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[ Capella Day 2019 ] Feedback on deployment of Capella at RATP

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Matthieu Connen & Maxime Piot, RATP

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[ Capella Day 2019 ] Feedback on deployment of Capella at RATP

  1. 1. RATP - moving towards a better city Feedback on deployment of Capella at the RATP 16/09/2019| Matthieu CONNEN – Maxime PIOT INGÉNIERIE
  2. 2. Agenda 01 Presentation of the RATP group 02 Appropriation and Deployment process 03 Feedback on ARCADIA and CAPELLA deployment
  3. 3. Group presentation and main engineering challenges Presentation of the RATP group
  4. 4. 4 Moving towards a better city Operating in 12 countries 63000 staff members +1,1% Increasing passenger traffic € 1.579 M Invested in the Île de France region €820 M To upgrade the network And maintain its infrastructures €620 M On line extensions (metro/tram) €140 M Upgrading stations and passenger informations
  5. 5. 5 4 designs to be carried out at the same time Ambitious rolling stock renewal programs for the next 10 years 2022 : new rolling stock « TW20 » for tramway lines 2020 : new rolling stock « MP14 » for automated metro lines 2024 : new rolling stock « MF19 » for manual driving lines 2025 : new rolling stock « MING » for the commuter rail line RER B
  6. 6. 6 Modernisation of 13 RATP railway lines Several system integrations to be performed Tramway TW20 : 1 lines Metro MP14 : 3 lines Metro MF19 : 8 lines Train MING: 1 co-operated line
  7. 7. 7 Our Challenge Optimize our systems engineering approach to manage the complexity of different contexts and have a greater cross-functional approach
  8. 8. How we have deployed CAPELLA on RATP’s context 02 Appropriation and Deployment process
  9. 9. 9 What “Complexity” means at the RATP? Transport Power supply Radio communications Video surveillance Passengers information Ticketing Fire safety … A broad range of solutions to design and maintain
  10. 10. 10 From global system to products Here’s Matthieu Here’s Maxime Challenge : System integration on railway projects Challenge : Design new train-related services Designing & Assembling services & products Designing services and products interface modelisation functional exchange modelisation System designer Project system architect
  11. 11. 11 The System designers design their systems and generate specifications for their suppliers From products to projects The Projects System Architects integrate the whole system by assembling the individual designs The Projects System Architects instantiate, when possible, the designs for each project context
  12. 12. 12 CAPELLA appropriation and deployment strategy Cautious and iterative strategy Priority on high-value usages Minimise risks on our projects
  13. 13. 13 Modélisation – Principes de montée en compétence Definition Usage : the way we use CAPELLA to improve a specific engineering task
  14. 14. 14 Modélisation – Principes de montée en compétence Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Goal: select, test, qualify and disseminate valuable usages Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage
  15. 15. 15 Modélisation – Principes de montée en compétence Definition Qualified usage : - Is rewarding - Is adapted to our organization - Is adapted to users skills - Does not introduce critical risks to the project - Is ready to be spread in the organization
  16. 16. 16 Modélisation – Principes de montée en compétence Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Qualified usage Goal: select, test, qualify and disseminate valuable usages Possible usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Potential usage Usage qualification process
  17. 17. 17 Application opportunity on a project Mocked-up usage « Combat proven » usage REX, capitalisation, dissemination, training Application on a project Qualified usage Tested usage Concepts clarification, usage limits and quick test Candidate usage From Possible usage to Qualified usage Mockup ROI and risk analysis RATP context Possible usage Identification of candidate usages (i.e.: usage with potential added value)
  18. 18. 18 Mocked-up usage « Combat proven » usage Qualified usage Tested usage Candidate usage Exemples of usages status Possible usage Documents generation Simulations Failure modes analysis using CAPELLA model Model mutualization between Product and Project System architects Architecture verification
  19. 19. How we use CAPELLA and why modelisation is important for our projects 04 Feedback on ARCADIA and CAPELLA deployment
  20. 20. 20 Benefits of CAPELLA (and ARCADIA Method) Co-working Capella helps us sharing ideas and concepts thanks to one common language Structuration Separation between OA, SA and LA helps us clarifying design responsibilities within our organization Mutualization Capella eases design mutualization for multiple projects through model sharing Coherence Capella helps us to guarantee coherence thanks to automatic update and verification of diagrams Publishing M2DOC allows us to continue to publish the usual documentation with all the benefits of the model- based work Time saving CAPELLA allows us to instantiate several modernization projects in a short time and produce key documents
  21. 21. 21 Next steps Within RATP • Qualify more usages • Share the feedback • Train staff • Formalize methods
  22. 22. 22 Next steps Waiting for CAPELLA • Ease beautyfying activities (diagrams organisation, printable view) • Improve generated diagrams around functional chains (SFCD, LFCD, ES) • Ease model exploration from macro to micro and from OA to LA • More ergonomic management of libraries • More ergonomic way of updating users environment (CAPELLA + plugins)
  23. 23. 23 To conclude Co-workingStructuration Mutualization Coherence Publishing Time saving
  24. 24. Matthieu CONNEN System Architect T. +33 1 587 71264 matthieu.connen@ratp.fr Contacts Maxime PIOT System Architect T. +33 1 58 77 16 77 maxime.piot@ratp.fr

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