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Friday, 21 July 2017 17:00

Next-Gen Train Control 2017 - Agenda

NGTC 2017

 

October 19 & 20, 2017  |  Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown  |  Philadelphia, PA

 

Gold Sponsor: 4Tel Pty Ltd
Thursday, October 19
     
8:00  
Registration
Continental Breakfast (sponsorship available)
     
9:00   Keynote Address
Veronique “Ronnie” Hakim, President, MTA New York City Transit
     
9:30  

CBTC Project Updates—North America
Moderator: Fardad Sarraf-zadeh, PARSONS

  • SEPTA MSHL
  • Metrolinx
    Helena Ashberry, Director, Signals and Communications, Network Infrastructure, METROLINX (invited)
  • TTC
  • BART
    Thomas Dunscombe, Project Manager, BART (invited)
     
10:45  

Coffee Break Sponsored by Siemens

     
11:00   Culture Shift—Impact of New Technology Systems on Operations & Maintenances
Moderator: Dave Schlesinger, PARSONS
  • BART
    Thomas Dunscombe, Project Manager, BART (invited)
  • more systems to be announced
     
12:00  

Luncheon (sponsorship available)
Luncheon Speaker: Ron Lindsey, Strategic Rail LLC

     
1:30   CBTC Project Updates—International
Moderator: Dave Schlesinger, PARSONS
  • Banedanmark
    Jan Schneider-Tilli, Signalling Programme Director, Banedanmark (invited)
  • European ERTMS
  • Singapore LTA (invited)
     
2:30   Big Data
Moderator: Dan Lukasik, PARSONS
Panel members to be announced

     
3:30   Energy Break Sponsored by Rail Safety Consulting, a division of TUV Rheinland Mobility
     
3:45  

Transit Agency Guide for STD/PS
Presenter to be announced

     
4:15  

PTC Testing Roundtable
Moderator: Himanshu H. Patel, PARSONS

     
5:00   Cocktail Reception Sponsored by PARSONS
     
     
Friday, October 20
     
8:00   Continental Breakfast (sponsorship available)
     
9:00   Supplier Roundtable
Moderated by Nick LaRocco, PARSONS
Panel members to be announced
     
10:15   Coffee Break Sponsored by CBTC Solutions
     
10:30  

PTC Project Updates
Moderator to be announced

  • NICTD
  • NJ Transit
    Thomas Moore, PARSONS
  • LIRR
    Tom Colacioppo ESEP, CCM, Director—System Development and Testing, Positive Train Control, Long Island Rail Road (invited)
     
12:00   Adjourn
     
    Program subject to change/augmentation

 


 
Monday, 20 March 2017 11:45

Railway Age Rail Insights 2017 - Agenda

Rail Insights 2016
 
June 7 & 8, 2017  |  Union League Club Chicago  |  Chicago, IL
 
Conference Agenda
 

Gold Sponsor:  MPL Innovations
 
Wednesday, June 7
8:00 Registration | Continental Breakfast - Sponsorship Available | Expo Open
   
9:00 Opening Session: The Class I Landscape, Now and in the Future
Keith Creel, President & Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Pacific
Hosted by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
10:30 Morning Coffee Break - Sponsorship Available >| Expo Open
   
10:45 The Regulatory and Legislative Environment—Railroad Perspective
Ed Hamberger, President & Chief Executive Officer, Association of American Railroads 
Hosted by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
12:00

Luncheon | Sponsored by R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC
Tom Kotarac, Deputy Executive Director, Policy and Programming, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)

   
1:30 Leveraging Big Data for Maintenance-of-Way and Safety
Dr. Alan Zarembski, Research Professor & Director—Railroad Engineering and Safety Program, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware
C. Tyler Dick, P.E., Senior Railway Research Engineer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Hosted by Railway Track & Structures Editor/Railway Age Engineering Editor Mischa Wanek-Libman
   
