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1 Development of Intellectual High Speed Rail Transport Moscow, 2 November 2011

2 2 Ansaldo STS Ansaldo STS, listed on the Star segment of the Milan Stock Exchange, is an international leading technology company operating in the Global Railway & Mass Transit Transportation Business with the provision of turn-key systems, traffic management, planning, train control, signalling systems, components and services. It acts as lead contractor and system integrator on major projects worldwide.

3 3 Ansaldo STS – Main references New York Metro Los Angeles Metro (Green Line) Manchester Node & Metrolink Italian High- Speed Lines Roma Termini CBI Roma, Napoli, Milano, Brescia, Genova Metro Madrid-Lerida High-Speed Line Channel Tunnel Copenhagen Driverless Underground Shanghai Metro Kuala Lumpur LRT Hamersley Iron/Rio Tinto France TGV Jacksonville CTC China & Korea High-Speed Omaha OTP Gaborone - Francistown Line

4 Ansaldo STS Experience on High Speed Lines

5 5 References - High Speed Lines SOUTH KOREA Seoul – Pusan FRANCE - All TGV Lines TGV Méditerranée TGV Nord - Europe TGV Rhône - Alpes TGV Est TGV Atlantique UK - Channel Section 1 & 2 CHINA Quinhuangdao – Shenyang Shijiazhuang – Taiyuan Zhengzhou-Xi’an ITALY Milano - Bologna Bologna - Firenze Roma - Napoli Torino - Novara Novara - Milano SPAIN - Madrid - Lleida FRANCE – BELGIUM Paris – Brussels HS Link SPAIN – FRANCE HS Link Figueres - Perpignan * UIC, Union of International railways, ”High Speed - Rail’s leading asset for customers and society”, November 2005 According to UIC*, 56% of all HS lines in the world have been equipped with Ansaldo STS technologies (excl. Japan) Ansaldo STS pioneered the High-Speed Era by supplying the signalling system for the first LGV line in revenue service (Paris - Lyon) in 1981 GERMANY Saarbruken - Mannheim LIBYA Ras Ajdir – Sirth Al Hisha – Sabha Sirth - Benghazi KAZAKHSTAN Zhetygen - Korgas

6 6 Italian High-Speed Network – Case Study KmCBI (Stations) RBCControl Centre Links Roma- Napoli Torino-Novara Novara-Milano4 Milano-Bologna Bologna-Firenze ASTS has provided signalling and automation solutions for all high-speed projects in Italy.

7 7 Spanish High-Speed Network – Case Study Madrid – Lerida HS Line

8 Subsystems of a High-Speed Line: ITARUS-ATC

9 9 Objectives of the ITARUS-ATC system Use the best technologies available on the Russian and Italian sides Increase the performances and safety of the existing lines and stations Reduce the cost of maintenance Use centralized equipment (reducing the equipment along the line) Use satellite technologies (GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO) to locate the train and radio technologies to supervise the train from track-side, in a fail-safe way Realize a modular system (the same structure can be used for different applications and different operating requirements) Develop a common system suitable also for third countries

10 10 Satellite Navigation ERTMS Russian Equipment ITARUS-ATC It does not take into account some advanced principles required by Russian Railway, so it is not applicable as it is The new ITARUS-ATC system

11 11 References – ERTMS / ETCS Italy Rome - Naples HSL, lev. 2 Turin - Milan HSL, lev. 2 Milan - Florence HSL, lev. 2 Florence - Arezzo, lev. 1&2 Main and Reg. Lines, SCMT / lev. 1 Onboard - lev. 1 Onboard - lev. 2 Greece Onboard - lev. 1 Sweden, Norway & Finland STM Nordic UK Cambrian Coast - lev. 2 Romania Campina - Predeal lev. 1 India Chennai - Gummudipundi - lev. 1 Delhi - Agra - lev. 1 Onboard lev. 1 South Korea Seoul - Pusan - Onboard lev. 1 Czech Republic Poříčany - Kolín - lev. 2 Onboard lev. 2 Belgium - Netherlands Onboard lev. 1&2 Spain - France Figueres - Perpignan - lev. 1&2 Spain Madrid - Lleida - lev. 1&2 Onboard - lev. 1&2 France LGV Est European - lev. 2 Tournan - Marles en Brie - lev. 1&2 Onboard - lev. 1&2 Onboard - lev. 2 Austria – Hungary Vienna - Budapest - lev. 1 Germany Saarbrücken - Mannheim Lev. 1&2 China Shijiazhuang - Taiyuan – CTCS 2 Onboard CTCS 2 Zhengzhou-Xi’an – lev. 2 Turkey Bogazköprü-Ulukisla-Yenicelev. Lev. 1 Mersin-Toprakkale Lev. 1 On-board Lev. 1 Russia ITARUS-ATC Lev.2 Libya Ras Ajdir – Sirth, Al Hisha-Sabha, Sirth – Benghazi Lev. 1&2 Kazakhstan Zhetygen - Korgas Lev.2

12 12 Satellite Navigation Satellite navigation will be implemented to localize the train in a fail-safe way, replacing Eurobalises

