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E2 Forum: The new normal of Vertical Transportation


E2 Forum in New Delhi on 1st October is approaching: The Indian industry is gearing up to meet face-to-face and deliberate the New Normal of Vertical Transportation with a Focus on Railways, Real Estate and Infrastructure.

The organizer looks forward to welcoming distinguished guests from these sectors.

Amid hygiene concerns and digitisation, remote monitoring services in elevators and escalators is gaining traction, whereas new-age features such as a central dashboard, human flow predicting operation management systems and rapid installation methods will allow seamless operations and monitoring and redefine the customer experience. Slated to be held on 1st October 2021 at Le Meridien, New Delhi, the 3rd edition of E2 Forum will spark a productive discussion on ‘Exploring the New Normal of Vertical Transportation with a Focus on Railways, Real Estate and Infrastructure’.

Backed by strong industry support from Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation Ltd. (IRSDC) and DEA (Delhi Elevator Association), Associate Partners Arkel and Usha Martin, Exhibit Partner Genemek and industry partner CREDAI-MCHI, the platform is set to welcome representatives from leading elevator OEMs - TK Elevator India Pvt. Ltd., Schindler India, Johnson Lifts, Fujitec India, Toshiba India Pvt. Ltd., ECE Elevators among others.

Industry Leaders Round Table

Organised by Messe Frankfurt India, the conference agenda has been put together in association with knowledge partner L’Avenir Consultancy Private Limited and will cover Opportunities in Upcoming Railway & Metro Rail Projects, New and Future Trends in the Lift Industry, Transformative impact of IoT and AI, Real Estate and Infrastructure Industry: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions, Industry Leaders Round Table and the Way forward for Escalator and Elevator Industry Post Covid-19.

Sharing a preview into Indian Railway’s grand plan to enhance the railway ecosystem and imbibing the concept of smart city, Mr. S. K. Lohia, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation Limited (IRSDC), shared: "Escalators and elevators are an indispensable feature in mass transit systems like metro and railway stations, high-rise buildings, and commercial and retail spaces. Design and safety are the foremost factors to be considered while installing elevators and escalators. We are in the process of planning the redevelopment of railway stations called "RAILOPOLIS" – a mini smart city on principles of national transit oriented development policy and accordingly there would be high demand of elevators and escalators for these. These assets must have the state-of-the-art safety and surveillance provisions and emergency response mechanisms to avert mis-happenings."

"Partnering with E2 Forum for this goal, we are ready to connect with elevator manufacturers and explore new technology and product advancements at the show," Lohia concluded.

More information:E2 Forum - Conference program (download as PDF)