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5th annual Middle East Rail Opportunities
Riyadh, 5-6 May 2014
Carlo Carganico
Italcertifer President & CEO
The European...
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The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new
approachapproach
Content of the presentationContent ...
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The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new
approachapproach
Content of the presentationContent ...
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The European Railways can be considered as a refe-
rence for railways worldwide because:
•the traffic intensity and netw...
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During the past years, in Europe big changes have
occurred in many sectors of the society
In railways, the main changes...
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The liberalization is existing since many years in other
transportation modes (i.e. ships, airplanes, buses,…)
where sev...
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The railways are then no more an “unicum”; different
“players” are present:
•the infrastructure manager: one public Comp...
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The interoperability is the capability of the railway system
to allow the safe and uninterrupted circulation of the trai...
99
The liberalization and the consequent competition could
have result in a lower safety level: to avoid it, the
European ...
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The common rulesThe common rules
• Directives: individuate the subsystems and
precise the relative essential requiremen...
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1991/440: Development of the European railways
1996/48: Interoperability of the trans-European high speed
railways syst...
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The Technical Specifications of Interoperability (TSI)
define the specific requirements, rules, procedures,
norms,… to ...
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High Speed TSI
•Energy
•Operation
•Infrastructure
•Maintenance
•Rolling Stock
Conventional TSI
•Telematic applications ...
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• EN 50126: the specification and demonstration of
Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety
(RAMS)
• EN 50...
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InfrastuctureInfrastucture
ManagersManagers
InfrastuctureInfrastucture
ManagersManagers
RailwayRailway
UndertakingsUnde...
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National Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
Infrastucture
Mana...
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National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
Railway
Undertakings
Railway
Undertakings
• Planning, design, buildi...
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National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
Infrastucture
Managers
Infrastucture
Managers
RailwayRailway
Underta...
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National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
Infrastucture
Managers
Infrastucture
Managers
Railway
Undertakings
R...
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National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
Infrastucture
Managers
Infrastucture
Managers
Railway
Undertakings
R...
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The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new
approachapproach
Content of the presentationContent...
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All the “objects” (components, subsystems, systems) to
be used in railway environment must then be evaluated
by a well ...
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The recognized organisms are the Notified Bodies
(NoBo): they are authorized to operate by the Ministry of
Transport of...
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All NoBo are included in an official list, managed by the
European Commission and accessible in the website
N.A.N.D.O. ...
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The NB-RailThe NB-Rail
The NB-RAIL is a specific committee composed by
representatives of all NoBo
Through its specific...
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In order to guarantee a deep and continuous asses-
sment, these NoBo should intervene in all phases of the
project (no ...
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The certification main stepsThe certification main steps
• Identification of the reference documents (TSI, stan-
dards,...
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The certification main stepsThe certification main steps
• Evaluation of the test reports
• Issuing of intermediate Ass...
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The result of the certification activityThe result of the certification activity
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The certification is the seal of the entire process of the
project, implementation, use and maintenance of
components, ...
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While in Europe no “object” can be used in the rail
environment without the certification process, in the rest
of the w...
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The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new
approachapproach
Content of the presentationContent...
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Italcertifer has been established in 2001 to perform
products and systems certification, audits, inspections
and other ...
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Italcertifer works according to the European Norms EN 45011
and EN 17020 (as certified by the Italian Accreditation Bod...
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Certification &
Inspection
Division
The organizationThe organization
President & C.E.O.
Certification
Committee
Imparti...
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• Total persons:
132
• Assessors:
73
• Training & Technical Support:
5
• Administration & Marketing:
20
• Laboratories:...
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Static:
•Infrastructure and New Technologies - Rome
•Rolling Stock - Osmannoro (Florence)
•Wind Gallery - Milan Polytec...
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Conformity evaluation of interoperability constituents & sub-
systems to the norms and standards for:
• High Speed and ...
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Tests in laboratory and on field, even as support to
the previous activities
Certification of Entity in Charge of Maint...
