The Railway Signalling and Control Systems Professional Development Course - RSCS 2008 (RSCS 08)
Venue: Austin Court
|Event Date/Time: Jun 23, 2008||End Date/Time: Jun 27, 2008|
|Registration Date: Jun 20, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 25, 2008|
It is vital that engineers are able to understand the fundamental design and assurance requirements of modern safety signalling and control systems as well as the acceptance or regulatory regimes in place. In system applications, the role of the human must be analysed in the context of the railway service to be operated and appropriate levels of system integration provided. Engineers must also understand the need for maintenance and the life-cycle of the systems used on the railway.
System applications and integration are considered in the context of mainline and metro-type environments. The design and project engineering skills necessary are presented through to the integration lessons learnt in the areas of Electro-magnetic compatibility and Human Factors.
- Learn about the building blocks of signalling fundamentals, modern systems of today and plans for the future in a structured way
- Take part in a course specifically tailored to those who are new to train control engineering
- Hear from acknowledged experts – the course speakers are all leading professionals in their subjects
- The programme is fully updated each time the course is held to ensure that it reflects modern railway systems and the latest technologies and ideas