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Hong Kong, 20 - 21 March 2018

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Mar 2009:00
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Mar 2009:10
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Keynote Interview: Lincoln Leong, Chief Executive Officer, MTR Corporation

Keynotes
Future of railway in Hong Kong and beyond: MTR’s expansion strategy 
Interviewee: Lincoln Leong, Chief Executive Officer, MTR Corporation
Mar 2009:25
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Keynote Interview: Jeroen Weimar, Chief Executive Officer, Public Transport Victoria

Keynotes
Transforming the public transport network in Melbourne
Mar 2009:40
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Keynote Interview: Abdul Mohsin Ibrahim Younes, Chief Executive Officer, Rail Agency, Roads and Transport Authority

Keynotes
Dubai's rail transport journey and beyond
 
Mar 2009:55
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Rail Leaders' Panel

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    wing the interviews, our rail leaders will gather on a panel to explore the big issues affecting rail operators all around the world. Issues for discussion include:     
  •     How can rail authorities and operators work more closely with each other to enhance service reliability and passenger satisfaction?    
  •     What is a sustainable and profitable model to manage rail development and daily operations?    
  •     With the expansion of rail networks in the next decade, what can be done to build up our rail engineering capabilities and workforce?    
  •     How can we deliver more capacity through the effective use of staff, assets and systems?    
  •     The urban mobility landscape is evolving with on-mobility demand services and new technologies, how can rail operators respond to this changing landscape? 
Mar 2011:29
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Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
Mar 2011:29
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Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
Mar 2011:29
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Mar 2011:29
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Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Chao Liu, Chief Engineer, Traffic Control Technology Co. Ltd.
Mar 2011:30
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Malaysia’s Land Public Transport Transformation Towards Vision 2020

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  •     Developing rail as the backbone of public transportation in Greater Kuala Lumpur
  •     Project updates on key rail projects – KVMRT, East Coast Rail Line, RTS, HSR
  •     Key tendering timelines and opportunities for collaboration 
Mar 2011:30
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Foresighted Asset Management Strategy

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  •     Creating accurate long-term forecasts of asset condition by analysing historical and current data
  •     Achieving foresight in asset management through novel prognostic technologies
  •     Equipping rail operators the ability to make decisions on optimal asset deployment and maintenance planning 
Mar 2011:30
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Urban Rail Transportation Signalling System

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Reserved for Traffic Control Technology 
Mar 2011:30
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Modernisation and expansion of Philippines National Railway

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  • Opportunities to meet Philippines’ transport connectivity requirements
  • Optimising existing resources to improve mainline efficiency
  • How will Philippines Railways continue to modernize the railways and raise passenger volumes?
Junn Magno, General Manager, Philippines National Railways
Mar 2011:50
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Singapore's urban mobility revolution

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  •     What is the vision for Singapore’s rail network?
  •     Innovations and benchmarking best practices implemented on upcoming MRT projects
  •     Charting new territory with AVs providing first and last mile connectivity  
Mar 2011:50
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Integrating an asset management plan into an extension project – A case study on extending the 15-year Blue Line metro system

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  •     What are key technical decisions to be made in order to complete the project within a tight schedule?  
  •     What are key factors in consideration whether to replace the old signalling and communication equipment with new technologies or not?
  •     How has an asset management plan integrated into an extension project? 
Lakthan Thongnopakoon, Assistant Managing Director (Project Engineering Group), Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited
Mar 2011:50
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Fault analysis of CBTC systems

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Reserved for Traffic Control Technology 
Mar 2011:50
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Modernisation of Indonesia’s railways to drive economic development

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Key projects and timelines in upgrading and building new freight lines to expand capacity?
  •     Collaboration opportunities with the private sector 
Mar 2012:10
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Addressing mobility challenges in Asia's cities: Solutions for new rail developments

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
Reserved for Bombardier
 
Mar 2012:10
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Confidence assessment on safety case of high speed rail signalling systems

