Rail CCTV Conference 2012

If there is one sector where getting the stakeholders together and thrashing out common solutions is needed, it is in Rail CCTV.

Collaboration amongst the various parties involved is vital to get the best out of new and legacy CCTV systems in this dynamic industry.

Now in its third year, BWCS Rail CCTV Conference will gather the great and the good from across this sector to share problems and solutions direct form the camera face.

'This conference provides a rare and valuable opportunity for the key players in this sector to meet and debate the latest advancements' Andy Odell, UK Association of Train Operating Companies.

Rail CCTV 2012, hosted by transport and communications consultancy group BWCS provides a rare opportunity for those involved in this sector to get together and compare problems, solutions, standards and progress and above all to assess the future.

The Conference is the only event to focus directly on the issues facing transport groups and rail authorities as they struggle to make trains and stations more secure and develop new cost-saving systems to capitalise on the emerging generation of IP cameras.

The key transport groups, rail administrators, politicians and industry experts will gather together from across Europe and the rest of the world to discuss the developments in this crucial sector.

As ever, Rail CCTV Conference 2012 will provide some great networking opportunities and there are some sponsorship opportunities still available.

To reserve your place at this year’s conference, simply use the form on the back of this brochure, go online to www.RailCCTV2012.com or e-mail Eileen.Fisher@BWCS.com

For more information on these, and on our other events throughout the year, please contact Ross.Parsons@BWCS.com

'I have rarely had an occasion to exchange so much knowledge in such a short time as in the Rail CCTV Conference in London'
Ivan Sørensen European Commission, DG Mobility and Transport

'Last year’s Rail CCTV conference was packed with exactly the right type of presentations and gave us a great insight into the challenges faced by train operating companies'
Pelco by Schneider Electric

Companies and organisations presenting at Rail CCTV 2012 will include:

  • American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
  • Association of Train Operating Companies, UK
  • BWCS
  • Belgian Rail
  • Bay Area Rapid Transport, USA
  • Digital Barriers
  • EC Ministry
  • iOmniscient
  • London Overground Rail
  • London Underground, TfL
  • Madrid Metro
  • Northern Rail
  • Rail & Road Protec GmbH
  • SBB
  • Schneider Electric
  • TNO Netherlands
  • Trenitalia
  • UIC Security Commission
  • Vienna Metro
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