Integrating Train Control Systems to Increase Throughput, Ensure Safety and Maximise Network Responsiveness

The Train Control Management Systems Summit is back! And the program is bigger than ever.

With the launch of the $12 billion Sydney Metro Northwest line in May 2019 and unprecedented investment in public transport to the tune of $32.2 billion, it is clear that train control systems are at the forefront of major upgrades taking place across the country.

Operators are currently implementing new technologies such as ETCS, CBTC & Automatic Train Control to optimise efficiency on the network. This in turn will relieve congestion, improve passenger experience and enable frequent and flexible travel. But the question remains of how to implement these new technologies in a cost efficient, safe way.

If you are in charge of operations, signaling or train control you will not want to miss this event!

What you can expect


Debate and discuss best practice around security and innovation within train control systems through our leading interactive formats, panels & interactive discussion groups.


2 exclusive international keynotes by Deutsche Bahn Germany & Crossrail around successful ETCS technology migration


Network with industry leaders including: Department of Transport and Main Roads, Metro Trains Melbourne, Arc Infrastructure, Sydney Trains, Rio Tinto, plus more! 


Hear from 16+ senior Directors and Heads of Engineering and Operations from the freight & passenger rail industry, leaders like Pacific National, Aurizon & Pacific National


ROC Site Tour – Touch and experience a state of the art control centre by Andrew Constantinou, ROC Techincal & Assurance Director, Sydney Trains


Explore cutting edge case studies and discover best practice strategies and lessons learned from industry leaders 

Meet the 2020 Expert speaker Panel


    In partnership with our Advisory Board, we have broadened the scope of our 2020 event to include eight focused learning streams that will cover:

    • Successfully implementing new technologies such as ETCS, CBTC & Automatic Train Control to optimize Networks
    • Ensuring the interoperability of your Train Control Management Systems, especially within existing networks
    • Supporting the workforce through changes associated with the delivery TCMS projects