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Alstom Communications
Contents
P. 2-3/ The rail services market
P. 3-5/ Alstom's service solutions tailored to its custome...
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The rail services market
With an annual growth of 3.7% and a total value estimated at €37 billion by 2017, the rail serv...
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identified in Europe, the Americas and Asia, especially for traction modernisation and energy saving
purposes, as well a...
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- Modernisation, innovation and lifespan extension for existing fleets
Although the life of a fleet is generally more th...
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customers a high level of expertise acquired through the company’s long experience in maintenance
services. The centre, ...
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The HealthHub team is composed of more than 50 experts in 5 countries, constantly developing
new applications, data anal...
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Alstom also uses Motes, a network of intelligent wireless sensors. It is a lightweight and flexible
system that avoids c...
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  1. 1. Alstom Communications Contents P. 2-3/ The rail services market P. 3-5/ Alstom's service solutions tailored to its customers P. 5-7/ Alstom predictive maintenance solution: HealthHub Alstom provides operators with tailored services for reliable, available and cost-effective mobility solutions Rail services that include maintenance, modernisation, the supply of spare parts and operational support are key for operators as they guarantee the availability, reliability and higher performance of their transport systems. Likewise, rail services are beneficial for passengers who travel on board transport solutions that are safer, more comfortable, and better for the environment. According to the latest Unife report, the service segment is worth €33.5 billion1 in the rail market and is expected to grow to €37 billion2 in the next 3 years. This is the result of the growing number of existing transport systems requiring maintenance, the liberalisation of the market, and the outsourcing of service activities as growing numbers of operators focus on their core business activities and entrust the service activities to the manufacturers or maintenance specialists. Alstom offers the widest range of solutions in the industry, from components to trains, signalling and services to fully integrated systems, and boasts leading positions in each market segment. Alstom ambitions to increase the share of its non-rolling stock activities including services by 2020 to reach 60 % of its sales. Alstom has been a service provider for more than 25 years and has been awarded over 100 maintenance projects and more than 80 modernisation contracts around the world. 1 For the accessible market 2 Accessible market. Source of all the data used here: UNIFE, World rail market study forecast 2012 to 2017 PRESS KIT
  2. 2. 2 The rail services market With an annual growth of 3.7% and a total value estimated at €37 billion by 2017, the rail services market is a growing trend in the rail mobility sector. It is expected to represent over 30% of the rail market between 2017 and 2019. This is a consequence of the growing number of transport systems requiring maintenance, the growing accessibility of the rail service market, and the technical evolution of the train systems (IT, additional comfort systems installed in the trains). The three regions driving the growth are Europe (30%), North America (34%) and Asia Pacific (14%). The actors in the rail services for the accessible market are mainly trains, systems and infrastructure suppliers, maintenance specialists that do not build transport systems, or other actors that supply products to rail transport manufacturers. Their offers include modernisation, maintenance and spare parts. - Spare parts and repair The supply of spare parts, including kits for preventive and corrective maintenance, accident repairs and overhauls, is the largest segment in the accessible services market, accounting for 66%. The segment is closely linked to the growing number of transport systems requiring maintenance. This market segment is being addressed by train manufacturers and product suppliers. - Maintenance Train and infrastructure maintenance represents 27% of the accessible services