Musmeci _Telespazio


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Musmeci _Telespazio

  1. 1. EGNOS and Galileo: Space Smart infrastructures re-evolution next steps on satellite navigation and overview of Telespazio developments ITN 2009 – Turin, October 15th -16th Mario Musmeci Business Development Head of Galileo Management Office 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  2. 2. Global economic crisis: how to manage the complexity • The key words for the future economy: – Innovation – Sustainability, long term vision and Environment respect – No technological barriers for the social and economic growth – Competitiveness on real value – Transparency and flexibility – Manage the changes – Combine Global and Local – Security 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  3. 3. GNSS: The overall context and near future 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 GALILEO 5 services (OS, SoL, CS, PRS, SAR) GALILEO GPS L1 L1+L2C L1+L2C+L5 GLONASS L1 Modernization, new signals CDMA Compass Experimental Regional Services (CHINA/ASIA) Global Global Systems EGNOS EGNOS Service “OPEN” 3 Services (OS, SoL, CS/EDAS) WAAS L1 (USA/Canada) Evolution? (L5, South America?) GAGAN/IRNSS Regional Services (INDIA) L1+L5 MSAS/QZSS Experimental Regional Services (Japan+Australia?) Regional Systems 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  4. 4. Next market needs for satellite navigation best • GPS and GLONASS are military systems effort with civil signals: best achievable performance • Dedicated space and ground services have been developed within the Aviation sector in order to introduce safety performances Safety • New Needs: first – safety for non-aviation sectors – Security and trustability Safety for + Best non-aviation? + Safety Performances (aviation) + Security? 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio Trustability?
  5. 5. Today, Disclaimers and LoL • DISCLAIMER – GPS is provided as an aid for managing and mapping GPS information. The software and/or any associated data is not to be used neither as a primary source of navigation nor as a means for piloting or guiding vessels or vehicles nor for any safety relevant purpose. It is the users responsibility to first ensure that the information provided is suitable for the intended usage. • LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY – GPS “……” shall not be responsible for any consequences arising out of the use of GPS and/or any associated data. In no event “……” will we be liable for any damages including any lost profits, lost savings, or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the software or for any claims by any other party even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages. The use of the software and data is at the exclusive risk of the user. 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  6. 6. The navigation safety aviation req’s are good only for airplanes! Signal In Space Integrity ? Continuity Availability Accuracy Time to Alarm Protection Levels 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  7. 7. Communication vulnerability • Communication is also vulnerable – The security is also an issue for telecommunications and even other radio frequency devices (video camera) – Today you can buy on internet GSM/3G jammers or a video camera jammer for 100 € (restriction by law) 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  8. 8. Navigation vulnerability • GNSS could be affected by jammers and signal blockers 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  9. 9. • In few years many strategic business will be based on the satellite navigation technology • This scenario opens a fundamental question on vulnerability of the whole “system” • Underperformances, interferences and voluntary frauds/attacks will become soon an issue 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  10. 10. Learn from Internet revolution • The massive adoption of Internet worldwide has required the development of new products, services/business models and regulations/laws (antivirus, firewalls, IPR and privacy management) • The same process is ongoing in the field of satellite localisation and navigation to transform a “nice to have” into a workable, usable and trustable services Authentic 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  11. 11. The accuracy, but not only… GPS/GLONASS: 10-20 m Civil use of + EGNOS / WAAS: 2-5 m (EU and USA) a military system: no liability, no service guarantee…. Civil system: Full MS’s control, Monitoring and Service performance Guarantee, increase: Service Level Awareness on Agreements performances and integrity GPS + GLONASS + Galileo: 1-2 m 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  12. 12. We need Added value services for each specific applications ? Added Value Navigation ? Services Signal In Space Signal In Space Integrity Integrity? Continuity Time to Alarm? Availability Protection Levels? Accuracy Availability? Time to Alarm Reliability? Protection Levels Continuity? Trustability? ? Authentication? Vulnerability? Security? 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  13. 13. New opportunities for the downstream applications • New roles in the downstream value chain, main needs: – From Global to Local and viceversa – From General to Customised – From “best achievable” to “committing” performances • Key factors – Integration with non satellite technology and existing infrastructures/investments – Involve non-space industry and SME’s – Innovation – New business models and new value chain roles 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  14. 