New steps in ERTMS deployment in Spain:L2 in commercial operation and ETCS incommuter lines.Maite Cambronero HellínERTMS M...
Summary1. Current Status of ERTMS deployment in Spain2. ETCS L2 in Service: Lessons learnt3. ETCS in Madrid commuter lines...
1.-ERTMS L1 +L2 HS Lines in Spain              1700 Kms of HSL in commercial               operation with ERTMS with 16   ...
1.- ERTMS HS Trains in Spain4   231 train sets equipped with ETCS
1.- ERTMS Commuter and Freighttrains in Spain5
ERTMS reliability: Distance between incidences andpunctuality in Madrid-Barcelona HSLKmsbetweenincidences                 ...
ERTMS reliability: Kilometers-train in Madrid-Barcelona HSL  Year      Nr of trains        Nr of       Millions           ...
2.ETCS L2:Why did we take so        long to put in service?• First L2 tests on Mad-Lleida line were performed inJune 2006!...
2.ETCS L2: What are we testing with     L2 Complementary Tests?•   The target of CT are to demonstrate the    correct beha...
2.ETCS L2: Reliability Tests•More than 150.000 kms testing reliability. Main issues arised:•Communications problems:     •...
2.ETCS L2: Challenges during L2         putting into Service L2•    Managing of superimposed L1 and L2 TSRs.•    L2 Start ...
2.ETCS L2: Lessons Learnt• At the time being one ETCS level is enough!•Modem lack of specification is a critical issue.•Di...
2.ETCS L2: L2 with L1 as a backup system Advantages• Higher availability. A L1 up to 300km/h as backup.(level inhibition n...
3. ERTMS in Madrid Commuter lines• ERTMS Line C4 (73 km) in L1• Installed by Thales (South part) andDimetronic-Invensys (N...
3. ERTMS L1 main issues whileinstalling and testing• Geographical information and SSPupdated• ETCS and IxL timers must bea...
3. ERTMS L2 in Madrid Commuter lines• Installing and testing 2 RBCsdifferent technologies: Thales(South part) and Dimetron...
All the HS existing                                                                   4.ERTMS versions Migration in       ...
5.- Conclusions.1. ERTMS L2 is already in operation in Spain.2. L2 first months operation reliability is better than the  ...
New steps in ERTMS deployment inSpain: L2 in commercial operation  and ETCS in commuter lines.                   mcambrone...
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  1. 1. New steps in ERTMS deployment in Spain:L2 in commercial operation and ETCS incommuter lines.Maite Cambronero HellínERTMS ManagerADIF (Spanish Railways Infrastructure Manager)Budapest, October 18th 2012
  2. 2. Summary1. Current Status of ERTMS deployment in Spain2. ETCS L2 in Service: Lessons learnt3. ETCS in Madrid commuter lines4. ERTMS versions Migration in Spain5. Conclusions2
  3. 3. 1.-ERTMS L1 +L2 HS Lines in Spain 1700 Kms of HSL in commercial operation with ERTMS with 16 Figueras-Perpignan interoperability cases tested . Ansaldo L1 2010 / L2 2013 L2 already in operation Zaragoza-Huesca / Alstom L1- 2009 Madrid-Lleida / AnsaldoOrense-Santiago Thales L1 2006/ L2 Oct 2011 310 km/hL1 2011 / L2 2013 Madrid-Valladolid Thales L1 2007 / L2 2013 Bna-Figueras Thales Madrid commuter lines Dimetronic-Thales L1 2012 / L2 2013 L1 2012- L2 2013 Madrid-Valencia-Albacete Dimetronic L1 2010 / L2 2012 La Sagra-Toledo Thales L1 2008 Lleida-Barcelona Thales L1 2008 / L2 Dec 2012 The longest (1250 Kms) interoperable HSL from Barcelona to Malaga: Paradigm of interoperability ( 3 ETCS suppliers plus STM LZB on track and a different supplier for the EVC) Córdoba-Malaga Dimetronic L1 2007 / L2 Dec 2012 Albacete- Alicante Alstom Only L2 2013 Madrid-Sevilla LZB(1992) ERTMS NSTM LZB (2007) 3 3
  4. 4. 1.- ERTMS HS Trains in Spain4 231 train sets equipped with ETCS
  5. 5. 1.- ERTMS Commuter and Freighttrains in Spain5
  6. 6. ERTMS reliability: Distance between incidences andpunctuality in Madrid-Barcelona HSLKmsbetweenincidences *L2 started in October 2011 ** Data up to March 31st 6
  7. 7. ERTMS reliability: Kilometers-train in Madrid-Barcelona HSL Year Nr of trains Nr of Millions (Kms) Level trains Kms 1 (Kms) Level 2 2006 3.302 (1.551.940 Km) 2007 7.665 (4.139.100 Km) 2008 17.075 (10.603.575 Km) 2009 32.143 (16.457.216 Km) 2010 39.420 (20.157.660 Km) 2011* 38.236 1.244 (19.761.324 Km) (557.312 Km) *L2 started in 4.398 2012** October 2011 3.665 ** Data up to MarchKm) (2.502.617 31 st (1.641.920 Km) 7
  8. 8. 2.ETCS L2:Why did we take so long to put in service?• First L2 tests on Mad-Lleida line were performed inJune 2006!•Lack of commitment of some of the involvedpartners.•Priority on developing STM for LZB.•L1 worked perfectly at 300 km/h.•Complementary Tests (a kind of reception tests)were started in June 2009.• Lines were already in commercial operation andtherefore the testing time was very limited.8
  9. 9. 2.ETCS L2: What are we testing with L2 Complementary Tests?• The target of CT are to demonstrate the correct behaviour of the whole train-track system.• CT are a set of 269 tests cases which test main ERTMS functionality• Key Management System tests. A KM procedure has been specifically developed. (414 KMAC and 85 KTRANS)• Simultaneous trains tests.• CTs for S-112 and S-103 trains took 41 test sessions.9
