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Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels

12- 13 September 2012, Munich, Germany

Exploring key innovations for designing, implementing and upgrading your tunnel fire safety. With tunnel development booming across Europe as rail and road travel gathers momentum, tunnel operators must act now to optimise fire protection and safety. As demands increase and monetary budgets decrease, it is vital to critically assess your tunnel infrastructure to pinpoint those crucial installations that will maximise tunnel fire safety levels at the lowest possible cost.

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Event News

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Welcome to the 4th Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels

Following the immense success of the previous three years, Fire Protection & Safety in Tunnels 2012 returns for its 4th year to delve into issues at the heart of tunnel safety management.

Attend Fire Protection & Safety in Tunnels and receive a discounted industry report!

Arena International have teamed up exclusively with GlobalData and GBI Research to offer you a spectacular *30% discount off on any report you select from GlobalData and the GBI Research brand when you book your two day conference place at

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Book your post conference site visit in Munich Freeman

On the 14th September, Arena International will be inviting its attendees to visit the control centre in Munich Freimann.

Future Rail has launched its very first issue!

We are very excited to announce that our media partner Future Rail has launched its very first issue!

Giant tunnel boring machines ready to start Crossrail dig

The Mayor of London and the Secretary of State for Transport today revealed the giant 1,000 tonne tunnel boring machines that will carve Crossrail’s tunnels under the capital. 

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Associate Partner

Advisory Board

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Fathi Tarada

UK member C4 and co-leader, PIARC

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Kai Lorenz

Member, FGSV

Speakers

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Thomas Gerlach

Member, FGSV

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Ulrich Krause

Chair, Faculty of Process and Systems Engineering (FVST)

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Kai Lorenz

Member, FGSV

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Ralf Schweinsberg

Vice President, Federal Railway Office

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Fathi Tarada

UK member C4 and co-leader, PIARC