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pdf0 2018 - March - Danton - Delhi Metro Line 7

Julian Danton

Bombardier Transportation

Delhi Metro is a greenfield development of a 58km heavy metro system with 38


Size 261.93 KB
pdf1 2018 - March - Hunter/Joseph - Use of Independent Safety Assessment on Railway Projects [Presentation]

Hugh Hunter

Certifier Australia

Serge Joseph

French and Algerian Ministry of Transport

Regulation of Australian Railways in


Size 1.21 MB
pdf2 2018 - March - Hunter/Joseph - Use of Independent Safety Assessment on Railway Projects

Hugh Hunter

Certifier Australia

Serge Joseph

French and Algerian Ministry of Transport

Regulation of Australian Railways in


Size 292.63 KB
pdf3 2018 - March - Ness - MMRA Presentation

David Ness

MMRA Rail Systems Alliance Package Director

The Owners Persepective - details of the complexity of


Size 1.66 MB
pdf4 2018 - March - Tattersall - Opening Presentation

Evan Tattersall CEO

Melbourne Metro Rail Authority

Transforming Victiorias Rail Network - Presentation

Size 8.7 MB
pdf5 2017 - July - Wimberley - Cyber Security in a Heavy Haul Railway

Jeff Wimberley BE, Associate Member IRSE

Aurizon PTY LTD

As technology changes, modern railway signalling systems are becoming more and more reliant on IP Data networks for


Size 378.78 KB
pdf6 2017 - July - Nardi and Revell - Migration methodologies for CBTC and ERTMS

Federico Nardi BCompE (Hons), RE(OIGenova)

Ansaldo STS Australia Pty Ltd

Howard Revell BA, CEng, RPE (Elec), RPEQ (Elec), HonFIRSE MIEEE

Ansaldo STS Australia Pty


Size 1.26 MB
pdf7 2017 - July - Banerjee - Monologue of a Byte by Byte traveller

Somnath Banerjee B. Tech, FIRSE, MIEEE, MIRSTE, RPEQ

The history of “Byte by Byte” Railway signalling is also the history of new technology for Railway Signalling.  Any discussion on


Size 195.99 KB
pdf8 2017 - July - Burns - Electronic virtual trainstops

Peter Burns MBA, BAppSci (Elect), FIRSE, CPEng, FIEAust

PYB Consulting

As signalling technology moves from the world of the fixed signal to the world of Communication Based


Size 910.79 KB
pdf9 2017 - July - Gash - An engineer’s journey to achieving conscious competence

Cassandra Gash MIRSE, MIEAust, MAIPM, BEng(Hons), GDSignalling & Telecommunications,

CPPM Melbourne Metro Rail Authority, Senior Signalling Project Manager

This paper


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Jacek Mocki PhD, MSc, BEng CPEng MIRSE NPER


Shane Curtin MBA, BEng


Yulan Liu MSc, BEng MIRSE, RPEQ


This paper is


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pdf11 2017 - July - Baker - Queensland Rail: AWS to ETCS HOT


Queensland Rail

The principle form of train protection for the metropolitan rail region of Queensland has been the Automatic Warning system.


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pdf12 2017 - March - Moore - Signalling system safety is NOT an absolute

Trevor Moore Hon FIRSE FIEA Aust

Australian Rail Track Corporation

We often design a signalling system and continue its operation even though there are significant changes in


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pdf13 2017 - March - McDonald - Is RAMS all BULL for Electromechanical Equipment?

Wayne McDonald BE (Elec) FIRSE

Siemens Limited

Railways are required to operate safely and one of the methods to demonstrate this is type approval of signalling equipment.


Size 302.71 KB
pdf14 2017 - March - Boshier - Technology based asset management

Steve Boshier FIRSE, FCILTA

Auckland Transport

Asset Management is an area that continues to develop through innovation, technical developments and through new ways of looking


Size 1.77 MB
pdf15 2017 - March - Leveque - Advanced features over ETCS for suburban railway operation HOT

Dr Olivier Leveque

Alstom Signalling – Australia New Zealand

The advanced features over ETCS detailed in this paper are Virtual Block Sectioning and scalable Automatic Train


Size 677.32 KB
pdf16 2017 - March - D'Cruz - Do we have the backbone to support emerging technologies?

Malcolm D’Cruz M.E. Mechatronics

Public Transport Authority of Western Australia

David Lim  MSc. Telecommunication Management



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pdf17 2017 - March - Gillespie - Are CAD drawings the best way to design signalling systems

Rob Gillespie NTD Elec Eng.

I&E Systems Pty Ltd

Modern railway signalling systems now incorporate computer-based interlocking, and the wiring is predominantly simple


Size 1.05 MB
pdf18 2016 - Sept - Cox - Level Crossings, When is enough, enough?

 Level crossings represent high risk exposure for railway operators.
 Obligation for engineers and railway operators is to ensure level crossing risks are seen to be


Size 1.7 MB
pdf19 2016 - July - Pfister - Swiss Army Knife vs KISS How to optimise a level crossing 1

Assuming you get the job to implement or update a new level crossing: You will be confronted with lots of stakeholders,
influencers and legislative guidelines. The national regulator is


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