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SafeRail: Ensuring Mission Critical Safety and Security Across the Rail and Transit Network (Boston, United States - March 17-19, 2020) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

October 14, 2019 GMT

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 14, 2019--

The “SafeRail: Ensuring Mission Critical Safety and Security Across the Rail and Transit Network” conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

What is the SafeRail Congress?

The SafeRail Congress is a forum for railroads, transit agencies and solution providers to collaboratively work together to create safe, secure and reliable networks.

SafeRail will feature a number of important topics in the rail industry including digitalization, PTC implementation and asset management. The SafeRail Congress will be co-located with the SmartTransit Congress which looks at how digitization and technology are revolutionizing transit.

Featuring C-level Speakers

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.

Agenda:

2019 Agenda for reference:

Day 1

08:30 Registration

09:00 Welcoming address

Plenary: Delivering a safe and secure service in a digitalized world

Moderator: Michael Lowder, Principal, Michael W. Lowder & Global Associates LLC

09:10 How is safety and security changing in the digital age?

09:25 Bridging the gap between government and industry

09:40 Cyber - we are at war! Can an operational military perspective help YOU protect YOUR transportation systems?

10:10 Working with regulatory bodies: data sharing and regulatory oversight

10:25 America’s transportation infrastructure: a matter of national security

10:40 Panel discussion: Technology: friend or foe?

11:10 Networking coffee break

11:20 Positive Train Control: Ensuring You Meet The Deadline

Moderator: Mike Ogborn, Senior Advisor, ASLRRA

11:55 Working with the industry to oversee delivery of PTC

12:10 Advisory Session

12:25 Overcoming the challenges to successfully implementing PTC

12:40 Maintaining Configuration Management in a Post PTC World

12:55 Panel discussion: Post-deployment strategies, what opportunities does PTC present?

13:25 Networking Lunch

13:55 Reliable and Well Maintained Infrastructure

Moderator: Mischa Wanek Libman, Executive Editor, Mass Transit

14:25 Case study: Implementing a Safety Management System at Amtrak

14:40 Using predictive maintenance to sustain a good state of repair

14:55 Advisory Session

15:10 Panel discussion: Collecting and using data effectively

16:10 Networking Break

16:40 Roundtable discussion: Getting the most out of fiber optic sensors for asset monitoring across transport infrastructure

JJ Williams, Chairman, Fiber Optic Sensing Association

Day 2

08:00 Registration

09:00 Welcoming address

Plenary: Using technology To Mitigate Human Error

Moderator: Chris Hart, Former Chairman, National Transportation Safety Board

09:10 Business continuity planning

09:25 Using technology to assist in reducing security risks

09:40 Diagnosis, Protocol, Compliance and Regulation - A guide to better understanding sleep apnea

09:55 Implementing and managing a successful safety management programme

10:10 Panel discussion: Can we run a safe and efficient service with minimal human intervention

10:40 Networking coffee break

11:00 Interactive Workshop Sessions

11:40 Robotics and artificial intelligence to enhance safety oversight

12:40 Networking Lunch

13:10 Tackling Rail Related Fatalities

13:40 Strategies for reducing trespassing and suicide incidents

13:55 Mitigating worker accidents and fatalities

14:10 Advisory Session

14:25 Technology and engagement to improve grade crossing safety

14:40 Raising public awareness of the dangers of railroads

14:55 Panel discussion: What are the factors contributing to the reduction of suicide and trespassing incidents and how can we build on these

15:25 End of Conference

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