RNE-UIRR Webinar: Legal Framework for Data Exchange


INVITATION

WEBINAR on the Legal Framework for Data Exchange Between Stakeholders in the Railway Business

12 November 2021, 10:00 – 12:00, MS Teams

Smooth data exchange between all parties concerned in cross-border freight services is key for making rail a more attractive and thus competitive mode of transport. The EU legal framework on data exchange in railways has recently been under extensive development by the law makers (e.g. new TAF TSI Regulation, the 2022 revision of TAF TSI). On behalf of the sector, RailNetEurope (RNE) is contributing to the field with its own set of legal templates for data exchange of real-time train information, estimated time of arrival (ETA) and delivery of reports on train punctuality and performance.

We would like to inform the stakeholders concerned, inter alia, on the relevant documents they can sign and get an instant access to, and make the best use of, the real-time and ‘historical’ train information available on the market. This webinar would be of particular interest for railway undertakings, wagon keepers, combined transport operators, terminal operators, maritime and inland ports, freight forwarders, shippers.

In this online event, following a general introduction of the RNE Train Information System (RNE TIS) provided by RNE, speakers from various rail stakeholders will discuss their experience and expectations for data exchange in freight rail services. Join us online and get insides on the latest changes!

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Register by 1 November 2021 to join the expert speakers from the sector and from the European Union Agency for Railways:

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We are looking forward to a fruitful event!

Best regards,

The RNE & UIRR Team

Who is RNE:

RailNetEurope was set up in 2004 to help meet the challenges faced by the international rail sector. This was to be achieved by providing solutions that benefit all RNE Members as well as their customers and business partners. RNE facilitates the operational international business of its Members. RNE’s role is also to provide support as regards compliance with the European legal framework. This entails developing harmonised international business processes, templates, handbooks, and guidelines. All in all, RNE’s mission is to help its Members meet the challenges of the rapidly changing railway sector in Europe and to promote international rail traffic. https://rne.eu/

Who is UIRR:

Founded in 1970, the International Union for Road-Rail Combined Transport (UIRR) represents the interests of European road-rail Combined Transport Operators and Transhipment Terminal Managers.Road-Rail Combined Transport (CT) is a system of freight forwarding which is based on efficiently and economically inserting electric rail into long-distance (road) transport-chains through the use of intermodal loading units (ILU). http://www.uirr.com/en.html