Keynotes on Regulations, Rail at EuroBrake 2021

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Source: FISITA announcement

STANSTED, U.K. – Government regulations and rail-industry lessons for the automotive world will be themes presented during the keynote presentations at EuroBrake 2021, one of the largest annual gatherings of the brake-industry.

Originally planned for Mainz, Germany, this year’s program will be held May 17-21 on a computer-device screen wherever registrants choose to participate as the continued impact of the global pandemic forces it to be a virtual event.

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Registration Open for EuroBrake 2021

EuroBrake is delighted to announce an additional rail theme running in 2021, with three technical sessions, one keynote speaker and one panel session all devoted to hot topics in the global rail industry.

Access the preliminary agenda here:

The final agenda will be published in early May 2021.

Duncan Kay, U.K. Department for Transport will present “Regulation Activities for Brake Emissions” in one of the keynotes while Dr.-Ing. Stefan Dörsch, DB Systemtechnik, will present: “What can the automotive braking community learn from rail, and vice versa? Some thoughts about electric cars and autonomous driving.”

EuroBrake speeches will tackle regulations, brake emissions and the impact of electric and autonomous vehicles on braking technology

Further details on these keynote speeches can be found on FISITA’s dedicated EuroBrake 2021 keynote page by clicking HERE.

EuroBrake – organized and hosted by FISITA – is one of the largest braking technology and strategy event in the world, providing a unique forum for companies to showcase innovative technology, products and services.

The EuroBrake 2021 technical program features a week of technical and networking sessions, with more than 90 technical presentations, 20 technical sessions, 25 posters, two panel sessions, and networking sessions.

Early Bird ticket offer ends on 31 March 2021

Register at before March 31st to qualify for of Early Bird pricing, which also includes access to the full back catalog of technical papers from EuroBrake 2012 to 2020. 

Full-price tickets for EuroBrake will be available right up to the start of the event.

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Networking opportunities at EuroBrake 2021

New for 2021, the EuroBrake Virtual Content Delivery (VCD) platform will showcase partner companies and provide unique networking opportunities for a truly immersive online experience.

Through the online event platform, attendees can message, video call, and post to the forums, and build a personal agenda and experience. The platform can suggest people and companies with similar interests and products to improve networking opportunities.

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