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Programm

November 11, 2019 – day 0 (Monday)
08:00- 16:00 Exhibition construction
16:00-18:00 Registration
November 12, 2019 – 1. day (Tuesday) Plenary Section
08:00-18:00 Registration

9:00

Opening ceremony: Flórián SZALÓKI Deputy State Secretariat for Transport Operational Programmes, Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM), Hungary

Welcome address: Róbert HORVÁTH Managing Director, Swietelsky Vasúttechnika Kft., Hungary

Chair: Róbert HORVÁTH Managing Director, Swietelsky Vasúttechnika Kft., Hungary
9:20

Flórián SZALÓKI Deputy State Secretariat for Transport Operational Programmes, Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM), Hungary: Development perspectives of the Hungarian railway infrastructure

9:40

Lothar ZELLER Principal Transport Advisor, European Investment Bank (EIB)

10:00


Marko RADOVIC Coordinator, South-East Europe Railway Cluster (RCSEE) – Jovan MARKOVIC Independent Consultant for Railways, member of Rail Cluster (RCSEE), Serbia: Railway infrastructure development projects in Serbia and about the Serbian side of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line

10:20

János LÁZÁR Government Commissioner, Hungary: The significance of the Szeged-Hódmezővásárhely tram-train project and the plans of the Southern Railways

10:40 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
11:20

Christian CHAVANEL Director of the Rail System Department, UIC: How the digitalisation of railway system will rely on relevant TSIs and standards

11:40

Libor LOCHMAN Executive Director, CER: Innovation the context of the sector 2019-2024 policy priorities

12:00 

Carlo BORGHINI Executive Director, Shift2Rail: European Rail Innovation – from Research and Innovation toward deployment

12:20

Philippe CITROËN Director General, UNIFE: Digital future of rail: Contribution of the European rail supply industry to the evolution of the rail transport system

12:40

József KERÉKGYÁRTÓ Director General, MÁV-Start Zrt.: Development directions in Hungarian railway transport

13:00  Lunch Break 
Chair: László KORMÁNYOS Deputy Director General for Service Development and Sales, MÁV Zrt.
14:30

István VIRÁG Deputy and Technical Director General, MÁV Zrt.: Simply about simplified modernisation

14:50

Szilárd KÖVESDI CEO, GYSEV Zrt., Hungary: Operation and developments of a Hungarian-Austrian railway company

15:10

Róbert HORVÁTH Managing Director, Swietelsky Vasúttechnika Kft., Hungary

15:30

Koppány Ajtony BÍRÓ Secretary General, Federation of Logistics Service Companies in Hungary: Combined transport – a solution to optimise the transport subsectors and to improve the competitiveness of the customers

15:50 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
 

Tivadar SZABÓ Certification Director, KTI

16:20

Christoph HANDEL Managing Director, Arsenal Railway Certification GmbH, Austria: New Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSIs) – How are new TSIs developed and adopted and what do the last TSI amendments contain?

16:40

Dr. Bernhard RÜGER Senior Researcher, Vienna University of Technology & St.Pölten University of Applied Sciences, Austria: Behaviour of rail passengers in railway stations

17:00-19:00 Cocktail-party
November 13, 2019 – 2. day (Wednesday) SmartRail Section
Chair: Christoph Handel and Tivadar SZABÓ
08:00-17:00 Registration
9:00

Balázs GYŐRIK Chief Engineer, National Infrastructure Development Corporation (NIF), Hungary: Why the trains do not run at 160 km/h on the new tracks? – Technical regulatory environment of new rail systems

9:20

Peter HORVATH BSc, Infrastructure expert – Dr. Andreas KAINZ Head of Infrastructure & Energy, Arsenal Railway Certification GmbH, Austria: EC-certification process – Rules and responsibilities in theory and practice

9:40

Dr. Ferenc HORVÁT, Hungarian Road and Rail Society, Hungary: Modernization of Hungarian technical regulatory system on field of railways