market. It is one of the fastest growing segments in the rail services market (+3.1% per year by 2017). While historically public transport operators, especially rail operators, have been companies covering everything from train manufacturing to operation and maintenance, today a series of drivers are pushing operators to focus on their core activity and outsource their maintenance. Cost-efficiency is one of these drivers. With maintenance accounting for 20-30% of the total cost of ownership, more and more operators are thinking about the total cost of ownership of their trains, including maintenance when purchasing trains or infrastructure. Moreover, there is growing passenger demand for an enhanced travel experience. Lastly, with trains increasingly equipped with IT and electronic components, the addition of new trains, and the considerable technical knowhow they require, represents a challenge. - Modernisation The train modernisation segment accounts for 7% of the rail services market and is expected to represent 9% of the market by 2017. Business prospects are numerous in this segment as modernisation provides the possibility to renew the fleet at a far lower cost than the acquisition of new trains (modernisation targets 50-60% of the cost of new build trains). Opportunities have been APAC 14% CIS 10% Europe 30% France 5% LAM 4% MEA 3% NAM 34%
  3. 3. 3 identified in Europe, the Americas and Asia, especially for traction modernisation and energy saving purposes, as well as for comfort enhancement, e.g. HVAC retrofits. Alstom’s high added value services tailored to customers Alstom’s customers such as Virgin Trains can rely on Alstom, a company committed to  maximizing the total cost of ownership of its customers’ mobility solutions,  increasing the reliability of its customers’ mobility solutions to enhance passenger experience and maximise passenger satisfaction,  increasing the availability of its customers’ mobility solutions for maximum efficiency and performance. With over 100 sites in 30 countries, Alstom Services is an organisation with over 25 years of experience providing dedicated solutions to meet client requirements for rail systems. Alstom’s experience is not limited to Alstom-built trains; indeed, 20% of the trains maintained by Alstom were built by other manufacturers. Alstom’s offer includes everything from corrective and preventive maintenance to providing parts and technical support. It also includes a wide range of services to support and enhance operations, from lifecycle management, obsolescence management, real-time operational data analysis and prognostics to electronic documentation. As a long-term partner, Alstom provides train owners, operators, infrastructure managers and maintainers the opportunity to improve service efficiency and effectiveness. Alstom has 4 areas of expertise dedicated to performance: maintenance, modernisation, parts, repairs and overhauls, and support services. - Efficient maintenance to guarantee availability and reliability Alstom accompanies its customers beyond the delivery of the trains with services that guarantee availability and reliability throughout the entire life of the train. Maintenance is an important activity for Alstom, accounting for more than 50% of its total services sales. Alstom currently maintains around 8,000 cars, covering more than 4 million kilometres per day. Whatever the requirements and the equipment, Alstom is capable of delivering a tailored solution to its customers. Alstom maintains mobility solutions built by the company but also those built by others. Alstom’s maintenance offer ranges from technical support and spares supply agreements to full maintenance solutions. One of the main pillars of Alstom to provide its customers with best-in-class maintenance services relies on the development and use of state-of-the-art technologies. Through HealthHub programme, Alstom demonstrates that is not only an equipment supplier, but it also provides data and information solutions which improves decisions making, and by extension, which maximizes the total cost of ownership of its customers’ mobility solutions, Alstom has been entrusted with over 100 maintenance contracts, either in the form of integrated transport solutions, as part of a bundle offer or separately (e.g. the Dubai tramway in the UAE, the Casablanca tramway in Morocco, NTV high speed trains in Italy, the Panama metro, the Sydney metro and tramways, or the Northern Line for the London Underground).
