Training programme on Automated Metros


  
  
 
 
  • Training
03/09/2018
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  • Singapore

About: 

Partnering with LTA Academy, the 3-day training course is bringing in knowledgeable trainers to share main concept, successful practices and interact with participants in the workshop session. Technical visit at control and maintenance centre in Singapore. You will know more planning, maintenance & operation of automated metros in Singapore. 

Participants recommend this programme

"The course is a true eye opener. So many in depth and so many perspectives."
(Pim Uijtdewilligen, Manager Railinfrastructure at Metropolitan Region Rotterdam, The Hague, The Netherlands - Copenhagen Edition 2016)

"The experience sharing and case study is fruitful and many constructive ideas which could be applied in daily operations and worth for benchmarking."
(Anonymous - Copenhagen Edition 2016)

"This training course provides an excellent opportunity to rapidly learn the fundamentals of GOA4 metro implementation and operation from experts who have real experience in this field. I would recommend attendance on this course to any Railway Engineer or Railway Operator who is considering GOA4 implementation on their railway network."
(G. Parris, Consultant Signaling Control Systems, London, UK - Copenhagen Edition 2016)

Reach your objectives

  • Broaden your knowledge and understanding of the current situation and future trends in metro automation
  • Get an insight about implementation, operation and maintenance of automated metros
  • Learn from the experience of the Singapore of planning, building and running automated metro lines
  • Apply learnings during workshops using business and project management case scenarios

Target Audience

  • Professionals directly involved in metro automation projects and eager to learn more from international best practice
  • Staff from public transport operators or authorities which run, build or plan to build automated metro line(s)
  • Staff from the industry involved in the design and manufacturing of automated metro infrastructure, vehicles and technology.
  • The course is also adapted to professionals seeking a first introduction to automated metros.
  • The course welcomes junior and senior participants worldwide

Methodology

  • Participate to interactive plenary sessions with introduction by course leaders, presentation by the trainer and open discussion with participants
  • Apply, through workshops, project management tools and business scenarios
  • Share your knowledge and experience with other participants in smaller groups
  • Learn about Singapore’s experience in building, running automated metros and visit their control and maintenance centre

 

Speakers: 

Mr. Laurent Dauby joined UITP in 1996 and held various positions such as Direcor of the "Knowledge and Expertise" Department and his current position of Director Rail Transport. Among other things, he is in charge of design training programs in the railway sector around the world. Mr. Dauby regularly participates as a speaker at many international events including those of the World Bank and the OCDE.

Mr. Laurent Dauby, UITP Director Rail Transport, Brussels, Belgium

Mr Mak Weng Cheong is responsible in procurement and contract administration functions specialising in projects relating to information technology, intelligent land transport systems, electrical & mechanical systems for MRT lines, and opereation & maintenance contracts for LTA's systems and assets. Prior to 1985, he has gathered six years of experiences with other companies on engineering and project management areas with a power generation company in New Zealand. PSA Corporation (previously Port of Singapore Authority), a large local technology company and Mass Rapid Transit Corporation.

Mr Mak Weng Cheong, Director, Contracts (E&M), Transport Authority

 

Ms Ho Wenmin, Principal Architech, Land Transport Authority

 

Ms Sushma Goh is responsible for managing the design and construction of stations, depot buildings and commuter facilities. Her team also develops strategic policies and LTA design standards as well as manages the Art in Transit program, working with artists and curators to integrate art within the fabric of every station. With over 25 years of design and project management experiences, she has strategically planned and delivered two major international design competitions which resulted in award winning designs of Stadium and Bras Basah Stations by WOHA Architects, and the multi award winning National Gallery Singapore by Studio Milou and CPG consultants.

Ms Sushma Goh, Director, Architecture, Land Transport Authority

 

Mr Ho Kum Fatt has been involved with the MRT industry since 1984. Besides being involved in heavy engineering work, he also spent a period of time as the Public Transport Regulator at LTA. He is now the Director of Systems Interface at LTA and concurrently holds the positions of Head, Business Development and Planning, at MSI Global Ptd Ltd (a wholly owned company of LTA) as well as the Centre Director for Transport Infrastructure.

Mr Ho Kum Fatt, Director, Systems Interface, Rail/Road Systems Engineering, LTA

 

 

Mrs Nitasha Jugessur, Project Technical Manager, ALSTOM 

Programme: 

3 Sep (Monday)
09:00 Welcome by LTA Academy & UITP LTA, UITP
09:15 Ice Breaking Session & Expectations of Participants  Mr. Laurent Dauby, Director for Rail, UITP
09:45 Session 1 Introduction of Metro Automation  Mr. Laurent Dauby, Director for Rail, UITP
10:45 Break    
11:15 Session 2 Business Model & Tendering Strategies - from the Specification Stage to Contract Management Mr Mak Weng Cheong, Director, Contracts (E&M), LTA
12:45 Lunch    
14:00 Session 3 Project Management for Automated Metro Lines - Planning, Design, Tendering, Construction, Commissioning Mr Ho Kum Fatt, Director, Systems Interface, Rail/Road Systems Engineering, LTA
15:30 Break    
15:45 Session 4 Group Work - part 1 : decision-making about (signalling) modernisation UITP, LTA
17:00 End of Day 1  
4 Sep (Tuesday)
09:00 Session 5 Human Factor & Customer Services - The Design Aspects

