Discuss the future of Traffic Management Systems and the implications of their use for all types of rail

With Traffic Management Systems (TMS) being used in both underground and mainline railway, now is the time for the industry to understand how to make the most of these new systems. Hosted with the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers, attend the only seminar to focus on TMS and the implications of their use for all types of rail.

Hear more about the latest trials of TMS on mainline rail as well as lessons learnt from underground use. Gain insight into the vision for the Digital Railway and what this means for infrastructure and train-borne signalling systems. Understand the management of factors such as safety margins and braking that will be needed to support the modern Digital Railway.

Attend this seminar to:

  • Hear from leading organisations in rail with their perspective on the systems including Network Rail, Transport for London, European Union Agency for
  • Railways (ERA) and Rail Delivery Group
  • Gain greater clarity into traffic management systems and how they can benefit the running of your systems
  • Learn about current use of TMS on the underground and trials on mainline rail
  • Gain best practice in managing safety margins when applying different signalling systems
  • Network and engage with key players in TMS including train operators, rolling stock manufacturers, systems engineers and regulators

Key speakers include:

  • Andy Doherty, Chief Technology Officer, Network Rail
  • Daniel Achermann, Senior Expert on Traffic Management Systems, Swiss Federal Railways
  • Russell Parish, Strategy and Performance Manager, TfL Elizabeth Line Operations
  • Vish Kalsapura, Principal Engineer, Digital Railway
  • Pio Guido, Head of the European Rail Traffic Management Systems (ERTMS) Unit, European Union Agency for Railways (ERA)

To view the full speaker line-up and seminar programme, visit www.imeche.org/tms

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