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Reserved for Traffic Control Technology 
Mar 2012:10
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Boosting Thailand’s railway freight development: Opportunities and challenges

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Service expansion in securing future demand and improvement of usage share 
  •     How does railway freight support future trade in the Greater Mekong sub-region? 
  •     How can SRT capture more on revenues from freight traffic and increase its local usage share? 
  •     How can the China-Thailand Railway Project increase freight and passenger connectivity?  
Voravuth Mala, Deputy Governor of Property Management Business Cluster, State Railway of Thailand
Mar 2012:10
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Connected Asset Lifecycle Management for Rail

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  •     The solution for next level asset management connecting operations and maintenance to performance analytics
  •     How can we ensure we proactively predict, prescribe and prioritize maintenance and responsiveness by delivering the right work at the right time to the right people?
  •     Enable planning based on risk of failure and operational criticality utilising expert data modelling 
Mar 2012:30
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Overcoming capacity challenge in Bangkok: An update on the Mass Transit Master Plan

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  •     As Bangkok’s metro network is set for expansion, what are the new projects planned for development under the Mass Transit Master Plan?
  •     Exploring opportunities for collaboration in the delivery of new lines
  •     What’s the progress of lines under construction - - Blue Line, Sukhumvit Line, Dark & Light Red Lines 
Mar 2012:30
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Operational Challenges in Signalling Migration

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Reserved for Traffic Control Technology 
Mar 2013:59
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Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Mar 2014:00
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Lessons learnt from investing and operating in Mainland China

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  • Opportunities arising from the metro boom in China
  • What are the challenges of investing and operating in China?
  • Achieving high operational reliability and customer satisfaction
Mar 2014:00
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Defining transport capability using systems engineering to assure asset integrity

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
Applying a system of systems approach to whole of life asset management of transport capabilities ensures new technologies and changing transport assets can be assured and accepted without compromising transport network integrity. This presentation will discuss how these disciplines are being introduced into the Victorian public transport sector to assure the significant infrastructure projects under development.

Mar 2014:00
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Wireless networks for passenger rail – A U.S Perspective

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     How US rail operators are keeping pace with real-time communication demand
  •     Finding the best broadband wireless technology for a rail system
  •     Case studies of cutting-edge deployments in the United States 
Mar 2014:00
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Towards sustainable rail freight operations: A case study on BLS Cargo

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     What political and strategical  initiatives have been put in place to improve operations and efficiency?
  •     Raising freight volumes to maximise value and customer satisfaction delivered from freight service
  •     How has technology and process help to improve performance, productivity and profitability? 
Mar 2014:20
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PANEL: Key considerations in Asset Renewal – Balancing Investment, Risk and Cost

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  •     As mature rail operators in the region are facing the issue of aging rail assets, a decision has to be made between refurbishment and replacement of assets. What are the key factors that need to be taken into account before a decision is made?
  •     What are the best practices in life cycle costing and asset renewal planning?
  •     How do we structure cost, funding and investment effectively to ensure the sustainability of rail assets?
  •     How will rail asset management evolve with the application of new technology in the next 5-10 years? 
Mar 2014:20
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Challenges and Solutions for re-signalling a CBTC WLAN Radio

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  • Challenges in re-signaling a CBTC radio system
  • Optimized solutions to overcome packet loss and frequency hopping
  • Real case sharing
Calvin Chuko, Product Manager, Moxa Inc
Mar 2014:20
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Meeting the rising demand of Asia’s freight industry

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Tapping on opportunities to establish greater intermodal and border connectivity
  •     Meeting the growth of Asian import and export demands
  •     Plans for system improvement, upgrading and modernizing of locomotives fleet 
Mar 2014:20
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基于南京地铁运营实践看国内轨道交通发展趋势 Expansion of Nanjing Metro to meet increasing passenger numbers

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)

·         Managing 7 metro lines with a daily ridership of 3 million
·         What are the new projects planned for construction from 2018 to 2023?
·         Best practices adopted on Nanjing Metro

