Next-Generation Train Control Conference 2017

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

October 19 & 20, 2017 at the 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
Managing Director
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority

 

 

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

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

 

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