I N T R O D U C T I O N 

The RailSIMtech in the beautiful city of Birmingham is the only business meeting in the world for the rail industry with a full focus on simulators. It will bring together those who are involved with simulation technology for training personnel, operations, planing , safety, design and anyone with an interest in Rail simulation who develop or use technology simulation tools on the rail industry.

 
 The latest technologies, projects, codes, 3D modelling visualisation, VR immersive scenarios, strategies and focus points for the present and future of the industry will be presented and demonstrated by an excellent speaker line-up. This event will give an excellent opportunity for networking, benchmarking and business development with industry peers, technology developers and regulators. We are really looking forward to meeting you in Birmingham!
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TOP INDUSTRY LEADING SPEAKERS

Top Industry Leading Speakers sharing unique information and experience through a two day exclusive stream of presentations for you to take strategic insights back to your company.

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TECHNICAL TOUR

A selected group of delegates will enjoy an exclusive tour/visit to a brand new technology state of the art facility for a full day of interactive sessions and simulators interaction.

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UNIQUE PRESENTATIONS

Unique Panel Discussions and Presentations to provide you with the answers to overcome your future plans and challenges. Presentations material will be shared for after/internal review.

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The must go event of the year!

RailSIMtech
[ keynote presentations - tech tour -  exhibition ]
8th - 9th - 10th November 2017

Birmingham - UK 

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DEMO TECHNOLOGY AREA

Technology Exhibiting Area demonstrating the latest developments in Simulation Technologies applications and Training services. Witness technology from first hand.

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SPECIFIC TOPICS

How Simulation Technology is impacting Drivers Training - Operations - Safety developments in the rail industry. To be discussed through presentations, panel discussions and other interactive activities.

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EXPERTS IN THE FIELD

Networking and benchmarking opportunities from a selected group of Professionals eager to meet, share and network during the Forum.

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Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education - BCRRE

Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education - BCRRE

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With over 130 academics, researchers and professional support staff, we deliver world class research and thought leadership within railways, and offer an expanding portfolio of high-quality education programmes. Our close relationships with the rail industry mean that our research and teaching draws in real-world situations. By studying in depth what is happening across the world's railways, we prepare our graduates for the challenges of the future.
Our perspective is truly international and we collaborate closely with many overseas universities. We also welcome undergraduates and post-graduates from around the world to study and research with us, joining our 200+ student population. We’re excited by the transformational power of railways. We believe that rail has a vital role in creating the world of tomorrow and are developing the people to lead it.
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/

GTR - Govia Thameslink Railway

GTR - Govia Thameslink Railway

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GTR is a brand new train operating company, made up of a family of trusted local brands. From 2015, 22% of all passenger rail journeys in the UK will be run by us. We’re investing heavily in the infrastructure and technology on our lines, so we can deliver more. More trains, more seats, more services, more routes, more station improvements, more platforms with WiFi and more information. Above all, we want to give our customers and our people more say – to help us create a better rail service for everyone.

From 2015, we’ll be running Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Southern and Thameslink services.

GTR is part of Govia – a partnership between two world-class transport operators – the Go-Ahead Group and Keolis.

TfL - London underground

TfL - London underground

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Virtually everyone who visits, lives or works in London will use one of our services and every one of those journeys matters to us.We are here to keep London working and growing, and to make life in the Capital better. But a rapidly growing population means achieving this goal is more challenging than ever.

Currently, 8.4 million people live in the Capital. This is expected to become 10 million in the 2030s. We must carry on supporting this growth if London’s success is to continue.

We also have to balance delivering our services with one of the biggest savings and efficiency programmes in the public sector. Our success depends on Government support through grants and borrowing, our fare payers, developing our commercial income and achieving our efficiency targets.

https://tfl.gov.uk/

GWR – Great Western Railway

GWR – Great Western Railway

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GWR reaches from London in the east to Brighton and Gatwick in the south, Carmarthen, Pembroke Dock and Penzance in the west and Banbury, Hereford and Worcester in the north.It’s one of the UK’s largest and most complex rail networks, carrying 1.5 million passengers every week on 9,000 services, and calling at 276 stations. GWR is the only UK rail company to operate High Speed Inter-city, commuter, regional and sleeper services.

