EU Light Rail 17.-18. May 2018 in Brussels

Fees:
Public sector
If you are a public employee, working for governments or municipality, please sign up in this category.
The price is given in Danish Kroner, without VAT
Price for delegates: DKK 1.890,00 net (about 250,00 Euro net)
Please sign up here: http://www.tilmeld.dk/EUlightrail2018
Private sector
If you are working in the private industry or for private operators, please sign up in this category.
The price is given in Danish Kroner, without VAT
Price for delegates: DKK 4.865,00 net (about 650,00 Euro net)
Please sign up here: http://www.tilmeld.dk/EUlightrail2018
Schedule:
             

10.00 17 may 2018 Event registration
10.30 Welcome and opening remarks Bernd Reuss - EU Light Rail
10.40 Harnessing technology to protect our customers and the environment Jan Pannus - Director of Movement, Tram Unit, STIB-MIVB
11.10 Urban Transit´s role in the Smart City Jonathan Jarrit - Director, Strategic Consulting & Technology, Amey
11.35 Innovations in urban integration Thomas Lorent - General Manager, Sustainable Resilient Systems, Pandrol CDM Track
12.00 Lunch, Networking and Exhibition
13.00 Vienna: Lessons in tramway and metro energy efficiency Eva Keuschnig - Head of Resource Management, Wiener Linien
13.25 VABTram.suite: Software solutions for infrastructure, depots and the OCC Stephan Fromm - Head of Innovation Management, VAB Berlin
13.50 Modern light rail safety & driver assistance Stephan Marstrander - International Sales, BBR Rail Automation
14.15 Utrecht: A case study in hight-floor to low-floor conversion Joost Bolck - Project Manager, Mott MacDonald
14.40 Smart Concept: Intelligent fire protection systems Rüdiger Kopp - General Manager, Fixed Systems, FOGTEC
15.15 Refreshments, Networking and Exhibition
16.00 Site visit to STIB-MIVB Haren Tram Depot
Evening networking activities
08.45 18 May 2018 Event registration, Networking and Exhibition
09.30 Light rail´s role in future cities Laurent Dauby - Director, Rail Transport, UITP
09.55 Midland Metro: Tripling the network in the next decade Phil Hewitt - Metro Programme Director, Transport for West Midlands
10.20 Advancements in driver safety systems Andrés Munoz de Dios - Director General, Metro Tenerife
10.45 Refreshments, Networking and Exhibition
11.30 Condition-based maintenance and monitoring of rail vehichle wheels Prof. Dr Stefan Lutzenberger - Managing Director, Müller-BBM Rail Technologies
11.55 Innovations in passenger engagement Constance Gallay - Head of Innovation, Keolis Group
12.20 Hov sensory design can make trams more attractive and user-friendly Elisabeth Dalby - Public Relations, RCP Design Global
12.45 VDV Tram Train: A new future for vehichle procurement Thorsten Erlenkötter - Project Manager, Research and Development & Head of Department, VBK Karlsruhe and Andreas Heitland - General Manager, Projects & Consulting, Prose
13.15 Lunch, Networking and Exhibition
14.00 Closing remarks
14.15 Close of EU Light Rail 2018