• Latest attendees include Siemens, Mott MacDonald, OpenETCS Foundation Board Nuremberg, London Underground,
  • Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, SNCF, Transport for Greater Manchester, University of Birmingham, Network Rail,
  • East Japan Railway Co, Parsons Inc/BART, Thales, Ricardo Rail, BART, Beijing Traffic Control Technology Co, Crossrail, Transport for London, Four Lines Modernisation, Tagmaster AB, Serco Middle East, Park Signalling Ltd, SF Bay Area Rapid Transit, Infrabel and more

On March 9th 2016 in London, SNCF will be discussing how they are intending to migrate their existing mass transit & suburban E Line in Paris to CBTC and have already addressed issues regarding the key factors in delivering CBTC successfully.

As a major contribution to the 3rd annual CBTC conference, they will discuss: “Using a model based design approach for design / integration / validation (MBDIV) in a constrained network (i.e. a line in operation, with only few time slots for on site testing).
For this project (E Line), SNCF have already implemented models related to their existing relay based interlocking and prepared some necessary adaptations for their future CBTC: a demo based on this example could be used for illustrating the general concept for MBDIV.

Do not miss this unique opportunity to learn from transport industry leaders how they are successfully implementing, testing and managing communications based train control.

Places are limited, act now to avoid disappointment!


3rd Annual Communications Based Train Control
March 9th 2016
Copthorne Tara London Kensington 

Media Partners include Railway Industry Association, RZD Partners, World Freight Network, Specialist Freight Networks

Featured Speakers

George Clark
Engineering Director, Capital Programmes Directorate
London Underground

Peter Cushing
Metrolink Director
Transport for Greater Manchester

Simon Scott
Principal Systems Architect
Network Rail Digital Rail

Mr Stephane Callet
System Engineer and Project Manager

Andy Bourne
Head of Railway System Delivery, Four Lines Modernisation programme
London Underground

Dr Klaus Rüdiger Hase
Project Leader openETCS
DB Netz AG

Sam Etchell
Senior Project Manager – 4LM ATC Upgrade
London Underground

Karl King
Head of Train Control Systems
Mott MacDonald

Dr Lei Chen
Simulation Group, Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education

For further information on exhibiting, sponsoring or attending please contact Daryl Fig +44 (0)207 096 1754