Mar 2014:40
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Developing Chengdu’s metro network to meet increasing passenger demand

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  • Rapid expansion of Chengdu’s network with 350km of subway lines under construction
  • Key completion timelines and collaboration opportunities?
  • What are the latest technologies implemented on these new lines? 
Mar 2014:40
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Transforming KTMB: Capabilities and Experience in Managing the Modernization of Railway Infrastructure

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Optimising the freight performance of intensively utilized mixed-traffic rail network to facilitate efficient operations
  •     How can freight trunk routings be optimized to minimise passenger/freight conflicts?
  •     Upgrading network capability to increase freight capacity 
Mar 2015:00
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Shaping the public transport landscape in Chennai: Expansion plans for Chennai Metro

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  • With rapid urbanization and increasing traffic congestion in the city, how can the metro project change the urban mobility landscape in Chennai?
  • Key timelines for Chennai Metro Phase 2  
  • First metro project in India to integrate other transport modes 
Mar 2015:00
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Improving performance and cost-effectiveness of rolling stock fleets with condition-based monitoring

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  •     What are the latest condition-based monitoring tools?
  •     Adopting condition monitoring and predictive maintenance to improve fleet reliability and safety
  •     How do they help in reducing life cycle costs?  
Mar 2015:00
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Advanced systems integration in major rail projects

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     What is the systems integration management process for design and construction for major rapid transit systems? 
  •     Main challenges in managing a structured interface design and integration process
  •     How can we ensure cooperation among different interfacing parties? 
Mar 2015:00
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Rail Freight Leaders Panel: Perspectives into industry dynamics and global emerging trends

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  • What role does rail play in intermodal freight
  • How should authorities and operators be collaborating to deliver end-to-end freight services?
  • Accelerating the rail freight network in the region to gain greater market share
  • What are the key challenges towards achieving sustainable development?

 
Mar 2015:20
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Improving urban mobility in Gujarat: Construction progress of Ahmedabad Metro (MEGA)

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  •     Constructing a mass-transit rail system for the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar 
  •     Construction progress – towards a completion target of 2020 
  •     Financing the project by JICA 
Sahadev Singh Rathi, Director, Project & Planning, MEGA
Mar 2015:20
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Adopting IEC 61375 in IP train communication networks

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
  • Benefits of adopting IEC 61375 technologies
  • Real case sharing
    • Case 1: Applying ETBN in onboard multimedia and train to ground systems
    • Case 2: Applying ETBN in separate TCMS and multimedia systems 
Mar 2015:20
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TETRA&LTE MC PTT as alternative to ETCS, PTC, CBTC Signaling applications

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     Mission critical data solutions for the transport sector 
  •     Providing narrow or/and broadband radio solutions to provide operational efficiencies.
  •     TETRA&LTE as alternatives to current technologies.
  •     Success cases TETRA&LTE MC PTT. 
Mar 2015:40
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Improving urban mobility in Bangalore: Construction progress of Bangalore metro

Metro Project Updates (Theatre 1)
  • Expansion of the second longest operational metro network in India
  • Extension plans of Purple & Green Line
  • Building three new lines – What are the key project timelines?
Mar 2015:40
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Data analytics for train fleet reliability

Asset Management & Rolling Stock (Theatre 3)
Mar 2016:40
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Driving financially sustainable growth in metro networks

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  •     What drives financial success and minimizes the need for long-term government funding?
  •     What are the factors that affect metro costs within and outside operator control?
  •     What has been the impact of network development on metro finances? 
  •     How can optimising capacity deliver the most cost-effective outcomes for a metro?
  •     How can today’s successful Asian metros and their governments avoid the mistakes of older metros?  
Mar 2017:00
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The future is digital, transformation is now

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  •     The digital future has already started. Where are we now? Where are we heading tomorrow?
  •     Deutsche Bahn’s approach to digital transformation and overcoming challenges 
  •     Digital innovations to deliver our vision of  a seamless passenger experience 
  •     How can transport companies collaborate with each other to be more successful in the digital age? 
  •     How can traditional technologies benefit from digital technologies and vice versa?

