Free Online Seminar “Replacing Proprietary Applications in Rail Technology with Digital PLC Technology”

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November 24, 2022


Date: Nov. 1, 2022 – Mar. 31, 2023

PILZ’s experts from the new rail technology business unit – Christian Korupp and Jörg Lemme – will provide some insight into how to use digital PLC technology to replace proprietary applications in rail technology.
Contents of the webinar:
• •Problems and challenges of current communication systems
• •Why interface concepts such as the one from Pilz are sustainable
• •Benefits of modern COTS solutions
• •Solutions with specific approvals for railway operation
• •Practical implementation: presentation of specific railway projects undertaken by Pilz

• •Christian Korupp, Team Lead Engineering, Business Unit Rail
• •Jörg Lemme, Business Development Manager, Business Unit Rail


PILZ experts will provide a compact presentation of the issue in 45 minutes.

Pilz contact:
If you have any questions about the seminar, their staff will be happy to help at


Register free for the new recording now by clicking here 


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