Please complete this form to confirm your Digital Rail Revolution free attendee pass. A member of the team will be in contact with further details regarding your attendance.
Please note that this free pass is limited to those from the following organisations: train/transport operating companies, rail infrastructure managers, rail industry associations, public transport authorities, transit agencies, local authorities, cities and government regulators.
Free Pass registrations will only be accepted with a company email address.
Unfortunately any submission that does not fit this criteria will be declined. Free passes are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Your complimentary pass gives you access to the following:
Listen to thought-provoking presentations from industry experts and leaders from around the world
Network and interact with other attendees and exhibitors via direct chat and video
Peer-to-peer roundtable discussions
Interact with the exhibition area showcasing the latest technology innovations
Schedule 1-2-1 video meetings
Event available online for 12 months
No need to travel – simply attend this event from the comfort of your own device
Access the latest news, articles, interviews and insights at Global Railway Review.
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