Events


  • 14 November 2018 – London / UK

    The Rail Infrastructure Conference 2018



    The Rail Infrastructure Conference 2018

    Accelerate: Rail Infrastructure 2018 brings together senior decision-makers delivering major rail projects from across the UK and beyond. The conference will discuss the industry’s main challenges and solutions in building a larger and more connected railway system.




    Covering areas such as CP6, an update on the UK’s largest construction projects, The Digital Railway and the supply-chain, Accelerate: Rail Infrastructure 2018 gives unparalleled insights into the state of the industry and plans for the future. New to this year, hear insights from abroad with presentations from DB Cargo and the Australian Government’s Department for Transport.


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  • 27 - 28 November 2018 – Canberra / Australia

    AusRAIL

    AusRAIL

    With the theme, ‘Rail – For a Better Future’, AusRAIL 2018 will attract over 700 senior attendees to the conference program which includes plenary sessions, technical streams, live polling sessions and forums with well-respected industry leaders and CEOs.


    AusRAIL 2018 features Australasia’s largest rail exhibition running alongside the conference with up to 120 exhibiting organisations.


    AusRAIL’s networking and social events includes the Welcome Reception, Exhibition Networking Drinks, and Gala Dinner.


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  • 26 - 27 February 2019 - Dubai

    MIDDLE EAST RAIL 2019

    Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Presidential Affairs, H.E. Dr. Abdulla Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure and Development and Chairman of the Federal Transport Authority – Land and Maritime, UAE, is delighted to invite you to attend Middle East Rail 2019.


    For over a decade Middle East Rail has celebrated being the premier event in the region; the unrivalled meeting place for the leaders of the regional rail industry.


    As Middle East Rail enters its 13th year, it now welcomes over 7,500 attendees and takes up over 22,500 sqm at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre in the UAE.


    Over 350 exhibitors will come together to meet the operational needs of regional rail operators.

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  • 05 - 07 Mars 2019 – Bilbao / Spain

    Rail Live! 2019

    Rail Live! is an exhibition and sponsored conference that will be held together with the Digital Rail Show, the World Metro & Light Rail Congress and R.A.I.L. It will bring together an all-encompassing rail show with a conference about all that is exciting and innovative in the rail sector.


    The expo will showcase the full range of innovation in the sector from civil engineering and construction to track innovation to new machine tools to signage and construction.


    The conference will concentrate on how new technologies (such as AI and machine learning, new sensors and ‘smart’ technology) are being applied to a very traditional industry (from construction to tracks to stations to manufacturing) with revolutionary new outcomes for operators and their partners.


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  • 26 - 28 March 2019 – Lille / France

    Sifer 2019

    Staged every two years since 1999, SIFER, France’s only B2B international industry exhibition, brings together suppliers and manufacturers of the very latest in railway technology, products and services aimed at meeting the complex needs of main line and urban networks.


    As well as providing a gateway to one of Europe’s major markets, SIFER also helps participating companies to pursue export opportunities, thanks to its track record in attracting international visitors. As the showcase event for France’s dynamic railway supply industry, it sets the scene for wide-ranging and productive exchanges on the future of the industry, and for the establishment of strategic contacts and relationships.


    SIFER is the meeting place for key organisations in the rail industry, as well as a venue for exchanging knowledge and views on the latest developments. Through its cooperation with key organisations leading the development of railway policy and technology, SIFER offers vital insights into future trends of the sector.


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  • 10 - 12 April 2019 – Izmir / Turkey

    Eurasia Rail 2019

    Recognised as Eurasia Region’s only and one of the world’s largest railway industry exhibitions, Eurasia Rail 2019 will bring together the players of the region’s rolling stock infrastructure and logistics industry.

    Eurasia Rail, one of the three biggest railway exhibition in the world, also has the distinction of being the only exhibition in its field in Eurasia Region. Eurasia Rail hosts a comprehensive seminar and conference programme delivering keynote speeches, industry updates and panel discussions on all aspects of the industry.


    Eurasia Rail which hosted 200 companies and 11,949 visitors from 25 countries last year, will be held at fairizmir, Izmir, between 10 – 12 April 2019.


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  • 09 - 12 June 2019 – Stockholm / Sweden

    UITP
    Global Public Transport Summit

    Global Public Transport Summit

    Stockholm: the Host City


    Every two years, UITP chooses a new setting for the Global Public Transport Summit. The next edition will take place on 9 – 12 June 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden, due to the city’s recent achievements in public transport.


    Stockholm is the city where public transport is a form of art. It is believed that there is a genuine craft in using public transport to unite city districts and the archipelago, create a better environment and dynamic growth, and improve people’s quality of life.


    The entire Stockholm region is connected by an efficient public transport system, whether above ground or below, on land or on the water.


    Almost 800,000 Stockholmers use the ever-growing transport network every day, and the percentage of people travelling on public transport vs those travelling by car has increased since the turn of the century, with 49% of all journeys within the county now made by public transport.




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