5G - the nervous system of the digital society and digital economy
Sydney lecture by David Soldani, VP Huawei European Research Centre
Joint meeting with IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
Free admission for IRSE Australasia members.
4:00pm - 5:00pm 2 April 2015
(3:30pm registration & afternoon tea)
Lecture Theatre, CSIRO
30 Pembroke Rd, Marsfield, NSW 2122
Visitor parking available. Register at the Reception
Reorganisation of Metro Engineering
Paul O'Halloran - Metro Trains Melbourne
Degraded Mode Signalling
Level 5 SX1 Corporate Centre, 121 Exhibition Street Melbourne.
Commences at 4:30 pm and finishes at 6:00 pm.
There is no need to register, just come along and enjoy meeting with colleagues and learning something new.
The 2015 IRSE International Convention will be held in two cities in Queensland Australia, commencing with the Welcome Reception in Brisbane on 31 May 2015 and finishing in Rockhampton with the gala dinner on 5 June 2015.
There are a range of sponsorship opportunities available for the International Convention which will give companies access to participants from a wide range of countries.
Details and Sponsorship registration HERE. Further information can be obtained by contacting Tony Howker at
Registration for this conference can be made on the UK website in Pounds by following the link below
OR at www.irse.org/events
Registration in Australian Dollars and Partial Registration now available.
Registration is now available to members living in Australia and New Zealand on the Australasian Section website in Australian Dollars.
You can also do a partial registration for the Brisbane events only. That includes the Welcome Reception Sunday evening, Monday and Tuesday Technical papers and site visits and the Outback Spectacular Tuesday evening.
Note as this is an international Convention:
Registrations close on the 30 April 2015
It will not be possible to register after the closing date.
Registration is available for IRSE members only. If you wish to participate but are not currently a member you can obtain application forms here
Capacity Growth in Transport Infrastructure is the topic of the IRSE Technical Meeting to be held in Sydney in October 2015.
The organising committee invites members to submit abstracts for technical papers on the following subjects:
- Principles paper explaining current practice or engineering principles
- Technical paper explaining latest practices and/or techniques and results
- Telecommunications technical paper relating to the theme
- Control systems technical paper relating to the theme – not necessarily signalling but any control system e.g, on-board systems, automation systems, train control system etc.
- Current projects papers relating to the theme with the emphasis on engineering/project management process and lessons learned Strategic paper relating to the theme (for example ETCS vs CBTC)