Published on : Friday, February 8, 2019
Headquartered in Germany, with offices across the globe, HIMA develops customised solutions that help increase safety, bolster cyber security, and improve the profitability of plants and factories in the digital age. More than 35,000 of the company’s TÜV-certified safety systems have been installed worldwide. For over 45 years, HIMA has been a partner to some of the world’s largest oil, gas, chemical, and energy-producing companies. In the global rail industry, HIMA’s CENELEC-certified SIL4 COTS safety controllers are leading the way to increased safety, security and profitability.
On Thursday 21 February, during the 7th International Railway Summit’s conference programme, Dr Alexander Horch, Vice President, Research, Development and Product Management at HIMA, will deliver a technical review entitled ‘Functional Safety in a Connected World’, exploring how digital transformation may impact on functional safety systems, including in the realm of regulation.
Senior representatives of HIMA will also take part in pre-arranged one-to-one meetings with buyer companies throughout the summit. Sedat Sezgün, Group Vice President Business Segment Rail, Guillaume Grasset, Business Development Manager Rail Europe & Africa, will join Dr Horch in offering bespoke consultation for buyers’ project requirements.
Organisations and individuals interested in learning more about the 7th International Railway Summit and about how they can participate in the event can visit or contact the organisers, IRITS Events.
International Railway Summit is a meeting of senior executives representing the world’s key rail operators, rail infrastructure management companies, national and local governments, rolling stock manufacturers and a wide range of solution providers.
International Railway Summit provides a ‘matchmaking’ service between rail industry leaders (‘buyers’) and technical experts, based on buyer delegates’ project requirements and the proven expertise of large and small suppliers that we have carefully handpicked. Based on this matchmaking, buyer delegates attend one-to-one consultation sessions with suitable suppliers during the annual summit.
In addition to the one-to-one meetings, delegates also attend a conference programme given by key industry leaders and experts and network over lunches and dinners with their counterparts and industry colleagues from all over the world. International Railway Summit is hosted by IRITS Events. The 7thedition will take place in Frankfurt on 20-22 February 2019. The 8th edition will take place on 20-22 November 2019 in New Delhi, the first time the event will have been held in India
Source:- International Railway Summit