Connecting with clients and partners
As one of the leading railway shows in Asia, the Rail Solutions Asia poses a great opportunity for Frauscher to present its innovations and services to the Asian market. With more than 2 000 participants, 160 conference delegates and 10 Asian railway operators this also applied to this year’s RSA in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In collaboration with the WKO, Frauscher participated in the RSA at the WKO Advantage Austria Stand for the seventh time now. Yet this year, the company also contributed as a Silver Sponsor to the RSA 2018 and hosted the Signalling & Communications Workshop. Alok Sinha, Managing Director Frauscher Sensor Technology India Private Limited was chairperson to this workshop.
Frauscher representatives from India and Malaysia: Frauscher India represented by Akhilesh Yadav (COO; first from left), Alok Sinha (Managing Director; second from left), Dinesh Thangamariappan (Techn. Business Development; second from right) and Sebastin Sahayaraj (Business Development; first from right) and Frauscher Malaysia represented by Martin Soosay Raj (Strategic Business Development Director; middle).
Connecting with clients and partners
Getting to know the current requirements that clients and partners are faced with in a personal conversation has always been an integral part of Frauscher’s philosophy. In participating at events like the RSA, new ideas for individual approaches to various projects can be generated.
Alok Sinha, Managing Director Frauscher Sensor Technology India Private Limited in dialogue with Dr. Prodyut Dutt, Chief Development Officer of SPAD (Land Public Transport Commission).
Hosting the Signalling & Communications Workshop
The RSA 2018 provided a conference program including four specialist workshops. Alok Sinha was chairperson to the Signalling & Communications Workshop and led the forum discussion after the presentations. During the workshop, Akhilesh Yadav, COO Frauscher Sensor Technology India Private Limited presented on “Scalable architecture, intelligent redundancy and open interfaces: the successful features of the Frauscher Advanced Counter FAdC”. Furthermore, the benefits of COTS controllers for rail applications were discussed and the significance of wheel detection and axle counting in Asia was debated. Following the presentations, the forum discussion proved to be a valuable exchange between the participants.
Alok Sinha (Managing Director Frauscher India), Romesh Srinivasan (Managing Director KL Consult) and Akhilesh Yadav (COO Frauscher India) at the Signalling & Communications Workshop.
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