13 13 New ITARUS-ATC system Centralized CTC System ABTC-M Existing Interlocking Wayside equipment RBC KLUB-U + AIRBS AUDIO FREQUENCY TRACK CIRCUITS KLUB-U + AIRBS

14 14 The Radio Block Centre (RBC) SIL 4 Certification 2-out-of-3 Architecture Up to 120 Trains In operation since Feb RBC being commissioned world-wide

15 Intellectual Satellite-Based Train Control Systems Suitable For High Speed Lines

16 16 Starting Point: Train control systems know-how based on the ERTMS/ETCS consolidated standard and the need to provide more efficient solutions. Goals: use of GNSS satellite positioning to reduce/eliminate trackside equipment (like balises) and adoption of alternative (wireless and satellite) telecommunication networks. Radio Block Centre Radio System Sat Comm’s GNSS GNSS Receiver Accelerometer, Odometer Telecommunication Data Base and Maps Train Central Equipment Integrated Train Terminal Trackside Equipment GNSS Support Service GNSS Local Elements Pseudo-satellites Reference Stations Differential Corrections SBAS SATCOM Gateways Background

17 17 Satellite-Based Train Control System: Dev. Plan Test campaign with RFI (Italian Railways) Projects funded by Eu-Commission Projects to be funded by ESA-ASI Ansaldo STS has recently reviewed and strengthened its plans for the development of new satellite-based train management systems.

18 18 User Segment Building Blocks Train On-board system Positioning Test equipment Positioning Test equipment SATCOM Terminal SATCOM Terminal GNSS Receivers GNSS Receivers Space Segment Application Test and Validation platform Application Test and Validation platform EGNOS Support Services (EDAS) EGNOS Support Services (EDAS) Localisation And Comm’s Local Elements Localisation And Comm’s Local Elements Simulation, Test and Analysis equipments Simulation, Test and Analysis equipments Ground Segment GPS – GLONASS – EGNOS-GALILEO SATCOM Radio Block Center Radio Block Center

19 19 GSM TETRA Public GSM 1 Satellite GSM-3G TLC Network Solutions TETRA  use available networks  networks aggregation Mobile router  dedicated network  fiber optic backhauling  satellite backhauling 1 3  dedicated network  gap filler for tunnels  GSM or WiFi Other Possible Telecommunication Networks

20 20 Reference architecture based on: SIL4 Localiser on board the train Augmentation network Multi-constellation GNSS (GPS, Glonass + Galileo by 2015) LDS Reference Architecure Performance evaluation Univ.of Roma

21 21 SATLOC Project and Ansaldo STS role Ansaldo STS has renegotiated its role with the UIC and GSA (European Galileo Supervisory Authority) for the forthcoming SATLOC project obtaining a leading role for the System Requirement Specifications and Test Procedures for Certification of the LDS, as well as for the definition of a solution in line with the ERTMS/ETCS standard. The goal of SATLOC is to define a common strategy in order to introduce satellite technologies in the railways domain and foster the interoperability with different constellations (such as EGNOS-Galileo and Glonass).

22 22 SATLOC Project and Opportunities of Cooperation We believe that SATLOC is strategic for the European-Russian cooperation in the rail sector and for this reason we have convinced GSA to include the Russian requirements as a reference for the common specifications. UIC has already invited NIIAS to join the project. In the next months we will define the architecture of a satellite-based train management system (with a SIL4 satellite localiser) to be tested on a real scenario, and this could be an additional opportunity to use this test bed in order to evaluate the ITARUS-ATC system jointly developed by NIIAS and Ansaldo STS.

23 23 Satellite-Based Train Control System Platform (project to be funded by ASI-ESA) SatelliteTechnology LDS TLC terminal Software-defined railway navigation Design Development Prototyping Tests and assessment of specifications  WP1 User Requirements  Railways application scenarios & overall system requirements  GNSS requirements  TLC requirements  WP2 Design & Performance analyses assessment & specifications  GNSS architecture  LDS  TLC network  SW-defined navigation platform  WP3 Prototyping  LDS  Train-borne terminal  SW-defined navigation platform  WP4 Test campaign  Test requirements and train test-bed  Test equipment set up  Test campaign (3 months)  Test review

24 Subsystems of a High-Speed Line: Computer-Based Interlockings

25 25 References – Computer-based Interlockings (CBI) State-of-the-art technology: ACC, Microlok ®, Multi-Station ACC ITALY Roma, Torino, Napoli, Genova MALAYSIA Tanjung Pelepas, Rawang Ipoh, Westport, KL Monorail, Seremban & KL Sentral UK - Manchester South PORTUGAL - Lisbon USA Los Angeles - Green Line Long Island Rail Road Jamaica New York - Metro North Dallas - DART Chicago - CTA Blue Line CHINA - Beijing to Hong Kong - Jing Liu Line INDIA Over 100 Stations Throughout India AUSTRALIA Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia & South Australia DENMARK - Copenhagen SWEDEN - Roslagsbanan line FINLAND - Ratahallintokeskus CHINA - Shanghai Metro Line 2 BOTSWANA 8 stations BANGLADESH 16 stations SPAIN TURKEY LIBYA More than 3,000 stations in the world equipped with ASTS CBI

