Rail Innovation Challenge 3rd edition

Shape the future of rail with Ferrocampus and its partner companies, focussing on 3 topic areas. Win dream prizes and share ideas with professionals from within the industry!

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The rail industry is helping to shape the future - join the adventure!

 

Next stop, the future of Rail !
 

Tomorrow invents itself with the railway, join the adventure and propose ideas on this innovative and changing industry. Next stop, the future of the railway!

After the success of the first two editions organized by Fer de France, the Rail Innovation Challenge is back for a 3rd edition, this year organized by the Ferrocampus association. Objective: to decipher the future needs of the railway industry!

Do you want to help create a sustainable and innovative world? Make up your team of 2 to 5 students maximum, make yourself known to partner companies of the challenge as well as Ferrocampus and submit your ideas!

Do not hesitate to submit your CV directly to your participation space to make you know Ferrocampus Human Resources and its partners.

 
 
 

 



Rail transportation structures our regions and accelerates its economic development. Our territory is crossed by thousands of kilometres of railway lines serving a multitude of stations and other railway infrastructure.

They also play a major role in our society, providing access to as many people as possible.

Safe, affordable and less polluting than other modes of transport, this eco-responsible means of travel is one of the most appreciated by the French people.

Take up the challenge and imagine the future of rail transport by proposing futuristic and innovative solutions on one of the following themes:

The attractiveness of the train 

Sustainable development 

 

 

New technologies for the train of the future

Many rewards and opportunities are at stake! 

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About Ferrocampus

The Ferrocampus association, based in Saintes, Charente-Maritime, is a centre of excellence for the railway industry in various aspects: training in railway trades, the attractiveness of the sector or innovation and the experimentation of new solutions for the train of the future.

Ferrocampus thus seeks to unite the railway players around structuring projects, such as specific training courses of the CAP at bac+5, major research and development projects such as the Innovative Light Rail, or events to boost the industry such as the Ferrocampus'Days.