Themes are ‘Cyber Security’ and ‘Automatic Train Operation’
Marieke van Gompel
The Intelligent Rail Summit 2017 took take place on 28, 29 and 30 November at the Infocenter of Wiener Linien in Vienna (Austria). This high-level conference about automatic train operation and cyber security in the railway industry was composed in cooperation with the Technical University of Delft and the Technical University of Graz. This event followed the successful Intelligent Rail Summit last year in Italy. The 2017 edition focussed on innovative technologies that will prepare the railway industry for the future.
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Intelligent Rail Summit 2017
In a rapidly changing world the railway industry has to prepare itself for future technologies. Self-driving trains and cyber attacks on railway companies are no longer scenarios that will happen in de far away future. To successfully integrate new technologies in rail, the industry should also learn from experiences from other industries. The Intelligent Rail Summit 2017 helps reaching this goal.
During this high-level conference, expert speakers speak about the latest developments on the following themes:
- Automatic Train Operation (ATO) (28 November 2017)
- Cyber security in rail(29 November 2017)
- Technical Visits (30 November 2017)
In addition to the conference programme, we offered delegates technical visits to the UTO Metro Project of the Wiener Linien. Moreover on the first conference day an optional networking dinner took place.
Our programme managers ensure the review and preparation of a high-quality program with a variety of international speakers.
- Dr. Rob Goverde, Delft University of Technology
- Dr. Andreas Schöbel, Vienna University of Technology
- Dr. Matthias Landgraf, Graz University of Technology
- Simon Fletcher, Coordinator European Region at UIC
- Marieke van Gompel, MA, Europoint & RailTech