  4. 4. 4 - Modernisation, innovation and lifespan extension for existing fleets Although the life of a fleet is generally more than 30 years, in mid-life trains have to be renovated to meet passenger expectations, new regulations and sustainability policies or tackle rising operating and maintenance costs as trains get older. Alstom’s solutions range from the modernisation of components to the complete modernisation of the train, which can generally lengthen its life by more than 15 years. Alstom’s modernisation solutions increasing performances and lifetime include: energy consumption, traction, bogies, train control, signalling equipment, interior design, and accessibility and passenger information systems. Alstom also capitalises on its comprehensive knowledge of the rail industry to offer modernisation solutions for infrastructure or signalling. The numerous modernisation projects carried out by Alstom include Coradia Lint regional trains in Germany, AVE high-speed trains in Spain, locomotives in Morocco, the metro in Mexico, Caltrans California Cars in the USA and Rocky Mountaineer rail cars in Canada. - Parts and Components Repairs, a robust and flexible supply chain Whether new or repaired, spare parts must be available for maintenance teams as and when needed, at a controlled cost. Alstom manages around 600,000 referenced parts with the support of its engineering and supply chain expertise. PartsFolio, the Alstom web-based spare parts catalogue, strengthens these offers by providing online access to illustrated parts catalogues, spare parts ordering & tracking, repair requests and updated maintenance documentation. Alstom can deliver a range of flexible solutions such as spare parts or kits for preventive and corrective maintenance, repair services for repairable components, overhauls of key train components thanks to Alstom’s specific test benches and special tools allowing to test braking systems, electronic modules and circuit boards. Alstom also keeps track of the entire train fleet using Alstom-made components on an international scale, through its lead services centres, to precisely anticipate potential customer needs in terms of spare parts supply. These centres are experts in the design, repair and overhaul of components such as motors (Preston, UK), bogies (Neuhausen, Switzerland), traction systems (Ridderderk, Netherlands), switchgears (Tarbes, France) and electronic components (Villeurbanne, France). - Support services for maintenance and operation Benefiting from its hands-on experience as a manufacturer and a maintainer, Alstom has developed a portfolio of support services to improve maintenance and operation: e-documentation with continuously updated information, advanced data management, operational fleet support to customers with Alstom Transport fleets, designing and building depots for all types of trains, and recycling with end-of-life management for trains, including waste management. Alstom also monitors obsolescence throughout the entire lifecycle of its products and develops dedicated obsolescence solutions. For example, Alstom monitors over 2,000 Citadis trams in circulation around the world to check the availability of equipment and spare parts (over 10,000 part references), whether these are maintained by Alstom or by the operator. Alstom also offers training based on modern support technologies such as simulators or a 3D room, either focused on train driving or on train maintenance, to bring best practices to operators and maintainers respectively. Training can be delivered in a variety of locations, from Alstom’s facilities to customer sites. Alstom’s training programmes are “portable” and designed to be customised to meet the specific requirements of each customer. The Alstom training programme provides
  5. 5. 5 customers a high level of expertise acquired through the company’s long experience in maintenance services. The centre, located on a historic Alstom industrial site, offers training sessions for customers to help them maintain and drive Alstom products, while showing them the best way to serve passengers. It is equipped with cutting edge technology, in particular a 3D room providing virtual reality training. Alstom predictive maintenance solution: HealthHub Predictive maintenance is based on methods & tools designed to help determining the condition of in-service equipment in order to identify failures before they occur and then predict when maintenance tasks should be performed. By knowing the exact health condition of each equipment, maintenance works can be better planned and what would have been "unplanned stops" are transformed to shorter and fewer "planned stops”. Through monitoring and data collection (vibrations analysis, oil analysis, temperature, pressure, voltage, etc.), predictive maintenance provides the right information at the right time allowing convenient scheduling of maintenance tasks and thus avoiding any unexpected equipment failures. It became reality thanks to increasingly powerful computers over time: growth of storage capacity, improvement of processors performance, smaller sensors and all this, at lower costs. This global trend led to an exponential growth of data volume and facilitated data communication, sharing and analysis. In a context where operators and maintainers are becoming increasingly concerned about optimising their maintenance costs, predictive maintenance solutions basically provide more efficiency in the overall maintenance process by: - Optimizing fleet size through increased train availability - Optimizing spare parts handling - Reducing time in the depot - Making total lifecycle costs lower - Increasing equipment lifetime