14. Examples of Telespazio promising developments • Telespazio is involved on the EGNOS and Galileo infrastructures development and operations • GPS and D-GPS Services are part of our portfolio • We are developing innovative services and products for EGNOS (now) and for Galileo (next steps) • Main developments: – Navigation services integrated with Satellite INAV Communications for emergency management EDAS – Navigation services enhanced by EGNOS EDAS for multi- modal transport applications • Adopted approach: web-service, open architecture, independence from terminals, scalability, use of EGNOS and ready for Galileo 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  15. 15. INAV INAV as part of LIMES Project Land & Sea Integrated Monitoring for European Security • Integrated Research Project co-funded by European Commission in the Sixth Framework Programme • Security element of GMES • 49 partners from 11 European countries and around 20/25 main users • Total budget about 21 M€ - EC contribution 12 M€ • 42 months programme, started 1°December 2006 – Two reiterated development cycles See 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  16. 16. INAV I-NAV a LIMES solution for crisis management I-NAV (Integrated NAVigation service platform) is an integrated hardware/software navigation solution enabling responders deployed on emergency area: • to determine their exact location • to collect and receive time sensitive data accordantly to their current location • to be tracked and monitored by the Remote Headquarter I-NAV Services 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  17. 17. INAV I-NAV – How it works GPS I-NAV Service Platform Emergency area - On-field operators BGAN Telespazio GPRS-HDSPA Internet I-NAV Web Browser I-NAV I-NAV Mobile UltraMobile Headquarter operators 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  18. 18. INAV I-NAV – Demonstrations Real on-field tests of I-NAV platform has been carried out throughout two AMC (Assessment Mission Course) held in Cyprus island in June 2008 and June 2009 within the European Community Civil Protection training programme. Users: • FEDERAL AGENCY FOR TECHNICAL RELIEF, GERMANY (THW) • JOHANNITER INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE, GERMANY (JUH) • CYPRUS CIVIL DEFENSE • MONITORING AND INFORMATION CENTRE (MIC), BRUSSELS • REPRESENTATIVES OF 13 EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION ORGANISATIONS • REPRESENTATIVES OF UN-OCHA Cyprus Island 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio See
  19. 19. EDAS EGNOS Data Access Service (EDAS) • EDAS is an innovative data service provided by EGNOS operator as complement to the Signal In Space • EDAS provides raw and processed data from the EGNOS ground segment • Telespazio is one of the first users of the EDAS beta version since March 2009 Signal EGNOS Signals in Space Only users Enhanced EGNOS Service services “Enhanced” System EDAS Provider services users interface Service Enhanced services Provider 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  20. 20. Development of innovative services EDAS based on EGNOS EDAS • Main advantages using EDAS: – Provides EGNOS message even when the signal from the geostationary satellite is not in view – The availability of data from all EGNOS stations (RIMS), raw and processed, delivers valuable inputs for Service Providers providing positioning better performances for demanding applications like: • electronic fee collection, • city centre access, • insurance pay per use, • dangerous goods transport, • high valuable goods transport, • city logistics, • car sharing, • ……. – The improvements: • Accuracy and Availability • Reliability and Quality (errors continuously monitored to keep them within predefined/customisable maximum values) 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  21. 21. General EDAS EDAS architecture and products Products and services Data Format 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  22. 22. Telespazio service EDAS architecture for EDAS services SATCOM GPS X, Y, HPL 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  23. 23. Conclusion: Guarantee of positioning • Contribute to reduction of enforcement cost • Unambiguous allocation of liability in the value chain in case of performance degradation => penalties linked to geo-time data • Minimisation of false alarms • Galileo and EGNOS non-technical performances: – Accessible data archive of past performances – Planning and information on maintenance and performance outage – Accreditation • Enabling innovative features for security, IPR and privacy protection (e.g. geo-encryption) • Specific A-GNSS Services may facilitate the guarantee 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio
  24. 24. Way forward • While progressing on GNSS performances, it is required to progress in parallel on others mandatory non-GNSS “enablers” without which the applications are not really exploitable, examples: – better accuracy is usable only with high accuracy maps – Signal in Space Authentication is usable only with others authentication in the whole value chain – security on GNSS is useful only if associated with secure communications – Real time positioning information is useful only if the other available data are synchronised and updated 13/10/2009 All rights reserved © 2009, Telespazio