All day, September 2nd, 2020
Shanghai International Convention Center
(No. 2727 Binjiang Avenue, Pudong New District)
According to statistics from the China Urban Rail Transit Association, as of December 31st 2019, a total of 40 cities on China’s mainland are now operating over 6,730 kilometers of mass transit rail track.
With the rapid expansion of the rail transit networks under operation, mass transit passenger flows continue to increase, and the management of rail transit infrastructure and system equipment is becoming more and more complex. Rail transit operators are now facing a situation of increasingly dire security challenges and rising operating pressure.
Fully automated rail vehicles make the creation of “driverless” rail transit operating systems possible, which can safely shorten the interval between trains and increase the flexibility of train conduction. It is an effective way of solving the demand-driven pressures of rail transit operators, so it is easy to see why intelligent rail is now a part of China’s “new infrastructure” national development strategy.
If this exciting new area of transport innovation is of interest to you, we would strongly encourage you to attend this highly informative seminar alongside other global rail transit owners and operators, engineering design institutes, scientific research institutes, and equipment suppliers, set to meet in Shanghai on September 2nd 2020 at the “International Forum on the Development of Fully Automated Driverless Rail Transit 2020” to hear about advancements in driverless rail transit in this new era and discuss intelligent rail transit technology and current issues with professional industry contemporaries.
Southwest Jiaotong University
CRRC Group Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd.
Technical Committee of China Urban Rail Transit Association
Southwest Jiaotong University Institute of Transportation Safety Technology
China Railway Inspection and Certification Center (JRCC)
Shanghai Intex Exhibition Co., Ltd.
Southwest Jiaotong University (Shanghai) System Security Research Center
- Current and future trends in the development of fully automated driverless rail transportation across China and the world
- Analysis of the core technology involved in fully automated driverless rail transit (signals, vehicles, and systems operation)
- Technical experience sharing on existing fully automated driverless new-built rail transit lines, and on the transformation and upgrading of existing lines
- Fully automated driverless rail vehicle safety management and engineering safety assessment
- Fire protection requirements and solutions for fully automated driverless lines
• Representative of Southwest Jiaotong University (TBD)
“The Future Development Direction of Rail Transit”
• Representative of the China Urban Rail Transit Association (TBD)
“Overview of the Development of Fully Automated Urban Rail Transit in China”
• Sun Huaping, Technical Director, China Railway Inspection and Certification Center (JRCC); Expert, Transportation Safety Technology Research Institute, Southwest Jiaotong University
“Fully Automated Driverless Vehicle Safety Management and Assessment”
• Liu Benfu, Director, Safety & Project Planning, Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA)
“Fully Automated Driverless Metropolitan Rail in Singapore”
• Yan Bangjie, Senior Management Consultant, Jebong Management Consulting Company; Former General Manager, Taipei MRT Company
“Operation Optimization of Taipei Metro’s Automated Driverless Rail Transit System”
• Representative of Beijing Subway (TBD)
“Construction and Operation of Beijing Metro’s Automatic Driverless Lines”
• Representative of Shanghai Shentong Rail Transit Research & Consulting Co., Ltd. (TBD)
“Introduction to the Construction of Shanghai Metro’s Automatic Driverless Lines”
• Representative of EGIS Rail (TBD)
“Transformation of Paris Metro’s Existing Lines to Fully Automated Transit Systems”
• Fire Safety Expert of China Railway Inspection & Certification Center (JRCC) (TBD)
• Expert of Transport Safety Technology Research Institute, Southwest Jiaotong University (TBD)
• Representative of CRRC Corporation Limited (TBD)
“Firefighting Requirements & Solutions for Fully Automated Driverless Railway Lines”
• Representative of Casco Signal Co., Ltd. (TBD)
- Government Agencies, Industry Associations, and International Rail Transit Construction Corporations from or working in various provinces and municipalities;
- Rail Transit Infrastructure Construction and Operation Companies (subway companies, etc.) from various provinces and cities;
- Relevant Planning, Design, Construction, Manufacturing, Operation, Maintenance, Consultation, Certification, Testing & Monitoring, Investment & Financing Rail Transit Industry Institutions;
- News Media and Other Related Organizations.
1. Registration fee: RMB 2,000 per person, including registration, briefing content, participation, tea break and lunch.
2. The registration fee is free for government agencies and subway operating units everywhere.
3. Participants must pay for their own travel expenses.
4. Registration Method:
a) Online Registration (China): Please use WeChat to scan the QR code on the right to complete the online registration and online payment process. Or search the WeChat public account “RailMetro” and follow, click “Meeting Registration” to complete registration.
b) Offline Payment (International): Please transfer the conference fees to the following account:
Account Name: Shanghai Intex Exhibition Co., Ltd.
Account Number: 444272110135
Bank Name: Bank of China, Shanghai International Trade Center Sub-branch
Account Opening Bank Code: 104290030012
Remarks: Please specify “CIRC2020 Fee” for remittances. The organizing committee will issue conference invoices with their corresponding names based on the information of the remitting company name. Individual remittances will not be able to have company-issued invoices issued, only individual invoices.