When we started to work in the signalling field, we understood soon that in the most of work environments people is oriented to hide and preserve their knowledge, so it’s hard to found someone available to teach us what we want to learn.
Furthermore, on Internet there’s few high values information related to the rail and signalling field, so we decided to open a website and to write into what we learn step by step.
We think the concept of sharing knowledge should be interpreted in a completely different mode.
Instead, thanks to an online presence and a marketing strategy (through a blog and social networks) you could become something like influencers for the rail field and the extreme power of this activity is just that such kind of things are really appreciated online!
We’re looking for people with the same passion and ambitions, available to accomplish one or more duties, related to:
At the beginning you could consider two different approaches in order to join actively the project:
Are you interested in these ways to collaborate? Do you have other proposal? Do not put off till tomorrow what you can do today!
Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
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railwaysignalling.eu is a technical e-journal and web community. It was born and grows with the purpose to share high-tech knowledge about the most advanced and widespread signalling and train control European solutions. Young and experienced rail-signal engineers are welcome to participate to the group’s web community, by publishing their own technical articles about the main topics of railway signalling and train control European solution.
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