ASME, ISA, and NYSSPE-LI Program: Positive Train Control and Systems Engineering Concepts

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  • ASME, ISA, and NYSSPE-LI Program: Positive Train Control and Systems Engineering Concepts

    ASME, ISA, and NYSSPE-LI Program: Positive Train Control and Systems Engineering Concepts (2 PDHs)

    Date: Wednesday – November 20, 2019

    Schedule:

    • 5:30pm - Sign in & refreshments
    • 6:30pm - Seminar starts

    Cost:

    • $40 for ASME, ISA, and NYSSPE-LI Members
    • $70 for Non-Members
    • Students are free

    Location: Farmingdale State College, Route 110, Farmingdale, NY - Lupton Hall, Room T101

    About the Seminar: The Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008 requires the installation of Positive Train Control across the entire US rail system. This seminar explains what PTC is and what the goals of PTC are. The System Development steps and process will also be discussed. Attendees will learn why trace requirements are done and why prototyping is performed.

    This presentation on Positive Train Control includes the following topics:

    • An Overview of Positive Train Control (PTC)
    • System Engineering Principles
    • The importance of Lessons Learned, and Why Projects Fail

    For more information, or to learn how to register, download the event flyer.

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