As many of you make your final preparations for your trip to Innotrans in Berlin next week, we are delighted to bring you a new publication, the 2017 Rail and Metro Innovation Guide, the perfect tool to help you maximise your time in the German capital. InnoTrans occupies all 41 halls available at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds. Even if you are attending all week you won’t have time to see everyone.
So to support your trip to Innnotrans, and for the coming 12 months, take a look at this interactive digital guide to find the companies and individuals you need to meet to drive your organisation forward. Focussed on seven key areas of rail technology, we have sections on IT Solutions, Signalling & Train Control, Rolling Stock, Passenger Service & Ticketing, Safety & Security, Infrastructure & Construction, Professional Services & Consultancy. So whatever your area of rail technology is this guide will help you.
Since launching SmartRail World in 2013, we’ve regularly been asked who has been supplying the technology in our stories and how best people can get in contact with them. We are proud to have put several operators and solutions providers in contact who are now working together on some very exciting projects. With these enquires in mind, the demand for new solutions growing, the continued growth on Innotrans and with one of our key aims being to help foster technological engagement across the industry, we are proud to have launched the first Rail & Metro Innovation Guide 2017, a comprehensive annual resource containing the leading service and technology suppliers to the global rail and metro industry.
The Rail & Metro Innovation Guide 2017 is more than just a list of companies. Designed for senior executives, managers and procurement officers, this high-quality publication will be a valuable reference tool for all working in rail technology. Divided into chapters focussed on key areas, it’s designed to enable rail professionals to search quickly and easily for the supplier or service required and then contact them directly.
As well as this guide, there’s also a complete only set of listings on its special section on SmartRail World the online home of rail and metro innovation.
We hope you find this guide useful and connecting with the companies both at Innotrans and across the coming year that you need to grow and develop.
Click the link above or here to read the interactive page-turner now.
Luke Upton (Editor, The Rail & Metro Innovation Guide 2017)