In short, we keep the west moving. For as long as FirstGroup is the custodians of GWR, we will work tirelessly to make sure the west runs faster, smoother and more efficiently. And we’ll keep striving to Build a Greater West.

 

http://www.gwr.com/

  OUR SPEAKERS
... - invited & confirmed companies includes - among many others!
 
Hitachi Information Control Systems

Hitachi Information Control Systems

Collaborative Sponsor

Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe brings together many years of experience in delivery and support of simulation, control and traffic management systems.

In the U.K. our products form an essential part of Network Rail’s operational infrastructure, enabling safe and efficient performance via our TREsim training simulator and TREsa automated route setting systems.

To meet rail sector challenges, our team are driving industry-changing innovations in full lifecycle modelling and simulation, including automated data validation and design optimisation solutions.

We are now combining our products and experience with those of our parent company, Hitachi Limited, to deliver market leading information and control solutions such as the Tranista traffic management platform.

ADIF

ADIF

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Adif, the Administrator of Railway Infrastructures, is a state-owned company that answers to the Ministerio de Fomento. Adif plays a leading role in promoting the railway sector, working towards converting it into the ideal mode of transport and facilitating access to the infrastructure under fair conditions.
http://adif.es/

NS

NS

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People want to be able to move around without having to worry. Fast, safe, simple and at any time. NS wants to make this possible, and does not limit itself to just trains. NS has developed into a comprehensive service provider, enabling its customers to blend social, business and recreational goals seamlessly. This is done by making the journey from door to door comfortable, accessible and efficient and by giving the customer the opportunity to choose ‘smart’ travel options based on the most recent information.
http://www.ns.nl/

South West Trains

South West Trains

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Stagecoach South Western incorporates the South West Trains and Island Line networks. South West Trains are the largest Train Operating Company in the UK serving a mixture of commuters and leisure travellers.
We operate over 1,600 trains a day on a network in the South and South West England and run routes through Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Devon, Somerset, and Greater London. Our vision is to give our customers the best service they have ever had.

http://southwesttrains.co.uk

VTI – The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute

VTI – The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute

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The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), is an independent and internationally prominent research institute in the transport sector. Our principal task is to conduct research and development related to infrastructure, traffic and transport. We are dedicated to the continuous development of knowledge pertaining to the transport sector, and in this way contribute actively to the attainment of the goals of Swedish transport policy.

Our operations cover all modes of transport, and the subjects of pavement technology, infrastructure maintenance, vehicle technology, traffic safety, traffic analysis, users of the transport system, the environment, the planning and decision making processes, transport economics and transport systems. Knowledge that the institute develops provides a basis for decisions made by stakeholders in the transport sector. In many cases our findings lead to direct applications in both national and international transport policies.

https://www.vti.se/en/

ProRail

ProRail

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ProRail is a government task organisation that takes care of maintenance and extensions of the national
railway network infrastructure (not the metro or tram), of allocating rail capacity, and of traffic control.
Prorail is a part of NS Railinfratrust, the Dutch railway infrastructure owner.

https://www.prorail.nl/

Scheidt & Bachmann

Scheidt & Bachmann

Collaborative Sponsor

Our family business was founded in 1872 and is currently under the leadership of Dr.-Ing. Norbert Miller,
now in the fifth generation of the family shareholders.

About 3,000 employees from nearly 50 nations worldwide are working on our solutions for a mobile world.
It is no longer sufficient to provide barriers and machines, the real challenge lies in the intelligence and wholesome of our system solutions.
Software development and service management have become the heart of our systems for predictive, intelligent mobility.

