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KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Dr Ir Oswar Muadzin Mungkasa, MURP, Deputy Governor for Spatial Planning and Environment,Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta, Indonesia

Panel of Experts including……

Max Antameng, Project Director for Road and Bridge Sector, Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (KPPIP) Implementation Team, Indonesia

Ir Dr Sarwono Hardjomuljadi, Special Adviser to the Minister, Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia/Vice Chairman, Indonesian National Board for Construction Services Development

Dr Mohammed Ali Berawi, Faculty Member, Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, , University of Indonesia

Ir Dr Saravanan Mariappan, Technical Advisor, Geoviro (M) Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Yee Tack Weng, Asia Technical Manager, Tencate Geosynthetics Asia Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Ir Dr Low Kaw Sai, Faculty Member, Lee Kong Chian Faculty of Engineering & Science, Department of Civil Engineering, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia

Thomas Kwan, Sales & Technical Manager, Surface & Underground Drills – Indochina, Sandvik Mining & Construction Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Bertil de Kleynen, Director, Property Sector, Asia Pacific, Atkins, member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, Hong Kong

Ian W. Brown, Managing Director, Asia Infrastructure Practice Leader, Marsh (Hong Kong) Ltd, Hong Kong

Chris Ayles, Director, MVA Asia Ltd, Singapore

Walter Kellenberger, Vice President, Railway Technology, Nencki Ltd, Switzerland


The Jakarta-Surabaya
High Speed Rail (HSR)
Project
Conference 2018

13 & 14 March 2018 * Jakarta, Indonesia ***

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
PROGRAMME
DAY ONE (13 March 2018)
08:30 Registration
09:00 Introduction
09:15 Necessity for the Jakarta-Surabaya High Speed railway
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Delivering High Speed Rail projects: key success factors and issues to be resolved
11:00 Geotechnical challenges and solutions for high-speed railway construction
11:45 Monitoring track geometry, evaluating the running dynamics and lessons learned on design, construction and asset management of high speed rail project
12:30 Lunch
14:00 New requirements for the quality of steel rails and necessary steel materials to support high-speed rail
14:45 The critical elements in development of new townships and facilities along the line
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 Operational readiness of the Jakarta-Surabaya high speed rail infrastructure to extreme climate conditions
16:30 Panel Discussion
17:00 End of Day 1
DAY TWO (14 March 2018)
09:00 Introduction
09:15 Strategies and technology for the management of track stability and putting a brake to train derailment
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Challenges in the design and construction of tunnels and underground structures for high-speed rail project
11:00 Refining the procurement structure for high speed rail project
11:45 Managing performance of rail systems to meet the railroad's requirements in demanding environments
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Creation of a Socio-Economic Development Strategy to maximize the economic benefits arising from the HSR project
14:45 New plan to rehabilitate and making improvement of existing rail lines that are earmark to connect to Jakarta-Surabaya HSR lines
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 Assessing the latest innovation in rail technology in order to improve life-cycle management, maintenance and reliability of rail infrastructure and rolling stock
16:30 Concluding Panel Discussion
17:00 End of Conference



Construction of the Jakarta-Surabaya high speed railway is essential to meet ever-greater human movement, development of new urban areas along the rails lines and massive economic benefits, therefore, this conference highlights key success strategies, issues to be resolved and building best practice benchmarks for the development of the proposed USD 7.8 billion dollar project


Construction of high speed railways in Indonesia is essential from the perspective of the massive Indonesian population, the locations of cities and the development of the economy. Construction will result in ever-greater human movement, development of new urban areas along the rail lines and massive economic benefits. As such, the conference reviews the Jakarta-Surabaya high speed rail plan. As the pre-feasibility study is expected to be completed by July 2017, and the project construction is scheduled to start in January 2018, therefore, bearing this timeframe, it is timely to be updated on the HSR project as well as possible business opportunities for industry players to participate in design, construction and completion of the project, including maintaining civil infrastructure and stations as well as supporting operational, technical and procurement matters relating to the high speed railway systems and operations. In addition, delegates will gain access into case studies and lessons to be learned pertaining to design, construction and asset management of high speed rail project, including track work, power, signaling and telecommunications. This information is valuable to build best practice benchmarks to ensure successful delivery of the Jakarta-Surabaya HSR project.

Lessons to be learned from The Kuala-Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail Project Conference 2017 (scheduled on 3 & 4 May 2017, organized by Events Actually, at the Berjaya Times Square Hotel in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia), (had uncovered new strategies as well as critical insights to accelerate and enhance new standards to meet key challenges of the successful completion and delivery of the Jakarta-Surabaya HSR project


More than 14 industry experts of diverse professional and deep understanding of high-speed rail sector, bringing with them a breadth of experience, had presented diversity of inputs that are critical in pursuing highly complex and ambitious high-speed rail project. Discussions focused on providing proactive analysis to identify and resolve hidden problems, reflection and lessons to be learned from all aspect of HSR development, in order to bring the project to reality. In conjunction with the conference, more than 10 exhibit displays were featured to showcase latest innovation and technology, towards meeting key challenges of completing the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail project by 2026, and correspondingly, this will provide some useful foundation to draw reference towards the successful implementation of the construction phase of the Jakarta-Surabaya HSR project. Please visit the event’s website at: http://www.events-actually.com.sg/2017/hsr2017_2.php