Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV) recognized that traditional scheduling methods no longer met the demands of a rapidly changing industry.
This year’s DELMIA Quintiq World Tour kicks off in Rome with a half-day seminar for rail executives. Learn about the strategies and technology that helped NTV overcome complexity in passenger rail planning.
Meet experts from NTV and DELMIA Quintiq as they talk about innovative ways to optimize utilization of operational resources. Discover the trick to integrating all your planning levels – from long-term strategic planning to disruption management.
Highlights to look forward to:
1. Informative feedback
Get a closer look at NTV’s operational processes for fleet and crew management. Find out how Italy’s first private high-speed rail operator reduced costs and minimized the effect of disruptions, decreased staff turnover and achieved an impressive on-time rate.
2. Interactive planning challenge
Participate in an engaging planning challenge with Bernd Horsman, Business Consultant of Rail and Public Transport at DELMIA Quintiq.
4. Live demonstration
Watch DELMIA Quintiq software in action! See a live demonstration of the planning solution that made NTV a finalist in the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards last year.
3. Solving the world’s planning puzzles
Learn how DELMIA Quintiq solves all planning puzzles with a single, integrated platform. Find out how DELMIA Quintiq software can enable your planning department to optimize timetables and handle real-time disturbances with confidence.
Join us in Rome for the first leg of DELMIA Quintiq World Tour with NTV, Italy’s first private operator of the country’s high-speed rail network.
March 20, 2014
Hilton Rome Airport Hotel Via Arturo Ferrarin 2, Rome, Italy
Who should attend?
Rail or public transport operators who are interested in overcoming complexity in operational planning and, optimizing the use of resources.
Don’t miss this opportunity. Reserve your free seat today!
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Contributed by Cristina Danila.