IRSE Local Meeting
Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts. Level 1 Mitchell Theatre, 280 Pitt St Sydney 2000
Meeting commences at 1630.
The meeting will conclude at 17:45 and be followed by networking drinks.
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Moving to ETCS Level 2
by Abel Hurtado and Francis Li
The presentation will explain the fundamental building blocks of an ETCS Level 2 Train Control System, covering the onboard and trackside sub-systems. Will look at how ETCS Level 2 works in real life and the benefits of the technology. The successful completion of the Sydney ETCS Level 2 Pilot Trial project will be brieftly referenced from personal perspectives
Are you an IRSE Australasian Section Inc Member?
If you have recently moved to Australia or New Zealand you may not know that the Australasian Section of the IRSE, covering Australia and New Zealand, is an organisation incorporated in the Australian State of Victoria. Our Rules require that a membership application for the IRSE Australasian Section Inc. is submitted and approved by committee before a person can be added to the membership register. Hence people who move to this region are not automatically added to the Section membership register. In other aspects the Australasian Section operates in a similar manner to other international sections of the IRSE.
The application form is available on the Section website here. Simply fill out the details, obtain the signatures of two current members of the IRSE Australasian Section and send the completed form to the secretary at . There is currently no additional cost for joining.
By joining the Australasian Section you will be able to fully participate in the Section’s activities and also be able to influence the direction the Section takes by voting, for example for committee members, or by serving on committees.
If you have any questions, or if you wish to check if you are currently a member of the Australasian Section, then please contact the Secretary.
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