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European GNSS & rail market

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Presented at the Séminaire national R&I ferroviaire - Les bénéfices apportés par la navigation par satellite européenne, 20 Nov 2014, Lille, France
European GNSS & rail market, opportunies, benefits, resources

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European GNSS & rail market

  1. 1. European GNSS & Rail market European GNSS Agency Lille, 20 November 2014
  2. 2. Fostering user adoption and satisfaction DOWNSTREAM VALUE CHAIN . Commercial Service providers . Chipsets, Receivers, Devices Navigation Service Provision Content & applications RoadLocation Based ServicesSurveyingRailMaritimeAviationAgriculture MARKET SEGMENTS Users EU PUBLIC BENEFITS Users’ & Stakeholders’ adoption and satisfaction User needs Analyse the market and Public benefits Inputs for regulation Engage receiver manufacturers Application development Adoption Roadmap with users & decision makers
  3. 3. Enabling EU industry and citizen benefits to achieve EC strategic objectives •New business opportunities •More efficient production processes •Additional investments in R&D •Employment creation EC Strategic Objectives* Benefits for EU Industry Benefits for EU citizen Provide uninterrupted GNSS services and a strategic advantage for Europe Reinforce the resilience of the European economic infrastructure by providing a backup system in case of signal failure Maximise socio- economic benefits for European civil society •Fruition of additional/ enhanced services •Improvement of safety •Environmental benefits EGNSS widespread adoption *Source: Commission Staff Working Paper Impact Assessment Market Result
  4. 4. A 7 blnGNSS devices market by 2022 Installed base of GNSS devices
  5. 5. Open Service OS/CSAuthentication CSHigh Precision Public Regulated Service Search and Rescue Operational Open Service Safety of Life Road LBS Aviation Rail Maritime Surveying/ Mapping AgricultureEGNOSGALILEO Segment Service Galileo Early Services Galileo FOC/ EGNOS V3/V2 + sensors Focus on vertical market segments…
  6. 6. GNSS rail market growth prospects, especially for safety relevant applications North america EU27 Rest of the worldSafety critical applicationsNon safety critical applicationsLow density linesMain linesAsset managementCargo monitoringPassenger Information systems GNSS Rail market revenues
  7. 7. Rail market trends and drivers • Global GNSS penetration growing steadily, mainly for non safety of life applications like asset management or passenger information systems • Outside Europe, due to different safety requirements, GNSS is starting to penetrate also in train positioning for signaling (PTC, KLUB-U, proprietary solutions for private lines) • Global harmonization of railway signaling (e.g. ERTMS, PTC) • Cost benefit Analysis for GNSS based railway signaling is very positive: industry needs further support to include E-GNSS into the technical specifications for signaling and train control CAGR +29% Shipments of GNSS devices per region 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Units Thousands Installed base of GNSS devices by region EU28 North America Asia-Pacific Non-EU28 Europe Middle East + Africa South America + Caribbean GNSS penetration* *: GNSS penetration is defined as installed base of GNSS devices relative to the installed base that would prevail if every addressable user was fully equipped
  8. 8. EGNSS value propositionSignallingLogisticsLow density lines Combination of E-GNSS with sensors for precise train positioning for use in safety of life CCS applications or with conventional communication technologies for logistics applications. Main lines Improve safety and reduce the cost of signalling (requires very few or no line side components) Reduce the number of physical balisesand improve the precision of the odometry Improveavailabilityof thesupplychainvisibility informationforlogisticcompanies -Georeferenced cargo status monitoring -Corridoring, GeofencingAsset management Improve monitoring of the railway assets both for operators and Infrastructure ManagersCargo monitoringPassenger information systems Improve precision and availability of positioning for on board PIS
  9. 9. Role of EGNOS in Rail The future: EGNOS V3 under development, offering multifrequency/multiconstellationaugmentation, will further improve accuracy and reliability of the positioning information EGNOS is key for safety relevant railway applications! integritydelivered by EGNOS is the enabler of GNSS based positioning in railway signalling accuracy improved by EGNOS is offering improved precision of positioning for free, which can further contribute to efficiency of train localisation in ERTMS Due to the difficult rail environment, any safety relevant GNSS based solution must be complemented by additional sensors to cover availability gaps
  10. 10. Challenges for EGNOS Railway stakeholders need to define requirements in the difficult railway environment UNISIG is working on defininguser requirements with the support of GSA Unlike in Aviation, railway is suffering multipath effects and signal outages (cuttings, tunnels, urban canyons) Minimum requirements on GNSS are difficult to define. There is a need for and require additional performance testing to be conducted by railway experts with the support of the satellite industry Results of FP7 projects addressing the issue of additional sensor integration (ex. odometer, eddy current sensor) are available for railway experts
  11. 11. Objectivedevelopment of a safety relevant satellite based on- board train localisation unit to be used on low density railway lines EGNOS relevance GaLoROIis using EGNOS to provide integrity and increased positioning accuracy in combination with Eddy current sensors R&D -Low density line signalling Project name: GaLoROI
  12. 12. Objectivedevelopment and demonstration of innovative GNSS Safety of Life rail application for the train control, speed supervision, traffic control and traffic management of UIC-E lines (low density lines) EGNOS relevance The innovative conception of safely integrated signalling, train control and traffic management is based on integrity powered by EGNOS R&D -Low density line signallingProject name: SATLOC
  13. 13. Objectives verification of the suitability of EGNSS (including EGNOS and Galileo early services) for safety railway application for low density lines definition and development of safe localization of trains based on EGNSS, aiming at harmonization with ERTMS specifications R&D efforts continue in H2020 A new H2020 projectwill leverage the achievements of FP7 and pave the way for inclusion of E-GNSS into future evolutions of ERTMS
  14. 14. High level strategic roadmap: where we want to be Safety relevant •E-GNSS used for train positioning and odometryin ERTMS •E-GNSS adoptedas one of the key elements of the train command and control solutionsenabling safe and efficient operations on low density lines Non Safety relevant •Railas a key player in the future European multimodal transport •Multi-constellation use of E-GNSSfor multimodal logistics 2020 TARGET WORLDWIDE INSTALLED BASE 57.2 275.8 2014 2020 Thousands CAGR +30% Revenue (m€) 6.7 71.1
  15. 15. High level strategic roadmap: how to get there Safety relevant •Performance tests in the frame of R&D and joint activities with UNISIG activities •Support UNISIG and Next Generation Train Control project in their effort to define requirements in the difficult railway environment and defining virtual balise •Implementation of technical solution into ERTMS specifications Non Safety relevant Support the establishment of standardised, E-GNSS enabled asset and cargo tracking solutions for positioning of rail as a key player in the future European multimodal transport STRATEGY
  16. 16. THANK YOU Gian-GherardoCalini Market Development Department