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Mar 2109:00
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Mar 2109:10
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A Rail Transport Perspective of the Guangzhou-HK-Macau Greater Bay Area Development

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  •     Development of a city cluster in the Guangdong- Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area
  •     Boosting urban connectivity and economic cooperation between Hong Kong, Macau and 9 cities in Guangdong province  
  •     Tapping into opportunities: What is MTR’s expansion strategy into Mainland China?   
Mar 2109:30
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Keynote Panel: Towards long-term sustainability of railway operations

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  •     How can modern metros ensure financial sustainability and sufficient funds for asset upgrade and renewal?
  •     As labour costs increase, how can rail operators offset rising costs with revenue growth and increased productivity?
  •     How can rail authorities and operators work more closely together in ensuring long-term financial and quality sustainability?
  •     Building ‘liveable’ communities: Building railways that connect with and complement the urban development of a city 
Mar 2111:00
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Best practices in designing mixed-use transit hubs

Project Management, Tunnelling & Station Design Theatre
Mar 2111:00
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Mar 2111:00
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Octopus’ latest mobile offerings and strategy

Rail Revenue & Ticketing Theatre
Mar 2111:29
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Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
Alok Jain, Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia
Mar 2111:29
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Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
Mar 2111:29
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Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Mar 2111:30
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Enhancing the operational efficiency of Sydney’s rail systems

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  •     Adopting Advanced Train Control systems and technologies on the Sydney Trains network 
  •     Delivering cost-effective operations and safety improvements
  •     Technology initiatives to reduce lifecycle costs and improve reliability  
Stewart Mills, Executive Director, Engineering and Maintenance, Sydney Trains
Mar 2111:30
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Navigating operational risks in resignalling of high-capacity metros

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     How to ensure uninterrupted daily operations during in-progress updates
  •     Measures taken during construction and trial period 
  •     Updating staff’s knowledge of both new and existing systems for operation and maintenance
  •     How to resolve system instabilities
Mar 2111:30
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Enhancing passenger mobility with big data

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  •     How can different modes of public transportation be seamlessly integrated to provide smoother commuter journeys? 
  •     Providing developers free access to public transport data to create useful apps for passengers 
  •     Future outlook: How can transport authorities utilise big data to develop a smart transport system? 
Mar 2111:30
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Connecting Hong Kong to China’s national high speed rail network: An update on Express Rail Link

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Launching the Express Rail Link in the 3rd quarter of 2018 
  •     What are the key construction challenges and how were they overcome?
  •     Integrated testing and cross-boundary dynamic testing of train sets 
Mar 2111:50
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Alstom’s latest digital innovation in enhancing operational efficiency

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
Data usage as a lever for capacity increase
·        reducing dwell times
·        optimizing train capacity usage
·        enabling passenger decisions
 
Mar 2111:50
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Signalling Experts Panel: Best Practices in upgrading to CBTC Systems

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     As CBTC is becoming one of the standard systems in the world, how can we ensure that the system is reliable, secure and can withstand interferences? 
  •     Strategies to manage disruption to passenger services during the testing phase
  •     How can we overcome the challenge of limited engineering hours in testing the new system?   
Mar 2111:50
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Delight your passengers – Providing a seamless and contextual mobile experience

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
                In the presentation, Jason will provide insights on how location-based AI technology will enable public transport operators (PTOs) to orchestrate their customers’ door-to-door, multi-modal and on-demand mobility (also known as Mobility-as-a-Service or MaaS).  This powerful platform will enable:
  • Smart Travel Assistant. Create a seamless travel experience for each passenger by automatically sending personalized messages and alerts based on each passenger’s unique preferences and context.
  • Seamless Ticketing.  Understand where passengers get on and off various means of transport (be-in/be-out) with our smart location tracking analytics to make the users’ journey truly ticketless.
  • Ancillary Revenue.  Enable contextual moments marketing and cross-selling of third party services beyond mobility with our predictive analysis to develop new revenues for PTOs. 

