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1 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved WirelessCabin Results WirelessCabin Development and Demonstrator of Wireless Access for Multimedia Services in Aircraft Cabins IST

2 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 2 Outline Business Aspects: Business Model, Billing and Satellite Roadmap Cabin Resource Planning Channel and Interference Modelling Demonstrator Implementation and Trials Trial Results Licensing and Certification Impact/Exploitation

3 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 3 Personal communications Business environment Mobile In-Flight In-flight entertainment

4 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 4 WirelessCabin Objectives UMTS, W-LAN, Bluetooth access to specify a system for wireless aircraft cabin access (UMTS, W-LAN and Bluetooth) to develop a system prototype and demonstrate the services to support mobile, collective networks on the move with protocols for AAA, VPN, mobility, QoS to determine the aircraft indoor cabin propagation channel for UMTS and ISM band to analyse the interference into avionics and terrestrial networks to determine the topology, the capacity and frequency assignment of cabin cellular networks to define an encapsulation protocol to transport the UMTS over Bluetooth to investigate resource management schemes in the cabin

5 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 5 Market, Services, Business

6 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 6 Surveys: Passenger survey ­ ~300 responses to online survey ­ 80% European, 10% US, 10% Asia Pacific ­ ~50% business travellers, ~40% leisure travellers Airline survey ­ 10 different airlines ­ Surveys and workshops Industry survey ­ ~20 companies ­ IFE, wireless, service and operators WirelessCabin Market

7 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 7 WP 3200 Simulation -1- Simulation from 0h to 24h (GMT) 9th May 2002

8 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 8 Satellite Segment Simulation Model Flight routes Satellite coverage Multiservice user&traffic Capacity requirements (peak, average, dynamics …) Business model

9 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 9 Basic Scenario SERVICES Users per flight Max. parallel users Max aggregate data rate to A/C (Kbps) Max aggregate data rate from A/C (Kbps) Max aggregate data rate in cabin (kbps) Voice 33,76657,60 115,20 SMS 42,20N/A0,01 0,02 www 41,092337,033,7040,73 32,65N/A10,376,2216,58 ……………… TOTAL (Kbps) 110,8667,675628,94 Basic set of services Traffic flows mapping Low rate L-band satellite system Useful for aircraft with already operating Inmarsat satcom

10 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 10 Enriched Scenario SERVICES Users per flight Max. parallel users Max aggregate data rate to A/C (Kbps) Max aggregate data rate from A/C (Kbps) Max aggregate data rate in cabin (kbps) ……………... Live TV broadcast 2, ,000,00224,00 Live Radio broadcast 2,002224,000,00224,00 Telemedicine 1164,00 128,00 Cabin surveillance 440,0017,780,00 TOTAL (Kbps) 3475,99171,787190,60 Larger aircraft More cabin services More passenger demand More satellite bandwidth L-band (medium R b ) Regional Ku-band (high R b )

11 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 11 Business Modelling Ingredients Satellite system/constellation – spot beam coverage – flexibility of spot beams Multiservice traffic/capacity model – demand-driven forward calculation – essentially linear and parametric User demand model – for voice, , ftp, www – based on measured demand figures from terrestrial provider (national/international calls) Pricing/revenue model – based on national/international call tariffs from GSM/GPRS perspective

12 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 12 Aircom Business Case Methodology How much would customers really use aero services if: 1.Those services were charged like the equivalent terrestrial services? 2.Customers used the budgets they already have available for those services? Steps: 1.Identify the equivalent services to aero Phone and Internet 2.Provide the tariffing & usage profiles for aero services 3.Map these profiles to the classes the passengers fly 4.Provide revenues and data traffic expected per aircraft, according to the typical cabin configuration 5.Extend the results to the fleets used for North-Atlantic flights

13 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 13 Revenues Traffic ……………………………………………………………………………………….. Case Study: Revenues and Bit Rates for North-Atlantic Route

14 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 14 WP 3200 Example Results Revenue Estimation Dynamic Satellite Load

15 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 15 WirelessCabin System Design

16 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 16 WirelessCabin Architecture Modular services: cellular (GSM, UMTS), W-LAN, Bluetooth Airline chosen segments Services and bandwidth can depend on aircraft type All-IP-based network (also for cellular) Globally routable Independent of satellite segment (all satcoms supported) Scalable Cellular services have core network technology in cabin QoS support Local cabin services Flexible accounting and service provisioning Flying pico-cells are remotely controlled Master-slave architecture for aircom provider Independent from transport network

17 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 17 WirelessCabin Architecture Internet PSTN PLMN Public & Home Network Domains ServiceProviderDomain ServiceIntegrationDomain SAT2 SAT1 TransportDomain WLAN BT UMTS Local Access Domain MASTER SLAVE WirelessCabin Architecture

