CCRCC 2015
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Control Command and Railway Communication Conference 2015  
 

Turning a Mature System into a Business Case 

CCRCC 2015, 22 and 23 of September

 

Thank you for your attendance!

 
 
The European Railway Agency would like to thank the more than 300 “live” participants, and an additional 286 live stream viewers from 46 countries, for attending the CCRCC 2015.
A special thanks goes out to our speakers, panelists, and contributors to vibrant discussions during the conference.
 
We hope that the CCRCC 2015 met your expectations – please give us your feedback in our online evaluation form at https://www.research.net/r/CCRCC2015.
 
For those of you who did not have the opportunity to participate, or who wish to revisit the presentations, they can be downloaded from http://www.era.europa.eu/conferences/CCRCC-2015/Pages/Conference-Files.aspx.
 
All conference videos can be viewed from http://live.wavecast.co/ertms/, using the following credentials:
 
Username: era@era.com
Password: erarailways
 
 
A picture gallery of the event is available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/135928847@N04/albums/with/72157658965365349
 
Thank you for your interest - we hope to see you soon at the next ERA conference!
 

 ERA invited representatives from the list below.

 
  • Member states representatives
  • Representatives from the European Commission
  • Rail operators
  • Infrastructure managers
  • Railway lobby groups
  • Manufacturers and suppliers of rolling stock; signaling and traffic management systems, traction and communication equipment
  • Industry and Railway consultants
  • Universities
  • Others 
 

The purpose of the event

 

The objectives

 
  • To provide a common meeting ground between European Railway Agency, the Commission, railway organisations, vendors and users to establish ERTMS requirements and to ensure a smooth transition from the present era to the future in the railway business
  • Networking
 

What makes this conference different

 
  •  This is the best opportunity to get direct access to the system authority and to contact the main players of the railway community

 
  • The possibility to understand the current legal aspects of ERTMS and their evolution towards the future