Scandinavian Rail Development 2013 - Ola Bergman

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Scandinavian Rail Development 2013 - Ola Bergman

  1. 1. Nokia Siemens Networks – your GSM-R partnerScandinavian Rail DevelopmentStockholm 16 April 2013Ola Bergman© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  2. 2. Nokia Siemens NetworksA global company with a rich heritage • Joint venture of Nokia and Siemens started operations on April 1, 2007 • Acquired Motorola’s wireless networks infrastructure business in 2011 • Close to €14 bn net sales in 2012 • 120+ years of telecom experience • ca 58,400 employees* • Strong focus on mobile broadband and customer experience management • LTE supplier to 44 commercially launched LTE operator networks that serve 45% of the world’s LTE subscribers • >80 out of the top 100 operators worldwide in 150+ countries • Global GSM-R market leader with 29 contracts in 21 countries * As reported by Nokia on 24.1.2013© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  3. 3. 2012: executing on strategy delivers strong results from yourmobile broadband specialist • Record operating margin 14.4%: comfortably beating analysts’ consensus, and up from the previous best of 9.2% in Q3 2012. • Confidence reflected in growth in net sales, despite divestments: up 5% on the same period in 2011 despite the streamlining of the portfolio, including seven divestments and numerous contract and country exits. • Best ever cash performance – consistent improvements over the year, further strengthening NSN’s financial position: fifth consecutive quarter of positive free cash flow generation (in sharp contrast to competitors), despite significant restructuring costs; NSN’s cash balance has increased for the fifth quarter in a row • Restructuring progressing well and benefits being felt, focused portfolio is paying off: strategy gaining traction© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  4. 4. GSM-R is a perfect fit to the refocused mobile broadbandstrategy 1 Focus 2 Innovation 3 Quality Mobile Broadband Maintain value through Use quality as and Services focused innovation a differentiator • 29 GSM-R contracts • Smooth migration with • Increased reliability with • Leading role in LTE for common packet core and geo redundancy Railways development Flexi for GPRS and LTE • Officially IOT-certified and standardization • Fully standard compliant • Improved quality with agile • Focus on exploring R4 architecture KPIs & development greenfield countries • Carrier-grade subscriber data management 100% commitment to GSM-R© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  5. 5. GSM-R business is continuously growingNSN leads the market with 29 contracts in 21 countries GSM-R is a unique market with sustainable growth* Market development [in Mio Euro] CAGR 400 11% 350 300 Total 250 200 5% Europe 150 10% Rest of World 100 31% 50 North East 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 * UIC (Union internationale des chemins de fer / International Union of Railways), NSN market studies, 2012© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  6. 6. We combine leading Railway expertise with strong LTEcompetence NSN R&D product development capacity Railway industry expertise [Million Manhours] 8.0 +370% #1 in Railway Communications 6.2 LTE FDD + TDD with deep knowledge and long- term customer relationships 1.7 0.8 1.8 Packet Core 0.9 Jun 2008 Jun 2011 LTE R&D power and experience #1 in 3G and LTE with 77 commercial LTE customers serving 45% of the world’s LTE subscribers© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  7. 7. GSM-R is selected by more & more countries across the world Germany Netherlands Belgium China Algeria Australia Romania Belarus Argentina Italy Spain Finland India Austria Denmark Ireland Brazil Azerbaijan Sweden France Saudi Arabia Bulgaria Eurotunnel Russia Israel Bosnia & Herzegovina UK Norway Czech Rep. Greece Libya Poland Slovenia Iraq Slovakia Lithuania Portugal Latvia Korea Switzerland Turkey Tunisia UAE Macedonia Inner Hungary Serbia Mongolia South Africa Croatia Estonia Venezuela Mozambique Ukraine Qatar GSM-R established Morocco GSM-R planned 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  8. 