Rail Telecoms are the Vital Backbone for Modern Rail Operations

Any interruption of service has a profound effect on passengers and rail operators alike, which is why Drive Tests are critical to ensuring continuous operations.

This webinar aims to provide a good overview of what a radio, telecoms or signalling engineer needs to know about using Drive Tests in the rail environment.

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Webinar: Using Drive Test to Optimize Rail Telecoms Performance

Thursday 28th September 2023 at 9.30 GMT | 10.30 CET

Please join our 60 minute webinar – Register here

Our key speaker for the session is Luca Fornasiero, a railway Drive Test expert at VIAVI, who will cover:

  • why and when you should use Drive Tests
  • what tests are required at every stage of the lifecycle (including the importance of using Drive Tests for lines in daily operation)
  • top tips for Drive Test data collection, analytics, troubleshooting & reporting on key metrics

There will also be time for questions on the day.

This webinar will be useful for anyone who is:

  • responsible for rail telecoms
  • new to Drive Test
  • interested in GSM-R and/or FRMCS
  • involved in implementing ETCS projects
  • operating lines where trains depend on voice & data calls
  • working in signalling & telecoms diagnostics
  • managing rail telecoms assets

Got a question in advance?

Help to shape the agenda and send your question to [email protected] – Thank you. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Register here

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