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The infrastructure & New TechnologiesThe infrastructure & New Technologies
laboratorylaboratory
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ETR500-Y1: the first train capable to
perform measurements till 350 km/h
Archimede: for speed till 200 km/h, it is
capa...
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The rolling stock laboratoryThe rolling stock laboratory
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Tests on lateral wind effects on high
speed trains
Tests and studies of the trains and
vehicles aerodynamic behaviur
Th...
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• the F.S. Group membership and the consequent knowledge of the railway
processes and procedures (most of the staff are...
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Italcertifer has been acknowledged as indepen-dent
and competent Assessor, in order to parti-cipate to
their actual and...
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CLIENT SUBJECT Year ACTIVITY
RFI BOLOGNA-MILANO HIGH SPEED LINE 2009
C.E. Certification of the subsystems Signaling,
In...
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Some activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - EuropeSome activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - Europe
Country Characteristic Year Activity...
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Some activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - WorldSome activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - World
Country Characteristic Year Activity
A...
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SomeSome activities on rolling stock…activities on rolling stock…
CLIENT ROLLING STOCK TYPE Year ACTIVITY
TRENITALIA LO...
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Thanks for your kind attentionThanks for your kind attention
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Riyadh, 5-6 May ...
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The European approach to guarantee safety and interoperability

  1. 1. 1 5th annual Middle East Rail Opportunities Riyadh, 5-6 May 2014 Carlo Carganico Italcertifer President & CEO The European approachThe European approach to guaranteeto guarantee safety and interoperabilitysafety and interoperability
  2. 2. 2 The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new approachapproach Content of the presentationContent of the presentation  Italcertifer CompanyItalcertifer Company  The certification of components andThe certification of components and subsystemssubsystems
  3. 3. 3 The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new approachapproach Content of the presentationContent of the presentation  Italcertifer CompanyItalcertifer Company  The certification of components andThe certification of components and subsystemssubsystems
  4. 4. 4 The European Railways can be considered as a refe- rence for railways worldwide because: •the traffic intensity and network complexity, biggest than in the rest of the world •the mix of High Speed lines and traditional ones •very consolidated safety concepts, norms, procedures, standards and technologies •proven experience in the implementation of rules, orga- nizations, technologies and systems •a technology market more open and standardized The European contextThe European context
  5. 5. 55 During the past years, in Europe big changes have occurred in many sectors of the society In railways, the main changes have been the definition and application of: • the liberalization concept • a new organization • the interoperability notion This has implied important technical, cultural and management modifications practically to the whole rail transport The recent history…The recent history…
  6. 6. 6 The liberalization is existing since many years in other transportation modes (i.e. ships, airplanes, buses,…) where several competitor companies offer their services at different prices, with different quality,…. In railways, the liberalization concept has arrived late but is rapidly expanding, pushing different companies to do their best to acquire and retain customers, who can benefit of the presence of many operators The liberalization conceptThe liberalization concept
  7. 7. 7 The railways are then no more an “unicum”; different “players” are present: •the infrastructure manager: one public Company in charge to manage the whole rail network, its assets, systems, rules,… •the rail undertakings: some public and private Com- panies capable to supply, in competion among them, passengers and freight services by using and paying the infrastructure facilities The new organizationThe new organization
  8. 8. 8 The interoperability is the capability of the railway system to allow the safe and uninterrupted circulation of the trains on the lines of different Countries ensuring the requested performances This capability is based on a “set” of the regulatory, technical and operational conditions to be respected in order to satisfy the essential requirements (technical compatibility, safety, reliability and availability, environ- mental protection, health) The interoperability notionThe interoperability notion