8. Our customers continue to show trust in Nokia SiemensNetworks by ordering network modernizations 29 GSM-R contracts in 21 countries Australia DoT Victoria Railway network modernization Belgium Infrabel/SNCB China Ministry of Railways Denmark Banedanmark Finland Finnish Transport Agency R99 BTS Smooth migration to LTE Germany Deutsche Bahn with Flexi product family Greece ERGA OSE India Kolkata Metro 100% GSM-R NR (Northern Railway) market share ECR (East Central Railway) in India NCR (North Central Railway) NFR (North Frontier Railways) Italy Rete Ferroviaria Italiana SIRTI Highspeed Libya Libyan Railways The Netherlands Pro Rail HSL Zuid Norway Jernbaneverket Norway Sweden Netherlands Poland PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe Portugal REFER • Upgrade GSM-R • First delivery of a • Upgrade GSM-R Romania CFR (Căile Ferate Române ) core network Release 4 (R4) core network to Saudi Arabia Saudi Railways Organisation • 2nd geo redundant core platform Release 4 and North-south mineral line core solution Flexi BTS Spain ADIF (GIF/RENFE) Ministry of Transportation Sweden Trafikverket Switzerland SBB Trafikverket Pro Rail Tunisia SNCFT Turkey TCDD ETCS 2 introduced© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  9. 9. 20 countries in Europe have started operational GSM-R Projects14 Nokia Siemens Networks GSM-R references in Europe Sweden 9.850 km Finland 5.000 km End-to-end network supplier incl. End-to-end supplier incl. Denmark Sweden Norway Finland infrastructure (MSC, radio NW, infrastructure (MSC, radio NW, terminals) terminals, disp. system) Norway 3.000 km Netherlands 3.000 km End-to-end supplier incl. End-to-end supplier via KPN-joint Poland Belgium infrastructure (MSC, radio NW, venture incl. infrastructure (MSC, terminals, disp. system) radio NW, terminals) Switzerland Belgium 3.000 km Switzerland 3.200 km End-to-end network supplier incl. Infrastructure (MSC, radio NW), Netherlands infrastructure (MSC, radio NW, full managed services terminals) Germany Spain HSL+ convent. lines Italy 9.000 km End-to-end supplier incl. End-to-end network MV infrastructure (MSC, radio NW, integration on Roma Napoli HSL Portugal Spain Italy Romania terminals) incl. infrastructure (MSC, radio Greece NW, terminals)© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  10. 10. Driving European and global railway standardization Inter- Operability Directive 2008/57/EC Technical Specifications … and already on the for Interoperabilty standardization roadmap … 2012/88/EU (TSI CCS) ETCS LTE for … … over Railways GPRS GSM-R: EIRENE GSM-R: 3GPP/ETSI ETCS: FRS 7.3.0 & SRS 15.3.0 Technical Specifications (TS) Baseline 3,…© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  11. 11. Dedicated to GSM-R as founder and leading member of theGSM-R Industry Group • Global promotion of the GSM-R technology • Continued development of the EIRENE standards • Interoperable systems for seamless integration • Long term support of the GSM-R technology The GSM-R Industry Group currently has 9 industry members GSM-R infrastructure GSM-R mobile terminals GSM-R fixed dispatchers© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  12. 12. Actively pushing specification and development of mobilenetworks for Railways Participating in working groups BX Border Crossing work group (UIC) FreqMgmt Frequency Management work group (UIC) EoG ETCS over GPRS (ERTMS UG) FRMTS Future Railway Mobile Telecom System (UIC) eREC enhanced Railway Emergency Call work group (UIC) PETER Telecom Experts, IP etc (UIC) Driving and participating at activities IOT InterOperability Testing (ERA) UIC Conf Decides about UIC ERTMS conferences Participating at bodies / forums TC-RT Technical Committe – Rail Telecomms (ETSI) GSM-R IG GSM-R Industry Group ERTMS SC High Level forum to manage implementation of ERTMS MoU© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  13. 13. Why are innovation and new technologies needed:Capacity requirements (example of SBB) Capacity requirements Lausanne 2013 Capacity requirements Lausanne 2015 Focus: parallel VGCS sessions Focus: parallel ETCS sessions VGCS (e.g. Shunting) 4 TS VGCS (e.g. Shunting) 4 TS GPRS (e.g. Shunting application): 1 TS GPRS (e.g. Shunting application): 1 TS ETCS L2: 2 TS ETCS L2: 11 TS Other services (e.g. Voice): 6 TS Other services (e.g. Voice): 6 TS Total: 13 TS Total: 22TS available: 14 TS available*: 14 TS *) Availability of frequencies limited because of “border” to France (line of sight over Geneva lake)© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  14. 14. Why are innovation and new technologies needed: Use caseRedundancy requirements (example of JBV) Site 1: Marienborg Site 2: Dora Motivation Benefits NetActTM NetActTM Fully redundant core Modernization of legacy NT HLR NT HLR network & Fixed communication systems and IN and IN Terminal System IP backbone GPRS GPRS Load sharing with zero GSM-R has become a outage and seamless mission critical system VR VR switchover Fixed Fixed Terminal Terminal Carrier-grade platforms Higher requirements System System using proven state-of- due to ETCS level 2 the-art technology MSS & MSS & MGW MGW© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  15. 