Who is with us – the Network

You want to implement national or international rail projects? More than 70 companies from 10 countries are network partners of the Kompetenznetz Rail.

Who wants to join us?

 

Are you interested in networking and would you like your company to be part of the KNRBB network?
Universities / Scientific facilities / Institutions
SWERIG – Swedish Rail Industry Group

SWERIG – Swedish Rail Industry Group

Storgatan 5, Box 5510
114 85 Stockholm
Schweden

Phone +46-8-782 08

www: swerig.se

The Swedish Rail Industry Group (SWERIG) is the Swedish industry association for exporting companies within the railway sector. We promote Swedish suppliers of advanced technology, products and services to the international railway sector. Further, we are the central contact for international stakeholders interested in Swedish railway expertise.

Sieć Badawcza Łukasiewicz – Instytut Pojazdów Szynowych „TABOR”

Sieć Badawcza Łukasiewicz – Instytut Pojazdów Szynowych „TABOR”

Institute of Rail Vehicles “TABOR” of the Łukasiewicz Research Network

ul. Warszawska 181
61-055 Poznań
Polen

Phone +48 61 653 4001
FAX +48 61 653 4002

www: tabor.com.pl

The Institute of Rail Vehicles “TABOR” is the only research institute in Poland that carries out complex development projects, studies and certifications for rail vehicles.

SITK Poznań

SITK Poznań

(Association of Transport Engineers and Technicians of the Republic of Poland, Poznań Branch)

ul. Wieniawskiego 5/9
61-712 Poznań
Polen

Phone +48 61 853 7303

www: sitk-poznan.org

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH

Ostendstraße 25
12459 Berlin
Deutschland

Phone +49 30 5304 2000
FAX +49 30 5304 2010

www: reiner-lemoine-institut.de

The aim of the institute is to provide scientific support for the processes involved in the long-term conversion of the energy supply to 100 % renewable energies. The institute is funded by the Reiner Lemoine Foundation.

Railway Business Forum

Railway Business Forum

Plac Bankowy 2, Blue Tower Plaza
00-095 Warszawa
Polen

Phone +48 22 323 77 50-51
FAX +48 22 468 17 73

www: rbf.net.pl

RBF is the employers’ association of the Polish railroad and transport industry in Poland, with about 100 members.
Among other things, RBF is actively involved in the transformation process, restructuring and modernization of the railroad industry in Poland.

OUT e.V.

OUT e.V.

Köpenicker Str. 325 / Haus 201
12555 Berlin
Deutschland

Phone +49 30 609 847-20
FAX +49 30 657 626-72

www: out-ev.de

OUT e.V. promotes and conducts industry-oriented and application-oriented research and development (R&D) for technologies in optoelectronics, thin-film technology, sensor technology and signal processing up to prototype development in a nationwide network. It has two modern equipped research laboratories with high quality measurement technology and simulation software.

International Monorail Association (IMA)

International Monorail Association (IMA)

Schützenstrasse 19 P.O. Box 269
3624 Heimberg
Schweiz

Phone +41 33 439 8085

www: monorailex.org

The International Monorail Association is a Members Association of registered companies whose mission is to organize the global monorail sector, promote the application of monorail, public information, and establish monorail performance standards for Public Mass Transportation Infrastructure.

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)

Linder Höhe
51147 Köln
Deutschland

Phone +49 2203 601-0
FAX +49 2203 601-3502

www: dlr.de

DLR is the Federal Republic of Germany’s research center for aeronautics and space. Its research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport and security is integrated into national and international collaborations.

ACstyria Mobilitätscluster GmbH

ACstyria Mobilitätscluster GmbH

Phone +43 316 40 96 96-0
FAX +43 316 40 96 96-33

www: acstyria.com

The Styrian Autocluster ACstyria is a link between business, industry, research and public institutions.

In addition to the core area of automotive, the ACstyria Autocluster also promotes and networks the economic sectors of aerospace and rail systems. The goal is to optimize the synergy potential between the sectors.