Ms Ho Wenmin, Principal Architect;

Ms Sushma Goh, Director Architecture, LTA

10:30 Break    
11:00 Session 6 Operations & Maintenance of Automatd Metros Mr. Laurent Dauby, Director for Rail, UITP
12:30 Lunch    
14:00 Bus depart from LTA for Technial Visit Site  
14:30 Session 7 Technical Visit - Briefing Session & Site Tour SMRT Kim Chuan Depot
17:00 End of Day 2  
5 Sep (Wednesday)
09:00 Session 8 Debriefing and Discussion of Technical Visit LTA, UITP
09:30 Session 9  Group Work – part 2 : ROI calculation of metro automation project UITP, LTA
10:30 Break    
11:00 Session 10 Train Control Command Concepts & Automation Technologies Alstom
12:30 Lunch    
13:30 Session 11 Group Presentations & Panel Discussion All
15:00 Break    
15:30 Feedback Forms, Certificates ceremony & Closing UITP, LTA
16:00 Closing & End of Programme  

*UITP reserves the right to make amendments to the programme or any related activity

 

Registration: 

 

Developed Nations

 

SGD

UITP Member

Normal Fee             

2580

Early Bird (before 31 July 2018)

1940

UITP Non Member

Normal Fee

3479

Early Bird (before 31 July 2018)

2621

Group UITP Member (4 or +)

Normal Fee

1811

Group UITP Non Member (4 or +)

Normal Fee

2437

Developing Nations

 

SGD

UITP Member

Normal Fee

1883

Early Bird (before 31 July 2018)

1418

UITP Non Member

Normal Fee

2348

 

Early Bird (before 31 July 2018)

1755

Group UITP Member (4 or +)

Normal Fee

1330

Group UITP Non Member (4 or +)

Normal Fee

1635

 

 GST will apply for participants from Singapore. 

* Participants from developing nations benefit from a special discount. Check here the list of eligible countries.

Groups generally consist of 25 participants and are limited to about 30 in order to increase the learning experience and interaction during the programme. Places allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To register a group of 4 persons of more from the same organisation, please contact us.

Participation fees include:

Training instruction
Lunches and coffee breaks
All training documents: Binder including all presentations and supporting documents; Access to all training material via UITP's electronic library Mobi+ (after the training)

Please note that the course fee does not cover the cost of accommodation in Singapore.
Participants are also required to make their own arrangements for airport transfers and daily travel from the hotel to the training venue.

Terms and Conditions

Please download our Terms and Conditions here

Confirmed participants will be notified via email upon receipt of payment by LTA. 

 

Practical information: 

TRAINING VENUE

LTA Academy, Block 1, Level 2 Training Room 1&2, No,71 Chai Chee Street, Singapore 468981

ENQUIRIES

SIAN Chean Chin
Phone: +65 6585 5781
Email: chean_chin_sian@lta.gov.sg

Speakers: 

Mr. Laurent Dauby joined UITP in 1996 and held various positions such as Direcor of the "Knowledge and Expertise" Department and his current position of Director Rail Transport. Among other things, he is in charge of design training programs in the railway sector around the world. Mr. Dauby regularly participates as a speaker at many international events including those of the World Bank and the OCDE.

Mr. Laurent Dauby, UITP Director Rail Transport, Brussels, Belgium

Mr Mak Weng Cheong is responsible in procurement and contract administration functions specialising in projects relating to information technology, intelligent land transport systems, electrical & mechanical systems for MRT lines, and opereation & maintenance contracts for LTA's systems and assets. Prior to 1985, he has gathered six years of experiences with other companies on engineering and project management areas with a power generation company in New Zealand. PSA Corporation (previously Port of Singapore Authority), a large local technology company and Mass Rapid Transit Corporation.

Mr Mak Weng Cheong, Director, Contracts (E&M), Transport Authority

 

Ms Ho Wenmin, Principal Architech, Land Transport Authority

 

Ms Sushma Goh is responsible for managing the design and construction of stations, depot buildings and commuter facilities. Her team also develops strategic policies and LTA design standards as well as manages the Art in Transit program, working with artists and curators to integrate art within the fabric of every station. With over 25 years of design and project management experiences, she has strategically planned and delivered two major international design competitions which resulted in award winning designs of Stadium and Bras Basah Stations by WOHA Architects, and the multi award winning National Gallery Singapore by Studio Milou and CPG consultants.

Ms Sushma Goh, Director, Architecture, Land Transport Authority

 

Mr Ho Kum Fatt has been involved with the MRT industry since 1984. Besides being involved in heavy engineering work, he also spent a period of time as the Public Transport Regulator at LTA. He is now the Director of Systems Interface at LTA and concurrently holds the positions of Head, Business Development and Planning, at MSI Global Ptd Ltd (a wholly owned company of LTA) as well as the Centre Director for Transport Infrastructure.

Mr Ho Kum Fatt, Director, Systems Interface, Rail/Road Systems Engineering, LTA

 

 

Mrs Nitasha Jugessur, Project Technical Manager, ALSTOM 

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