We are happy to announce that the second Rolling-NET is coming! Rolling-NET is an exclusive railway congress for decision makers and suppliers focusing on rolling stock. Many investment will start in the coming years to improve and optimize the traffic and transportation and the event aims to provide a forum for the different players in the industry, such as train builders, operators, system integrators, solution providers, component manufacturers and distributors, education, governmental and nonprofit organizations. Niche event, since within the railway theme, primarily focusing on rolling stock (this is why we call it Rolling-NET) telecommunications, security surveillance, IT/ICT and automation systems and, in particular on the Internet of Things (IoT) penetration of the railway area.
Creation of a safe, modern and integrated railway network that can make rail transport more competitive remains one of the highest priorities of the European Union. There are numerous endeavours and measures focusing on innovation and efficiency. These objectives are also served by the fact that the European funds available for infrastructure investments in the 2014-2020 programming period have been trebled and 80% of these will be spent on railways. Railway-related R&D funds have also been trebled in order to make the European railway network more lucrative to passenger and freight transport providers alike.
The primary objective of the event, the relationship between the various players in the industry to build (which is why we call it Rolling-NET, ie Networking). Among the participants we provide an excellent opportunity for networking, as the exhibitors and visitors of the Rolling-Net Coordinator can help you organize your appointments, meetings. The participants and sponsoring professional presentations take part in both days at the end of the first day provides further opportunities for networking on the 8th floor of the hotel a gala dinner with a buffet reception awaits the participants.
Why is Rolling-NET different?
The rolling stock industry is represented in every major player in the event, so that the rail vehicle manufacturers, operators, prime contractors, systems integrators, consultants, non-profit organizations. You can register by invitation only, is guaranteed only relevant operators are involved.
Participants can not only participate at the presentations about the latest challenges and innovative solutions, but thanks to the Rolling-Net Coordinator they can schedule face-to-face business meetings in advance too.
Opening ceremony, welcome addresses
Vision of the development of the Hungarian Railway Infrastructure
László MOSÓCZI Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of National Development, Hungary
Vision of the Development of the Croatian Railway Infrastructure
Nikolina BRNJAC State Secretary, Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Croatia
Railway infrastructure projects in the Western Balkans
Marko RADOVIĆ chairman, RCSEE (Rail Cluster for South-East Europe), Serbia
Coffee break – Exhibition Visit
Differences in the Rules for the Eligibility of Costs in the Programming Periods of 2007-2013 and 2014-2020
Flórián SZALÓKI Deputy State Secretary for Transport Operational Programmes, Ministry of National Development, Hungary
ERA’s role in the practical implementation of the technical pillar of the Fourth Railway Package
Ny Tiana TOURNIER Head of Policy, Strategy, Research and International Standards Unit, ERA, France
An implementation of the 4. Railway Package technical pillar and its impact on the rail competitiveness
Libor LOCHMAN Executive Director, CER, Belgium
Roundtable (SERA and the 4. Railway Package)
Moderator: Libor LOCHMAN
Participants: Nikolina BRNJAC, Ny Tiana TOURNIER, László MOSÓCZI, Tamás ALSCHER
Shift2Rail and Eastern European cooperation
Miroslav HALTUF Chairman of State Representative Group (SRG), Shift2Rail JU, Czech Republic
Reinforcing European Leadership of the World Market
Jean-Philippe PEUZIAT Head of Unit – Public Affairs, UNIFE, Belgium: Competitiveness of the European rail supply industry
Life-cycle cost analysis and the EU cost-benefit analysis methodology – practical approach
Zsuzsanna LEHOCZKI International Director, Trenecon Ltd., Hungary
Activities of the Organization for Co-operation between Railways
Mykola NOSENKO, Chairman of the OSJD Commission on Transport Law, Poland
Romanian Railway Strategy
Iosif SZENTES General Director, CFR Calatori, Romania
Snack-party – Exhibition Visit
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Welcome address
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Digitalization – a challenge for Shift2Rail
Miroslav HALTUF, Chairman of State Representative Group (SRG), Shift2Rail JU, Czech Republic
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Welcome address
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Machine inferencing on the semantic ‘web of transportation data’ for interoperable customer centric transportation applications
Riccardo SANTORO, Architecture and Innovation Officer, Corporate Strategy, Plans and Systems, Ferrovie dello Stato, Italy
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Innovative solutions in EC-verifications
DI Christoph HANDEL Managing Director, Arsenal Railway Certification GmbH, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Upgrade your systems with IoT solutions!
