RailTech Europe 2017 is reinventing itself and will focus on the future. In addition to the expo, a high-level international conference program and a large and interesting free-of-charge workshop program also form part of RailTech Europe 2017. With career matchmaking between exhibitors and visitors, live (on-track) infrastructure demonstrations, train maintenance and rolling stock, exclusive side visits and many other new features, RailTech Europe 2017 promises to be future proof.
Are you interested in submitting your presentation paper before the 30th November 2016? Would you wish to attend the conference as an exhibitor?
Areas of Expertise
RailTech Europe is the meeting place for the entire railway industry and has divided the sector into four areas of expertise: Infrastructure & Construction, Rolling Stock, Technologies & Information Systems, and Public Transport. Each category is divided into sub-segments. These sub-segments may be adjusted as the event takes shape.
Infrastructure & Construction
- Assembly Techniques and Systems
- Consulting, Certification and Engineering
- Machinery, Tools and Equipment
- Service and Refurbishment
- Train Control Management Systems
Technologies & Information Systems
- Train & Track Monitoring Systems
- Big Data in Railway Operations
- Communication Systems
- (Light-rail) Operators
- Passenger Management and Services
- Station and Surroundings
Sharing knowledge will be one of RailTech’s cornerstones. In cooperation with the RailTech’s knowledge partners, an extensive program with workshops, interactive sessions and thematic discussions on a wide variety of topics will be offered to all visitors on a daily basis.
Participating in RailTech Europe’s Innovation Award provides exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to give ample attention to their latest developments, products or services. Alongside to the Innovation Award, RailTech Europe will offer students and young professionals the opportunity to compete in the Young Innovation Award. All submissions for both awards will be judged by a jury of experts.
The multifunctional Jaarbeurs venue in Utrecht, the Netherlands has an extensive infrastructure and well-equipped halls for RailTech Europe, especially for the placement of large vehicles and equipment. Jaarbeurs is located next to the Utrecht Central Station, which makes it easily accessible by train. It is also easily reachable by train for international visitors flying in from Amsterdam.
Side and Technical visits
Selected exhibitors and partners of RailTech Europe 2017 are offering a variety of technical, cultural and side events to visitors. Utrecht and its surroundings have a wide range of interesting possibilities. More information will be made available soon.
The 2nd day of RailTech Europe 2017 will be devoted to career opportunities in the industry. All exhibitors are invited to attend matchmaking sessions with potential trainees and employees. Special attention will be given to technical training institutes, colleges and universities. A comprehensive media campaign will attract individuals looking for a new a challenge.
Impression RailTech EXPO 2015
“It is important for the rail industry to see which new innovations there are at the moment” – Exhibitor RailTech 2015
Have a look at the photo impression of RailTech 2015:
If you are interested in the exhibit or you would like to schedule an appointment to receive any further information, contact your RailTech Europe 2017 project advisor directly:
RailTech Europe 2017
T: +31 30 698 1802
RailTech Europe 2017
T: +31 76 2063200
We are looking forward to meeting you in Utrecht, between 28-30 March 2017!