2:15 Pivoting toward Growth: How Can Railroads Expand the Top Line?
Jason Kuehn, Vice President, Oliver Wyman
Ron Sucik, Principal, RSE Consulting
Steve Ditmeyer, Principal, Transportation Technology and Economics
Jim Blaze, Consultant, “Railway Go-to-Expert”
Hosted by Roy Blanchard, Contributing Editor, Railway Age & William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
3:15 Energy Break - Sponsored by RailWorks | Expo Open
   
3:30 Amtrak: What's Next?
Joe McHugh, Vice President, State Supported Services Business Development, Amtrak
Hosted by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
4:00 Car and Locomotive Finance and Leasing Environment
Chris Schmalbruch, President, VTG Rail, Inc.
Todd Kahn, Vice President Portfolio Management & Marketing, Chicago Freight Car
Tom Simpson, President, Railway Supply Institute
Hosted by David Nahass, Senior Vice President, Railroad Financial Corporation and Financial Editor, Railway Age
   
5:00-6:00 Cocktail Reception - Sponsorship Available | Expo Open
   
   
Thursday, June 8
8:00 Continental Breakfast - Sponsorship Available | Expo Open
   
9:00 The Regulatory Environment—Railway Supplier Perspective
Tom Simpson, President, Railway Supply Institute
James Rader, Vice President Regulatory Services, The Greenbrier Companies
Hosted by Stuart Chirls, Senior Editor, Railway Age
   
9:30

Regional and Short Line Issues
Brian Miller, President, R. J. Corman Railroad Company
Peter A. Gilbertson, President & Chief Executive Officer, Anacostia Rail Holdings Co.
Pete Claussen, Founder & Chairman, Gulf & Ohio Railways / Knoxville Locomotive Works
Hosted by Roy Blanchard, Contributing Editor, Railway Age

   
10:45 Morning Coffee Break - Sponsorship Available | Expo Open
   
11:00 Supplier Challenges and Opportunities
Ted Baun, Chief Commercial Officer, FreightCar America
John Brohm, Executive Vice President, PNR Railworks
Dr. Brijesh Dixit, Managing Director, Maha Metro
Hosted by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
12:00 Closing Session
Donald A. Orseno, Executive Director and CEO, and Norman Carlson, Board Chairman, Metra
Hosted by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
   
12:45 Adjourn
   
  Agenda subject to change.

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Light Rail 2017
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Rail Transit Finance Forum
 
APRIL 18, 2017

8:00 AM  Registration & Continental Breakfast

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
9:00 AM  Keynote Address
David Genova, General Manager & Chief Executive Officer, Regional Transportation District, Denver

9:30 AM  The Rise, Fall and Resurgence of LRT
John D. Swanson, Principal Consultant, Engineering, North America-Infrastructure, SNC Lavalin Rail & Transit Inc.

10:15 AM  The Denver Story, from Starter Line to Network
Bill Van Meter, Assistant General Manager, Planning and Henry Stopplekamp, Assistant General Manager, Capital Programs, Regional Transportation District, Denver

10:45 AM  Coffee Break
 
SAFETY, STAFFING AND TRAINING
11:00 AM  Start up Considerations: Training and Qualification, Labor Relations
Gary Schafer, Acting General Superintendent, Rail Transportation for Denver RTD

11:30 AM  Safety Regulations and APTA Standards
Christopher E. Wallgren, Vice President, Transportation Resource Associates

12:00 NOON  Luncheon
 
ENGINEERING
1:30 PM  Street-Running Trackwork
Anthony Fazio, P.E., Director, Track Engineering and Design, SEPTA

2:00 PM  Tunnel Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Avinash Prasad, Civil Engineer, MTA New York City Transit & Purnima Aishwarya Prasad, ASCE, SWENext, Engineering Student/ Research Assistant

2:30 PM  Wayside Energy Storage Application for Traction Power
Patrick Savoie, Business Development Manager – Energy Management Systems, Rail Transportation, DC Wayside Power, ABB
 
3:00 PM   Energy Break: Sponsored by KINKISHARYO International, L.L.C.
 