15. Why are innovation and new technologies needed:New application and changed user behavior Broadband How will railway systems be operated in 20 years? Applications • Increasing use of data applications and new operational services require efficient networks • LTE offers more than changing the radio i/f Data applications From LOW to HIGH bandwidth Security ETCS Passenger Passenger Video solutions Counting Information Surveillance Train Fleet Train Diagnostic Online Ticket Announcement Positioning Management Monitoring Sales Updates Today Next Generation Low bandwidth (CSD, SMS, GPRS) High bandwidth (LTE,…) Railway Mobile© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  16. 16. ETCS over Packet Switching • Following very successful campaign in Sweden 2010… • …major European project running 2011-2015 and co-financed with around 6 M€ by European Union • New Specifications - Euroradio, Quality of Service, Test • Engineering Guidelines • Laboratory and Field tests in France, UK and Denmark • Tests so far yielding promising results… …very next step train runs at 300 km/h in France in May 2013 …likely followed by field tests in Denmark in May/June 2013 …using NSN GPRS infrastructure along test stretch • Planning in progress • Extremely interesting since Banedanmark will be the first Railways world wide to fully rely on ETCS running over GPRS© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  17. 17. Product innovation for GSM-R (key products) 2012 2013 2014 2015 eBSC/BS24x Flexi based Radio Access Core R99 MSC/HLR R4 MSS/MGW One-NDS HLRi NT-HLR HSS HLR FE NG-Rail C-SGSN/FlexiISN Flexi NG/NS Railway@vantage (Cluster) Railway@vantage V5 (server farm based – active/active geoRed)) TDM based IP backbone Transmission (core & radio access)© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  18. 18. Main drivers for a Next Generation Railway CommunicationSystem Technology • Leveraging the 3GPP eco system Following the 3GPP path to continuously benefit from most successful Evolution communication system, guaranteeing interworking and global roaming Broadband • Increasing use of data applications and new operational services requires efficient networks: Surveillance, Passenger services,… Applications • LTE offers more than changing the radio IF Operational • Simplified Network Structure, advanced configuration and supervision technology (e.g. SON - Self Organizing Networks) improvements - Automation reduce human faults - Self healing networks, speed-up maintenance© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  19. 19. Next Generation (NG) “EIRENE” system (NSN view): Challenges • Seamless Migration of track-side and on-board – during a migration period over several years GSM-R and NG-R will co-exist • The most specific and technically demanding part of GSM-R is Group communications… NSN activities • Work is started and organized in a project NG-R which will result in a white paper covering aspects like - System architecture , radio planning, redundancy, train speed - Different alternatives for frequency allocation - Alternatives for User Equipment - Functionality, Support of ETCS as well as new data services - Migration scenarios • Active participation in Railway bodies and forums • Active participation in 3GPP/ETSI work groups e.g. “Group Call System Enablers (GCSE)” to specify the Group Call requirements in 4G, Long Term Evolution LTE during 2013 (NSN Public safety group is chair of this work items and in close cooperation with NSN Railway group)© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  20. 20. A sustainable business partner with clear roadmaps and afuture vision for successful railway business 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2G – GSM, GPRS, EDGE 3GPP evolution 3G – UMTS, HSPA (skipped for railways) 4G GSM-R based on mature GSM products & technology EIRENE , UNISIG, 3GPP Railways Development Standardization Pilot, IOT & Verification PS etc NG for railways© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  21. 21. GSM-R from Nokia Siemens Networks:The fast track to efficient railway communications Strong commitment to GSM-R with long-term Experience obtained from 29 GSM-R projects, business and environmental vision including turnkey and network operations Best-in-class products, R&D, and “One-stop-shopping” with e2e production facilities Number ability Active participation in European and 1 Strategic cooperation with local partners international railway standardization for necessary services and products© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013
  22. 22. Solve your business challenges and achieve environmental benefits© Nokia Siemens Networks 2013 Nokia Siemens Networks, Railways Solutions 2013

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