Lunch Lecture Royal HaskoningDHV
About this event
- Lunch Lecture
- Date and time
- Jun 13, 2023 12:45 - 13:30
- Carré 2K
Royal HaskoningDHV is an international, engineering consultancy firm with headquarters in Amersfoort, Netherlands. It has offices in 30 countries, employing 5,800 professionals worldwide. Royal HaskoningDHV is active in aviation, buildings, energy, industry, infrastructure, maritime, mining, rural and urban development, and water.
Within the Business Unit Rail & Mobility Hubs, we work with a team of 150 colleagues on multidisciplinary rail and station projects at regional, national, and international levels. For example, we contribute to the development of the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) for train control and signaling, and we support initiatives to increase the speed of the Amsterdam-Berlin intercity service.
About the lecture
An important function in the system for the safe running of trains is train detection. The security system needs to know where all trains are in order to issue guaranteed driving authorizations. The commonly used train detection system is an advanced electrical circuit. Not only because this circuit is used by other safety systems, but also because environmental influences play an important role within it. Michiel Veltman explains the functional principles and electrical solutions in combination with a challenging question. Subsequently, Jaap Vermeulen will give a preview of the developments in the field of telecommunication of the new signaling system (ERTMS). How internal developments within ProRail and different insights, complicate the design process.
Are you curious about how we achieve this? And if a position within RHDHV Rail is suitable for you? Then join our lunch lecture!