Mar 2111:50
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Thailand’s high speed rail ambitions – Connecting Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Building Thailand’s first high-speed rail link with a target operation date in 2020 
  •     Project timelines and collaboration opportunities 
  •     Future expansion plans – vision of linking with China- Laos Railway   
Mar 2112:00
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Planning, methodologies, design and implementation behind TOD: China Case Studies

Project Management, Tunnelling & Station Design Theatre
Mar 2112:00
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Safety, Reliability and Disruption Management of High Speed Rail and Metro Systems

Rail Revenue & Ticketing Theatre
City University of Hong Kong 
Mar 2112:10
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Driving innovation in O&M management: A case study on Taiwan HSR

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  •     Introduction of innovative initiatives in operation, maintenance, contingency and depot management 
  •     How has the introduction of smart railway systems improve operational efficiency for Taiwan HSR?
  •     Benefits gained in adopting smart practices  
Mar 2112:10
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A rainbow connection - Differentiating Hong Kong’s MTR stations with a palette of colours

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  •     Why is every Hong Kong MTR station a different colour? 
  •     Curating the station experience – Integrating functional artwork and meaningful colours
  •     Visioning stations of the future 
Andrew John Mead, Chief Architect, MTR Corporation
Mar 2112:10
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Malaysia’s economic vision for the KL-SG HSR corridor

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     What are the socio-economic benefits that will come with KL-SG HSR corridor? 
  •     Tender timeline: What are the opportunities for collaboration? 
  •     Cross-industry collaboration and economic acceleration  
Mar 2113:00
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Rail and Metro Tunnel Ventilation System

Project Management, Tunnelling & Station Design Theatre
Steven Lai, Director (Infrastructure, China Region), WSP
Mar 2113:00
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Use of optic fibre networks in predictive maintenance of track infrastructure

Track Infrastructure Theatre
Mar 2113:30
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Case Study

Project Management, Tunnelling & Station Design Theatre
Mark Swales, Director, WSP
Mar 2114:00
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Asset Maintenance: In-house or outsourced?

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  •     What are the key factors to be considered when contracting out?
  •     Evaluating financial sustainability and tangible benefits in outsourcing asset maintenance 
  •     How can contractors’ efficiency for cost cutting and performance improvements be tapped upon? 
Mar 2114:00
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Integration and upgrading of Taipei Metro’s signalling system

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Mar 2114:00
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Operational & Financial Sustainability of South Korea’s High Speed Rail Network

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     What are the key lessons gained from Korea’s experience with high speed rail?
  •     How has HSR helped South Korea to achieve greater balance in its socio-economic development? 
  •     Plans for network expansion
Mar 2114:00
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Tokyo metro’s disaster preparedness plan

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  • How is Tokyo Metro enhancing readiness for natural disasters?  
  • Contingency measures to ensure the safety of passengers in times of crisis 
  • Building the resilience of rail infrastructure to withstand natural disasters 
Mar 2114:20
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Connecting your critical assets with wireless, self-powered sensors; Moving safely and quickly to condition-based maintenance

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
Mar 2114:20
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Implementation of new signalling technology on Indonesia’s railway systems

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)

 
Mar 2114:20
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Lessons from Taiwan High Speed Railway –- Strategies to promote sustainable growth

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
    aiwan High Speed Railway Project is one of the largest privately managed and funded Build-Operate-Transport projects in the world.
  •     BOT financial model and its application in the railway
  •     Overcoming the legal, administration and financial issues in the collaboration
  •     What can other emerging high speed rail projects learn from the Taiwan HSR experience? 
Mar 2114:20
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Securing metros from terrorist threats

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  •     How can rail operators mitigate the threat of terror attacks?
  •     What are the initiatives implemented to increase security?
  •     Establishing collaboration and close partnership with government security forces 
Mar 2114:40
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Digitalisation of the railways – SMRT’s development on future systems