OPERATIONS, DEDICATED and SHARED-USE
3:30 PM  Expedited Service, Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Ray Kenny, Transportation Services Chief, BRT Rail Services
 
4:00 PM  Shared-Use with Freight, Operational and Safety Considerations
Rob Troup, Vice President and Regional Director-Systems, HNTB

4:30 PM Shared-Use with Freight, Contractual and Access Considerations
Kevin Sheys, Partner, Nossaman LLP
 
5:00 PM   Cocktail Reception

 
APRIL 19, 2017

8:00 AM  Registration & Continental Breakfast
 
ROLLING STOCK
9:00 AM  Carbuilder Roundtable Discussion
Moderated by Railway Age Editor-in-Chief William C. Vantuono.
Barbara M. Schroeder, P.E., Systems & Infrastructure Business Development Director | North America, Alstom Transportation Inc.
Bill Covino, Vice President, Vehicle Maintenance & Modification, KINKISHARYO International, L.L.C.
Robin Stimson, Vice President Business Development, Siemens Industry, Inc.
Joel McNeil, Vice President Business Development, Brookville Equipment Corp.
Jitendra Tomar, Vice President, Marketing & Business Development, CAF USA.
 
10:15 AM  Coffee Break
 
FUTURE PROJECTS & TECHNOLOGY
10:30 AM  Vehicle Technologies: Staying Ahead of the Curve
Dominic DiBrito, President, LTK Engineering Services
 
11:30 AM  Alternative Vehicle Technologies
Barbara M. Schroeder, P.E., Systems & Infrastructure Business Development Director | North America, Alstom Transportation Inc.

12:15 PM  Adjourn

RTD TOUR
1:00 PM  Departure for RTD Transit Tour
Assembly point is on the lobby level of the Grand Hyatt, by the Welton Street entrance.
Space is limited. Please wear hard-soled, closed-toe shoes. Transportation will be provided.

Tour Timeline:
1:45 PM  Arrival at Elati Light Rail Facility
2:00 PM  Tour of Elati Maintenance Shop, Substation and Training Simulator
3:00 PM  Departure – participants board bus to depart to Mariposa Facility
3:30 PM  Arrival Mariposa Facility – tour a mid-life rebuild in process
4:30 PM  Departure from Mariposa to return to Grand Hyatt Denver

4:45 PM  Return to Grand Hyatt Denver

APRIL 20, 2017
RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM

8:00 AM  Registration & Continental Breakfast
 
OVERVIEW OF FUNDING SOURCES
9:00 AM  Keynote Address
Dr. Michael Horodniceanu, P.E., President, MTA Capital Construction Company 

9:30 AM  What You Need to Know about the Federal Transit Administration Process
Rick Bacigalupo, Partner, Cardinal Infrastructure
 
PPPs AT WORK
10:00 AM  Denver Eagle P3 FasTrack Project
Doug MacLeod, RTD Controller, Regional Transportation District, Denver

10:30 AM  Coffee Break

10:45 AM  Public-Private Partnerships: The New Paradigm
Moderated by Severn Miller, Partner, Cardinal Infrastructure. 
Bryan Kendro, Vice President – Project Development, Star America Infrastructure Partners 
Andrée Blais, Partner, Nossaman LLP

12:00 NOON  Luncheon
 
FINANCING STRATEGIES
1:00 PM  Luncheon Address
Scott E. Trommer, U.S. Advisory Services Division, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff 

1:30 PM  Project Financial Viability Considerations
Andrew Ward, Director-Public Finance, Fitch Ratings

2:30 PM  Adjourn

Tuesday, 22 November 2016 00:00

Rail Transit Finance Forum

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- April 20, 2017 -

 Grand Hyatt Denver | Denver, CO 

Financing the Future of Rail Transit
     

Railway Age builds on its successful Light Rail event by following the second annual conference with a special one-day seminar: RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM.

Financing new-build and expansion/improvement projects and acquiring new rolling stock is a challenge for even the most experienced rail transit professionals at the largest agencies. There is a virtually endless variety of options for acquiring the necessary financing. Monetary sources – from government grants and loan programs to private investment – are often in short supply, with numerous conditions and constraints.