18 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 18 Cabin Resource Planning

19 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 19 Topology and Capacity Planning Topology and capacity planning required for in-cabin CMHN with challenging characteristics: Traffic mix Satellite capacity In-cabin propagation IEEE b – Bluetooth TM interference A tool that takes into account such characteristics has been developed 3 service scenarios simulated Voice over UMTS + over WLAN in short range a/c Voice over UMTS + over WLAN + voice over Bluetooth TM in short range a/c Voice over UMTS + (www, , streaming) over WLAN + voice over Bluetooth TM in long range a/c

20 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 20 Results and Conclusions: Coverage Propagation conditions in short and long range a/c are not comparable A319: 1 AP per RAT is sufficient for coverage requirements UMTSWLAN A319 A : there are coverage gaps providing even 4 APs for WLAN!! Solution: Leaky line only 1 AP required COVERAGE ON BOARD Point antenna Leaky line A

21 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 21 Propagation, Interference

22 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 22 Measurement Campaigns A Feb. Hamburg A May Toulouse Narrowband Measurements In- and out-of-cabin positions Frequency bands: ­ GSM-900 ­ GSM-1800 ­ UMTS UL & DL ­ ISM Wideband Measurements In-cabin positions Frequency bands: ­ UMTS UL & DL ­ ISM

23 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 23 GSM / UMTS In-Cabin Results – A319 Tx. Antenna: Drooping dipole Tx. Antenna: Leaky line - 5 dB < < 0 dB -10 dB < < -5 dB -15 dB < < -10 dB < -15 dB No measurement > 10 dB 5 dB < < 10 dB 0 dB < < 5 dB

24 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 24 Demonstrator and Trials

25 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 25 Major Flight Test Scenarios Outgoing telephone call from on-board GSM mobile to VoIP client on ground Outgoing telephone call from on-board GSM mobile to GSM mobile terrestrial telephone Outgoing telephone call from on-board GSM mobile to fixed terrestrial telephone Incoming telephone call from VoIP client on ground to onboard GSM mobile Crew Internal Communication (WLAN / Bluetooth solution) Crew External Communication (WLAN / Bluetooth solution) Authentication onboard the aircraft and on ground Audio / Video Browsing and Streaming with Notebook (internal and ground content) Audio / Video Browsing and Streaming with PDA (internal and ground content) Cabin Service Control via Flight Attendant Panel (Emergency case / Telemedicine) GSM Power Control Online Billing of the Passenger Services

26 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 26 Demonstrator GSM/VoIP Architecture

27 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 27 FAP Service Monitoring & Control Page

28 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 28 ILA Demonstrator

29 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 29 Demonstrator Flight Video

30 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 30 Trial Results

31 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 31 Trial Results – QoS Support

32 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 32 Outline Introduction / Project Information Last Year Audit Comments Business Aspects: Business Model, Billing and Satellite Roadmap Cabin Resource Planning Channel and Interference Modelling Demonstrator Implementation and Trials Trial Results Licensing and Certification Dissemination, Impact/Exploitation

33 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 33 4 journal papers + 32 conference papers 8 press releases, numerous yellow presses TV spots 6 newsletters (~ 180 subscribers, mostly from target industries) 7 ongoing PhD works on WirelessCabin subjects 1 patent granted, 2 more submitted Contribution to clusters Sb3G, ASMS-TF, COST 272, IST summit, concertation meetings Public material on website for download Dissemination

34 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 34 Yellow Press

35 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 35 November day event Co-organised by Airbus D and WirelessCabin 250 registered participants from aviation industry and airlines 8 invited panel sessions ranging from technology, trials to licensing and standardisation WirelessCabin demo WAEA Wireless Onboard Workshop

36 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 36 ILA Demonstrator

37 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 37 WirelessCabin – Success for European Industry WirelessCabin has achieved profound impact in aviation industry. At project start, only limited possibilities for wireless data communications were available, and mobile telephony was considered as unlikely and risky. Today, WirelessCabin project has opened up a new business direction for airline operators, manufacturers and telecommunications operators support of standardization groups have paved the way for industrial roll-out of services major aeronautical service providers have mobile telephony on their roadmap

38 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 38 WirelessCabin – Success for European Industry Airbus has announced the creation of a joint venture between Airbus, SITA and Tenzing to roll-out GSM and IP services - ONAIR

39 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 39 WirelessCabin – Success for European Industry Inmarsat has announce support for aeronautical GSM services for their existing Aero-H, Swift and future BGAN services

40 WirelessCabin, EC Project IST DLR 2003, all rights reserved 40 WirelessCabin has taken off … Thank you for your attention !


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