Dedicated to safety and security in the industry SafeRail brings together leading experts to discuss the challenges faced by the industry, the latest solutions and best practice. Speaker highlights for 2017 include...
→ Art Leahy, Chief Executive Officer, Metrolink SCRRA
→ Skip Elliott, Vice President Public Health, Safety, and the Environment, CSX
→ John O'Grady, Chief Safety Officer, Toronto Transit Commission
→ Jim Hertwig, Chief Executive Officer, Florida East Coast Railway
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"The place for networking and for discussions about future transit technology."
Wolfgang Wenzel, Sales Director Public Transport, Frequentis AG
With over 50 speakers, 30 sponsors and exhibitors and 250 attendees forecast for SafeRail 2017, if you sell to the rail safety and security market then you simply cannot afford to miss out.
Click below to talk to one of our advisors to see how we can tailor a package to suit you and help you increase your presence in the industry by promoting your brand and solutions.
SafeRail brings together senior attendees from across the industry, in fact 42% of our attendees in 2016 were Technical Managers and 22% were the Heads or Directors of their department.
Over 50% of our attendees come from Transit Agencies and Railroads, 28% focus on Mission Critical - signalling & telecoms, and 17% on cyber and physical security.
Want to know more about our 2016 attendees? Click below to see who attended...
The team here and at SmartRail World are very proud to announce that we are now supporting the very worthy charity, Railway Children... and we will climb three mountains to prove it! Railway Children supports vulnerable children across the UK, India and East Africa and it is our mission to help them raise the money they need to do this.
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Embattled German car maker Volkswagen Group, who last month confirmed it will cut up to 30,000 jobs globally has today announced it is entering the ‘urban mobility’ space with the launch of a new spin-off company, MOIA. With its reputation damaged from ‘dieselgate’ and having accepted a $15bn fine...