HorodniceanuThe competition for funds is fierce. Often, there aren’t enough resources to satisfy pent-up demand. The public clamors for more and better service, and satisfying their needs requires insight as well resources. Featuring a keynote address from Dr. Michael Horodniceanu P.E.—President, MTA Capital Construction Company—the RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM will provide the insight required to make informed decisions.

FORUM TOPICS

• What You Need to Know about the Federal Transit Administration Process
• Public-Private Partnerships: The New Paradigm
• RRIF Loans, Bond Issues, Special Taxes and Voter Referendums
• Balancing Federal, State and Local Requirements
• When Design-Build-Operate-Maintain is a Good Approach
• Sale-Leasebacks and Other Forms of Creative Financing
• Finding the Right Consultants and Program Managers
• Project Planning that Gets Financial Results

Join us – along with industry experts from all areas of the rail transit financing and construction sector – at the RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM, to expand your knowledge and increase your chances of getting your project beyond the planning stages.

HOTEL | VENUE

Event attendees can book at the Grand Hyatt Denver at the special rate of $209/night (single/double, additional taxes & fees may apply). There are a limited number of rooms still available; please make your reservations as soon as possible. Mention Railway Age when booking.

Reserve online:
https://aws.passkey.com/go/RailwayAgeDenver

GRAND HYATT DENVER
1750 Welton Street
Denver, Colorado, USA, 80202
Tel: +1 303 295 1234

 
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Sponsorships
 
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Railway Age | RT&S Light Rail 2017

   
     
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Alstom Siemens Huber+Suhner    
         
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Simmons-Boardman Conferences | Tel. 212.620.7208 / 212.620.7205 | conferences@sbpub.com
 

 

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 -CBTC & PTC: Tomorrow’s technology for today’s railways- 

October 19 & 20, 2017 | Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown

The International Conference on Next-Gen Train Control will feature in-depth technical sessions and comprehensive project updates on CBTC for rail transit and PTC for main line railways presented by leading experts from around the world.

Now in its third decade, this conference is the rail industry’s single-most important gathering of communications and signaling professionals from around the globe. It is the place where suppliers and consultants interface directly with customers.


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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Veronique “Ronnie” Hakim
President
MTA New York City Transit

 

 

Key Topics
• Project Updates: New York City Transit, Toronto Transit Commission, San Francisco Muni, Calgary, AAR Freight Railroads, European ERTMS
• Safety Certification
• PTC Testing and Implementation Issues
• CBTC: PATH Testing and Implementation
• CENELEC, AREMA, MIL, IEEE Standards
• PTC Federal Communications Commission Issues
• Communications, Positioning, Information Processing and IT Architecture
• Supplier Roundtable

Hotel | Venue

Attendees of Next-Gen Train Control receive a discounted hotel rate of $199/night. Rate is valid three days before and after the event.

If calling, mention Railway Age Next-Gen Train Control when making your reservation. Our room block closes September 27.

Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown
21 Juniper Street
Philadelphia, PA 19101
Reservations:  215.496.3200
Group:  Railway Age Next-Gen Train Control

Reserve your hotel room online

Contact Us
Tel: 212.620.7208 | E: conferences@sbpub.com

 

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Railway Age | Parsons

 

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 00:00

Light Rail, presented by Railway Age and RT&S

Light Rail 2017

 

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Rail Transit Finance Forum

 

 

 


April 18 - April 20, 2017 | Grand Hyatt Denver, Denver, CO

PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS

Light rail transit, the fastest-growing passenger rail mode, employs a full range of technologies and operating practices—unlike rapid transit, which is highly standardized. There are significant differences in light rail vehicle configuration and capabilities. Operating practices are spread over a wide spectrum. Thoughtful, expert service planning and applications engineering is essential. “Out of the box” solutions are inadequate.

