Train Control Management Systems Summit

30 Aug 2022 - 31 Aug 2022

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View event site Location: Rydges World Square Hotel, Pitt Street, Sydney NSW, Australia Organiser: IQPC Organiser Website: Organiser phone: 61 (2) 9229 1000 Organiser email: [email protected]

The 12th annual Train Control Management Systems Summit will take place on 30–31 August in Sydney, Australia.

The Train Control Management Systems Summit (TCMS) is an annual event designed to explore digital innovation, workforce development and automation in railways, aiming for long-term economic, environmental and social benefits. TCMS 2022 offers the opportunity to learn from senior rail operations, train control and signalling experts, discover how organisations are using innovative train control technology, and interact and learn from your peers with demonstrations, discussions, and networking.

The agenda is as follows:

Day 1:

  • Delivering Evolution in Rail Transport with Communication-Based Control Systems
  • An inside view on the state-of-the-art, fully automated Sydney Northwest Metro Rail System
  • Speed networking
  • Transformational Demo Drive
  • Common misunderstandings in the development of rail automation systems
  • Exploring train control systems advancements
  • Panel discussion: Improving network reliability through communication-based technology
  • Interactive discussion groups
  • Increasing the safety and reliability of your railway
  • Networking drinks

Day 2:

  • An insight into Melbourne Metro Rail’s TCMS
  • Upgrading operating efficiency for urban trail transit to ease congestion
  • Update on the Standardisation and Deployment Processes of the Future Rail Mobile Communications System
  • Integrating People and Technology to Create an Effective Strategic Plan
  • Yarra Trams approach to reliability modelling
  • Lessons learned from using automation and technology to connect customers
  • Case study: Cross River Rail

Read more about the Train Control Management Systems Summit here and view more about the 2-day agenda here.

Register for your ticket passes here.

The event is organised by IQPC.

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