Innotrans 2010

Report
InfoTrans 2010
The Future of Railway communications
Detlef Hoffmann
Regional Sales Director
St. Petersburg, 28th October 2010
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Railway operators require absolutely safe and reliable
communication infrastructure
Passengers demand
• Fast & secure train connections
• Punctuality
• Reliable & transparent information
– and all this at reasonable costs
Railway challenges
• Improve traveling experience - increase
passenger numbers and revenues
• Increase freight capacity and revenues
• Ensure safety of passengers and staff
• Reduce operational costs to be profitable
• Build a mission-critical communication platform
• Manage the transformation from circuitswitched to all-IP packet environment
Our railway customers settle for nothing
less than 99.999% carrier-grade reliability
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How Nokia Siemens Networks can help
GSM-Railway ensures safe and reliable operations for trains
• Improve interoperability, enhance safety, and reduce costs with a single, streamlined
and future oriented digital radio system
• Support greater signaling, safety and security demands of high-speed travel (ERTMS*)
• Transmit Railway applications via GPRS
More bandwidth with Broadband on trains
Variety of Railway applications
• Enable a wide range of
• Increase attractiveness of train
broadband applications in trains
• Provide real-time services for
train personal and passengers
• Complement GSM-R as basis for
a comprehensive railway
communications solution
travel to generate more revenues
• Improve security through remote
security monitoring
• Offer an unlimited range of Internetbased information, news, and
entertainment services
*) ERTMS: European Rail Traffic Management System
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Old communication systems: Expensive to maintain, not interoperable
Track
to train
radio
Shunting
radio
Paging
Automatic
train control
Tunnel
radio
Vehicle mounted
radio
Operation &
maintenance
radio
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GSM-Railway: One integrated and standardized solution
GSM-R
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Interoperable railway functionality on one standard platform: GSM-R
from Railway Industry Group
GSM-R
Valueadded
services
EIRENE
functionality
GSM enhancements
for railways (by ETSI)
• Dynamic group communication
• SMS to functional numbers
• Advanced dispatcher solutions
• Functional & location-dependent addressing
• High-priority call confirmations
• High-speed: 500 km/h
• Voice Group Call Service
• Voice Broadcast Service
• Enhanced Multi-Level Precedence & Pre-emption
• All functionalities can be used with GSM-R
ETSI GSM functionality
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Who is the GSM-R Industry Group ?
GSM-R Industry Group, founded in 2001 and has currently 9 Industry members
• GSM-R Infrastructure
• GSM-R Mobile Stations
• GSM-R Dispatcher Systems
...dedicated to support GSM-R: 4 all hands meetings per year plus numerous specialist &
authority meetings, workshops, feasibility studies etc etc
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The GSM-R market leader: 27 contracts in 19 countries
Australia
Belgium
China
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Greece
India
Italy
Libya
The Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Saudi Arabia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
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DoT Victoria
Infrabel/SNCB
Ministry of Railways
China Railway SCC high speed lines
Banedanmark
Finnish Transport Agency
Deutsche Bahn
ERGA OSE
NR (Northern Railway)
ECR (East Central Railway)
NCR (North Central Railway)
NFR (North Frontier Railways)
Rete Ferroviaria Italiana
SIRTI Highspeed
Libyan Railways
Pro Rail
HSL Zuid
Jernbaneverket
REFER
Saudi Railways Organisation
North-south mineral line
ADIF (GIF/RENFE)
Ministry of Transportation
Trafikverket
SBB
SNCFT
TCDD
Nokia Siemens Networks:
Outstanding competence as a railway supplier
11 Nokia Siemens Networks GSM-R references countries in Europe
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
Finland
Germany
Belgium
Sweden 7.500 km
Finland 5.000 km
End-to-end network supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals)
End-to-end supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals, disp. system)
Norway 3.000 km
Netherlands 3.000 km
End-to-end supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals, disp. system)
End-to-end supplier via KPN-joint
venture incl. infrastructure (MSC,
radio NW, terminals)
Belgium 3.000 km
Switzerland 3.200 km
End-to-end network supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals)
End-to-end supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals), full managed services
Spain HSL+ ext lines
Italy 7.500 km
End-to-end supplier incl.
