ETCS - UIC ERTMS World Conference

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Ground Transportation Systems

ETCS Level 2 Operational Concept in Austria

11th UIC ERTMS World Conference - Istanbul April 2014 Dr. Ruth HIERZER / Thales Manfred PISEK / ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

Thales in Transportation A specialist in IT-based critical systems for Transport

3 / Thales Transportation Systems by the numbers

15,754

km of track equipped with the Thales ETCS solutions 219,949 Thales rail field equipment installed worldwide

15%

traction energy savings with optimised train management, equivalent to 100 family homes power consumption

4 / Thales Transportation Systems by the numbers Up to 500,000 control points supervised from a single OCC Real-time video surveillance transmission to OCC from all transport modes Over

50 million

ticketing transactions in 100 cities processed daily by Thales

5 / Strategic Targets Infrastructure Operations OeBB

Target network 2025+ represents a capable infrastructure for more trains, passengers, goods, and synchronised traffic.

Key Figures – Network 2012

5000 km of railroads

6500 trains per day

224 million passengers per year

113 million tons of goods per year

142 million km covered by trains

Key Figures – Network 2025+ (according to traffic forecasts)

~ 4800 km of railroads

~ 9000 trains per day

~ 300 million passengers per year

~ 142 million tons of goods per year

~ 198 million km covered by trains

    Source: N.Pausch, ÖBB-Inrastruktur AG

Reduced headway times - Efficient use of infrastructure Higher train speeds Synchronised traffic with well linked connections Energy efficiency

6 / Main Pillars of Strategy Implementation

Automatisation ETCS

deployment

Centralisation

Continued

Electronic Interlocking rollout

Civil works

related

network adaptations

and

improvements

7 / Integrated Operations - Automatisation

8 / Integrated Operations - Centralisation

5 Operation Control Centers (OCC) are responsible for the control and dispatching of the complete core network of the ÖBB Increasing productivity Assuring the highest level of safety Enhancing quality

9 / Longterm Investment Strategy for Integrated Operations 2032 Objective: The operation control-strategy has been implemented for the whole network

• the implementation is linked to projects within the future network 2025+

2012 The operation control-strategy is being implemented

• 1 integrated traffic management centre • 5 operation control centres

2005 Decision to implement the operation strategy at ÖBB In 2032

• approx.

1,700

employees in network operations • Approx.

94

staffed local operation sites • Approx.

145,000

Train km covered per employee

In 2012

3,170

employees • in network operations

310

staffed local operation • sites

51,000

Train km covered per employee

Initial Position

• 4,455 employees in network operations • 530 staffed local operation sites • 37,000 Train km covered per employee Source: N.Pausch, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG

10 /

ETCS Status 2014

Austrian ERTMS/ETCS deployment strategy

Source: OeBB Infrastruktur AG

11 / Austrian ERTMS/ETCS deployment strategy

Deployment Train Control – Target 2025

Deployment ETCS under discussion Deployment ETCS L2 decided Rail Network OeBB

Source: OeBB Infrastruktur AG

12 / First ETCS Level 2 Project in Austria

  First ETCS L2 implementation for Austrian Railways with two line sections on main railway corridor Project duration: May 2009 – Dec 2012

First Putting into operation ETCS L2 in Austria December 9 th , 2012

13 / OeBB‘s Operations Experience - Major Achievements

Significant travel time reduction: Vienna – Salzburg 2:20 h

2013: 1 Million Train KMs reached

Up to

270 trains/day

with speeds up to

230 km/h 2013: less than 200 delayminutes/month caused by ETCS

14 / Experience and recommendations

o Involve

experts with practical background

from the very beginning o Set a

clear target with corresponding timeline

and let them work –

without intervention!

o

Cooperate with suppliers

as close as you can o Necessity of clear and detailed

operational and technical specifications

o

Supplementary integrations lab

for early system testing

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