On the right track - Ministry of Transport

Report
GSM-R
Issues for
Continued Success
Ola Bergman
Siemens
GSM-R Project Status – great success
Europe
1)
Sweden, Banverket, 7500 km
2)
Netherlands, ProRail, 3000 km
3)
Spain, GIF&RENFE, 1000 km
4)
UK, CTRL, WCML, NRO 15.000 km
5)
Italy, RFI, 7500 km
6)
Switzerland, SBB, 3200 km
7)
Belgium, SNCB, 3000 km
8)
Finland, RHK, 5000 km
9)
Norway, JBV, 3.800 km
10) Germany, DB, 24.500 km
11) France, SNCF, 15.000 km
TRIALS:
RUS Trial 180km , Swiss ETCS L2,
German ETCS Trial Wildenrath,
In Operation …
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French Morane Trial, Hungarian Trial
Source: ICM N S SB SP
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GSM-R Project Status - Issues
 6 Countries open
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No continuous GSM-R coverage in the short term
…
 Some ongoing projects delayed
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Continuous GSM-R coverage
Calls for extra cost control
…
 Go East!
–
Interoperability
Source: ICM N S SB SP
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The GSM-R Network
All Railway Radio Services in ONE Network
Track to Train Radio
Paging
Tunne
l
Radio
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Shunting Radio
Automatic Train Control
Vehicle mounted Radio
Operation
and
Maintenance
Radio
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The GSM-R Network
Designed for Interoperability
...with border crossing traffic
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The GSM-R Network
Designed for Interoperability...with border crossing traffic
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GSM-R Interoperability Issues
Inter-Operability Tests IOT – some background
 Common GSM-R Industry approach – first IOT meeting at
Siemens in January 2002
 Phases 1 and 2 – Basic Interoperability (including
infrastructure and terminals from different vendors)
verified, executed Nov-Dec 2002, report available
 Phase 3 – functions when crossing the border between
two networks, planned for Winter 2003/2004
 Phase 4 – mixed vendor configurations
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GSM-R Interoperability Issues
IOT Phase 3.1 and 3.2
 E-Interface Interoperability Test (switch to switch)
 VGCS and VBS with common, border-crossing
Service Areas
 EIRENE network re-registration procedure
 IOT Phase 3.1
– Siemens runs VGCS 11/2 channel
– Nortel runs VGCS 1 channel
Network A
 IOT Phase 3.2
– Siemens runs VGCS 1 channel
– Nortel runs VGCS 1 channel
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Network B
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GSM-R Interoperability Issues
IOT Phase 4.1 and 4.2
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A-Interface Interoperability Test (switch to radio)
All GSM features relevant for Railways
All R-features
IOT Phase 4.1
Network A
– NSS from X, BSS from Y
 IOT Phase 4.2
– NSS from Y, BSS from X
Network B
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GSM-R Interoperability Issues
Full Interoperability to be proven 1st half 2004
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Operational rules at border crossing
Common Industry Interoperability Statement
Railways require a certain freedom of choice
Funding of IOT work
Network A
 Long term European concept for maintained
Interoperability in an evolving environment
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Network B
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GSM-R ETCS Issues
GSM-R as platform for ETCS L2
 Some still ongoing operational issues (border crossing)
 QoS parameter values to be settled
 Engineering for dense areas
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GSM-R Issues
In summary…
 GSM-R in operational use
 Interoperability is Key
 GSM-R platform for ETCS L2
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GSM-R… the Winner
GSM - R
R
the
for
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eal way
ailways
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GSM-R Issues
Backup Slides…
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TheEuropean GSM-R Community
The GSM-R “bodies”
ETSI members
ERTMS/GSM-R
GSM-R Industry
GSM-R
Industry Group
Chair:
Owen Griffith
ETSI Project
Railway Telecoms
(EPRT)
Project Director:
Peter Winter
ERTMS/GSM-R
ERIG
Project Manager:
Klaus Konrad
Chair:
Klaus Konrad
Technical Group
Operator‘s Group
Functional Group
Chair:
François Freulon
Chair:
Robert Sarfati
Chair:
Kurt Andersen
Chair: Robert Sarfati
Change Request
ETSI
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Ad hoc
Working Groups
LE, eLDA, QoS, IOT,
, ASCI-GPRS, CB Func
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Change Request
EIRENE
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GSM-R Industry:
Siemens, Nortel,
Kapsch, Sagem,
HFWK, Alstom,
Marconi

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