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InnoTrans 2012

Berlin, 18 - 21 September 2012

With a large number of reference projects and over 220 transport technology firms, Berlin is the main focus of Germany’s transport engineering industry and an ideal venue for InnoTrans, an international platform for buyers and sellers of passenger and freight transport technology. InnoTrans has become established as an international industry showplace focusing on Railway Technology. A full range of rail vehicles are presented in static displays on the Messe Berlin tracks located outside the exhibition halls. Other key InnoTrans features include Railway Infrastructure, Interiors, Public Transport and Tunnel Construction.

UIC ERTMS World Conference, Stockholm 2012

The 2012 UIC ERTMS World Conference will take place in Stockholm from 24 – 26 April.

By bringing together the most knowledgeable professionals in the business to speak on a variety of key topics, the UIC ERTMS Conference 2012 provides a unique forum to take stock of progress and to publicly present the agenda for the future of ERTMS/ETCS.

Transport Research Arena

Athens, Greece, April 23-26 2012
TRA is not just a conference but an arena which aims at bringing together European stakeholders from all areas of transport and transport-related activities. It is with a great satisfaction that we welcome the initiative taken on the occasion of TRA 2012 to extend the scope of the conference to all modes of surface transport: road, rail and waterborne. A renewed TRA, covering all transport modes but also urban transport planning and mobility as well as co-modality, is precisely what the European Commission was calling for. This will happen in Athens in 2012.

For more information about the conference please consult the dedicated web-site
http://www.traconference.eu

Workshop at the University of York on 27th September 2011

Railway Safety Technology Research Centre
Software Assessment and Certification for Railway Applications:
Technology Challenges and Opportunities

Improving the transparency of the safety argumentation – Results of the EU-Project INESS

Dr Jörg Müller, Institute for Traffic Safety and Automation Engineering - University of Braunschweig

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Improving the transparency of the safety argumentation – Results of the EU-Project INESS

FP7 Mid-term Evaluation

16-17 June, BUdapest, Hungary
The FP7 Mid-term Evaluation Event will present the findings and engages parties to discuss the implications for the future.

COMADEM 2011

24th International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostics Engineering Management
Stavanger, Norway, 30 May - 1 June 2011

  •  The congress covered all aspects of performance monitoring, health management, failure diagnosis, risk, reliability, maintenance, etc.

    Approach for successful LCC Data collection and analysis
    Christian HOFFART, Thomas HIRSCH

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    COMADEM 2011

    WCRR 2011

    9th World Congress on Railway Research
    Lille, 22-26 May 2011

    The WCRR 2011 is an outstanding international meeting whose target is to promote exchange between researchers, manufacturers and operators as well as to share their experience.

    It’s the best opportunity for promoting and fostering research’s added value for the transport world as a whole and more particularly for its clients, freight and passengers through the stakes of future mobility.

    For the WCRR 2011 edition, the international community of railway research made its contribution through eight federating and innovating challenges that are definitively client oriented.

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    WCRR Lille

    WCEAM 2010 Fifth World Congress on Engineering Asset Management

    Brisbane Queensland, Australia, 25-27 October 2010

    The fifth World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM-AGIC 2010) was held in Brisbane Queensland, Australia from 25-27 October 2010, incorporating the 2010 Annual Conference of the Australian Green Infrastructure Council (AGIC).
    The objective of WCEAM is to bring together academics, practitioners and scientists from all around the world:

  •  to promote research, development and application in the field of Engineering Asset Management;
  •  to strengthen the link between academic researchers and industrial practitioners in the field;
  •  to showcase the state of the art systems and technology in Engineering Asset Management.

    LIFE CYCLE COSTING IN HIGH COMPLEX INDUSTRIES – DEVELOPING AND
    APPLYING A LIFE CYCLE COSTING APPROACH IN THE RAILWAY INDUSTRY

    Christian Hoffart, Philipp Stüer

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    WCEAM2010

    Connecting IT and Transport

    Munich, 9 November 2010

    Harmonising Safety Cases (INESS)
    Carsten Trog

    Connecting IT and Transport {PDF}

    AKIDA 2010

    For the past 14 years, the goal of the Aachen Colloquium for maintenance, diagnostics and system monitoring was to offer a biennial platform for the active and constructive exchange between industry and research. Achieved with increasing success, AKIDA has become the major symposium in the area of system monitoring and maintenance in Germany.