The secret of our long-term success is simple: We trust in the skills of our employees and work daily from supplying our customers
with products, developments and services of the highest quality.

https://www.scheidt-bachmann.de

NTAR - National Training Academy for Rail

NTAR - National Training Academy for Rail

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“All change” is a phrase that every rail passenger is used to hearing. But it’s now a phrase that has special resonance throughout the UK rail industry, as the move toward the ‘Digital Railway’ of the future gathers pace – just at the time when many of the industry’s workforce are approaching retirement age.
Both government and industry alike recognise that this combination of technological and demographic pressure needs a very clear strategy. Only by addressing training and recruitment needs now can we ensure that the UK can draw upon a highly-skilled talent pool in rail engineering – and create a truly world-leading 21st century rail network.
With immediate needs on the timetable too, such as expansion of the workforce to maintain new fleets, the response to the challenge has been a unique and ambitious public/private partnership between government agencies and private enterprise: the National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR).
http://ntar.co.uk/

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions

Collaborative Sponsor

OUR WORK REVOLVES AROUND DESIGNING, DEVELOPING AND MANUFACTURING TRAINING SYSTEMS, COVERING EVERYTHING FROM THE COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SIMULATOR TO THE DESIGN AND REVIEW OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMME.

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions S.A. is a company which specialises in the design, development and implementation of state-of-the-art commercial simulation devices for training purposes.

Lander is the first Spanish company to create simulators specifically for civil use and they are mainly created for training purposes with the aim of preventing accidents, whether they be road or rail, etc. Our uniqueness comes from our attention to detail and systematic approach.

http://www.landersimulation.com

Virgin Trains East Coast

Virgin Trains East Coast

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Hello, we’re Virgin Trains. We’re on a mission to make every second you spend with us awesome. If you’re travelling for work, we’re the business. Want a weekend away with family or friends? We’ll take you and the gang to some of the UK’s most iconic destinations, and we’ll take you there in style.

Our lovely staff make train travel something you actually look forward to; helping you to arrive relaxed, refreshed (with our own, specially-brewed beer and cider) and ready for action.

It’s time for a revolution on rails.

https://www.virgintrainseastcoast.com/

AGENDA - SCHEDULE - PRESENTATIONS

This two day event will showcase the latest developments, best practices, benefits and solutions in Training & Operations Planing when using Simulation  on a three day forum [ keynotes - exhibition - tour ] –8th - 9th - 10th November – where attendees will hear cutting edge presentations from experts representing the Rail Industry, Simulation Technology developers, Training & Development Institutes, Research Institutes and Universities. The Forum will go through the following topics:
  • NEC
    B40 1NT, Birmingham, UK

  • Nov 8th - 9th - 10th 2017
    08:30 am - 04:30pm

  • Cocktail Reception
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08:00 Welcome to RailSIMtech - Rail Simulation Technology Forum

Morning coffee and registration exhibiting area

08.45 – 09.00

Opening remarks from our Chairman

09.00 - 09.30 ProRail

Human factors in simulation and gaming environments

Measuring cognition in different human-in-the-loop simulation environments. Biometric measurements of train traffic controllers.
09.30 - 10.00

Identifying links between simulator performance and performance on the job in the UK rail industry

Rail simulators can be a massive financial investment for rail organisations. It is therefore of critical importance that each rail organisation can demonstrate a Return on Investment (ROI) based on hard data and evidence. This presentation will explore a psychological methodology for exploring the statistical link between a rail employee’s performance on a rail simulator and subsequent performance on the job. Methodology can be used by 1. rail organisations to refine and improve their use of simulation and 2. simulator manufacturers to demonstrate a competitive advantage.
10.00 – 10.30

Non-Technical Skills and Simulation: The State of the Nation

10.30 – 11.00 ... ENJOY!

Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

11.00 – 11.30

Country Simulation for Rail education

The origins of the project : Why, how. The needs that had to be fulfilled with the simulators. How do they chose the type of simulators needed : Computer-based training - Modular solutions - Pedagogy approach
11.30 – 12.00

The new training model in projects and the use of simulators for Drivers and Signallers in joint training

12.00 - 12.30

Will your best driver be the next to drive through a red signal?

