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Developing Professionals Presentation Competition14/02/2019 17:00Glasgow
Those new to the rail industry compete for prizes as they describe the challenges they have faced.
IRSE Exam Review12/02/2019 17:00London
As always, the event is open to both Members and Non-Members and is free to attend.
The Exam Review will start at 17:30, covering the good and the bad from last year’s papers, providing vital feedback to those looking to sit the exam this year.
This event is ideal for those looking to sit the IRSE exams in the coming year and those wishing to expand their knowledge and network with likeminded individuals. Both the Younger Members and IRSE Exam Committee would recommend anyone planning to sit the exams in 2019 or beyond to attend this event.
The schedule for the afternoon is as follows:
17:00 – 17:30 Tea and Coffee and networking
17:30 – 19:00 IRSE Exam Review, IRSE Exam Committee

To register sign up at EventBrite via the link below.
French Section : Future radio systems for railways07/02/2019 17:00Saint Denis
Presidential Programme Meeting - Cyber security in railway signalling07/02/2019 17:00Darmstadt

"Challenges in designing secure and resilient command and control centres" to be presented by Prof. Dr. Stefan Katzenbeisser (TU Darmstadt) and "The balancing act of implementing cyber security" to be presented by Max Schubert (DB).

To be held at Technische Universität Darmstadt and will be live streamed.

Welcome reception starts at 17:00, presentations start at 18:00 (local times). 

To attend, please register at https://bit.ly/2K0Lk0o until 1st February 2019.

This event will be live-streamed - Visit our vimeo livestream page to view online

/events/eventspictures/filename.typeCloud Computing06/02/2019 17:30Chippenham
Cloud computing is a modern phenomenon in personal computing, with e-mail, storage and many other products accessed "on demand" through the internet. This talk will look at the potential for these services to be used in the rail industry, from passenger service information to operating an interlocking from the net itself.
 
The committee welcomes all members and visitors. Light refreshments may be available from 17:30. Papers usually last around an hour, followed by a Q&A session. 
IRSE Stammtisch Zürich01/02/2019 17:30Zürich
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REF LogoRolling Stock of the Future - UKRRIN Lecture Series29/01/2019 15:00Huddersfield, UK
Jo Hensher from Siemens will give a keynote lecture on "Rolling Stock of the future", followed by Professor George Bearfield from Rock Rail who will give a keynote lecture on "Rolling Stock Safety Analytics". This will be supported by case studies showing work being carried out via UKRRIN and a tour of the world class facilities for testing rolling stock innovation at the Institute of Railway Research at the University of Huddersfield.
Refreshments will be provided.
An event organised by UK Rail Research and Innovation Network and Railway Engineers Forum.
The Application of Digital Technologies on Thameslink24/01/2019 18:00Stratford, London

This IRSE lecture will be on the design and delivery of telecoms solutions which have been implemented on the Thameslink Programme to enable a digital railway with 24 trains an hour European Train Control System (ETCS) operation with Automatic Train Control (ATO) through the centre of London.

Topics will include

  • the upgrade of Global System Mobile - Railway (GSM-R) for use as the radio bearer for ETCS and for prove of concept in the Thameslink System Integration Lab;
  • the deployment of a new Internet Protocol (IP) based signalling private network for the re-signalling of London Bridge;
  • the use of an IP network for Traffic Management;
  • the use of IP technology for station information and surveillance (SISS) in the rebuilt London Bridge station;
  • and the upgrading of Customer Information Systems with new display formats, including train plans and platform zoning information, through the Thameslink Core.

For safety & security reasons you will need to register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/irse-lse-lecture-the-application-of-digital-technologies-on-thameslink-tickets-52033274926 by the evening of Monday 21st January 2019

Please arrive from 17:30 for a 18:00 start. Please contact londonse@irse.org for further information.
Signalling Within S&C23/01/2019 17:30Glasgow
Stephen Paul of the S&C North Alliance will discuss his recent projects and the challenges faced during their progression.
IRSE logoHigh Capacity System Principles and Seamless Transition to CBTC17/01/2019 17:00York, UK
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