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After studies of electrical engineering, Mirna Harms joined Siemens in 2001 as a validation engineer. After being responsible for test and validation in several metro and mainline projects, she took over responsibility for the test, integration and validation department. Today, with more than 20 years of experience in generic product development for signalling systems as well as in project execution, she is heading Trainguard MT development.
In Trainguard MT development, they are focused in delivering the best fit for each operator and are always keen in developing the most flexible and at the same time resilient product to meet the needs of their customers worldwide.


  • June 06: Upgrading rail operations and asset management with connectivity and novel technologies

    How to make CBTC systems more flexible and resilient - a systematic approach

    Efficient mass transit systems are one of the most important keys to maximum mobility in megacities and large urban areas worldwide, promoting the urban and regional economic development. Now widely recognized as a mature automatic train control, Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) is the technology requested by mass transit authorities. The objective will be to present our Train2Cloud approach as a result of a natural evolution of the CBTC architecture.