Leaving aside new drivers, evidence suggests that running a red signal is a random event that could happen to anyone. A driver with 20 years’ experience and a completely clean record could be the next one. This is a scary fact and so this presentation will discuss how railway operators around the world are using simulator training to mitigate that critical safety risk.
12.30 – 14.00 ... ENJOY!

Networking Lunch

14.00 – 14.30 Dr Lei Chen - BCRRE Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education

Railway Simulation and Testing Lab at Birmingham" in the workshop, including:

Railway simulator development. Railway Simulation and Testing related research. Integrated railway simulation and testing lab.
14.30 – 15.00 MATS LIDSTRÖM, RESEARCH ENGINEER, MSC - TOMAS ROSBERG, RESEARCH ENGINEER, MSC - VTI

DEVELOPING A TRAIN SIMULATOR FOR SWEEDEN

Experiences from developing and using driving simulators. Conceptual design of a train simulator for Sweeden. Track building using BIS. Implementation of signal/safety systems – ATC and ERTMS. On-board systems ATC and ETCS. Tracks for research, training and demonstration. Trains – passenger and cargo/freight trains. Flexibility and scalability. User demand driven development
15.00 – 15.30 ... ENJOY!

Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

15.30 – 16.00

Rail Simulation, Driver Training: challenges and opportunities

16.00 - 16.30

Simulator best practices and applications: What can we learn from other transport related industries

16.30 - 17.00

Panel Discussion: Future Trends and impact of Simulation Technology as a tool for Education in Railway Engineering

17.00

We will end the day with a special cocktail/networking session in the exhibition area.

This will be the perfect platform to meet people in a relaxed manner.

08.00 – 08.45 Welcome to RailSIMtech 2nd day!

Morning coffee and registration exhibiting area

08.45 – 09.00

Opening remarks from our Chairman

09.00 – 09.30

Using simulators for testing high-frequency train service for traffic operators

Developing concepts for integrating freight trains in high-frequency train service. Ascertaining future training needs for operators based on the simulator experiments.
09.30 – 10.00

Using Simulation Technology for Traffic Controller Training

Training of traffic controllers is a growing concern nowadays for all the railway companies in charge of train traffic control. This simulation system is able to reproduce the behaviour of infrastructure elements like interlocking systems, track circuits or signals, trains and CTC-VDU systems. Additionally, virtual agents have been developed for all the personnel participating in traffic control: traffic controllers, train drivers, signalling technicians, engineering supervisors… Moreover, the simulation system includes an automated assessment system that monitors the actions performed by the trainee to verify that safety is maintained at all times and communication with agents follows the operating rules. In order to develop this assessment system, all the operating procedures have been modelled using a business process modelling tool that is used also for defining the behaviour of the virtual agents. The simulation system is also oriented to developing non-technical skills such as situational awareness, communication or decision-making that are essential for safety critical staff.
10.00 - 10.30

TRAINING SIMULATORS FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF RAILWAY ENERGY SYSTEMS

10.30 – 11.00 ... ENJOY!

Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

11.00 – 11.30

Simulation in railway operations planning

11.30 – 12.00

Detailed feasibility assessment of timetables during the design phase

Improving the quality of the Dutch timetable during the design process.
12.00 – 12.30

Railway Simulation for Signaller Training and Optimal Railway Systems Design

12.30 – 14.00

Networking Lunch

14.00 – 14.30

How simulation and modelling can improve planning and analysis of railways and logistic areas

14.30 – 15.00

How to optimise safety, efficiency and commercial opportunities using pedestrian simulation

Simulation led congestion relief schemes. Crowd management and evacuation strategies. Alternative revenue and the efficient commercialisation of space. Discussion and presentation will focus on operational efficiency, customer centric approach, safety and commercial opportunities to maximize revenue. Attendees from station management, commercial, planning, forecasting and safety departments should be able to contribute with the discussion.
15.00 – 15.30

Coffee, exhibition and networking sessions

15.30 – 16.00

Innovative High Speed Line Performance Simulation Model (PSM)

16.00 – 16.30

Railway Simulators - Testing, Research and Development

16.30

We will end the day with a special networking session in the exhibition area. This agenda will be subject to changes

Technical Tour
Exclusive visit to the state of the art NTAR - National Training Academy for Rail - facilities.

