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Edgar Thielmann European Commission June 2009 EUROPEAN COMMISSION European GNSS Programmes Galileo and EGNOS.

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1 Edgar Thielmann European Commission June 2009 EUROPEAN COMMISSION European GNSS Programmes Galileo and EGNOS

2 | 2 EGNOS

3 | 3 Definition Phase IOP Phase EGNOSProgrammePhases EGNOS Timeline Regional Infrastructure & Services IOP … Initial Operations Operational Phase (Long Term Operations, Extensions, Replenishments)

4 | 4 EGNOS System Architecture 2 Support Facilities 6 Navigation Land Earth Stations GPS & GLONASS Users & Service Providers 34 Ranging & Integrity Monitoring Stations (RIMS) 3 GEO Satellites 4 Mission Control Centres

5 | 5 ServiceTransmission Means Typical User CommunitiesGuarantee of Service Open ServiceL1 frequencyPedestrian, in-car navigation None Safety of Life Service L1 frequencyAviation, maritime, railwayCompliance to ICAO standards (certification) EGNOS Data Access Server (EDAS) Ground networkPedestrian, in-car navigation, research (e.g. atmospheric, tectonics), high-accuracy Compliance to SLA when commercialisation will start SLA … Service Level Agreement, EDAS … EGNOS Data Access Server EGNOS Services

6 | 6 ServiceAccuracyService StatusExpected Lifetime Open ServiceTypical vertical and horizontal positioning accuracy in the centre of Europe around 1m (spec: 3m horizontal, 4m vertical) SIS available, declaration of "entry into service" planned for late years Safety of Life Service Same accuracy as Open Service. SoL service levels compliant to ICAO SARPS definition for APV1 Test SIS available, declaration of "entry into service" planned for mid years EGNOS Data Access Server (EDAS) Corrections provided by terrestrial network allow for sub-meter accuracy locally or regionally through additional processing Experimental service available since years SIS … Signal in Space, SARPS … Standards and Recommended Practices, SoL … Safety of Life EGNOS Services – Current Status

7 | 7 Phased approach:. Phase 1: prototyping (2008) » EDAS data free-of-charge » No guarantee/liability » 12 months duration minimum. Phase 2: commercial exploitation (from 2009) » Example of applications : road transport in urban areas Value-added service provider End users User-specific information EGNOS Data Access Service (EDAS) EGNOS data (real-time):. RIMS raw observations. SBAS messages

8 | 8 EGNOS Performance (January 2009) APV … Approach with vertical guidance Source: Service Management Report ESSP for January 2009

9 | 9 EGNOS Programme Status. EGNOS is already broadcasting signals of excellent quality. 2009: » Assets have been transferred from ESA to the European Community in April 2009 » First EGNOS operator contract as of 1 st April 2009 » OS declaration of "entry into service" planned for late 2009 » EC has finalized the procurement and lease of an EGNOS transponder to replace ARTEMIS as of 2011 » Procurement action ongoing for replacement of 2nd EGNOS transponder » Geographical service extension is under study. 2010: » SOL declaration of "entry into service" planned for mid-2010 (after certification milestone) » EC intends to launch tests to demonstrate the added value of EGNOS for different market segments » GSA web portal for user communities and developers of applications starting early 2010

10 | 10 Depending on the extension area, technical implementation may vary from: Homogeneous extension with deployment of additional RIMS Regional infrastructure including additional processing capabilities MEDA Middle-East Eastern Europe EGNOS Extensions

11 | 11 Aviation was first to recognise EGNOS benefits (mostly GA and smaller airports). EGNOS enables a reduction in the decision height EGNOS competitive space. Allows for IFR-like operation in non ILS-equipped airports. Increase in airports capacity. Increase in safety. Increase in flight capability (e.g. helicopters). Expensive land based navaids can be avoided. Enables their long term decommissioning => lower terminal charges Long-term. General operational benefits » Reduction in angle of approach (direct and curved) » Better lateral guidance

12 | 12 Initial position of identified applications EGNOS added value Segment attractiveness (size, growth) Low Medium High LowMediumHigh Multimodal Transport (Dangerous goods) Specialist tracking (Livestock, City logistics) Road (RUC / PAYD) Inland Waterways (Traffic Management Surveillance) LBS E112 / LBS non regulated Farming (Precision Agriculture) HPP Civil Aviation (APV) Rail Freight Rail Fleet Mgt General Aviation A-SMGCS Road eCall Comm. Veh. Telematics

