International rail timetabling: seamless connectivity to attract passengers and freight customers
Thu, Sep 30, 2021 · 10:00
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
As the climate crisis deepens, governments are committed to moving passengers and freight to rail, the greenest mass transport mode.
A key part of the European Union’s initiatives for the Year of Rail is enabling seamless connectivity for international services through new cross-continental timetables.
This webinar debate will explore the many benefits of increased cross-border rail connectivity and look at how to plan, test the feasibility of, and implement new timetables. How can we best align national timetables, manage capacity, and provide the smooth and fully informed experience that passengers and freight customers demand?
10:00 Introduction: Jules Omura
10:03 Opening remarks: Carsten Lotz
10:06 Satisfying the customer needs: Mats Berlin
10:16 Challenges in timetabling of international passenger trains: Kurt Bauer
10:26 Using AI and simulations for planning attractive services for passengers and freight: Giorgio Medeossi
10:41 Panel Discussion & Audience Q&As: All speakers
11:25 Closing remarks: Carsten Lotz
Thu, Sep 30, 2021 · 10:00
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Who can attend?Everyone
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Mats Berlin is the Head of Capacity Management of Trafikverket, the rail infrastructure manager of Sweden. Based in Stockholm, he took up his position in June 2019. Prior to this, Mats Berlin has held senior management positions in private and...
After graduating from the University of Innsbruck with a degree in International Business in 2000, he started his career as a consultant at Accenture in Frankfurt am Main. After being awarded a MSc in Transport from Imperial College in 2004 Mr....
Giorgio studied railway engineering, receiving a PhD in Transportation Engineering in 2010 from the University of Trieste. He was awarded the Young Researcher Award of the International Association of Railway Operations Research (IAROR) in 2011....
Project officer, European Union Agency for Railways
Stefan Jugelt is working for the European Union Agency for Railway Agency in Valenciennes (France). He is responsible for the development of the technical standards for telematics applications for passengers and freight. His main tasks are the...
Carsten is a Partner in McKinsey’s Paris office, and leads McKinsey’s global transport infrastructure work, with an emphasis on knowledge and people development. His infrastructure experience spans industry sectors and includes megaproject...