Transurb Simulation

Transurb Simulation

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Since almost 15 years, Transurb Simulation delivers Rail Simulation and Advanced Training Solutions. Our range contains driving simulators providing different degrees of immersion and portability. Each of our simulators is equipped with the latest 3D computer-generated imagery so as to place the driver in a highly realistic simulation enviroment.

http://www.transurb.com/simulation/

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Transurb Simulation

Transurb Simulation

GOLD SPONSOR - Follow Us

Since almost 15 years, Transurb Simulation delivers Rail Simulation and Advanced Training Solutions. Our range contains driving simulators providing different degrees of immersion and portability. Each of our simulators is equipped with the latest 3D computer-generated imagery so as to place the driver in a highly realistic simulation enviroment.

http://www.transurb.com/simulation/

Hitachi Information Control Systems

Hitachi Information Control Systems

Collaborative Sponsor

Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe brings together many years of experience in delivery and support of simulation, control and traffic management systems.

In the U.K. our products form an essential part of Network Rail’s operational infrastructure, enabling safe and efficient performance via our TREsim training simulator and TREsa automated route setting systems.

To meet rail sector challenges, our team are driving industry-changing innovations in full lifecycle modelling and simulation, including automated data validation and design optimisation solutions.

We are now combining our products and experience with those of our parent company, Hitachi Limited, to deliver market leading information and control solutions such as the Tranista traffic management platform.

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions

Collaborative Sponsor

OUR WORK REVOLVES AROUND DESIGNING, DEVELOPING AND MANUFACTURING TRAINING SYSTEMS, COVERING EVERYTHING FROM THE COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SIMULATOR TO THE DESIGN AND REVIEW OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMME.

Lander Simulation & Training Solutions S.A. is a company which specialises in the design, development and implementation of state-of-the-art commercial simulation devices for training purposes.

Lander is the first Spanish company to create simulators specifically for civil use and they are mainly created for training purposes with the aim of preventing accidents, whether they be road or rail, etc. Our uniqueness comes from our attention to detail and systematic approach.

http://www.landersimulation.com

Scheidt & Bachmann

Scheidt & Bachmann

Collaborative Sponsor

Our family business was founded in 1872 and is currently under the leadership of Dr.-Ing. Norbert Miller,
now in the fifth generation of the family shareholders.

About 3,000 employees from nearly 50 nations worldwide are working on our solutions for a mobile world.
It is no longer sufficient to provide barriers and machines, the real challenge lies in the intelligence and wholesome of our system solutions.
Software development and service management have become the heart of our systems for predictive, intelligent mobility.

The secret of our long-term success is simple: We trust in the skills of our employees and work daily from supplying our customers
with products, developments and services of the highest quality.

https://www.scheidt-bachmann.de

Pennant International Group

Pennant International Group

Exhibitors

Pennant International Group plc was established over 50 years ago. The Group comprises six wholly owned subsidiaries and operates worldwide, with offices in Europe, North America and Australasia.
The Group is listed on AIM with the Head Office in Cheltenham, UK. Pennant’s growth has been organic, through a combination of product expansion, customer development and acquisition.
In addition to our operational centres worldwide, the Group has collaborative arrangements with a strategic range of partners and agents in many countries and can truly claim a global presence.

http://www.pennantplc.co.uk

PAULEY

PAULEY

Partner & Exhibitor

We're a team of UK-based, highly skilled, highly experienced software specialists that can help you deliver innovative and effective digital training, learning & development tools, as well as other digital content.

We use a range of immersive and interactive solutions, keeping on top of the latest developments to ensure your content helps you to achieve your goals in the most effective way possible.

