FORTHCOMING EVENTS

6th Annual LTE Summit 2016
April 2016, The Lalit, Mumbai

4G LTE has now been embraced as the future of commercial wireless communications by most operators in the world and India is no different. As the demand for mobile broadband services continues to explode, service providers are moving towards faster data networks. With LTE technology offering lower operating costs for mobile data transfer, mobile operators worldwide are progressively committing themselves to LTE network deployments as a path for moving towards fourth generation (4G) services.

Cerebral Business Research in partnership with 3rd Generation Partnership Projects (3GPP) are proud to present India’s most successful business forum now into successful 6th Year – 6th LTE Summit 2016 scheduled to be held on April 2016.

Now into successful 6th year – Department of Telecom, Govt. of India along with Broadband Forum proud to associate with this business forum taking place in Mumbai – The financial capital of India.

2nd Indian Bulk Liquid Storage Conference 2016
12th February 2016, Ramada Powai Hotel, Mumbai

INTERESTING IN PRESENTING AT INDIAN BULK LIQUID STORAGE CONFERENCE 2016.
The Indian Bulk Liquid Storage conference will cover a variety of important issues that are being faced by the bulk liquid storage industry within India and its numerous stakeholders.

The Conference has been strategically designed for senior business professionals and decision makers, to include the latest industry topics and leading experts.

The Indian Bulk Liquid Storage conference shall bring together top representatives from the oil, gas, chemical and petrochemical industries to discuss and debate the application of current key innovations, while also providing important networking opportunities among this diverse group. Delegates will come away with ideas and inspiration, as well as solutions that can save costs and drive profits for your organization

6th Annual World Refining Technology Summit 2016
24th February 2016, Las Vegas, USA

Cerebral Business Research will be hosting the 6th Annual World Refining Technology Summit on the 24th February, 2016in Las Vegas, USA.

This Summit welcomes leading solution providers from across the refining and related industries to gather and to demonstrate their products/services to the operators/end users to create new business opportunities for participants. This Summit is an ideal platform to discuss and learn the latest in refining technology and how to stay abreast of your competitors. Here is where the top professionals and decision makers from the biggest oil and gas refining companies in the world discuss the hottest industry issues, network and share their groundbreaking ideas.

The program is highly interactive, with many different formats aimed at stimulating a thought provoking debate. It offers you an unrivaled platform to share ideas and opinions on where the industry is headed and what place your company will hold within it.


21 – 22 January 2016 | New Delhi | India
Indian Railways have drawn up plans towards the increased up-gradation of rail infrastructure and procurement of new assets of rolling stock during the current financial year with an estimated expenditure of Rs. 37,500 Crore (approx.) to shore up the infrastructural development and upkeep. The move will go a long way in boosting the Indian Economy as also provide strengthened rail infrastructure for carrying yet higher loads.

Over the past few years, Indian Railways has been marching in tune with the requirements of the national economy and it has bettered the targets it set for itself in the process. Indian Railways have emerged as one of the major movers of the economy as its plan size in the year 2007-08 has gone up to Rs. 37,500 crore from a plan size of Rs. 10,177 crore in the year 2000-01 and it has shown tremendous financial performance by achieving a cash surplus of Rs. 25,000 crore in 2007-08 as against a meager cash surplus of Rs. 350 crore in 2000-01.

The strategy in current year includes massive track and sleeper renewal activity leading to increased steel consumption, production of more steel bridge girders, more production of passenger, EMU & MEMU Coaches, more production of diesel and electrical locos, more production of wheels & axles, development of model stations and world class stations, installation of modern and upgraded signaling system, increased route electrification and improvement in telecommunication work.