Train Control Management Systems 2019

Automated Systems Integration to Increase Throughput, Ensure Safety and Maximise Network Responsiveness

The Train Control and Management System (TCMS) market is projected to reach USD $3.58 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 8.02%. With growing populations, urbanisation, and an increasing need for high speed, reliable public rail, the demand for Train Control Management Systems is skyrocketing.

With that in mind, the 8th Annual Train Control Management Systems Summit is back with a significant focus on the future of rail in Australia and how we can be implementing innovative technology in digitising and automating rail networks and signalling systems to combat these issues.


Key new 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

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Why Attend

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Engage in networking opportunities with some of Australia's engineering and operational system directors

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Learn practical ways in system requirements and integrating ETCS into existing networks and learn about the latest train control projects in Australia

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Benefit from three highly interactive workshops and enjoy a complimentary site tour into Sydney Trains’ new Rail Operations Centre (ROC)

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Assisting staff through the transition and acceptance for automation to develop skillsets, capacity and better prepare for the future





 

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