Middle East Rail 2021

12 Oct 2021 - 13 Oct 2021

Middle East Rail 2021
View event site Location: Festival Arena - Dubai Festival City - Al Badia Boulevard - Dubai - United Arab Emirates Organiser: Terrapinn Organiser Website: https://www.terrapinn.com/ Organiser phone: +971 4440 2500 Organiser email: [email protected]

Middle East Rail will take place at the Festival Arena, Dubai on 12–13 October 2021. This event is free to attend.

About Middle East Rail

Now in its 15th year, Middle East Rail has grown to become the largest and most established transport event in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia regions. This annual event features a conference and an exhibition. The conference will host more than 100 speakers with panel discussions, presentations and keynote speeches, while the exhibition will host more than 150 exhibitors who will showcase the latest products from the region.

Conference Highlights

  • Presentation: The future beyond oil – a city without cars and roads
  • Unlocking transportation trends: utilising innovation to shape the future of transport and transit
  • Panel: Developing a world-leading urban mobility landscape – evaluating innovative global projects
  • Presentation: The full transformation of passenger experience from the first to the last mile
  • Panel: Generating a low-carbon, urban economy: accommodating active multimodalism for future planning
  • Presentation: Sustainable freight and truck vs trains: reducing greenhouse gases, eliminating CO2 emissions
  • Presentation: WiFi 6 for networks – reducing congestion, managing usage and enhancing safety

Exhibition Highlights

The exhibitors will showcase products and services from 14 categories, including signalling & communications; payments & ticketing; tunnelling; maintenance; IT/software/digital technology

The event is held in partnership with Etihad Rail, the Federal Transport Authority – Land & Marine, and United Arab Emirates Ministry of Infrastructure Development.

Register for free here.

Middle East Rail is organised by Terrapinn.

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