On this page you can find the presentations of the Intelligent Rail Summit 2017 in Vienna, Austria. They are for private use only. We trust you not to spread the presentations.

Day 1 (28 November) – Automatic Train Operation

Session 1: New developments
Rob Goverde: New developments
Andreas Schöbel: The challenges of ATO for scientific research
Roman Treydel: Development of the harmonised European specifications for mainline ATO
Xiaolu Rao: The integration of traffic management and train automation

Session 2: Migration Strategies
Jack Schneider: SBB’s view on ATO
Alfons Schaafsma: Automatic Train Operation: an important building block for a modern railway industry
Volker Knollmann: Automatic Train Operation Migration Strategies

Session 3: Safety
Michael Meyer zu Horste: Fully automatic train operation: concepts and conditions
Richard Koch: Certification: a success factor for implementing heavy rail ATO
Dick Terleth & Sander van Lochem: What could ATO learn from aviation?

Session 4: Case studies
Nikolaus Panzera: Vienna’s metro goes UTO
Julian Holmes: ATO Lima metro proposals
Jacques Poré: The value of ATO for the future operations for suburban and regional rail lines with dense traffic

Day 2 (29 November): Cyber Security in Rail

Session 1: New developments in Cyber Security
Francois Hausman: On the way of a common and integrated cyber security approach dedicated to railway
Sharvind Appiah: Security governance in railways: bridging the worlds of CCS, operations and corporate

Session 2: Lessons learned from other industries
Domenico Raguseo: Be effective in protecting against the cybercrime
Valérie Escalier and Stephane Lenco: From airline industry to the railway sector: Alstom-Airbus cyber security collaboration
Lex van der Poel and Matthias Fiegl: Internet of Things integrates with legacy rail systems: “Smart or unwise”

Session 3: Moving assets 
Gertjan Tamis: Implementing governance of train cyber security
Francis Bedel: International view on cyber security
Christian Sagmeister: Protecting railway systems against cyber attacks

Session 4: Fixed assets
Christian Schlehuber: The developments of a new security architecture for signaling at DB Netz AG
Lovan Pushparatnam: Railway systems – how to deal with cyber threats
David Rogers: A cyber security standard approaching the rail internet of things