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  •     Moving from preventive to predictive approach – achieving cost-savings over routine or time-based preventive maintenance  
  •     With infrastructure constantly ageing, what strategies can be adopted to achieve maintenance optimization? 
  •     How can sensor technology and big data analytics be utilised effectively to reduce maintenance costs? 
Mar 2114:40
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Indian Railways’ New Initiatives in Signalling

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     Development of Railway Signalling in India 
  •     Signalling – Design Philosophy 
  •     New Signalling Initiatives and Future Directions
Mar 2114:40
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38 Years of HSR with SNCF: Best practices on operational sustainability

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     What are the key lessons gained from SNCF’s experience in operating HSR?
  •     How does SNCF establish itself in Europe’s competitive landscape?
  •     What can new HSR operators in Asia learn from SNCF in ensuring financial sustainability? 
Philippe Lorand, Director Asia, SNCF
Mar 2114:40
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Enhancing flooding preparedness: Taipei Metro’s experience

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  •     Flood prevention facilities and upgrading of flood protection criteria 
  •     How to protect existing assets and build resilient assets
  •     Sharing of Taipei Metro’s success story  
Mar 2115:00
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Big data methodology for operation and infrastructure design

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  • Using big data analysis to test timetables compatibility with infrastructure design
  • How can big data help in improving the robustness of operations planning?
  • Overcoming challenges in working with big data – in terms of data processing and analysis 
Mar 2115:00
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PANEL: Building security resilience and readiness in public transport systems

Passenger Experience & Crisis Management (Theatre 3)
  •     Making security a priority in the structure and culture of the organization 
  •     Raising general security awareness and knowledge in handling of critical situations among operational and security staff 
  •     Strategies on risk assessment, response planning and crisis communication 
  •     Strengthening collaboration with security enforcement agencies  
Moderator: Alok Jain, Managing Director, Trans-Consult Asia
Mar 2115:00
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Managing and implementing practical information technology security in railway communications system

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     Introduction to the risk and security vulnerabilities in rail systems 
  •     Creating a railway IT security management framework for communications system 
  •     Managing vulnerabilities in OT system 
  •     Sharing of best practices in IT security  
Mar 2115:00
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Modernisation and expansion of Sri Lanka’s railways

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Upcoming developments in Sri Lanka – Proposed Railway Electrification Project & Light Rail Transit in Colombo
  •     Optimising existing resources to improve mainline efficiency
  •     How will Sri Lanka Railways continue to modernize the railways and raise passenger and freight volumes? 
Mar 2115:20
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Ensuring sustainable railway operations through energy saving practices

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
Mar 2115:20
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Implementing information security in railway communications systems

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
  •     What are the unique challenges that rail operators face in relation to cyber security? 
  •     How can we protect systems from attacks across different silos?
  •     Understanding the continued difficulties in an increasingly digitalized network 
Mar 2115:20
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Rehabilitating Cambodia’s railway networks to build regional connectivity

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     What plans have been identified to upgrade Cambodia’s rail infrastructure to cope with increasing freight demand?
  •     How will such upgrades be financed?
  •     What are the challenges involved?  
Mar 2115:40
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Mitigating security challenges of communication based signalling systems in metros

Signalling & Communications (Theatre 2)
Nikhil Swami, Executive Engineer, Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation Limited
Mar 2115:40
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Re-engineering of Traction System for Rolling Stock: The KTMB Experience

Operations & Maintenance (Theatre 1)
  •     How can productivity be increased, particularly in human resources? 
  •     What are the benefits gained in adopting smart practices?
  •     What are the cost savings gained in centralizing control?  
Mar 2115:40
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Upgrading Vietnam's intercity networks

Rail Freight & Mainline (Theatre 4)
  •     Opportunities to meet Vietnam’s transport connectivity requirements 
  •     Optimising existing resources to improve mainline efficiency 
  •     How will Vietnam Railways continue to modernize the railways and raise passenger volumes?
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