Balázs VARGA, CEO, MechatroMotive Kft., Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: TSI Certification of 500 km track in Hungary – Experiences and Improvements
DI Dr. Lukas KIRCHMAIER – DI Dr. Andreas KAINZ – Bernhard FISCHER –Martin EGGENHOFER – DI Christoph HANDEL, Arsenal Railway Certification GmbH, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Colibri by DB Fahrzeuginstandhaltung, innovative IT solution along the traveling tour
Martin NEMECEK Key Account Manager, DB Fahrzeuginstandhaltung GmbH, Germany
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: 2 years of experience in railway infrastructure certification in Hungary
Árpád TÓTH, KTI EC Certification, Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Zoltán NYUL
Zoltán NYUL, Strategy and Innovation Director, Centre for Budapest Transport
Coffee break – Exhibition Visit
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Trade-off between maintenance costs and capacity consumption: a Multi Objective Genetic Algorithm to find optimal solutions
Giovanni LONGO Department of Engineering and Architecture University of Trieste, Italy
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: EGNOS, a key enabler in future railway positioning
Virginia ANTÓN, Service Adoption Engineer ESSP SAS, Spain
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: A catch-up strategy for missed re-investments in track
Anna FRISEE, SBB, Switzerland
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Institute Mihajlo Pupin railway products with focus on LED signals
Zeljko STOJKOVIC – Mladen GAJCANSKI, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Serbia
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Prognosis of turnouts – analogies and differences to open track
Michael FELLINGER – Prof. Dr. Peter VEIT, TU Graz, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Level Crossing and Signalling Advantages of standardized industrial solutions for the railway
Zsolt ZÓLOMY, Infocontrol Hungária Kft., Engineering & Design, Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Optimization of maintenance strategy of railway turnouts – Operating tests for best practice
Zoltán ELŐHEGYI Head of Department Engineering & Design, VAMAV Railway Equipments Ltd., Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Train-centric Communication based close proximity driving train movement authority system
Haifeng SONG – Eckehard SCHNIEDER, TU Braunschweig, Institute for Traffic Safety and Automation Engineering, Germany
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Railway Ballast and its Maintenance
Rainer WENTY – Fabian HANSMANN, Strategic Marketing, Plasser & Theurer, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Preparation of formal specification of railway interlocking systems
Gábor LUKÁCS – Dr. Tamás BARTHA, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Control for Trasportation and Vehicle Systems, Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: The use of Relumat2000™ in railway construction
Philipp Mahr Managing Director, Reluma Gmbh, Germany
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: ERTMS Deployment with the focus on the description of cross border agreements
Beatriz SIERRA BARBA Head of ERTMS Department, INECO, Spain
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Examination of embedded rail structures for temperature effects
Dr. Zoltán MAJOR Senior Lecturer, István Széchenyi University, Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: The advantages of an integrated approach to ERTMS diagnostics testing
Franco DE FAZIO Key Account Manager, Comtest Wireless, Italy
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Investigation of insulated rail joints with fibre-glass reinforced fishplatesDr. Szabolcs FISCHER – Dr. Attila NÉMETH – Zsolt HORVÁTH, István Széchenyi University, Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: ERTMS & Railway Safety systems in Hungary – Comments & Considerations
Béla NAGYSZEGI – Gyula GELÁNYI, KTI EC Certification, Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Railway rail/wheel contact in curves of small radii
Róbert CSÉPKE Team leader, BKV Zrt. (Tram) Project management team of technical development, Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: EC Verification of GSM-R network in Hungary
Federica FORNARI Team Leader, GSM-R Certification, Rina Services S.p.A., Italy – Béla NAGYSZEGI, KTI EC Certification, Hungary
Coffee break – Exhibition Visit
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Databased methods for condition based maintenance -reduce costs and improve uptime and efficiency
Dr. Peter ENGEL, Conceptual Design and Development, ZEDAS GmbH, Germany
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Digital transformation and cyber-security
Bernhard BRUCKNER – Horst KAUFMANN – Michael MIKULANDRA, Kapsch CarrierCom, Austria
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Development of MFL (Magnetic flux leakage) rail nondestructive testing
Anatoly MARKOV – Andrey ANTIPOV, Engineering & Design, Radioavionica Corp., Russia
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Industrial Cyber Security Principles are useful for Railway?