26 26 CBI Multi-Station – Main References LineLength (Km) StationsTractionControl Centre Periph. Posts Track Circ. PointsLevel Cross. Speed (Km/h) Trento-Malè (ITALY) KV Roma –Pantano (ITALY) 1043 KV Merano-Malles (ITALY) 609Diesel Milano-Bologna HS Line (ITALY) KV Cheadle Hulme (UK) 151 junc.25 KV Sandbach- Wilmslow (UK) KV Belo Horizonte (BRASIL) 1223 KV

27 27 CBI Multi-Station – Architecture Central Post MS CBI CTC Peripheral Location Station A Peripheral Location Station N Point MachinesSignals Other field devices Control Centre Stations Wayside

28 28 CBI Multi-Station – Main Advantages Highest levels of reliability and availability, thanks to reduction of installed hw, predictive diagnostics functions and adoption of redundant architecture Lower maintenance costs Centralized safe management of stations and spans If required, possible local command and control of single stations Centralized safe visualizations and commands Flexible architecture which can be easily extended Simplified link between neighbour stations, removing traditional linking cables Optimized maintenance, without the interruption of the system

29 29 Ansaldo STS - MMI of the CBI in Roma Termini

30 Subsystems of a High-Speed Line: Supervision, Traffic Management & SCADA

31 31 References – Supervision, Traffic Manag. & SCADA MALAYSIA - Kuala Lumpur CTC CHINA - Hong Kong Metro Lantau Airport Express Station Management System ITALY Genova - Roma Line Bari - Bologna Line Venezia Railway Junction Firenze - Roma Line National Integrated Traffic supervision system Railtrack plc Network Management Centre CSX - Next Generation Dispatching System Genova Napoli BRAZIL - Belo Horizonte CHINA - Shanghai Line 2 DENMARK - Copenhagen FRANCE - Lyons SWEDEN - Roslgsbaban UK - Newcastle Metro USA - Boston (MBTA) USA - Pittsburgh (PAAC) AUSTRALIA- Perth, North West, North East Coast INDIA – Ghaziabad- Kanpur BOTSWANA – 622 kms Main Line TUNISIA – Tunis Ville and Borj Cedria TURKEY – Bogazköprü-Ulukisla-Yenice Mersin-Toprakkale LIBYA Ras Ajdir – Sirth Al Hisha – Sabha Sirth - Benghazi KAZAKHSTAN – Zhetygen - Korgas

32 32 ASTS Italian Traffic Management Systems Genova Junction West Coast Line Venezia Junction East Coast Line Palermo Junct. Napoli Junction Bologna- Brennero Line Lenght (Km) Stations equipped with Relay IXL Stations equipped with CBI Stops Secondary Stops Maintenance Sites CTC Digital I/O Channels6,28817,18415,77423,61627,0006,3529,822 D&M Digital I/O Channels7,85621,93616,08024,41618,0009,08811,374 D&M Analogical I/O Channels2,8487,5205,6168,64013,0002,7203,488

33 33 ASTS Italian Traffic Management Systems In revenue operation: Genova junction (650 t/d) Venezia junction (630 t/d) Napoli junction (1150 t/d) West Coast line (500 t/d) East Coast line (590 t/d) Bologna-Brennero line (400 t/ d) Palermo junction (490 t/d)

34 34 Main Subsystems 1. Traffic Subsystem Remote Traffic Control Traffic Forecasting & Optimisation 2. D&M Subsystem System diagnostics SCC equipment diagnostics 3. Passengers Information Subsystem 4. CCTV, Anti-intrusion system, Fire Detection and Emergency Management Subsystem 5. SCADA

35 35 Some ASTS Traffic Management Centres

36 Train Conformity Check System For High-Speed Lines

37 37 Train Conformity Check System

38 38 Train Conformity Check System TCCS (Train Conformity Check System) automatically acquires and processes measurement data for all trains with the scope of detecting a series of rolling stock defects, which: ➢ May be a cause of an accident and/or, ➢ Indicate the need of corrective maintenance of rolling stock and/or, ➢ Would cause infrastructure damage or abnormal wear. Acquired data may be used for predictive maintenance modeling (rolling stock and infrastructure).

39 Conclusions

40 40 Solutions specially adapted by Ansaldo STS and NIIAS for the Russian market. Solutions specially developed by Ansaldo STS and NIIAS for High- Speed Lines. Undisputed leadership of Ansaldo STS in the sector of technologies for high-speed railway lines. Undisputed leadership of NIIAS in Russia, above all in the sectors of on-board equipment, automatic blocking, audio-frequency track circuits and innovative intellectual systems. Proven and consolidated experience of Ansaldo STS in managing big contracts all over the world. Benefits of ASTS and NIIAS Joint Solutions

41 41 Thank you Contact: Mr. Fabrizio De Rossi Sales Area Manager – Russia, CIS & Balkans Sales & Business Development Dept. Ph: Mob: , ,


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