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Date: 19/2/2018 11:01 AM EST

Technical Meeting and AGM
16 – 18 March 2018

“Skyrail” and Tunnel – Creating the Metro


Time for another great AGM and Technical Meeting
With a full program that extends from the YMS Social event on Thursday night, a full day of papers and presentations, drinks and dinner on Friday, Technical site visits and dinner on Saturday and a great social day on the Sunday. And even a full Partners program too.

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NON-IRSE AUSTRALASIA MEMBER

Full Registration 
Includes conference, lunch & dinner on Friday, technical visits and lunch & dinner on Saturday, Social day & lunch on Sunday. 

IRSE AUSTRALASIA MEMBER

Full Registration 
Includes conference, lunch & dinner on Friday, technical visits and lunch & dinner on Saturday, Social day & lunch on Sunday.

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Date: 14/2/2018 6:38 AM EST

If you are currently a member of the IRSE Australasia and 35 years old or younger, you are eligible to enter this competition and win one of the four complimentary passes to the Friday Technical Conference in Melbourne on the 16 of March 2018.

If you wish to be considered for this opportunity, please act right now, and send an email to
pkumar.irseaus@gmail.com with the subject line “Melbourne Technical Conference Competition 2018”.
Entries are required by NO LATER THAN 6 pm (EST) 28 Feb 2018.

Please note the following eligibility conditions and requirements:

  • Winners of previous complimentary passes are ineligible to enter this competition
  • Each winner of the competition must present a presentation on a suitable topic at a local IRSE meeting within 6 months of returning from the event
  • Entrants must be under the age of 35 years old as of 31/12/2018
  • Airfares, accommodation and incidentals are not covered under this offer

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Date: 14/2/2018 6:37 AM EST

Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
 
If you are currently a member of the IRSE Australasia and 35 years old or younger, come along on the 15th of March 2018 to catch up with other younger members in the railway industry. This is a great opportunity to connect with like-minded colleagues, expand your network within the industry and hopefully make a few friends!

RSVP Essential, please register on Eventbrite.
 

The Crafty Squire
127 Russell Street
Melbourne, VIC

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Date: 14/2/2018 6:33 AM EST

What’s next for Rail Technology?

The IRSE Australasian Section will be holding a Technical Meeting in Adelaide on 20 & 21 July 2018.
The theme for the meeting will be What’s next for Rail Technology?
The Venue for the meeting will be:
Pullman Adelaide Hotel
Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide SA 5000


Technical papers will be presented on Friday, with the Conference Dinner on Friday night.

Technical Inspections will be conducted on Saturday and will include the new Adelaide Metro Train Control Centre at Dry Creek and the Advanced Train Management System (ATMS) Test Facility at the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) Project Office, located in Mile End.

The technical meeting will include Trade Displays.

Sponsorship opportunities will be made available in early April 2018.

The Call for Papers has been released and can be downloaded from the IRSE website.  Further details on the Call for Papers can be obtained from Howard Revell at howard.revell@irse.org.au

Please view the IRSE Australasian website for future updates.

Registrations for the conference will be made available in late May 2018.

Further information on the Technical Meeting can be obtained from:
Malcolm Menadue HonFIRSE
IRSE South Australian Coordinator
sa@irse.org.au

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Date: 12/2/2018 6:25 PM EST

What
16:30 Presentation
Reflections on Aspect 2017 Singapore
Pesala Kahawita (Opus / WSP)
 
17:30 Presentation
Realising the Opportunities Offered by New Developments in Technologies
John Gifford (Frauscher Sensor Technology)

18:00 Networking Event
Join us after the presentations

Where
Lvl 5 Theatrette, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
Note: Public access is via sign in from the foyer. Please allow sufficient time so as not to be late!

SPONSORS
Venue:                         MMRA
Business Card Draw:   Opus International
Networking Event:       Frauscher Sensor Technology
Attendees wanting to share knowledge via a presentation are most welcome  - Feel free to contact a Victorian Committee Member to discuss further 


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Date: 11/2/2018 3:08 PM EST

IRSE Australasia
QLD Local Meeting

 

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 from 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
 
17:30 – 18:30 Presentations:
Moreton Bay Rail Link – Project Experiences and Beyond
ASTS provides an overview of the challenges of introducing new technology, the underperformance of MacroLok 100 in a demanding service environment, and the upgrade path agreed and adopted with QR to migrate to ASTS’s Wayside Standard Platform (WSP) in use globally for major projects. Options for the future are then considered explaining how the WSP can be made ready for ETCS-L2 operation.
Federico Nardi and Mohan Sankarasubbu | Ansaldo STS

Electronic Train Graph Applications
ASTS are deploying electronic train graphs in freight and passenger contexts. This talk discusses the differing railway related constraints on an electronic train graph and demonstrates the different systems.
Anthony McDonald | Ansaldo STS | Toma (Thomas) Abe | Hitachi

18:30 – 19:30: Networking and refreshments

For more information please contact:
Christine.Birch@ansaldo-sts.com.au or call (07) 3868 5487
 
ANSALDO STS
11 Viola Place
Eagle Farm
Brisbane, QLD 4009
 
Please register on Eventbrite

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Date: 11/2/2018 3:06 PM EST

Resistance is Useless

Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

"Resistance is Useless" based on ITC paper - Strategic Drivers of Change Peter Symons President IRSE and Technical Director Tritun 5:45pm After meeting networking refreshments
Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts Level 1 Mitchell Theatre 280 Pitt St Sydney 2000
Level 1 Mitchell Theatre
280 Pitt St
Sydney, NSW 2000

Tickets on Eventbrite
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/resistance-is-useless-tickets-42930067989

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Date: 11/2/2018 2:59 PM EST

AusRail 2018 is in Canberra ACT this year and will be held on:
Tuesday 27 November to Wednesday 28 November,
and promises to be a great couple of days of knowledge sharing, catching up with old friends and making new ones. 
The AusRAIL 2018 Technical Papers Committee invites you to submit a 400-600 word abstract of a proposed paper in your area of expertise related to the railway sector.
The conference theme for 2018 is: Rail – For a Better Future
All abstracts will be reviewed by the technical committee. Relevance, timeliness, and quality are the key factors in assessing proposed papers.

ABSTRACTS ARE DUE BY 9 MARCH 2018
By submitting an abstract you are agreeing to comply with the conditions of the papers process and understand that if you miss key deadlines your paper will be removed from the program.
To submit an abstract, please fill in the submission form

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Date: 11/2/2018 2:56 PM EST

Insight into Railway Signalling Course 2018

This one-day introductory course is prepared and presented by experienced signalling engineers currently working in the Australasian rail industry.


Presenters are all members of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers Australasia and have each worked in the rail industry for many years.

This is a great opportunity to learn direct from experienced signalling engineers. Each presenter crafts their sessions around their own experiences sharing a wealth of rail signalling knowledge and expertise with attendees.

If you work in rail and liaise with signal engineers, interface to railway signal systems, coordinate with signalling projects or provide operational requirements for signalling systems, this course will provide the insight you need to understand the technology, processes and principles used by railway signal engineers.

Dates and venues:
22 March 2018 - Adelaide
19 June 2018 - Brisbane
14 August 2018 - Melbourne
15 November 2018 - Sydney

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Skyrail and Tunnel - Creating the Metro

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