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14TH TRAINING ON HIGH SPEED SYSTEMS LEVEL I
23 – 27 April 2018
Paris - France




TRAINING ON HIGH SPEED SYSTEMS


UIC members’ cooperation helps ensure that every year around 50 participants interact with more than 40 high level speakers during a week-long session reviewing in detail all the components of a High-Speed Rail System. The training is aimed at decision-makers and is held every year divided in two different levels.

THSS Level II main objective is to provide in-depth and comprehensive insight into the High-Speed System (HSRS), to discuss and develop practical High-Speed projects. Visit strategic points on High Speed system and discuss them on-site will help to integrate.

Our speakers are all experts in the subjects addressed and are drawn mainly from railways, universities and industry. They represent all the countries and world regions with experience in the field of High Speed Rail System.

The program of the training has been specially designed by the UIC Intercity and High-Speed Committee. This group is composed by experts from all the companies and countries involved in HSR Systems as HS2, SNCF, DB, Trenitalia, FCH, FFE, IK, LISEA, EUROSTAR, THALYS, RENFE, ADIF, RZD, PKP, AMTRAK, Euskotren, KORAIL, JR, CR, CARS, THSRC, Trafikverket, FTA, TCDD, ONCF, FTA…

14th Training On High Speed Systems Level I
UIC members’ cooperation helps ensure that every year around 50 participants interact with more than 40 high level speakers during a week-long session reviewing in detail all the components of a High-Speed Rail System. 

 

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New concrete sleeper plant opens in Aschaffenburg

 
 
 



Meet the man tasked with merging Siemens Mobility and Alstom.

Siemens Mobility’s CEO has been appointed integration manager for the company’s merger with Alstom.
Eight days after a memorandum of understanding to combine the two was announced, Siemens Mobility revealed that Jochen Eickholt will play the crucial role of overseeing the amalgamation of the two companies. Previously a joint press release said that Eickholt would “assume an important responsibility in the merged entity”, which is being called Siemens Alstom.

 


Saudi Arabia maintenance contract for Thales.

Thales has signed a two-year deal with the Saudi Railway Company (SAR) to maintain signalling and telecommunication systems for the North-South line. The contract also includes maintenance of electromechanical systems and knowledge transfer for the 2,400km project. Maintenance activities – including of the ECTS Level 2 signalling – will be conducted by Thales engineers and technicians from eight bases along the line.

 


HS2 reveals shortlist for £2.75bn train building contract

Five rolling stock manufacturers have been shortlisted to build trains for HS2. The firms in the race for the £2.75 billion contract are: Alstom, Bombardier, Hitachi, Talgo and Siemens.
HS2 managing director Chris Rayner said that the successful bidder will deliver some of the world’s most advanced rolling stock, engineered to provide seamless, accessible, fast and reliable journeys..

 



SMARTRAIL 2018
17 - 19 April 2018
Amsterdam


 


Track Access Charges Summit 2018

04 - 05 April 2018 – Amsterdam / Netherlands

At the 4th edition of the Track Access Charges Summit 2018 that takes place 4-5 April Amsterdam, the Netherlands, industry leaders will discuss TACs in great detail. Expert speakers of infrastructure managers, railway undertakings, and vehicle producers will present their views, solutions and new insights on costs, mark-up and incentives of Track Access Charges.

The 5th Annual Saudi Arabia Transport & Infrastructure

09 - 10 April 2018 – Riyadh / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

With over 100 exhibitors and 2,500 attendees, Asia Pacific Rail 2018 is your one-stop shop for railway product demonstrations and networking. Asia Pacific Rail brings together key stakeholders across mainline, metro, freight and more, providing you with the perfect platform to connect and engage with your key prospects.

Smartrail 2018

17 - 19 April 2018 – Amsterdam / The Netherlands

Building the digital railway of the future – SmartRail is the place to embrace the technological evolution of rail. It is the dedicated and only show for railway infrastructure managers, train operating companies, system and data integrators and technology suppliers to create the digital railway of the future.

World Metro & Light Rail Congress & Expo

18 - 19 April 2018 – Barakaldo / Spain

The World Metro & Light Rail Congress & Expo is a flagship annual meeting for rail operators, manufacturers and vendors, the international congress boasts an impressive track record of attracting CEOs and senior leaders from metro and light rail systems across the world.

1st Toprail Forum 2018

20 April 2018 – Barcelona/ Spain

In the context of steadily growing international tourism, TopRail is a UIC project that actively promotes railway tourism products by increasing the visibility of service offerings. This is accomplished by fostering close collaboration between stakeholders and their customers to encourage railway tourism opportunities.

14TH Training On High Speed Systems Level I

23 - 27 April 2018 – Paris/ France

UIC members’ cooperation helps ensure that every year around 50 participants interact with more than 40 high level speakers during a week-long session reviewing in detail all the components of a High-Speed Rail System. The training is aimed at decision-makers and is held every year divided in two different levels.