Rail Operations

Rail Operators face a variety of challenges when planning, staffing, moving and controlling trains. On the one hand, they need to follow legal requirements and regulations. On the other hand, they need to guarantee personal safety and maintain the quality of their assets and the environment. The special characteristics of the railway system also place particular requirements on operations planning. 

Find out more about how to use the route, the rolling stock and crews in the most effective way to implement a safe and successful rail operations management. Our trainings in this area cover the principles of rail operations and the various activities, equipment and processes involved. Learn about key topics such as rules and requirements for constructing and operating the railway and look at different types of railway operation systems.
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ATO (Automatic Train Operation) and DTO (Driverless Train Operation) are key elements for improving energy efficiency and increasing line capacity in the railroad sector.
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An expert in Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) is able to understand its architecture, components, system functioning and operation.
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The course objective is to understand the components and architecture of the modern rail train control system, Communication Based Train Control (CBTC).
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The course objective is to understand the interoperability of CBTC rolling stock on non-CBTC lines focusing on the required infrastructure.
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The course objective is to understand the differences and similarities between heavy rail systems specifically Automatic Train Control (ATC) and Communication Based Train Control (CBTC).
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The course objective is to define all processes and requirements to implement the Commucation Based Train Control (CBTC) system and the fundamentals of the operations.
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The course objective is to understand the fundamentals of the modern rail train control system, Communication Based Train Control (CBTC).
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As pillars of the railway system operations in Europe and globally, the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) and the European Train Control System (ETCS) together ensure and increase saf
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ATO (Automatic Train Operation) and DTO (Driverless Train Operation) are key elements for improving energy efficiency and increasing line capacity in the railroad sector.
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Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) helps to achieve maximum capacity and brings flexibility in responding to traffic demand whilst maintaining safety requirements.
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The European Train Control System (ETCS) is a new common train protection system, which ensures increased safety and higher train frequency on the tracks.
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The objective is to understand key principles of railway operations and important interrelationships and dependencies to be able to move railway vehicles efficiently and safely.
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The objective is to enhance your know-how of planning a railway system, compiling a timetable and managing capacity for a safe and successful railway operation.
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The objective is to understand principal signaling infrastructure elements and their relation to rail traffic to improve signaling quality, efficiency and safety.
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Get on track to move railway vehicles efficiently and safely. Learn about all the activities and equipment needed to guarantee the safety, control and monitoring of train movements.

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