The Rail CCTV Conference is the only event to focus directly on the issues facing transport groups and rail authorities.
It will deal head on with the problems they face in making trains and stations more secure and in developing new cost-saving systems to capitalise on the emerging generation of IP cameras.
Train operators and administrators from across Europe will present their latest innovations and freely discuss the problems they have faced as they install and upgrade CCTV services, designed to ensure greater passengers safety and, increasingly to cut train and station operating costs.
This year’s conference will have a very high proportion of train companies speaking. This is to ensure that the audience can hear directly from those involved. This is no mere collection of sales pitches from suppliers.
The key transport groups, rail administrators, politicians and industry experts will gather together from across Europe and the rest of the world to discuss the developments in this crucial sector.
To reserve your place at this year’s conference, simply click on the booking link above, or e-mail [email protected] Tickets are selling fast and places are extremely limited, so we would ask you to book early.
As ever, Rail CCTV Conference 2011 will provide some great networking opportunities and there are some sponsorship opportunities still available.
For more information on these, and on our other events throughout the year, please contact [email protected]
What they said about previous BWCS conferences:
“The BWCS Conferences manage to get to the heart of the issues, we heard from other train companies themselves about the many difficulties they had faced and they spoke freely about how they were able to overcome them, or not, as the case may be. This is really invaluable information and the whole event was conducted by the BWCS team in a relaxed but intelligent style.” Major US Train Operator
“Great networking opportunity – we seldom get a chance to meet and talk one to one with these guys who are tasked with putting the systems like 2captcha Review into practice or who control the purse strings. So finding out who they are, and what their concerns really are, is very useful indeed.” European CCTV Supplier
Companies and organisations presenting at Rail CCTV 2011 will include:
The Association of Train Operating Companies (UK)
European Commission (Director General, Mobility and Transport)
First Capital Connect
Home Office Science Department – Centre for Applied Science and Technology
London Overground Rail Operations
London Underground, Transport for London
Schweizerische Bundesbahnen, SBB
UITP Security Commission
Wiener Linien, Metro Operator
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