Data Driven Rail

As the rail industry focuses on getting the most out of data, with AI and machine learning, new challenges also inevitably arise. What are the current limitations of AI use for rail-related applications? What new vulnerabilities is the digitisation process creating? How can our safety-critical industry implement new technologies while effectively protecting itself from cyber-threats?

This question is particularly salient in the broader context of geopolitical uncertainty, as Europe cautiously eye’s a restless neighbour the East. Experts will gather to explore these topics in Estonia, soon to be home to RailBaltica. One of Europe’s most innovative greenfield infrastructure projects, it aims to connect the Baltic States with the European Union by 2030.

To learn more about this unprecedented collaboration across three countries and its implications for Europe, explore the cutting edge of AI as well as the new security considerations that arise from these, join us in Tallinn!