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ISE 2015 in Amsterdam – AV & Electronic Systems Integration Exhibitions

| AV & Audio Events, Biz Events, Netherlands Events | 01/09/2015

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Integrated Systems Europe 2015:
Date: Feb 10(Tue) – 12(Thu), 2015
Hours: 9:00am – 6:00pm, Last Day: 5:00pm
Venue: Amsterdam RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Organizer: Integrated Systems Events
Official Website: www.iseurope.org

The event was launched in 2004 to fulfill the need for a pan-European forum for the emerging markets of professional AV and electronic systems integration. The show grew quickly to become the undisputed annual marketplace for these industries – a focus not only for doing business but also for networking, education and technological innovation.

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Toshiba and Singapore Rail Engineering establish joint venture to supply Energy Efficient Propulsion System

| Products & Services | 09/29/2014

Toshiba and Singapore Rail Engineering establish Railise

SMRT subsidiary Singapore Rail Engineering and Toshiba establish JV to market and supply Energy Efficient Propulsions System to Mass Transit Operators globally
Date: Sep 24, 2014
Source: Toshiba Corporation

BERLIN, 23 September 2014 – Singapore Rail Engineering Pte. Ltd. (SRE) and Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) have decided to setup a joint venture to market and supply propulsion systems using Toshiba’s Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) technology. The joint venture agreement was signed today at InnoTrans, the international transport technology trade fair taking place in Berlin this week. The new company will be called Railise Pte. Ltd.

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Japanese corporations step up efforts to win orders for railway service projects overseas

| Business Development | 09/24/2014

Visitors look around Hitachi, Ltd.’s booth at InnoTrans in Berlin.

Railway businesses look abroad
Date: Sep 25, 2014
Source: The Japan News – by Masataka Morita

BERLIN — Railway business-related Japanese corporations are stepping up efforts to win orders for railway service projects overseas, convinced that the domestic railway market is bound to shrink due to the declining population.

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