HARTING are running a series of four Railway Web-Seminars to introduce systems and solutions for the most important trends in the railway industry. From January to April, they will showcase interfaces for high-speed data transmission, connectors for high currents and voltages, upgrade and retrofit solutions and methods for reducing weight and the C02 footprint.
The event kicks off on Thursday 28th January with a look at Powerful interfaces for high-speed data transmission.
The amount of data communication required in rail vehicles is increasing as passengers require access to high speed Wi-Fi and information systems provide route updates and entertainment. To meet these communication demands, rail vehicles need powerful network and data interfaces which meet the special requirements of rail transport. The connectors must be surrounded by robust housings and shielded against electromagnetic interference (EMC).
Join this web-seminar to discover future-proofed data transmission solutions including high-performance Ethernet cabling, fibre optics and future technologies such as Single Pair Ethernet (SPE).
The second webinar takes place on Wednesday 3rd March and looks at High-performance interfaces for high currents and voltages.
Existing requirements for energy distribution are changing. As power density increases, systems must become more efficient so high currents and voltages can be transmitted efficiently and safely.
In this Web-Seminar, our experts will demonstrate the new high-performance Han® HPR HPTC connector series. This range is designed to meet tough mechanical requirements such as shock and vibration and handle environmental influences like water, oil and direct sunlight.
Register now to discover a completely new system architecture for power distribution in rail vehicles, including an alternative solution for the UIC 552 interface.
You only need to register once to gain access to all four sessions. If you cannot attend live, you will receive an e-mail after each Web-Seminar with a link to the video recording. The recordings will also be available on demand.
To learn more and register for this informative series, please click here: https://www.harting.com/UK/en-gb/railway-web-seminar-series
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