Musée du Transport Urbains, Brussels
16-17 May 2019
EU Light Rail brings together leading policy-makers and innovators to help shape the future of urban mobility.
Celebrating the past, present and future of sustainable, efficient urban travel, this year’s event is once again held in the magnificent Musée du Transport Urbains in central Brussels – 2019 also marking 150 years of tramway operation in Belgium’s capital.
With two days of interactive debates, an accompanying exhibition of some of the industry’s leading service providers, technical tours of STIB-MVIB’s state-of-the-art new Marconi tram facility, and over eight hours of networking time, EU Light Rail puts you at the heart of the debate on the future of urban travel.
> Jan Pannus – Director of Movement, Tram Unit, STIB-MIVB
> Laurent Dauby – Rail Director, UITP
> Peter Cushing – CEO, Light Rail Safety Standards Board
> Filip Jiřík – Strategic and Investment Development, DPP (Praha)
> Thomas Lorent – Head of Transit Steering Group, Pandrol
> Matthias Hoffmann – Sales Director, Siemens Mobility
> Ian Rowe – Managing Director, IRAL/Tram-Pro
> Arnould Koopmans – Business Manager, Rail, Lankhorst Mouldings
Your two days will include presentations and
interactive debates on topics such as:
> Urban transit and the Smart City
> Enhancing the customer experience
> Digital wayfinding and real-time passenger information
> Wearable tech as the new travel currency
> BIM and digital engineering
> Future signalling technologies
> Advanced asset monitoring strategies
> Tramway innovation: Past, Present and Future
> Alternative traction power supplies
> Mobility as a Service
Who should attend?
7 benefits of attending EU Light Rail
Learn from the latest case studies on the latest innovations in the European light rail market.
Enhance your communication with passengers and key stakeholders.
Improve efficiency through the smart use of technology.
Reduce your environmental footprint.
Understand the requirements that rail operators prioritising in the 21st Century.
Workshop with peers to share best practice on safety, maintenance and operation.
Develop relationships with other professionals from across the European light rail sector.
To discuss how you can be part of it contact us at +44 (0) 1733 367600
EU Light Rail
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