Whether it's turning paper-based questions into a competency management system, visualising complex processes into a detailed 3D model, or accurately replicating an entire environment in virtual reality, our technology delivers automated, interactive and future-proofed experiences.

http://pauley.co.uk

  STRATEGIC PARTNERS
Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education - BCRRE

Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education - BCRRE

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With over 130 academics, researchers and professional support staff, we deliver world class research and thought leadership within railways, and offer an expanding portfolio of high-quality education programmes. Our close relationships with the rail industry mean that our research and teaching draws in real-world situations. By studying in depth what is happening across the world's railways, we prepare our graduates for the challenges of the future.
Our perspective is truly international and we collaborate closely with many overseas universities. We also welcome undergraduates and post-graduates from around the world to study and research with us, joining our 200+ student population. We’re excited by the transformational power of railways. We believe that rail has a vital role in creating the world of tomorrow and are developing the people to lead it.
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/

NTAR - National Training Academy for Rail

NTAR - National Training Academy for Rail

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“All change” is a phrase that every rail passenger is used to hearing. But it’s now a phrase that has special resonance throughout the UK rail industry, as the move toward the ‘Digital Railway’ of the future gathers pace – just at the time when many of the industry’s workforce are approaching retirement age.
Both government and industry alike recognise that this combination of technological and demographic pressure needs a very clear strategy. Only by addressing training and recruitment needs now can we ensure that the UK can draw upon a highly-skilled talent pool in rail engineering – and create a truly world-leading 21st century rail network.
With immediate needs on the timetable too, such as expansion of the workforce to maintain new fleets, the response to the challenge has been a unique and ambitious public/private partnership between government agencies and private enterprise: the National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR).
http://ntar.co.uk/

Official Venue: NEC

Birmingham B40 1NT tel: +44(0)121 780 4141
It’s fair to say a lot has changed since HM The Queen officially opened the NEC in 1976. We’ve grown significantly in size and reputation for starters, to become the UK’s number one venue of choice for organisers, exhibitors and visitors. We originally had seven exhibition halls - today we have 20. Not to mention 34 conference suites and a host of additional outdoor spaces. It’s not been easy though. For 40 years we’ve challenged, questioned and pushed our industry to ensure we continue to evolve and embrace change because only by doing so can we ensure our customers can too. It’s an approach that works, as our flexible spaces now play host to over six million guests and 500 events every year. Some small, some big, some massive, but all delivered with the same attention to detail and drive for innovation as our first Spring Fair all those years ago.

WHAT THEY SAY ...

Our company is world leader on business events organisation on different technology areas such as Simulation - Biotechnology for different set of industries including O&G - Nuclear Energy. Some of our delegates experience as follows:    

“ The forum gave me a professional input in how other actors conducting training and what they think about a best practice for simulator training and education. ”

Gazprom Int Training
Gazprom Int Training
Dir Training & Development

“Great time spent to meet latest technologies used for Operator Training, on both; the Control Room Operators with advance Operator Training Simulators and the Field Operators with Immersive Training Simulator”

SIEMENS
SIEMENS
Prod Manager COMOS

“It has been a unique opportunity to capture in 3 days the State of the Art of the Operator Training Systems (OTS) and Immersive Training Systems (ITS). Thanks for this opportunity and we are sure we will be back next year.”

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Attendees can hear cutting edge presentations on: Simulation and Drivers Training Safety – Crew Emergency Simulation Simulation for Train Operations and Planing Railroad Network simulation Simulator Technology Updates Simulation and 3D Visualization Other Applications for rail Simulation Licensing & Regulation

Who will attend

The Forum will bring together those who are involved with simulators, training personnel, operation and planing support managers, safety and anyone with an interest in Rail simulators who develop or use simulation tools on the rail industry. This event will give an excellent opportunity for networking, benchmarking and business development with industry peers, contractors, vendors, suppliers and regulators.

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  • The NEC National Exhibition Centre _______________________ 2 Bridge Street Birmingham | UK | B401T   _______________ +44 121 780 4141 |

  • 8th - 9th - 10th Nov 2017 - 08.30 / 16.30

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