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UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman GSM-R is becoming IP ready Robert SARFATI Operators’

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1 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman GSM-R is becoming IP ready Robert SARFATI Operators’ Group Chairman ETSI Technical Committee Rail Chairman SYSTRA FIRSE

2 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Background: GSM-R an European choice  In Europe, existing standard technologies were considered for the new digital radio technology, The choice of GSM was finalized in  GSM-R standards were developed based on GSM R99 technology and included all railways specific requirements and an allowance of a specific additional frequency range  Functional Numbering  Location Dependent Addressing  High speed – up to 500 km/h  Voice Group Call Service (VGCS)  Voice Broadcast Service (VBS)  Enhanced Multi Level Precedence and Pre- emption (eMLPP)  All functionalities available for GSM-R including  General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)  Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution  Enhanced Location Dependent Addressing (eLDA)  Enhanced Railway Emergency Call (eREC)  Short Message Service to Functional Number Railway functional Requirements (EIRENE) GSM enhancements for railways ( ETSI EN301515) ) Standard GSM functionality l Applications

3 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman GSM-R is a worldwide standard, developed within the frame of the GSM ETSI standards to include Rail & Transport needs. -It includes a dedicated radio spectrum for exclusive rail use, all over Europe. -It is the bearer for ETCS and Track-to-Train radio. -It allows for evolution towards Packet Switching GPRS/EGPRS -It includes features specific for Railways operations. -It includes a dedicated European Frequency Band ( / MHz) with extension possible within ( / MHz) and other GSM frequency bands* such as the 1800 MHz for worldwide application. Functionalities ensured by GSM-R * As listed in ETSI TS

4 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Standardization: a continuous process Phase Rel '99 Rel-4 Rel-N Rel-12 GSM 3GPP/UMTS/LTE GPRS EGPRS Rel '99: Release 1999

5 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman GSM-R current status 5

6 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman From an European standard In most of the European Countries GSM-R is in operation and ETCS L2 roll out is relying on GSM-R: 70,000 km of track are in GSM-R operation just in Europe and 84,000 km more are planned to be covered in addition.*) *) source: UIC e-News 311

7 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman To a worldwide standard With Contracts awarded** in:  India  Turkey  Saudi//UAE/Qatar/Oman  Algeria/Libya/Morocco/Tunisia  South Africa  Australia  China  Russia/Turkmenistan * Source: Kapsch CarrierCom, Nokia Siemens Networks - GSM-R in operation ** Source UIC and GSM-R IG GSM-R is expanding worldwide: 138,000 km are planned to be covered outside Europe. *

8 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman GSM-R phased evolution 8

9 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman From the European Legislation perspective MoU ERTMS– A Memorandum of Understanding ERTMS was signed between the European Commission, European Railway Agency and the Rail Sector Organisations :  The Parties note the commitment of the GSM-R Industry Group members to the long-term support of GSM-R technology, at least until Nevertheless telecommunications systems usually have a much shorter life cycle than signalling systems. For this reason, it should be possible to replace the 'telecommunications part of on- board equipment without this having an impact on the 'safety critical signalling path.  Today ETCS applications work with GSM-R circuit- switched services. It does seem possible, however, to use packet-switch systems (e.g. GPRS) and, in the longer term, other IP-based standards, without impacting on the ETCS specifications. 9

10 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman From the European Mandates perspective  Two Mandates were notified and endorsed by CEN/CENELEC and ETSI.  Mandate M/483 – Mandate for programming and standardization addressed to the European Standardization Organizations under Directive 2008/57/EC in the field of the interoperability of the rail system within the European Union.  Mandate M/486 – Mandate for programming and standardization addressed to the European Standardization Bodies in the field of urban rail. 10

11 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Bandwidth Driver Look Ahead CCTV Real time passenger video information Mail, WEB for passengers Broadband Narrow Band & Mission Critical Applications Train Radio ETCS Operation and Maintenance Teams Train Maintenance crew applications  Red – Railway Network supported applications Step 1: Needs analysis Critically for Railway Operations  Blue – Potential Parallel networks supported applications

12 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Step 2: NSS and FTS Migration FTS From R99 To R4 BICN  NSS:  From R99 to BICN R4 Core Network architecture and PS Roaming Exchange  NSS to FTS:  SIP introduction at Interface, VRS with IP interface.  Transmission network  IP Guideline  IP QoS  GPRS/EGPRS for ETCS Growing, improved applications BSC BTS BSS Foreign Network BICN: Bearer Independent Core Network PS : Packet Switching IP: Internet Protocol QoS: Quality of Service SIP: Session Initiation Protocol

13 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Step 3: BSS & Terminals Migration  NSS: From R4 to R4+ Core Network architecture and features  NSS to FTS: SIP phase 2 introduction at Interface  Transmission network : IP introduction within distribution network  IP BSS:  “Full IP end to end interface over the Abis interface of BSS”  Terminals  Software Defined Radio  VoIP over the Air interface FTS From R99 To R4+ features BSC BTS BSS Foreign Network IP: Internet Protocol FTS: Fixed Terminal System SIP: Session Initiation Protocol VOIP: Voice Over IP NSS: Network Subsystem BSS: Bas Station Subsystem

14 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman Conclusion  The analysis showed that communication technology evolution is not complete, but the IP based technology is the only stable platform.  The worldwide evolution shows that GSM/UMTS is still a long term technology for voice and preserves more than 80% of railways assets while evolving toward IP.  The roadmap should be « railways needs evolution » based, not « technology only » driven.  It shall, if possible, address “all transport” needs, and if feasible worldwide through a 3GPP type organization.  GSMR-IP is Global, allows from the Shelves delivery, ensures Multi-supplier environment, is Reliable, prepared for Innovation and answers Promises.

15 UIC ERTMS World Conference Istanbul, 2 April 2014 Robert Sarfati – SYSTRA UIC Operators Group Chairman THANK YOU UIC ERTMS/GSM-R Operator’s Group Chairman European Telecommunications Standard Institute Rail Telecoms Chairman


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