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THNS 2010 Open supervision platforms for smart and sustainable cities, Yves PERREAL, Strategic studies Director, THALES
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 1 Urban transport is a complex and unpredictable landscape Most of the transport resources available in a urban area are made up of individual vehicles, not under the control of the public planning. This makes difficult to manage efficiently the transport, specially for the degraded modes (congestion, accident..) To be efficient, this management requires to get additional information from various sources, and to have the capacity to coordinate many stakeholders.
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 2 Optimizing the users journey The transport user needs an exhaustive information on the real time status of the transport offer, in order to optimize its journey The transport operator needs a real time status of the traffic and of the travel demand. The goal is to reconciliate the 2 approaches: Individualized passenger information Real time adaptation of the transport operations
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 3 Emergence of the multi-modality concept Because the different transport means are not independant, they cannot be operated in silos. The multi-modality is the only way to manage the interactions, and to give: An accurate and global information to the users External constraints for the transport operations. For authorities, the possibility to orchestrate the different stakeholders.
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 4 Additional challenges for a smart city The environmental impact, mainly due to traffic pollution becomes critical. The authorities must guarantee safety and security for all citizens To be able to react quickly in case of crisis, and to adapt easily to multiple degraded modes, the authorities must have a complete but synthetic view of the situation.
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 5 How to get interoperable systems One way is to propose dedicated standardized interfaces Each application is related to (all) others This is a strong constraint to maintain the complete system We can also use an external bridge, where the relevant information is shared between all the applications. In this case, the orchestration between the applications is done by en engine within the bridge.
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 6 Today’s Architectures of Supervision Systems Highly modular => Modifying any module does not impact the others Each Sw product is efficiently designed to address its functions Silo approach: one application for each function Cons Pros No synthetic view and no automatic synchronization of the stakeholders. Manual actions required to follow paper procedures No integrated HMI => Human based global situation awareness Difficult lifecycle management, solution based on various protocols and interfaces Traffic Mangt Traffic Mangt Air Control Parking Public Information Access Control Video Management Video Management Traffic Light Mngt Traffic Light Mngt
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 7 Innovative Modular Architecture Other Applications (Data Warehouse, Maintenance Mgt System, ERP, …) Traffic Mgt Air Control Ticketing Public Information Access Control Video Management Video Management Traffic Light Mgt Traffic Light Mgt Integrated Web HMI Optional Training & simulation module Human behaviourThreats Role Players Training Instructor SOA connector SOA Framework SOA connector
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 8 Traffic Mgt Traffic Mgt Air Control Parking Public Information Access Control Video Management Video Management Traffic Light Mgt Traffic Light Mgt SOA connector SOA Framework Integrated Web HMI Orchestration : Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) 5 : Close sector 2: Switch CCTV on monitor 1- Fire in the city 3 : Inform Public Provide effective Decision Support in case of incidents based on Customer procedures 4 : Traffic Priority Operator decision for each step (Proceed / Skip / Completed / Failed) 1 bis : Pollution alert
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 9 Key Benefits Modularity and capability to add further modules through SOA Standardized interfaces between modules through Web Services Capability to integrate legacy and multi vendors applications Global Situation Awareness through the Integrated HMI providing renewed ergonomics Automation of Business Processes and Decision Support in case of incidents Capability to modify Business Processes during system lifecycle Technical Solution based on open standards Realistic Synthetic Environment, including advanced people’s behaviour and threat modelling with capability to integrate external simulation models Capabilities to create and run Exercise Procedures Assessment and optimization Support to Design (CCTV positioning, …) Efficient System Validation in Factory Based on Mature products Architecture key benefits Training & Simulation key benefits
THNS 2010 YP THNS 2010 ©Thales 2010 10 Thales Supervision Activities Integrated Communication and Supervision Systems for Transport Urban transport (metro, trams, Automated People Movers) Main Line Rail Traffic light monitoring Tunnels, Car parks Critical Infrastructures Protection City centres (urban safety) Buildings (Museums, airports, industrial plants, …) Oil & Gas plants Main references : Beijing, Brussels,Caracas, Dubai, Hong-Kong, Guangzou, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Paris,Santiago, Santo Domingo, Shanghai, Singapore, Strasbourg Main references : Doha airport, Dubai airport, Le Louvre museum, Mecca, Mexico, Paris city hall, Saint-Nazaire port, Stade de France
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