26 March 2018
The growing demand for mobility combined with a challenging global economic climate is driving the need for high-quality, low-cost transport. As the signature team in transportation, SYSTRA delivers technical excellence through safe, sustainable, cost-effective schemes that provide the optimal passenger experience.

In March and April, SYSTRA experts are speaking about asset management, digital modelling, operations and maintenance engineering, and security in rail infrastructure at major industry events in South Asia, the Middle East and Europe:


Hugues George, SYSTRA’s Head of BIM Deployment, will present on digital modelling, focusing on BIM at the construction phase of the Grand Paris Express metro project.

Steve Curassier, BIM & Data Management Project Manager at SYSTRA, will discuss lessons learned from rail infrastructure.

Sylvie Cassan, SYSTRA’s BIM Project Director, France, will speak about managing a construction site in the digital age.


As sponsor of this major rail event for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), SYSTRA will showcase its leadership through the iconic transportation projects it has delivered in this region, including Dubai Metro Route 2020, Dubai Tram, Doha Metro, Lusail LRT, Riyadh Metro, Medina Metro, Jeddah Transport System (Metro, LRT, BRT and Marine), Greater Cairo Metro Line 3, Port Said Tunnels, signalling modernisation on the Alexandria-Cairo-Asyut railway line, and the Tangiers – Casablanca line in Morocco, Africa’s first high speed rail line.

Earlier this month, SYSTRA experts spoke at:

International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (Abu Dhabi, UAE), 8 March 2018
Michael Hoghooghi, SYSTRA’s General Rail Project Director, presented a holistic view on the security spectrum of core and critical infrastructure in the light of emerging trends and technology integrations

Asia Pacific Rail (Hong Kong) 20-21 March 2018
Andrew McNaughton, SYSTRA’s Chief Operating Officer, chaired the Operations & Maintenance Conference at Asia Pacific Rail.
Harvey Markour, Asset Management Deputy Director at SYSTRA, spoke about how data can be used to disrupt and improve asset management practices.

Passenger Terminal Expo (Stockholm, Sweden) 20-22 March 2018
SYSTRA Aviation, SYSTRA’s specialist aviation arm, showcased innovative technology, developed through our experience of public consultations around the world, that will help airports demonstrate to communities how aircraft noise could affect them and can be mitigated.

If you’re interested in meeting our experts at these events or closer to home, please get in touch: marketing@systra.com

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