39th railML Conference

21.04.2021 (10:00–15:30) 2

railML.org is a non-profit organization that standardizes data exchange in the ironmobile industry. At the 39th railML.org conference, an exchange between the working groups, users and interested parties will be facilitated. In addition, the current state of developments will be communicated and partners will present their projects from practice.


The 39th railML® Conference will be held on the 21st of April 2021 as a virtual meeting.

The conference will begin at 10:00 in the morning and finish approximately at 16:00 CET in the afternoon.



Addtional information

For a smooth and pleasant experience of our virtual railML Conference we would like to share the following guidelines and information with you:

  • We give you the opportunity to test the conference system prior to the Conference start from 9:30 a.m. on 
  • Please mute your microphones during the presentations.
  • If you like to raise a question or remark, please send it to the Chat. It will be read out by the person presenting and answered.
  • If you like to discuss your point verbally, please send a short outline of your point to the chat. The presenting person will follow up on your point when it's suitable. Please only then unmute your microphone.
  • You will be able to download the presentations (as pdf) after the conference from this web page


Registration and GoToMeeting dial-in details

The participation at the conference is free of charge. Nevertheless, registration is mandatory in order to participate.

You will receive the GoToMeeting dial-in details after you have registrated.



Below you can download the presentations given at the 39th railML Conference.

          Mag. Ferri Leberl, railML.org (DE)

           Stefan Bischof, Siemens AT

           Eva Lohmeier, Knorr-Bremse

           Milan Wölke, railML.org/PSI

           Milan Wölke, railML.org/PSI

           Dr. Jörg von Lingen, railML.irg/IfB

          Thomas Nygreen, railML.org/Jernbanedirektoratet

          Christian Rahmig, railML.org/DLR

          Thomas Kabisch, Stadler Deutschland

          Dr. Jörg von Lingen, railML.org/IfB

Do not hesitate to contact us for questions and any further information.