The 2019 edition of Middle East Rail will be held at Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, starting on 26th February.
Dubai World Trade Centre , Dubai
26 February 2019, 12:00 AM
27 February 2019, 12:00 AM
By bringing together the leaders of the regional and international transport and railway community, Middle East Rail serves as the leading platform for its international, influential audience to review the vision, technologies and partnerships needed to modernise systems and pioneer the future of rail.
Billed as the regional rail show for innovation, technology and strategy, Middle East Rail is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Presidential Affairs. On a regional and international scale, the event is the perfect platform to explore new technologies, strategize with the industry’s leading figures and connect with the disruptors shaping the future of transport.
Middle East Rail has grown to become the largest and most established rail event in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and South Asia, including an agenda with five streams of content and hours of structured, exclusive networking opportunities. It is also the only rail event to be run in partnership with the UAE government, hosting more regional and international government representatives than any other rail show.
You'll be joined by more than 7,500 attendees, 850 conference delegates, 300 exhibitors and more than 200 speakers at this event, which will include three sub-events for the first time: Middle East Smart Mobility, Middle East Intermodal and Middle East Transport Infrastructure. This expansion facilitates the inclusion of the entire transport ecosystem from transport operators, industry disruptors, government entities, urban planners, municipalities, property developers, ports, depots and much more.
From modernizing legacy networks, to building transport corridors of the future, upgrading signalling and telecommunications systems, and financing new networks; the Middle East Rail conference has it all.