10:00

Daniel SZIGETI Senior consultant, assessor, TuMotus GmbH, Germany: Reaction of the Assessor for the Modified Standardisation

10:20 Discussion
10:40 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
  Chair: János BÉLI and Ferenc HORVÁTH
11:20

Dipl. Ing Christof NEUMANN CEO – Mag. Johann Georg ENGL Sales Manager, Gmundner Fertigteile, Austria: Improvement of life-cycle costs (LCC) of a level crossing by use of polymer concrete

11:35

David San Millán GARCÍA – Francisco Fernández MARTÍNEZ, ACCISA, Spain: DINTRA – Railway sleeper reinforcing track lateral resistance

11:50

Lajos SZARVAS Managing Director – Dániel Hudra Project Engineer of Lubrication Technology, Hennlich Ipartechnika Kft., Hungary: Possibilities for innovation in the area of rail and wheel flange lubrication in Hungary

12:05

Gábor SZENTIVÁNYI Managing Director – Tamás SZENTIVÁNYI Managing Director, Conwest Kft., Hungary: The advantages and innovations in rubber and concrete use in Level Crossings and composite sleepers

12:20 Discussion
12:30 Lunch Break
Chair: Péter TÓTH, MÁV Zrt.
14:00

Peter KAISER Business Development Manager, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Germany – Zsolt ZÓLOMY Managing Director, Infocontrol Hungária Kft., Hungary: From Industry 4.0 to Railway 4.0 – New approaches to digitization in railway

14:20

Nikola TUBIC Senior Manager RAM/LCC, TMH International, Switzerland: Digital Maintenance Control Center

14:40

Márton FELDMANN Division Director, Prolan Zrt., Hungary: Automatic train operation solutions – Where and to what extent should automation be applied?

15:00

Igor Vladimirovich KANDALOV Technical Director, Infotrans Ltd., Russia: Automated diagnostic facilities of a railway infrastructure

15:20 Discussion
15:30 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
 

Chair: Nándor LIEGNER, BME

16:00

Dr. Szabolcs FISCHER Associate Professor – Erika JUHÁSZ PhD student, Széchenyi István University, Hungary: Analysis of crumbling of crushed stone materials in laboratory test circumstances

16:20

Miroslav ĎURKOVSKÝ Head of Accredited Testing Laboratory,  Railway research Institute – Railways of the Slovak Republic (ŽSR): Continuous measurement of rail temperature 24/7, temperature mode of rail, findings for purposes of construction, management and maintenance of the Continuous welded Rail

16:40 Discussion
17:30
Bus transfer
18:30 Conference Dinner in a typical hungarian restaurant in Budapest (Szekér Csárda)
November 14, 2019 – 3. day (Thursday) SmartRail Section
Chair: Zsuzsanna LEHOCZKI, International Director, Trenecon Ltd. and Ervin JOÓ Director, VAMAV Kft.
08:00-16:00 Registration

9:00

 

Hirut GROSSBERGER PhD – Frank MICHELBERGER, Carl Ritter von Ghega Institute for Integrated Mobility Research, Austria: Lifecycle Costing of Railway Infrastructures in a Developing Economy

9:20

Dr. Tibor PRINCZ-JAKOVICS PhD, Assistant professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Environmental Economics – Dóra BACHMANN Project engineer, Transinvest-Budapest Ltd., Hungary: Financial and Economic Analysis of Traction Transformer Stations

9:40

László BORBÉLY Executive, FORMEN Plus Bt., Hungary: New tool for measuring and testing the technical condition of rolling stock

10:00

Winfried BÖSTERLING Vice President Innovation and Research, Vossloh Fastening Systems, Germany: International requirements for composite sleepers for different application

10:20

Jean-Christophe ROUJA Director (Europe, Africa, IFIs), International Directorate, SNCF Mobilites, France: High Speed Rail status in France and beyond

10:40 Discussion
11:00 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
 

Chair: László ANTAL, MÁV Zrt.