The value of predictive maintenance is already well recognized by the biggest players in the aircraft industry and can be seen as the future of maintenance as it can reduce maintenance budgets by 30 to 40%3 . In the rail industry, the company Eurotunnel has the objective to extend its infrastructure lifetime by 30 to 50%, but also to reduce its maintenance needs by 20 to 30% by setting up a predictive maintenance programme.4 Alstom globally aims at optimizing the total cost of ownership up to 20% by reducing failures number and impact and the maintenance and energy costs. HealthHub is Alstom's predictive maintenance solution. The monitoring systems make it possible to determine the status of rolling stock, infrastructure and signalling automatically, and to identify any components that need to be repaired or changed and the replacement date. HealthHub thus reinforces a "pit stop" approach: everything is ready when the train arrives at the depot, the right quantities of materials are delivered at the right time and maintenance staff can operate quickly, increasing fleet availability. 3 https://www.locatory.com/en/news-media/press-releases/2015/can-predictive-maintenance-become-future-aircraft-mro/ 4 http://www.analysepredictive.fr/qualite-predictive/maintenance-predictive-et-eurotunnel
  6. 6. 6 The HealthHub team is composed of more than 50 experts in 5 countries, constantly developing new applications, data analytics and preparing the future through an ambitious R&D programme based on open innovation and cooperation with the world's best research centres. There are currently over 15 specific projects under way and our methodology is in line with recognized standards (ISO 13374).The aim is to translate field data into decisions and actions through the development of Prognostics and Health Management algorithms. Our health indicators are able to perceive ongoing degradations invisible to the naked eye and thus help the decision maker avert failures. This is a significant step ahead of crude threshold-based techniques prevalent in the industry. Alstom aims at providing advanced predictive maintenance to the whole railway system, enabling full integration with both the existing Alstom condition data, as well as those from the customers and third parties. HealthHub for trains As part of HealthHub, Alstom has developed innovative tools to optimise maintenance such as TrainTracer, its trainborne remote condition monitoring solution, which has been contracted for 1,000 trains and has shown significant results such as a decrease in train immobilisation time (up to 30%) and repetitive faults (up to 50%) thanks to the monitoring of a continuous flow of data concerning the status and wear of the train’s main components, accessible in real time or on demand. TrainTracer encompasses live processing of train’s event and status allowing automatic trigger of service order recommendation and generation. TrainScanner is an additional innovative solution which automatically analyses the data gathered by laser or 3D camera measurement systems using a diagnostics portal through which the train passes. TrainScanner collects information on the condition of certain equipment and then predicts its remaining service life. The accuracy of switching alarms is enhanced by means of algorithmic learning approaches such as neural networks. In the long run, railroad system equipment will benefit from this new process and train lifecycle costs will be considerably reduced. This is what has been installed in Manchester (UK) for three years. It is used every five days to inspect the 56 trains composing the fleet.
  7. 7. 7 Alstom also uses Motes, a network of intelligent wireless sensors. It is a lightweight and flexible system that avoids cabling the train and that can be rapidly adapted to its variable length topology. The network is defined by a group of nodes, (aka motes), which first acquire data , mainly vibration and temperature, through several sensors, and then transmit them to neighbouring nodes in order to relay and route all the information to the on-site maintainer or directly to the server on the cloud. The results can also be exported to TrainTracer. HealthHub for infrastructure and signalling Track & Catenary Tracer, is designed to capture track and catenary conditions during operation. Used regularly, the evolution of the health condition of the infrastructure can be predicted and interventions can then be planned in the most optimal way. Alstom has been maintaining tracks for over ten years and is currently in charge of the maintenance of ten rail networks across the world. For signalling, Alstom started developing a dedicated tool and is experimenting it in Spain where close to 500 point machines are under constant monitoring. HealthHub covers the entire scope of a railway system: trains, signalling and infrastructure. Alstom's strength in predictive maintenance rests on the team work of data scientists who bring state-of-the-art machine learning techniques and railway engineers who have years of detailed technical expertise in the various railway subsystems. Intelligent data analysis combined with in- depth manufacturer and maintainer knowledge is the key to success. Press Contact Justine Rohée (Alstom HQ) - Tel: + 33 1 57 06 18 81 justine.rohee@ alstom.com TrackTracer references  Tramway of Reims: Permanent installation after a 1 year test period done in 2014  Tramway of Sydney: Permanent installation  Main Line PRASA: Permanent installation from May 2016  Metro Brazil: Audit in Sao Paulo ViaQuatro.  Tramway Metrolink in the UK: Audit in October 2015 and next one in May 2016

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