Press Release (ePRNews.com) - AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - Apr 20, 2016 - Passenger Rail Europe brings together major operating companies, transport groups, disruptors, competitors and experts as well as the EU Commission to discuss the most significant issues facing rail companies today. Topics on the agenda include the effects of liberalisation, the impact of disruptors and innovation in ticketing, as well as passenger information developments, on-board experience and security.
Attendees will gain insights from presentations and panels led by over 20 high-level speakers discussing the latest innovations in digital transformation and passenger services, and learn how to maintain a competitive edge with case studies on new challengers. The conference features over eight hours of networking opportunities with critical decision makers including four peer-to-peer discussion zones.
What is new in 2016:
• Learn how to prepare for a more competitive railway with Pavel Krtek, Chief Executive of Czech Railways and Maurice Unck, Director of Communications & Strategy at NS.
• Discover what new challengers and disruptors such as BlaBlaCar and KLM Cityhopper are doing, and hear from HackTrain on what opportunities technology creates for the rail sector.
• Engage with practical case studies on improving passenger information and delivering a digital railway from Network Rail, Metroskelskabet, Transport for London, and MÁV.
• Benefit from your peers’ experience and exchange best practice in our moderated discussion zones on revenue, data, and distribution.
“Very helpful and informative. A great range of speakers from across Europe.”
Manager, Baringa Partners
“Excellent group and organisation, with great opportunities to mix with international colleagues.”
Principal Consultant, Temple Group
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