Klemens GEIGER Head of CoC Industrial Cyber Security, BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION GmbH, Germany
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Application of drones in railway infrastructure
Wolfgang ZOTTL, Research & Development, ÖBB Infrastruktur AG, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: IEC 62443-4-2 device level cyber security, how to handle IEC 62443 compliance in 3 steps
Matthias LAUBNER Field Application Engineer, Moxa Europe, Germany
End of Sessions
Hungarian dinner in a typical hungarian restaurant
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Mobile robotic platform for the automatic railroad switch inspection
Mattias Moritz BERNHARD, Train & Transport Business Unit, Gruppo Loccioni, Italy
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Recent diagnostics of wheel-rail contact to avoid running instability
Csaba ÁGH Diagnostic Engineer, MÁV Central Rail and Track Inspection Ltd., Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Coupling of Coaches – Challenges and Solutions for the train communication network
Stefan PALM Business Development Manager, Moxa Europe, Germany
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Expansion of functional capabilities of equipment for rail testing
Vladimir MOSYAGIN PhD Head of department for means and devices of non-destructive testing, Radioavionica corp., Russia
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Innovative rail vehicle tracking solutions in accordance with TAF TSI rules
Zoltán NAGY PhD, OLTIS Hungária Ltd., Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: FTS – a new approach to asset condition monitoring
Michael PARZER Customer Service Manager, Frauscher Sensortechnik GmbH, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Digitalization of Freight Cars
István HEGEDŰS, Director, Knorr-Bremse Business Segment Freight Car Europe, Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Determination of geotechnical indices using High speed radar
Giuseppe STACCONE, Ground Control GmbH, Germany
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Simulation supported energy consumption planning
Dr. István HRIVNÁK MD, Tran-SYS Ltd., Hungary – József LADÁNYI MD, EMC Solution Ltd., Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Application by RZSD of video inspection systems in diagnostication of infrastructural facilities
Aleksej BOLOTOV Head of Department, RZSD
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: The Multivendor strategy
Robert GRABNER, Presales & Bid Management Director, Mission Critical Networks, Kapsch CarrierCom Ltd., Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Discussion
Coffee break – Exhibition Visit
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Investigations of noise mitigation of railway track components – Laboratory and field measurements
Gabriella CSORTOS PhD Student, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Complex centralized traffic control system for railways
Márton FELDMANN Head of railway automation division, Prolan Zrt., Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Smart Elastic Solutions for Reduction of Maintenance Costs of Railway lines
Peter PALOTAS, Department of Transport Infrastructure, Getzner, Austria
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Usage of state-of-the-art data network solutions in the railway environment
András KORSÓS Technical Director, SCI-Network, Inc., Hungary
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Rubber granule based resilient products for railway construction
Géza FEJÉRVÁRY Managing Director, Granutechno Ltd., Hungary
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Recent Central Traffic Control system from the operator’s aspect
Károly NAGY Head of Traffic Department, Gysev
INFRASTRUCTURE SECTION: Noise and Vibration issues between two stations of the Budapest M4 Metro line
Dániel Szilveszter NAGY Noise Expert – Mrs. Pálné BITE dr. Managing Director, VIBROCOMP Ltd.
RAILWAY IT, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECTION: Complex design of centralized traffic control – The ARAMIS traffic management system
Robert HOLZKNECHT Product Line Manager, Thales Austria GmbH
Technical tours: Metro line M4, Budapest – Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems Budapest – Museum for Railway History – guided tour (only in case of fair weather)
Pre-registration required for the technical tours.
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Lurdy Conference Center
H- 1097 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán krt. 12-14. Hungary
By car: the venue can be reached easily from the main traffic routes. Guarded outdoor parking space is available free of charge.
By foot: the venue can be reached by subway, tram, or bus.
Moxa provides a full spectrum of quality products for industrial networking, computing, and automation, and maintains a distribution and service network that reaches customers in more than 70 countries. Our products have connected over 30 million devices worldwide in a wide range of applications, including factory automation, smart rail, smart grid, intelligent transportation, oil & gas, marine, and mining. By continually improving staff expertise in a variety of technologies and markets, we aim to be the first choice for industrial automation solutions.
IRIS certified Moxa has provided key communications, data control, and computing infrastructure for dozens of successful major railway projects around the world. Metro, high speed rail and conventional rolling stock applications on six continents have all used Moxa solutions that were ideal fits for their automatic train operations (ATO), automatic train supervision (ATS), passenger-oriented systems (POS) as well as trackside, signaling, and other communications systems.
Com-Forth is one of the most significant distributor of industrial communication, automation and computing in Hungary with a dedicated portfolio for railway. Com-Forth is a 100% family-owned, financial stable Hungarian company, founded in 1988, since then offers systems and integrated solutions, products and services for the field of IT industry and automation.
Going Digital: How the Industrial Internet is driving Digital Transformation
The industrial network of connected machines with data analytics is creating a new frontier of competitiveness for information-centric modern organizations. Advancements in cloud and in-memory computing, distributed databases and data science, along with proliferation of sensing and controls, have given rise to "big data"—fundamentally changing the ways in which individuals, organizations and machines interact with their intelligent environments. Convergence of these physical and digital improvements has paved a way for the Industrial Internet, driving efficiency gains across the production value chain. Standardization, a robust policy framework, and education for skilled workers are also key efforts that need to come together to enable the 4th Industrial Revolution.
