Rail Innovation Series History

London Business Conferences launched its Rail Innovation sector series in 2008, pioneering forums on Future Fuels Rail Traction and Financing High Speed Rail.

The series has grown in demand each year, with the latest congress series looking at:

Fleet Maintenance Optimisation Congress 2013

Delivering The Most Efficient Rolling Stock Maintenance To Extend Periodicities
And Minimise Life-Cycle Costs Whilst Improving Reliability And Availability

London, January 22nd-23rd

Cost Optimisation Track Maintenance & Renewals Congress 2012

Delivering More Efficient Railway Track Maintenance And Renewal Works To Reduce Life Cycle Costs

London, 20th & 21st November

Cost Optimisation Electrification Infrastructure Summit 2012

Reducing Life Cycle Costs And Increasing Reliability Of Overhead Line & Railway Electrification Infrastructure Assets Across Installation, Maintenance And Renewal

London, 16th & 17th October

Our rail initiatives have welcomed a large number of attendees from across
Europe as well as internationally, including representatives from Network Rail, ProRail, DB Netze, RFF, Department For Transport, SBB, Infrabel, OBB, UIC/Hyrail, Atkins, EWS, National Express Group, Barclays Captial, Amey, Eurostar, Green Cargo, First Group, SNCF, Mott MacDonald, Morgan Stanley, PLW Arriva, FCCA, Renfe, ENEA, Genera Lynx, Slovenian Railways, Amtrak, SNCF, Indian Railways, RENFE, Trenitalia, Genera Lynx, Virgin Trains, Petrotec, Asciano, National Express Group, EGIS Rail, Volker Rail, Alstom, Slovenian Railways, Bonomi, SNCF, Siemens AG, Netherlands, Ministry Of Transport, BNSF Railway, Goldman Sachs, Government, Accountability Office and many more.

We also work closely with and gain support from various leading industry Associations and partners such as Rail Safety & Standards Board (RSSB)The Railway Industry Association (RIA), Association Of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), The Railway Forum, Midwest High Speed Rail Association, CER, US High Speed Rail Association (USHSR), IPFA amongst others - who are looking to be part of, and benefit from these key industry forums.

Network Rail

"We are about to embark on a major programme of electrification across the UK and the need to provide an effective and efficient system is...

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