11:30

Daniel LOPOUR Segment manager Rail & Logistics, European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA), Spain – Virginia ANTÓN Adoption Expert, ESSP SAS, Spain: EGNOS, a key enabler in future railway positioning

11:50

Andrzej KOCHAN PhDEmilia KOPER MSc, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Transport Certification Centre, Poland: ETCS Level1 simulation with ERSA Traffic Simulator

12:10

Federica FORNARI GSM-R and Safety Responsible – Berardino VITTORINI Safety & Interoperability Assessor, RINA Railway Department, Italy: Regional Railways: Risk Analysis and Safety Management Systems

12:30

Alessandro SIMONETTA Project Manager – Shelley ROBERTSON Marketing Manager, Comtest Wireless, Italy: Technical engineering best practices & operational benefits gained through effective troubleshooting ERTMS post-installation

12:50 Discussion
13:10 Lunch Break
Chair: dr. Zoltán MAGYARICS editor, Regionalbahn.hu
14:40

Michele MOLINARI President and CEO – Joachim WAGNER Managing Director and COO, Molinari Rail AG, Austria: Environmentally friendly rail vehicles – their contribution to the decarbonization

15:00

Ali JAMSHIDI Development engineer, Strukton Rail, Nederland – Ute KANDLER Research Assistant, Fraunhofer IVI, Germany: Operational daily planning – a use case for the IN2SMART project

15:15

Harald JONY Managing Director, WienCont Container Terminal GmbH, Austria: The Digital Terminal in Line with Environmental Awareness

15:30

Thomas PETRASCHEK Head of R&D Department, ÖBB-Infrastructure AG, Austria: On the search for perfection

15:50 Discussion
16:00 Conference Closing
13-14 November 2019 – V4+9 CROSS BORDER INNORAIL section
This two-day section is a new initiative and will be organised for the first time. 
We invited for a professional exchange of ideas the leading professionals of the railway operators from the V4 countries, the EU member states in our region and the states of the Western Balkans so that they can share the challenges they face, the results they have achieved, and should share their ideas regarding the developments ahead of us in the region.
On the agenda we will have the high-speed railway link between the V4 countries, we  invited guest speakers from the German and French high-speed railways. There will be talks about the reconstruction of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line as well.
The feedback of the guests is in progress, they and us will create the programme of the two days.  In addition to the presentations, we are planning to have panel discussions on the most topical and exciting topics.

Here are some of the presentations that we have already approved:
November 13, 2019 (Wednesday) V4+9 CROSS-BORDER INNORAIL section
08:00-17:00 Registration
09:00 Welcome speeches: Ágnes BALLA Chief Organiser, Piroska SÁRVÁRI Director General for Operations, MÁV Zrt.
09:15

Miroslav HALTUF, Chairman of State Representative Group (SRG), Shift2Rail, Czech Republic: Innovation – driver for rail sector competitiveness 

09:35 Questions, Comments
09:40

Dr. Peter VERLIC Chairman, South East Europe Strategic Alliance for Rail Innovation (SEESARI): Challenges for railway development and innovation in South East Europe

10:00 Questions, Comments
10:10  The short introduction of the delegations
10:40 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
11:10

Marko RADOVIC Coordinator, South-East Europe Railway Cluster (RCSEE), Serbia: Railway infrastructure development projects in Serbia

11:25

Jovan MARKOVIC Independent Consultant for Railways, member of Rail Cluster (RCSEE), Serbia: About the Serbian side of the Budapest-Belgrade railway line

11:40

Ivan RISTIĆ Chief Engineer, Signalling Solutions Ltd. – Tatjana SIMIĆ Team Leader, TAK & TRACK, Serbia: Modernization of signalling / interlocking system along the railway line Vrbnica-Bar (Montenegro)

12:00

Zoltán MAGYAR Director, Department for Telecom, High Voltage and Interlocking Systems, MÁV Zrt.: Digitalisation projects of Hungarian State Railways

12:20

 

