway Systems and Head of the School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham.  He is Director of the University’s Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, which has over 180 researchers. He works extensively with the railway industry and academia in Britain and overseas. 

Clive leads a broad portfolio of research aimed at improving the performance of railway systems, including leading the UK Railway Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN) - a £92M academia/industry collaboration, as well as initiatives to encourage SMEs to work in the rail sector. In 2017 his group was awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education for supporting the UK and international railway industries. His main research interests lie in the areas of railway systems research including: railway simulation, future control strategies, traffic management and operations, condition monitoring, data integration and cybersecurity, power system design and energy efficiency, and overall system integration. In 2021 The University of Birmingham will take over the operation of the National College for Advanced Transportation and Infrastructure – an initiative that Clive has been instrumental in driving forward. Clive has publisher over 200 refereed papers and written numerous government and formal reports.

Clive is a Visiting Professor at Beijing Jiaotong University and Universiti Tun Hussein Onn (Malaysia).  He is a Fellow of the Institute of Railway Signalling Engineers (IRSE) and serves on the IRSE Council, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and co-chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Railroad Systems and Applications. He is the founder of two university spin-out companies, both of which have proceeded to receive industry investment. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the UK Railway Industry’s Technical Leadership Group (TLG). Clive has made a significant contribution to the 2020 UK Rail Technical Strategy (RTS), and is responsible for one of the five national priority themes: Optimised Railway Operations. Clive serves on the Advisory Board of the National Railway Museum in York. He is a member of the Technical Advisory Panel to the Board of SMRT (Singapore), and a Technical Advisor to Guangzhou Metro (China).

Dominika Dubinsky

Dominika DubinskySpecialist Engineering Data Analytics

Canadian Pacific Railway

Dominika Dubinsky is responsible for the Broken Rail Detection system in non-signalled territories of the CP network, rail surface scanning technologies, and track health data analytics to improve track safety.

Dominika graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia with a bachelor’s degree, and with a master’s from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta, Canada. During her master’s thesis research, Dominika worked with the Canadian Railway Research Laboratory and National Research Council of Canada on the Automated Air Brake Effectiveness to increase operational safety through detection of air brake defects using wayside wheel temperature detectors. She is a recipient of the 2021 CP’s CEO Award for Excellence.

Dominika utilizes her love of sport to support the Heart & Stroke Foundation big bike and Spin for a Vet fundraising events.

Casey Goldin

Casey GoldinManager - MOW Signals

Tri-County Metropolitan Transit (TriMet)

Casey Goldin began his railway signaling career with BNSF as a signal construction apprentice.  Following his apprenticeship, he took a job as a signal inspector and maintainer where he commissioned multiple interlockings and grade crossing upgrades.  Following his time at BNSF he took a job as a Signal Supervisor for Tri-County Metropolitan Transit (TriMet).  He currently serves as the Manager MOW Signals, where he manages a team of 21 signal maintainers and 3 supervisors. 

Andrew E. George

Andrew E. GeorgeAsst. Deputy Director PTC RF

Metro-North Railroad

Heikki Viika

Heikki ViikaDirector Projects

Helsinki City Transport

Robert Cooke

Robert CookeDeputy Chief Specialist (Signalling)

Land Transport Authority Singapore


Register for 1, 2 Or 3 Days

Day 1 -
Exploiting And Advancing The Full Capabilities Of PTC – Addressing The Key Reliability, Interoperability And Maintainability Bottlenecks

  • Overcoming Reliability Challenges & The Most Common Onboard & Wayside Bugs That Impact Functionality Of The System
  • Examining How To Overcome The Major Interoperability Challenges Faced Between Legacy Systems & Railroads That Co-Exist On The Same Track
  • Exploring Future Maintainability Of The System From A Cost, Operations & Workforce Perspective
  • Understanding The Business Case For Investment From An Enhanced Safety & Performance Perspective
  • Examining Funding Opportunities For Safety Related Signalling Projects & Partnering With Regulators To Support Implementation Of Reliable Technology & Equipment
  • Mitigating Risk & Developing Strategies To Overcome Reliability & Performance Challenges
  • Developing & Training A Multi-Disciplinary Workforce That Can Implement, Operate & Maintain Your PTC Enhanced Rail Network
  • Exploring The Opportunities To Enhance Communication Networks, & Improve PTC System Reliability & Security
  • Exploring The Development Of Next Generation PTC Systems For Enhanced Business Benefits Beyond Safety

Day 2 -
Upgrading Signalling, Communications,
And Interrelated Systems/Warning Devices To Combat Grade Crossing Incidents, Broken Rail Detection And Trespass Incidents

  • Health Monitoring Solutions That Can Be Utilized To Mitigate Against Grade Crossing Incidents
  • Software Systems That You Can Utilise To Scenario Plan & Understand Risk At Your Grade Crossings
  • Utilizing Your Fibre Optic Backbone And Early Warning Presence Detection Technologies To Alert Locomotives Of Intrusion On Grade Crossings
  • Exploring The Ruggedized Technologies That Can Operate In Remote Areas & Extreme Weather Conditions
  • Understanding The Smart Condition Monitoring & Prescence Detection Technologies That Can Be Utilized In Diverse Operating Environments & Weather Conditions
  • Exploring The Opportunities To Develop Intelligent Grade Crossings That Communicate With PTC Systems
  • Examining The Development & Deployment Of Broken Rail Detection Systems In Dark Non-Signalled Territories
  • Understanding The Reliable & Cost-Effective Alternative Energy Systems That Can Be Utilized In Remote & Dark Territories?

Day 3 -
Examining The Planning & Integration Considerations Required For CBTC Project Success

  • Analyzing The Advantages Of A CBTC System vs PTC System & Understanding CBTC Systems Consideration For Different Operating Environments
  • How Do You Transition To A CBTC System In A Brownfield Operating Environment & Still Continue To Deliver Service?
  • Exploring The Communication Infrastructure Requirements In Complex Underground Operating Environments
  • Understanding & Overcoming Interoperability Challenges With Legacy Fleet & Onboard & Wayside Signalling Systems
  • Examining The Testing & Commissioning Of A CBTC System Across A Greenfield Line Extension
  • International Case Studies Exploring The Delivery Of CBTC Systems in Mass Transit Operating Environments
  • Interactive Breakout Classrooms That Will Explore The Development Of CBTC Implementation Plans For Both Greenfield & Brownfield Operating Environments

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