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This event, held over the course of four mornings on 28 June - 1 July, is your complete guide to ERMTS, ETCS and the future of signalling. Attend to hear the latest updates on the rollout of ERTMS across Europe and insights on where else the technology is being implemented in the world. Experts will share critical developments in rail signalling, including a focus on new technology, the progress to ERTMS Level 3 and obsolescence management. 

The conference will provide practical advice on how to effectively implement, operate and maintain ERTMS. Understand how to manage workforce safety and the introduction of successful training programmes, whilst delivering huge business and technology change. 

You can still register to watch all the sessions back on demand.

Highlights of attending

  • Hear the latest strategies for, and the progress of the rollout of ERTMS across Europe with critical updates from the Department for Transport and Network Rail 

  • Understand how to identify and overcome obstacles to the delivery of ERTMS as experts from Banedanmark and ADIF share their best practices

  • Learn how to maximise the benefits of ERTMS when delivering operational migration

  • Receive practical guidance on how to operate and maintain ERTMS with key learnings from operators including RFI and ProRail

  • Explore the emerging opportunities for the supply chain created by an increasingly digital railway

  • Join live and watch back on demand – all the sessions are made available after the event


Day 1

Here's a sample of what was covered on 28th June.

Day 2

Here's a sample of what was covered on 29th June.

Day 3

Here's a sample of what was covered on 30th June.

Speakers include...

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