13 | 13 EGNOS potential (with appropriate market enablers) EGNOS ability to compete Segment attractiveness (size, growth) Low Medium High LowMediumHigh EGNOS ability to compete based on technical performance versus other GNSS solutions e.g. GPS, GPS+Galileo, dGPS in the corresponding application. Multimodal Transport Specialist tracking Road (RUC / PAYD) Inland Waterways LBS E112 / LBS non regulated Farming HPP Civil Aviation (APV) Rail Freight Rail Fleet Mgt General Aviation A-SMGCS Road eCall Comm. Veh. Telematics Road (RUC / PAYD) Inland Waterways (Traffic Management Surveillance) LBS E112 / LBS non regulated Farming (Precision Agriculture) HPP Civil Aviation (APV) Rail Freight Rail Fleet Mgt General Aviation A-SMGCS Road eCall Multimodal Transport (Dangerous goods) Specialist tracking (Livestock, City logistics) Comm. Veh. Telematics

14 | 14 Galileo

15 | 15 Galileo Implementation Plan Galileo System Testbed v1 Validation of critical algorithms Galileo System Testbed v2 2 initial test satellites In-Orbit Validation 4 IOV satellites plus ground segment Full Operational Capability 27 (+3) Galileo satellites

16 | 16 Galileo – 5 Services Open Service Commercial Service Safety of Life Service Search and Rescue Service Free to air; Mass market; Simple positioning Encrypted; High accuracy; Guaranteed service Open Service + Integrity and Authentication of signal Encrypted; Integrity; Continuous availability Near real-time; Precise; Return link feasible Public Regulated Service

17 | 17 Galileo Performance Standards (Dual Frequency) ServiceHorizontal Accuracy (95%) (incl. system margins) Vertical Accuracy (95%) (incl. system margins) Availability*Integrity Open Service4 m8 m> 99.5%NO Commercial Service Detailed performance requirements under elaboration Safety of Life Service 4 m8 m> 99.5%YES (LPV200) Public Regulated Service 4 m8 m> 99.5%YES * Availability figures for global average

18 | 18 Road Market : Road Tolling. Galileo / Egnos can bring : » Better accuracy » Better availability of the signal » Authentication to avoid spoofing » Service guarantee to operators. All receivers will use two or more constellations for better performance : » Galileo + GPS » Galileo + Compass » Galileo + Glonass. Standardization process to be achieved in the interoperability Directive

19 | 19 Satellite navigation tracking: position, date and time, speed, course, respect of pre-defined path, excluded zones, faster emergency operations, etc. Proposal for an EC directive for real time tracking of dangerous materials Aiming first at improving road safety and civil security Should however benefit to hauliers as well as it will help smoothering traffic restrictions Nuclear material as primary target all other kinds of dangerous ggods concerned Road Transport : Dangerous Goods

20 | 20 Road Transport : Monitoring of coaches. New EC directive proposal based on real- time satellite tracking to avoid this : » Monitoring of the itinerary » Real time Access control » Monitoring the driving conditions » Real time info service + automatic eCall for emergency situations

21 | 21 ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems). Safety critical application. Needs total reliability and very high accuracy (up to 10 cm). Galileo required with service guarantee. Certification process to be implemented : which agreed body to do it ?. To be on the market around 2020

22 | 22 Offenders & Asylum seekers Electronic devices attached to offenders Alerts when allowed perimeters are broken Cut prison overcrowding Emergency Services Help emergency team operations Provide route guidance in difficult terrains Civil protection Define and apply keep-away zones Identify location to drop material Police forces Police fleet monitoring Fight against piracy Vehicule and individual traking and tracing PRS applications : Justice & home affairs, civil protection

23 | 23 Conclusions EGNOS will soon enter into its operational phase EGNOS Open Service in 2009 EGNOS Safety of Life Service in 2010 Galileo is at the handover between the development (IOV) and deployment (FOC) phases GIOVE-A, GIOVE-B missions on-going FOC procurement started in July IOV satellites in 2010 Full Operational Capability in 2013 International coordination is an important feature Ensure compatibility as a minimum Achieve interoperability when desired

24 | 24 Thank you for your attention. SOURCE


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