WHO YOU WILL MEET?

Who You Will Meet


  • Director Generals
  • Directors Of Engineering
  • Directors Of Infrastructure
  • Programme Directors
  • Directors Of Technical Operations
  • Senior Internal Strategic Advisors
  • Heads Of Track
  • Heads Of Technical Innovation
  • Heads Of Asset Management
  • Heads Of Engineering Studies
  • Heads Of Network Solutions
  • Heads Of Infrastructure Reliability
  • Heads Of Maintenance and Renewals
  • Head Of Infrastructure Technology
  • Principal Engineers
  • Programme Managers
  • Diagnostic Engineer Specialists

Plus Industry Stakeholders From...


  • Engineering Contractors
  • Ballast Maintenance/Renewal Machinery Suppliers
  • Track Maintenance/Renewal Machinery Suppliers
  • Track And Fixings Component Suppliers
  • Designers And Suppliers For S&C Assets
  • Automated Measuring, Monitoring, And Inspection Technology Suppliers
  • Asset Management Tool Suppliers
  • Data Analysis Software Suppliers
  • Plant Suppliers
  • Site Surveying Equipment Suppliers
  • Plant And Machinery Rentals
  • Providers Of IT-Design Tools For Track Layout 
  • Engineering Maintenance Tool Suppliers
  • Protective Clothing Suppliers

Rail Innovation Series History

London Business Conferences launched its Rail Innovation sector series in 2008, pioneering forums on Future Fuels Rail Traction and Financing High Speed Rail. The series has grown in demand each year, with the latest congress taking place in London (16th & 17th October, 2012) on Cost Optimisation Electrification Infrastructure Summit 2012.

Our rail initiatives have welcomed a large number of attendees from across Europe as well as internationally, including representatives from Network Rail, ProRail, DB Netze, RFF, Department For Transport, SBB, Infrabel, OBB, UIC/Hyrail, Atkins, EWS, National Express Group, Barclays Captial, Amey, Eurostar, Green Cargo, First Group, SNCF, Mott MacDonald, Morgan Stanley, PLW Arriva, FCCA, Renfe, ENEA, Genera Lynx, Slovenian Railways, Amtrak, SNCF, Indian Railways, RENFE, Trenitalia, Genera Lynx, Virgin Trains, Petrotec, Asciano, National Express Group, EGIS Rail, Volker Rail, Alstom, Slovenian Railways, Bonomi, SNCF, Siemens AG, Netherlands Ministry Of Transport, BNSF Railway, Goldman Sachs, Government Accountability Office and many more.

We also work closely with and gain support from various leading industry Associations and partners such as The Railway Industry Association (RIA), Association Of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), The Railway Forum, Midwest High Speed Rail Association, CER, US High Speed Rail Association (USHSR), IPFA amongst others - who are looking to be part of, and benefit from these key industry forums.

SNCF

"It is an honour to be invited to speak at the Track Maintenance & Renewals Congress 2012. By attending this Congress we can share our...

BUSINESS CASE:

5 Key Reasons To Attend

  • Engage in constructive high level discussions with a host of leading Infrastructure Directors, Department Heads and Principal Engineers on the best use asset information to significantly improve prioritisation and the optimal distribution of resources
  • Hear from 20+ senior decision makers from Infrastructure Owners and Operators as they share their practices for the optimal planning and use of technologies to maximise productivity during possession to considerably increase efficiencies
  • Discover innovative technologies, techniques and strategies for maintaining and renewing S&C assets to support the reduction of life cycle costs through significantly improved reliability
  • Evaluate the latest technological advances in automation and mechanisation machinery for delivering increased performance, reliability, and efficiency
  • Gain unrivalled networking opportunities at this unique congress: The only forum dedicated to maximising efficiencies in the delivery of track infrastructure maintenance and renewals
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