webinar

Internet of Trains 2.0 – Getting more return from your rail assets

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27 June 2017

Supported by:

27 June 2017

Siemens webinar internet of trains 2.0

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

Digitalisation has reached the world of trains at a tremendous speed, with trains and signalling systems generating large volumes of data.

This webinar described how rail operators and maintainers can use such data to improve their businesses and generate more return from their assets. Detailed examples will show how availability of rail assets can be improved and what will be possible with such data in the future.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Siemens webinar Gerhard Kress speaker

Gerhard Kress
Head of Mobility Data Services Center
Siemens AG

Gerhard is involved with corporate digitalisation strategy for Siemens, with a background in IT services and strategic consulting with McKinsey & Company. He has education degrees in Physics and International Relations and European Studies.

18 responses to “Internet of Trains 2.0 – Getting more return from your rail assets”

  1. CAROLINE ERNOULT says:

    Dears, I assisted the webinar Yesterday, can you please send me the presentation and recording? Thank you very much.
    [email protected]

    • Katherine Ball says:

      Hi Caroline. Thank you for you interest in this webinar. A pdf of the slides will be sent to you shortly.

  2. Tom says:

    Hi,

    Will this focus on inter-city rail or will there be discussions on metros, LRT, street cars etc?

    • Katherine Ball says:

      Thank you for your question. The presentation will focus mostly on data analytics for rail vehicles and rail infrastructure. Most of the findings apply to mainline transport, but many of them can also be generalised to lightrail vehicles or metros.

  3. Francisco says:

    Hi, I’m so sorry, but I tried several times but I can’t access to the registration form. Is there another way to be registered?

    • Katherine Ball says:

      I’m sorry to hear you are still having problems, I have sent you an email directly.

  4. Halam Rose says:

    When I register I’m taken to the webinar where it says the webinar does not start until 3pm but the calendar invite I downloaded says 4pm. Please confirm the correct time for the webinar.

    • Jonathan Marriott says:

      Hi Halam. I can confirm the webinar takes place at 3PM BST / 4PM CEST. Is it possible your calendar is set to CEST, as opposed to BST? The calendar invite is working as it should – displaying 3PM BST. We look forward to seeing you at the live event!

  5. Francisco says:

    Does anyone have problems with the registration form? I can’t access (either with Google Chrome or internet explorer).
    Thank in advance.

  6. Francisco says:

    Hello,
    How much time will the webinar take?
    Thanks in advance.

  7. Santosh Rijal says:

    Hi there,
    May I know where the location of webinar is?

    • Jonathan Marriott says:

      Hi Santosh. The webinar is virtual – all you need to do is register here and you will receive a link where the webinar can be watched live (on 27 June) or on-demand (after 27 June).

  8. Maria says:

    I will not be able to attend this webinar live but I think it sounds very interesting, will it be possible to watch it afterwards?

    • Jonathan Marriott says:

      Hi Maria. Yes, the webinar will be available to watch on-demand after the webinar has taken place. Register now and you will be notified as soon as it is available to watch.

  9. Panagiotis Georgopoulos says:

    Hello,

    Are there any fees to pay in order to attend this webinar?
    If yes, please:

    1. Let me know the amount
    2. Means of payment? (i.e. through VISA ?)

    Thank you!

    • Jonathan Marriott says:

      Thank you for showing your interest in this webinar!

      This webinar is free for all to access – simply click here to register your attendance.

      We look forward to seeing you attend live on 27 June.

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