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World Metro & Light Rail 2018

THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES IN THE RAILWAY SECTOR

For the first time, RAIL Live! – an exhibition and conference within the 14th World Metro & Light Rail Bilbao – was held in Bilbao (Spain). On April 18-19, representatives from 98 countries attended the event on light urban transport, metro and railway.

This well-received congress was a meeting point for the leaders of the railway industry, and the perfect opportunity to test out, firsthand, the latest technologies that are revolutionizing urban transport: predictive maintenance, signaling, engineering, construction, big data, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence.

IDOM offered an inspiring vision on public transport with the presentation – How can operators best leverage sustainable and efficient urban transport design? – with ideas and strategies for efficiency, sustainability and effective design. The IDOM expert professionals also shared their perspective of the future development of transport in the cities, all within a broad program of simultaneous conferences in which more than 150 international speakers participated.

June 11, 2018

Transport Systems

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Sponsoring the event

IDOM as one of the leading engineering and consulting firms working in the area of mass transport, and also in the sector of metro and light rail, was present as a Silver Sponsor with its own stand, where the team shared the experience and expertise gained in urban transport projects in over 46 cities in more than 22 countries.

The event was held at the Bilbao Exhibition Center (BEC), a complex where IDOM participated in both the Architectural and Engineering Projects, as well as Construction Management.

 

Interview with the Director of Light Urban Transport of IDOM

 

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Participating in the event. María Concepción Ortega Ortiz, Director of Light Urban Transport of IDOM; Paolo Carbone, Director of the Transport Infrastructure of Ireland (Head of Public Transport Capital Programs Transport Infrastructure Ireland TII), visiting us because of the Dublin Metro project that we are developing in the country; and Juan Ramón López Laborda, Director of Infrastructure of IDOM.