In 2019, EuroBrake will return to the International Congress Centre, Dresden, Germany, an
interconnected hub for both industry and research, from 21 - 23 May. It should focus on a
topic that is significant within the braking and friction industries, as well as science and
academia. In 2018, an entire day of EuroBrake was dedicated to worldwide rail braking
technology, parallel to other sessions, which proved to be very popular. Following this
success, a series of innovative rail sessions will return to 2019, which will bring together
global experts from some of the world’s leading organisations. New to 2019, there will also
be a special focus on intelligent braking and controls (www.eurobrake.net).