  10. 10. 2.ETCS L2: Reliability Tests•More than 150.000 kms testing reliability. Main issues arised:•Communications problems: •Protocol V110 desynchronization •HW failures in RBC multiplexors •Modem train failures. •Interferences with GSM public operators.•Track issues: •Balise linking information (all balises linked in L2)•RBC functional issues: •Reception of packet 1 with LRBG value ‘unknown ‘.•EVC Functional issues: •Wrong storage of RBC information in SL mode.•Trains SW updating took almost 3 months.10
  11. 11. 2.ETCS L2: Challenges during L2 putting into Service L2• Managing of superimposed L1 and L2 TSRs.• L2 Start of Mission design: TAF procedure• Transitions Complexity: L0, L1, L2 and LSTM LZB• Key Management System• Communication failures: Lack of modems specs.• CR implementation in 2.2.2+ (SH TR CR 530)• New operational rules• Progressive trains upgrading from L1 to L2 (new SW) in commercial service• Degraded Odometry• Command Post operators and drivers training11
  12. 12. 2.ETCS L2: Lessons Learnt• At the time being one ETCS level is enough!•Modem lack of specification is a critical issue.•Different CRs implemented by different suppliers canlead to IOP issues (in versions 2.2.2+).•L2 Tests in lab are essential to reduce time andincrease confidence on the system.•Reliability tests were vital to analyzecommunications problems.12
  13. 13. 2.ETCS L2: L2 with L1 as a backup system Advantages• Higher availability. A L1 up to 300km/h as backup.(level inhibition national function needed for transitionprocess up to put in service L2 in all the lines and trains)• Levels 1 and 2 superimposed will allow Adif and Renfeto perform the migration from 2.2.2. to 2.3.0.d Disadvantages• Higher cost. New Spanish HS lines are now being tendered only with L2 !13
  14. 14. 3. ERTMS in Madrid Commuter lines• ERTMS Line C4 (73 km) in L1• Installed by Thales (South part) andDimetronic-Invensys (North part)•Interface with existing IxL• Train EVCs are supplied by Alstom(123 Civia)• Complementary tests were adaptedto the specific commuter linesfunctionality.•Current headway 4’ in Atocha-Chamartin tunnel Safety level has been increased 14
  15. 15. 3. ERTMS L1 main issues whileinstalling and testing• Geographical information and SSPupdated• ETCS and IxL timers must beadapted• Many and complex Level transitions• Dynamic 200m TSRs.• FN 125 needed because of worksstill in progress• Very complex installation Small size station cables (Nuevos Ministerios C4) 15
  16. 16. 3. ERTMS L2 in Madrid Commuter lines• Installing and testing 2 RBCsdifferent technologies: Thales(South part) and Dimetronic(North part)• Increase of capacity about RBC15%• Up to 60 trainssimultaneously in L2 RBC Safety and Capacity level will be increased 16
  17. 17. All the HS existing 4.ERTMS versions Migration in trains are 2.2.2+ with different CRs Vall-Palencia-León- Spain. Orense- Santiago Pajares ASFA y N2Talgo S102-330 implemented in each (2.3.0.d.) Dic 2012 ERTMS-N1-2 ThalesERTMS Siemens one Figueras-Perpignan (2011) Zaragoza-Huesca 2012 -N1-2 Ansaldo N1- Alstom (2009) Madrid-Lleida ERTMS-N1-2 Ansaldo 2.3.0 Olmedo-Zamora 2.3.0.d Siemens S103- 350 ASFA ERTMS(2.3.0.d.) Dic y N2 Siemens 2.3.0.d(2004-2006) 2012 2.2.2 + 2.3.0.d 2.3.0.d Madrid-Valladolid 2.2.2 + 2.2.2 + 2.2.2 + Barcelona-Figueras ERTMS-N1-2 Thales Madrid-Valencia- 2012-N1-2 Thales (2007) AlbaceteALstom S104- 250 k/hERTMSMadrid commuter lines Alstom 2.3.0.d 2010 -N1-2 Dimetronic ERTMS-N1-2 (2010) Lleida-Barcelona Dimetronic-Thales 2.3.0.d ERTMS-N1-2 Thales (2006-2008) La Sagra-Toledo Lines and trains in commercial 2.3.0.dCAF S120 250 km/h AV ERTMS-N1-2 ThalesERTMS Ansaldo exploitation shall be migrated Madrid-Sevilla LZB(1992) to version 2.3.0.d. before the ERTMS NSTM LZB (2007) Córdoba-Malaga end of 2014. ERTMS-N1-2 2.2.2 + Albacete-AlicanteTalgo S130 250Dimetronic(2006-2007) km/h AVERTMS Bombardier ASFA y N2 (2.3.0.d.) Dic 2012 DIRECTION GÉNÉRALE DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE L’INFRASTRUCTURE 17 17 Direction d’Innovation Technologique
  18. 18. 5.- Conclusions.1. ERTMS L2 is already in operation in Spain.2. L2 first months operation reliability is better than the It is important to have a good strategy initial behavior of L1.3. New lines in Spain will be tendered only with L2. but occasionally,4. Migration to version 2.3.0.d. is going to be performed before the end of 2014. The fact of having L1 and L2 allow performing the migration without interruption of it is also important to get results ! commercial service.5. ERTMS L1 is in operation in Madrid commuter lines and L2 is under tests. 18
  19. 19. New steps in ERTMS deployment inSpain: L2 in commercial operation and ETCS in commuter lines. mcambronero@adif.es Thank you for your kind attention

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