International Inno Rail Exhibition in Lucknow from 17th November

Inno Rail Exhibition is held only once every two years. However, Inno Rail Exhibition has been held three times until now.

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International Inno Rail Exhibition in Lucknow from 17th November
International Inno Rail Exhibition in Lucknow from 17th November
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LUCKNOW (Metro Rail news): The Inno Rail exhibition starts in Lucknow on November 17. To participate, representatives of companies from several countries—including Japan—that produce products ranging from railways to bullet trains have arrived. The Research Designs and Requirements Organization (RDSO) is hosting the Inno Rail Exhibition again after four years. The RDSO Stadium is hosting this exhibition from November 17 to November 19.

Inno Rail Exhibition is held only once every two years. However, Inno Rail Exhibition has been held three times until now. In addition to RDSO, companies from other countries that manufacture railroad-related tools will participate in this show. The most recent Inno Rail event occurred in 2018 from November 22 to 24, during which products related to railway technology were included from 14 countries.

Inno Rail includes 120 products related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, knowledge storage, and cloud computing, in addition to superior signalling, bullet, and high-speed trains. Inno Rail was planned for 2020 but had to be delayed due to Corona.

Mainly focused on innovation for Indian Railways.

More than 100 representatives of companies involved in the manufacturing of railways from ten countries, including Italy, France, and Spain, are present. According to RDSO personnel, the Inno Rail exhibition is open from 10 am to 6 pm. On this, Indian Railways’ innovation is receiving special attention. Conversations will also be made regarding Indian Railways’ achievements and desired futures. In addition, there will be seminars on cutting-edge technology and innovation in the rail industry, as well as B2B gatherings and other events.

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