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The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers, known more usually as the IRSE, is an international organisation, active throughout the world.

It is the professional engineering institution for all those engaged or interested in railway signalling, control and communications and allied disciplines.
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SMRT North-South Line Extension Signalling
Presented by Mr Koh Chin Keong, Land Transport Authority
Start date & time: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:30 PM
Location: Singapore

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IRSE Younger Members AGM, Semiar and Exam Review
IRSE Younger Members AGM, Semiar and Exam Review
Start date & time: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 1:00 PM
Location: London

Network Rail Manchester ROC
Network Rail’s operating strategy is based on progressive migration of control of the whole UK network to 12 Route Operating Centres. The ROC for the northern half of the London Midland route has been constructed at Ashburys in Manchester, and the first signalling workstations have now been commissioned. The visit will look at the design of the building, the signalling equipment that has been installed, and the operational arrangements for signallers and controllers.
Start date & time: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 2:00 PM
Location: Ashburys, Manchester, UK