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MORE ABOUT SMARTRAIL & METRO EURASIA

The Eurasian rail and metro network is undergoing a period of modernization and growth. Signalling, telecom, rolling stock and IT technology must be selected to help meet this challenge. There has been no better time to enter the Eurasian market, with $46 billion allocated to rail and metro investment and projects by 2023 in Turkey alone. SmartRail & Metro Eurasia aims to encourage best parctice sharing and offer solutions to the challenges faced. Topics explored include:
 
  • How to deliver projects on time & on budget.
  • Ways to meet technological requirements
  • How to ensure reliable operations & meet passenger demand.

Take a look at what happened in 2016.

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DOWNLOAD THE FREE E-BOOK

 

Take a look into the Eurasian rail industry and see what you happened at SmartRail Eurasia 2015, all in our fantastic e-book.

 

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EURASIA'S ONLY DEDICATED RAIL & METRO CONGRESS

With the first edition of SmartRail & Metro Eurasia behind us we want to say thank you to everyone that helped make it a great show! SmartRail comes to you as the region continues to modernize and grow, offering the transport industry a place in which they can share their challenges, experiences and soloutions.

 

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