infrastructure (MSC, radio NW,
terminals)
End-to-end network MV
integration on Roma Napoli HSL
incl. infrastructure (MSC, radio
NW, terminals)
Switzerland
Netherlands
Portugal
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Spain
Italy
Greece
8 Nokia Siemens Networks GSM-R countries outside Central Europe
Australia
• DoT Victoria Melbourne
China
• 5 projects & 2 high speed lines
India
• 4 commercial projects
Libya
• 1 commercial project
Russia
• GSM-R pilot
Saudi Arabia
• SRO & North-south mineral line
Tunisia
• Phase 1 GSM-R project
Turkey
• 1 commercial project
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European major Rail lines overview
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Train control systems - ETCS level 2 configuration on GSM-R
GSM-R
GSM-R phones
& cab radio
GSM-R
antenna
RBC
European vital computer
Eurobalise
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ETCS antenna
Eurobalise
Interlocking
Reduce average delays per train: GSM-R with ETCS level 2
Average delay per train
Seconds
70
60
50
58
44
40
32
30
• No safety failures or incidents
• Massive learning effect: SBB-internal processes and
procedures
• Widespread acceptance by drivers and dispatchers
• Important knowledge and insights gained for continued
ETCS processes
Source: Bombardier, results of pilot study in Switzerland
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25
20
13
10
14
11
9
6
4
0
May Jun
Jul
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
Benefit from the capacity improvements of GSM-R with ETCS
Calculated capacities for high-speed lines
[%] Increase of capacity (ETCS level 1 = 100%)
170
163
160
152
150
140
130
116
120
110
100
103
100
90
Data 11
Level
Data
Level
1 2with
second
infill balise
Source: UIC Report, ERTMS Annual Conference, 2007
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Data 32
Level
Data2 4with
Level
optimized
block sections
Data 53
Level
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Broad band on Trains
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New services, new devices & data flat rates multiply capacity needs
Bandwidth-hungry
applications
go mobile
Worldwide mobile traffic [ExaByte/month]
2.5
Handheld
data traffic
2.0
Smartphones
Laptops &
netbooks
Wireless
routers
WiFi
1.5
HSPA
50
TB
• Many devices
• Mobile usage
• Always-on
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• Portable usage
• High data volume
• High processing
capacity
• Semi-permanent
usage
• Highest data volume
• Shared connection
Laptop
data traffic
1.0
0.5
Voice
traffic
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Source: analyst reports and internal research
Turnkey solution for Broadband on trains with seamless connectivity
Internet
Satellite
Network Operations Center
Flash-OFDM
WiMAX
LTE
GSM/GPRS
WLAN/ WiFi
UMTS/
HSDPA
Multi-link
endpoint router
Internet onboard server/ main rack
Secondary rack
19”
Dynamic wireless distribution system (WDS)
WLAN 802.11b/g
Main coach
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Secondary coaches
user
Railway applications help you to master these challenges
WLAN/VPN to passengers**
Entertainment**
(video, audio, gaming)
Online ticket sales
& seat reservations**
Real-time
passenger
information**
Increase
revenue
Advertising**
Passenger counting***
Train control systems
ETCS level 2*
CCTV video
surveillance***
Ensure
security
Railway
Applications
Cargo & object
tracking***
Application based on *) GSM-R; **) Broadband on trains; ***) both
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Energy metering***
Improve
efficiency
Train diagnostics & monitoring***
Fleet network
management***
Thalys high speed train passengers enjoy broadband Internet
Specific challenges
• High speed lines 320km/h => connectivity
• Content/marketing for 4 countries
• Regulations in 4 countries
“The vast experience of the consortium providing
the internet solution was a major asset for the
project and Thalys international. The consortium
offered the best of both worlds – a great technical
solution and a sound financial proposal.”
Thalys
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Velaro RUS project customized according customer needs and
Russian certification standards
St. Petersburg – Moscow – Nizhny Novgorod
• Basic order: 8 trains equipped with GSM backhaul
• Optional: System integration with satellite backhaul
• On-site delivery in only 3 months – commercial since Dec. 2009
St. Petersburg
Moscow
Nizhny Novgorod
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The future Evolution of GSM-R
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Main drivers for LTE in public markets
Exploding traffic
Stagnating voice revenues
Significant Cost pressure
• Network complexity
• Service provisioning
• Subscriber churn
• Spectrum cost
Mobile Internet dominating application
LTE as new broadband technology with strong demand by public operators.
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Main drivers for a Next Generation Railway Communication System
Technologic
evolution
Broadband
applications
• Leveraging the 3GPP eco system
Following the 3GPP path to continuously benefit from most successful
communication system, guaranteeing interworking and global roaming. Railways
should use LTE successor technology for their GSM networks (skipping UMTS).
• Increasing use of data applications and new operational services
requires efficient networks
• Surveillance, passenger services.
• LTE offers more than changing the radio i/f.
Operational
improvements
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• Simplified network structure, advanced configuration and
supervision technology
(e.g. SON - Self Organizing Networks)
• Automation reduces human faults,
• Self healing networks, speed-up maintenance.
Simplified network structure, advanced configuration & supervision,
e.g. SON (Self Organizing Networks)
Self-healing
• Automated preventive corrections
• Minimized network outages
Quality
Self-optimization
• Optimal use of capacity
• Maximized availability
Self-configuration
• Automated BTS/eNB deployments
• Faster roll-out
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OPEX
Railway operators benefit from the evolution in public networks
3GPP evolution
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
2020
2025
2G – GSM, GPRS, EDGE
3G – UMTS, HSPA (skipped for railways)
LTE
Railways
GSM-R based on mature GSM products & technology
EIRENE , UNISIG, 3GPP
Development
Standardization
& Verification
Pilot, IOT
LTE for railways
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GSM-R from Nokia Siemens Networks:
The fast track to efficient railway communications
Experience obtained from 27 GSM-R projects,
including turnkey and network operations
Strong commitment to GSM-R with long-term
evolution and environmental vision
Best-in-class products, R&D, and
production facilities
Active participation in European and
international railway standardization
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1
“One-stop-shopping” with e2e
ability
Strategic cooperation with local partners
for necessary services and products
Solve your business challenges and achieve environmental benefits
Thank You for your attention !
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