    Life Cycle Costing für komplexe Investitionsgüter – Instandhaltungskosten im Lebenszyklus europäischer Bahnstellwerke
    Philipp Stüer

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    AKIDA 2010

    INNOTRANS 2010

    International Trade Fair for Transport Technology

  •  Innovative Components, Vehicles, Systems -

    21-24 September, Berlin

    With a large number of reference projects and over 220 transport technology firms, Berlin is the main focus of Germany’s transport engineering industry and an ideal venue for InnoTrans, an international platform for buyers and sellers of passenger and freight transport technology. InnoTrans has become established as an international industry showplace focusing on Railway Technology. A full range of rail vehicles are presented in static displays on the Messe Berlin tracks located outside the exhibition halls. Other key InnoTrans features include Railway Infrastructure, Interiors, Public Transport and Tunnel Construction.

    ESREL 2010 Annual Conference

    The annual ESREL Conference stem from a European initiative merging several national Conferences into a major yearly conference under the auspices of the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA).

    The conference provided a forum for presentation and discussion of scientific papers covering theory, methods and applications in the fields of risk, safety and reliability to a wide range of sectors and problem areas.

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    ERSEL Presentation

    The IMS Summer School: Manufacturing Strategy

    First Edition 2010: Sustainable Manufacturing
    ETH Zurich, May 26-28, 2010

    The IMS Summer School 2010 on Sustainable Manufacturing approaches two evolving research topics:

  •  Sustainable lifecycle of products and production systems
  •  Sustainable products and production, services and maintenance

    Young researchers and industry practitioners with special interest in these topics were invited to present problems, share knowledge and discuss these topics in plenary and parallel sessions during the summer school.

  •  Participants from research presented research projects
  •  Participants from industry presented real challenges and discuss solutions
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    Paper - IMS Summer school 2010 LCC

    Software Technologies Concertation on Formal Methods for Components and Objects

    4 - 6 November 2009

    Part of the Formal Method week, Eindhoven
    The Netherlands

    For more information please consult the FMCO web-site

    19th International Railway Safety Conference 2009

    Båstad, Sweden, 28 September – 02 October 2009

    IRSC is an event that is organised by the sector, for the sector and is not for profit. It is a forum that brings together rail safety professionals from around the globe in order to exchange information and provide experiences and lessons learned in rail safety. As running a rail network safely involves most if not all the sub-systems of the rail architecture, IRSC extends to a wide range of subject areas.

    The 5 core themes of IRSC 2009 were:

    1. Safety management in a changing world 2. Human behaviour in a complex system 3. How safe is safe enough? 4. Safety and security – harmonised or conflicting goals 5. Safety standards – harmonisation or uniformity

    Around 140 participants from 22 countries with representation from all 5 continents were in Båstad.

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    Presentation Carsten Trog & Jörg Müller Safety Case Process

    ERTMS World Conference

    This year the UIC ERTMS World Conference was held in Malaga, Spain, from 31 March to 2 April 2009.

    The programme included keynote speeches and presentations on the latest developments, issues and challenges surrounding the adoption of ERTMS by Infrastructure Managers and Train Operating Companies (Railway Undertakings).

    The conference attracted 800 participants from around the world, bringing together representatives from leading railway organisations and associated companies.

    In tandem with the conference was the ERTMS exhibition, held in a dedicated 5000m² space within the conference venue, where visitors had the opportunity to liaise with UIC (organisers), participating UNIFE members, GSM-R industry representatives and prominent professionals from railway signalling and telecommunications.

    Representing railway signalling, the European INESS project was also presented at the exhibition. INESS project representatives were available to inform participants and visitors about the latest developments.

    Printed information about the project is available at UIC for your information.

    8th World Congress on Railway Research

    Logo WCRR

    The 8th World Congress on Railway Research (WCRR 2008), the world’s largest railway festival was held in Seoul between May 18 and 22 co-hosted by KORAIL, KR and KRRI. The 5-day event was attended by 800 CEOs and experts in the railway sector from 50 countries across the world. Under the theme ’Towards a Global Railway’, the congress consisted of academic sessions, exhibition and technical visits.

    "ERTMS compliant interlockings - INESS project - INtegrated European Signalling System" was presented by Paolo de Cicco (UIC), Peter Winter (SBB Consulting), Andy Doherty (Network Rail) and Frans Heijnen (Invensys Rail Group).

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    INESS Presentation - WCRR 2008
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    INESS presentation - Abstract - WCRR 2008
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