LSK Hungaria Ltd. was founded in 1994 with full Hungarian ownership. Our main field of company activity is meeting educational, business and multimedia needs in full. Distributing and renting traditional presentation tools and devices, integrated enterprise and educational solutions, 3D projection at home, projector screen for entry to professional level along with offering professional advising are all parts of the company’s daily activities. Our, brand new interactive enterprise solutions were introduced in 2014.
Innodisk is a service-driven provider of industrial embedded flash and DRAM storage products and technologies, with a focus on the enterprise, industrial, aerospace, and defense industries. We provide wide range of industrial SSDs from legacy IDE to current SATA and PCIe interface, such as CF, CFast, mSATA, SATADOM, SATA Slim, 2.5'SATA SSD with a huge variety of storage form factors to fulfill the requirements of industrial boards and applications. Our products are widely recognized in many industrial fields, such as medical, gaming, POS, Transportation, Automation, Thin Client as well as mission critical application. We provide fixed BOM solution and longevity support which are essential for all industrial customers.
Safety in rail traffic is today an essential need. Therefore offers Alphasonic Ltd. complex security solutions, and with them we can not only protect the vehicles and railway stations but also we can get additionally relaxed and satisfied passengers too. The company has now 22 years of experience in Information Technology (IT) solutions too, and with that, traffic monitoring and management can be very easy, and also the high quality communication between stations are now solved with their information solutions. This invention, they’ve developed, got a Hungarian Quality Product Award in year 2014.
Vivotek is a transportation vertical expert with multitude of reference cases around the world and major deployments in segments of mobile surveillance, railways stations monitoring, railway tracks and crossings supervision. Vivotek will present its newest additions to the onboard monitoring products portfolio aimed to provide innovative and reliable on-vehicle surveillance. Besides, Vivotek will also give a showcase of automatic people counting (APC) solutions designed to supply end-users with high accuracy data for schedule and ticketing optimization.
ATEN, established in 1979, specializes in connectivity management solutions for accessing and sharing technologies.
ATEN consolidates all of its products under the ATEN brand to provide a standard of consistent service under one name. The ATEN brand consists of innovative solutions applied to IT infrastructure access management, professional audio/video, green energy products for consumers, small/home offices (SOHO), small to medium sized business (SMB) and enterprise customers.
Mitron - Information solutions for tomorrow’s passenger
Mitron has 25 years of experience in designing and developing reliable passenger information solutions for diverse on-board and station applications. Mitron is a part of Teleste Group and together the companies provide a modular solution for railway industry covering passenger information solutions, video security, solutions for wireless data transmission and professional services. Mitron and Teleste aim at helping train manufacturers and rail operators to enhance their operational efficiency and improve passenger safety and services.
Confirming the quality of our products and their suitability to rail applications, both Mitron and Teleste have been granted with IRIS certification. Teleste Rail is also compliant with rail standards, e.g. EN50155 and its hardware components are ruggedized, vandal proof and engineered for extreme weather conditions.
The OLTIS Hungária Kft. was established in Hungary in 2014 as a subsidiary of the Czech OLTIS Group. The OLTIS Group is a Czech private group specialized for software development. The main profile of the group is the development of the transport & logistics information systems, and their application in 25 countries. The OLTIS Group has more than 1000 customers in 25 countries which guarantee the company’s high quality IT solutions and their effectiveness. Our partners are among the ALSTOM, SIEMENS, DB BAHN, AWT and RAIL CARGO GROUP. The OLTIS Group is the organizer of IRFC conference series, which is internationally recognized, and in 2013 the International Rail Freight Conference (IRFC) was awarded by ACRI as the Event of the Year.
Triorail is the supplier of GSM-Rail wireless modules, modems and test equipment to monitor the radio interface. The Triorail technology provides exceptionally robust reception characteristics. This provides the best possible suppression of interfering radio signals, for example, of public mobile networks. The product range includes devices in different form factors with 2-Watt or 8-Watt RF output power, covering the standards GSM-R, EGSM-R, EGSM900, GSM1800, GPRS and EDGE as well as the railway specific features of ASCI and EIRENE. The applications made with Triorail technology are highly diverse and extend to the areas of voice communication and data transmission, including CAB and ETCS L2 data radios. Triorail completes the offer with instruments for assessing the air interface of the GSM-Rail infrastructure. Railway companies and infrastructure supplier benefit from the various 2-Watt and 8-Watt test equipment to check, monitor, optimize and configure the GSM-R network. Triorail works closely together with major manufactures in the rail industry and looks back on a more than 12-year history.
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