Developed for transportation professionals in planning, operations, civil engineering, signaling and vehicle engineering—as well as students at the undergraduate and graduate level—the Railway Age/Railway Track & Structures Second Annual Planning, Engineering and Operating Light Rail conference will offer a comprehensive review of the specialized technical and operational issues associated with light and interurban railways. It will also examine the relationship between transportation and economic development in a modern urban environment. 

For 2017, we’ve selected Denver, Colorado—a burgeoning region for rail transit, with billions already invested and more billions on the drawing board—as the location. Denver RTD will be our host.

Dave Genova

 

 

Keynote Address — Light Rail
David Genova
General Manager & Chief Executive Officer
Regional Transportation District, Denver

 

Michael Horodniceanu

 

 

Keynote Address — Rail Transit Finance
Dr. Michael Horodniceanu, P.E.
President
MTA Capital Construction Company

 

Topics Include:
• Alternate Vehicle Technologies (AVT)
• The Streetcar Boom
• Analysis of Expedited Service
• Signaling and Train Control Options
• Shared-Use with Freight Rail
• North American New-Build/Expansion Project Updates
• Carbuilder Roundtable Discussion
• Environmental Permitting
• RTD FasTracks Program

FINANCING THE FUTURE OF RAIL TRANSIT

Railway Age builds on its successful Light Rail event by incorporating additional content for 2017: RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM, a special one-day seminar.

Financing new-build and expansion/improvement projects and acquiring new rolling stock is a challenge for even the most experienced rail transit professionals at the largest agencies. The RAIL TRANSIT FINANCE FORUM will provide the insight required to make informed decisions.

• What You Need to Know about the Federal Transit Administration Process
• Public-Private Partnerships: The New Paradigm
• RRIF Loans, Bond Issues, Special Taxes and Voter Referendums
• Balancing Federal, State and Local Requirements
• When Design-Build-Operate-Maintain is a Good Approach
• Sale-Leasebacks and Other Forms of Creative Financing
• Finding the Right Consultants and Program Managers
• Project Planning that Gets Financial Results

 

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Railway Age and RT&S

 

 

Simmons-Boardman Conferences | Tel. 212.620.7208 / 212.620.7205 | conferences@sbpub.com

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 00:00

Rail Insights, presented by Railway Age

Rail Insights 2017

 

  June 7 & 8, 2017 | Union League Club of Chicago | Chicago, IL  

Explore the Challenges, Issues, and Trends Affecting the North American Rail Market

 

 


Railway Age's Third Annual RAIL INSIGHTS takes place June 7 & 8, 2017 in Chicago, IL.
Once again, the event will focus on interactive, probing dialogue among top-level industry executives, Railway Age’s experienced, knowledgeable editors, and attendees.

Rail Insights offers a unique opportunity to engage, interact, and collaborate on your ideas and insights with the industry’s leadership on key strategic challenges, issues and trends affecting business growth, capital investment, technology, regulation, service quality and safety in the North American Rail Market.

 

Confirmed Speakers Include

Rob Troup
Keith Creel
President
& Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Pacific
Gilbertson
Peter A. Gilbertson 
President
& Chief Executive Officer
Anacostia Rail Holdings Co.
Claussen
Pete Claussen 
Founder & Chairman
Gulf & Ohio Railways / 
Knoxville Locomotive Works

 

Hamberger
Ed Hamberger
President
& Chief Executive Officer
AAR
McHugh
Joe McHugh
VP, State Supported Services
Business Development
Amtrak
Miller
Brian Miller
President
R. J. Corman Railroad
Company

 

Simpson
Tom Simpson
President
Railway Supply Institute
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Hotel Block & Venue

RAIL INSIGHTS will be held at the Union League Club of Chicago. Our group rate is $209/night (plus taxes, fees). Reservations are based on availability. To book, contact the ULC at clubservices@ulcc.org, 1.800.443.0578, and reference "Railway Age Rail Insights."

Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604

 

2016 Event News Coverage

Rail Insights: Norfolk Southern and CNG
Rail Insights: Supplier International Opportunities
Rail Insights: AAR on Passenger Rail and Freight
Rail Insights: UP Locomotive Orders
Rail Insights: AAR on FRA's Two-person Cab Rule
Rail Insights: Union Pacific and PTC

 

Supporting Organizations

  gold sponsor   MPLInnovationsInc300      
             
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Sponsorships & Exhibits

Sponsorships and exhibits are available for all Railway Age events. Contact Jon Chalon (212) 620-7224, jchalon@sbpub.com

 

Contact Us

Contact us at (212) 620-7205, conferences@sbpub.com

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 23:00

Next-Gen Train Control Conference | Agenda

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September 15 & 16, 2016 |  Key Bridge Marriott Hotel | Arlington, VA
 
Conference Agenda
 
Thursday, September 15
     
8:00  
Registration
Continental Breakfast | Sponsorship Available 
     
9:00   Keynote Address
Thomas F. Prendergast, Chairman, New York MTA

     
9:30  

CBTC and PTC: How Much Convergence?
Woshiar Mavarani, Train Control Systems Designer, Parsons

     
10:15   Modeling, CBTC vs. PTC
Carl Wood, Principal Rail Operations and Facilities Planner, Parsons
     
10:45  

Coffee Break | Sponsored by M.C. Dean

   
11:00   Project Updates
Moderator: Yousef Kimiagar MMSc., P.Eng., PMP, Senior Program Director, Global CBTC Practice Lead, Transport Systems Toronto Area Manager, PARSONS
• BART
Robert Powers, Assistant General Manager, Planning, Development & Construction, BART 
Dave Keevill, Technical Director, Parsons
• PTC in the Northeast
Larry Light, Director Positive Train Control, SYSTRA
     
12:00  

Luncheon | Sponsored by THALES TRANSPORT & SECURITY, INC.
Luncheon Speaker:
Steven R. Ditmeyer, Principal, Transportation Technology and Economics

     
1:30   Standards: CENELEC, AREMA, MIL, IEEE
David Thurston, Vice President WSP/Parsons Brinckerhoff; Vice President, Land Transportation Division, IEEE
     
2:30   Chicago Interoperability Challenges
Bruce Marcheschi, Chief Engineering Officer, Metra

     
3:00   Energy Break | Sponsored by Rail Safety Consulting A division of TUV Rheinland Mobility
     
3:15  

Project Updates
Moderator: Yousef Kimiagar MMSc., P.Eng., PMP, Senior Program Director, Global CBTC Practice Lead, Transport Systems Toronto Area Manager, PARSONS
CBTC Deployment Status & the Queens Boulevard Line
Nidhish Patel, P.E., Program Executive - Signals and Train Control, MTA New York City Transit
Banedanmark (Denmark)
David Chabanon, Project Manager, Parsons

     
4:15   PTC Testing and Implementation Issues
Tim Tierney, Vice President and Chief Engineer, Conrail

William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age
     
5:00   Cocktail Reception Sponsored by PARSONS
     
     
Friday, September 16
     
8:00   Continental Breakfast | Sponsored by SIEMENS
     
9:00   Supplier Roundtable
Moderated by Nick LaRocco, Vice President, Parsons
John Paljug, President and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Rail Automation
Denny Lengyel, Staff Vice President, Surface Transportation and Critical Infrastructure, IMS, Rockwell Collins
Glen Dargy, AVP Advanced Systems, Herzog Technologies, Inc.

Nicholas Columbare, Solutions Director, Alstom Signaling Inc.
Jason Lauffer, Director Business Development, Thales Transport & Security, Inc.
Mark J. Gruber P.E., Head of Wayside USA Signaling, Engineering & Commissioning, Ansaldo STS

Joe Greco, Bid Manager, Bombardier
     
10:00   Coffee Break | Sponsored by CBTC Solutions Inc.
     
10:15   Factors that Drive the Need for Secondary Train Control Systems with CBTC
Dr. Alan Rumsey, Principal, Rumsey Transit Systems Consulting

     
12:00   Adjourn
     
    Program subject to change/augmentation
 

 

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