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Developments in train location systems webinar
25 Feb 2020 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Section: Presidential programme technical webinar

BOOKING NOW OPEN VIA EVENTBRITE

The profession has come a long way from the humble track circuit and this webinar will bring the viewer up to date with emerging  technologies being innovatively applied in the rail sector as well as those developments from the broader transport sector. Whether at concept design of a signalling scheme through to the development of a future asset strategy, this seminar will both inform and promote debate as it concludes with an expert panel and an invited audience from a wide range of stakeholders.

To facilitate the greatest opportunity to engage with the presenters and the expert panel session, the event is provided as an interactive webinar for £20 (IRSE members and members of other professional engineering institutions) and £25 non members - this fee covers access via livestream during the event and on-demand afterwards.  Joining instructions and access passwords will be sent via email prior to the livestream.

Please book via Eventbrite - or type https://www.irse.info/q0xzm into your browser.

Programme (please note updated timings 18/2/20)

18:30 Introduction by George Clark (President IRSE)
18:35 Overview of London Underground train detection systems and future developments with Richard Hinson, Signals Technical Delivery Manager TfL
18:50 Innovative axle counting based on Frauscher technology with Manfred Sommergruber, Technical Sales Manager, Frauscher
19:05 Fibre optic sensing with Kevin Tribble, Product Owner (R&D team), Sensonic
19:25 VALISE - Video balise for dependable train positioning with Richard Shenton, Managing Director, RDS International
19:40 Short break
20:00 Train location system as proposed by EU's Horizon 2020 STARS project with Vincent Passau, Product Solution Director, STARS (Astom)
20:20 GNSS enabling automated and connected transport - challenges in receiver selection with Raphael Grech, Business Development Manager - CAV, Spirent
20:35 The journey to train-centric positioning with Raymond Sturton, Mainline Systems Technical Solutions Architect, Thales
20:55 Q&A session with all presenters
Venue: IRSE webinar
Location: IRSE webinar Webinar N/A
United Kingdom
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