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1 © Siemens AG All rights reserved.siemens.com/answers Marmaray A Solution for a High-speed, Cross-urban Application

2 Page 2UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Marmaray Project The Marmaray Project, a core element of Turkey’s rail investment plan, includes design, execution and completion of the upgrading of 64 km of Istanbul’s commuter rail system plus the construction of a railway tunnel under the Bosphorus Strait (another 13 km section). This significant infrastructure project will provide a seamless high-capacity commuter rail system, an inter-city passenger service and a freight link between Europe and Asia. The Gebze – Halkali section is part of the Ankara – Istanbul corridor and serves transport needs not only for the city of Istanbul and its hinterland, but also for the whole of Turkey.

3 Page 3UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens’ scope of supply Trains fully operated in ATO (GoA 2) by means of Trainguard SIRIUS CBTC Siemens’ portion of the project includes the design, supply, testing and commissioning of: Trainguard FUTUR 1300 ERTMS Level 1 Trainguard SIRIUS CBTC Trackguard Westrace electronic interlocking; train detection systems (jointless track circuits and axle counters) and LED wayside signals Controlguide OCS Rail 9000 (CTC) Controlguide OCS Rail 9000 SCADA and telecommunication systems The contract also includes: maintenance of the trackside and rolling stock for two years (option for a further five years) Siemens’ Maintenance Management System for staff and asset management

4 Page 4UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Project description HalkaliYedikuleAyrılıkçeşmePendikGebze V1 V2 V3 V1 V2 V3 CR3 BC1 & CR3 Kazlıçeşme İbrahimağa BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3 surface subsurface

5 Page 5UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Project description T1 T2 T3 T1 T2 T3 CR3 BC1 & CR3 TRAINGUARD FUTUR 1300 – ERTMS LEVEL 1 MAINLINE, HIGH-SPEED AND FREIGHT OPERATION BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3 surface subsurface

6 Page 6UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Project description T1 T2 T3 T1 T2 T3 CR3 BC1 & CR3 TRAINGUARD SIRIUS – CBTC SYSTEM COMMUTER TRAINS BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3 surface subsurface

7 Page 7UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Project description T1 T2 T3 T1 T2 T3 CR3 BC1 & CR3 THIS IS THE FIRST EXPERIENCE OF COMBINING ETCS AND CBTC OPERATION IN THE WORLD BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3 surface subsurface

8 Page 8UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Line operation High-capacity CBTC system ATO Trainguard SIRIUS Trackguard Westrace Mk II Clearguard FS3000 Operations control center in Maltepe (backup OCC in Halkali) Interoperability between Marmaray Tunnel and the Turkish rail network via ETCS High-speed line to Ankara Trainguard FUTUR 1300 Trackguard Westrace Mk II Clearguard FS3000

9 Page 9UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. CONTROLGUIDE OCS RAIL9000

10 Page 10UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Maltepe OCS

11 Page 11UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Key Block processor Local control panel Interlocking Point machine Secondary train detection ATO ATP Doppler APR reader Taco Radio APR transponder ATS servers Signals Radio antennas LTMS Maintainer’s control terminal Signaling equipment room Control center Network communications Radio link Control center equipment room Signaling network communications Rail 9000 automatic train supervision WESTRACE computer-based interlocking SIRIUS CBTC automatic train protection SIRIUS CBTC automatic train operation Radio antennas Operations servers Maintenance center CBTC system description

12 Page 12UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. BP 1 Area R 2R 1 BP / TCC R 3 R 4 BP / TCC R 5 BP 2 Area Handover C1C1 C1C1 C1C1 C2C2 C2C2 C3C3 C3C3 C4C4 C4C4 C1C1 C3C3 The line is divided into Block Processor areas. In each BP area there are two or more active radio channels. Hand over process between different radio areas is automatic. Change between different BP Control areas is seamless. R 6 Radio architecture

13 Page 13UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Block processor Interlocking Radio The train calculates its location based on reading APRs (balises), and sends it to the block processor via the onboard radio. The BP receives location info from all trains and the route status from the Interlocking, and calculates the movement authority for the train. The movement authority will be sent to the train. It will include all geo-localized and non-geo-localized TSR data that will allow the train to calculate its braking curve. The train is safely supervised to within its braking curve to ensure that it can never exceed its issued movement authority. SIRIUS How does it work?

14 Page 14UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Block processor Interlocking Radio A non-fitted train or a failed train location is detected by the occupancy of track circuits or axle counters. The interlocking sends the track circuit status to the block processor. After detecting the non-reporting train, the block processor will send movement authorities to the SIRIUS train, as constrained by track circuit occupancy. The movement authority will be sent to the train. The safety factor will consider the fact that a non-registered train is in front. The train calculates its braking curve to ensure that the end of the movement authority is not exceeded. Non-reporting train SIRIUS Non-fitted or failed train

15 Page 15UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Block processor Interlocking Radio Entry point The interlocking sends the track section status to the block processor. The block processor checks if the train is a controlled train. If it is a non-reporting train, it will constrain movement authorities with physical occupancies. The movement authority will be sent as constrained by the track section. occupancy The train calculates its braking curve to ensure that the end of the movement authority is not exceeded. Non-reporting train SIRIUS Non-fitted train detection

16 Page 16UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Siemens Rail Automation for Cross Urban applications ETCS L2ETCS L1CBTC Marmaray Crossrail Thameslink Madrid commuter lines Auckland Kolkata Metro Especially requirements from Cross Urban Applications will bring CBTC and ERTMS closer together. Shift2Rail is an EU initiative starting in 2015 addressing the synergies in terms of platforms and functionalities as there are among others: ATO Moving Block IP radio

17 Page 17UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Crossrail – signaling and control system Task: enhancement of inner-city transportation and connection of main lines Quality of service: optimal utilization of infrastructure and rolling stock

18 Page 18UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. Algeria Australia Austria Belgium China Czech Republic Finland Germany Greece Hungary India Kazakhstan Luxembourg Siemens’ worldwide ETCS references – for ETCS L1, L2 Wayside and OBU Source: Internal; UNISIG Marketing Group, ETCS Database 1) 1) via TETRA ETCS L1, L2 Wayside + OBU ETCS L2 Wayside + OBU ETCS L1 Wayside + OBU ETCS L2 Wayside ETCS L1 Wayside ETCS OBU Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Poland Romania Saudi Arabia Slovakia Spain Switzerland Tunisia Turkey United Kingdom

19 Page 19UIC ERTMS World Conference 2014 David Sanz / IC MOL RA ML © Siemens AG All rights reserved. David Sanz García Head of Center of Competence Wayside Systems in Mainline IC MOL RA ML WSS2 Avda. Castilla San Fernando de Henares Tel.: Mobile: siemens.com/answers


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