Train Control Management Systems 2018
Increasing Throughput by Enhancing Network Responsiveness through Automation
Train Control Management Systems are coming into the forefront of rail investments as a recent analysis reveals that the global market is forecast to be worth US$5.01bn by 2024. In Australia alone, we have seen increasing investments into ETCS, CBTC and Automatic Train Protection Systems, and this comes to reduce congestion on existing networks to provide improved, frequent services to customers.
In preparation for the future of automation and driverless trains in our rail network, the 7th Annual Train Control Management Systems Conference 2018 will bring together international and Australian experts in train control. The summit will explore the seamless integration of systems and management of partnerships and change throughout the innovation and transition into future train control.
Key themes for the Train Control Management Systems Conference are, but not limited to:
- Integration of new systems and technology from the control centre, and what this will mean for network operations and communication needs
- Assisting staff through the transition and acceptance for automation to develop skillsets, capacity and better prepare for the future
- Developing the right funding models to determine investment of TCMS
- Understanding requirements and overcoming constraints with integrating ETCS-L2 and CBTC in existing networks
- Transforming your services and systems to focuses on enhanced delivery services to meet customer expectations
Engage in networking opportunities with some of Australia's engineering and operational system directors
Learn practical ways in system requirements and integrating ETCS into existing networks and learn about the latest train control projects in Australia
Benefit from three highly interactive workshops and enjoy a complimentary site tour into Sydney Trains’ new Rail Operations Centre (ROC)
Assisting staff through the transition and acceptance for automation to develop skillsets, capacity and better prepare for the future