Andrzej BANUCHA Deputy Director, Development, Investor Relations & Marketing Department, PKP CARGO S.A., Poland: Our vision of development in the region

12:30 Questions, Comments
12:40 Lunch Break
14:00

Jean-Christophe ROUJA Director (Europe, Africa, IFIs), International Directorate, SNCF Mobilites, France: High Speed Rail status in France and beyond

14:20

Adrian DRAGOMIRESCU Director, Preparation of the Investments Directorate, National Railways Company CFR SA, Romania: The Budapest–Cluj-Napoca–Bucharest HSR connection

14:30 Questions, Comments
14:40

József KERÉKGYÁRTÓ Director General, MÁV-Start Zrt.: Ensuring the competitiveness of international railway passenger transport, its conditions (vehicle developments, interoperability,etc.), sustainability and protection of the environment in focus. 

15:00 Questions, Comments
15:30 Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
16:00

FARKAS Gábor projektvezető – FAHN Péter vezető fejlesztő, Data-Press Kft.: RESERVIRIS – nemzetközi intermodális helykészlet-közvetítő és -kezelő rendszer

16:20 Questions, Comments
16:40

Csaba ÁGH, Head of department, Department of Track Diagnostics, MÁV KFV Kft., Hungary: State-of-art track diagnostic solutions on measuring cars of MÁV Central Rail and Track Inspection Ltd.

16:55 Questions, Comments
17:00 Closing the day
17:30 Bus Transfer
18:30-21:30 Conference Dinner in a typical hungarian restaurant in Budapest (Szekér Csárda)
November 14, 2019 (Thursday) V4+9 CROSS BORDER-INNORAIL section
8:00-16:00 Registration
09:00

Christoph HANDEL, Chair, NB-Rail Association, AustriaHeinrich KACHELMAIER: The harmonisation of the national rules with the EU directives, with special emphasis on the 4th Railway Package

09:30 Questions, Comments
10:00

 Dr. Zsolt SZEPESSY, Managing Director, evopro Innovation Kft., Hungary: Railway diagnostic developments

10:20 Questions, Comments
10:30

Tibor SZILÁGYI Head of Project Office, National Infrastructure Development Corporation (NIF), Hungary: Railway electrification – trend or compulsion?

10:50 Questions, Comments
11:00  Coffee Break – Exhibition Visit
11:30

Michał PODWYSOCKIProf. dr. hab. Wiesław ZABŁOCKI Faculty of Transport, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland: Central Communication Port (CPP) “Solidarity” – development of the national railway infrastructure part – current status

11:50

Dr. Piotr GOŁĘBIOWSKI, Prof. Ewa KARDAS-CINAL, Jacek KUKULSKI, Prof. Marianna JACYNA, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Poland: Selected aspects of safety in railway transport – works carried out at the Faculty of Transport of the Warsaw University of Technology

12:00

Asst. Prof. Marjana Petrović, Ph.D., Head of Chair of Railway Transport Technology, University of Zagreb, Croatia: Current state of the Croatian railway sector and future infrastructure projects

12:20

Adrian DRAGOMIRESCU Director, Preparation of the Investments Directorate, National Railways Company CFR SA, Romania: Railway Development plans in Romania, cross-border railway connections

12:40

Thomas PETRASCHEK Head of R&D Department, ÖBB-Infrastructure AG, Austria: Wheel Rail Interaction and its impact on the railway infrastructure

12:50

Questions, Comments

13:10 Lunch Break
14:30

Krenar HASANAJ Chief Engineer for rolling stock, Albanian Railway JSC, Albania: Railway sector – what we need and what we want

14:50 Questions, Comments
15:00

Tanja DAŠIĆ Railway Adviser, Directorate for Rail Transport, Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs, Montenegro: Current overview of the railway sector

15:15 Questions, Comments
15:20

Enis BERISHA Director of the Board – Zijadin Isufi Safety Manager, Railway Infrastructure Manager (Infrakos), Kosovo

15:40 Questions, Comments
16:00 Conference Closing