  9. 9. 99 The liberalization and the consequent competition could have result in a lower safety level: to avoid it, the European Commission has defined and issued: •common norms, rules and standards •a new “scheme”, indicating the different actors in-volved in the process (infrastructure managers, rail operators, national safety agencies, suppliers, and recognized bodies) and their specific commitments and responsibilities •homogeneous evaluation procedure The road map…The road map…
  10. 10. 10 The common rulesThe common rules • Directives: individuate the subsystems and precise the relative essential requirements • Technical specifications of Interoperability: fix the basic parameters and define the specifications to be fulfilled in order to satisfy the essential requirements • EN normes: costitute the technical documents to be applied and referred to
  11. 11. 11 1991/440: Development of the European railways 1996/48: Interoperability of the trans-European high speed railways system 2001/13: Authorization to the Railways Undertakings 2001/14: Infrastructure Capability and Safety Certificate 2001/16: Interoperability of the trans-European conventional railways system 2004/49: European railways safety 2008/57: Interoperability of the whole railway system (recast of the 96/48 and 01/16) 2009/131: Modifications to the annex 7 of the Directive 08/57 2009/149 Modifications to the 04/49 2011/18: Modifications to the 08/57 2012/34: Institution of an European common space 2013/9: Modifications to the annex 7 of the Directive 08/57 The main DirectivesThe main Directives
  12. 12. 12 The Technical Specifications of Interoperability (TSI) define the specific requirements, rules, procedures, norms,… to be applied in order to ensure the trains running across the Europe without any problem They are divided in three different categories: •High Speed TSI •Conventional TSI •Common TSI The Technical Specifications for InteroperabilityThe Technical Specifications for Interoperability
  13. 13. 13 High Speed TSI •Energy •Operation •Infrastructure •Maintenance •Rolling Stock Conventional TSI •Telematic applications for freight •Energy •Operation •Infrastructure •Noise Common TSI •Telematic applications for passengers •Control/Command & Signalling •Operation •Persons with Reduced Mobility •Safety in Railway Tunnels TheThe T.S.I.T.S.I.
  14. 14. 14 • EN 50126: the specification and demonstration of Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) • EN 50129: the safety demonstration by means of the “Safety case” • EN 50128: the subset of the EN 50129 specifically dedicated to the software. • EN 50124-1: the clearances and creepage distances for electrical and electronic equipments • EN 50121: the electromagnetic compatibility • EN 14198: the requirements for the brake system of trains hauled by a locomotive • EN 14363: testing for the acceptance of running characteristics of railway vehicles • EN ……. Some EN normsSome EN norms
  15. 15. 15 InfrastuctureInfrastucture ManagersManagers InfrastuctureInfrastucture ManagersManagers RailwayRailway UndertakingsUndertakings RailwayRailway UndertakingsUndertakings NotifiedNotified BodiesBodies NotifiedNotified BodiesBodies LaboratoriesLaboratoriesLaboratoriesLaboratories SuppliersSuppliersSuppliersSuppliers The new scheme: theThe new scheme: the actors….actors…. National Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority
  16. 16. 16 National Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority Infrastucture Managers Infrastucture Managers Railway Undertakings Railway Undertakings • Issuing of national documents: - Operational Rules - Technical Standards - Regulations • Issuing of: - Safety Authorization for Infrastructure Managers (IM) - Safety Certificate for Railway Undertakings (RU) • Investigation on rail accidents • Audit and Inspections on IM and RU Notified BodiesNotified Bodies LaboratoriesLaboratories …… and their roleand their role SuppliersSuppliers
  17. 17. 17 National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority Railway Undertakings Railway Undertakings • Planning, design, building of new infrastructures (lines, stations, tunnels, bridges, management systems,….). • Maintenance of the whole infrastructure • Traffic Manangement (including path selling to RU). SuppliersSuppliers InfrastuctureInfrastucture ManagersManagers InfrastuctureInfrastucture ManagersManagers …… and their roleand their role Notified BodiesNotified Bodies LaboratoriesLaboratories
  18. 18. 18 National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority Infrastucture Managers Infrastucture Managers RailwayRailway UndertakingsUndertakings RailwayRailway UndertakingsUndertakings • Operation and management of trains services (passengers and freight). • Rolling Stock fleet management and maintenance • Train and ground staff management SuppliersSuppliers …… and their roleand their role Notified BodiesNotified Bodies LaboratoriesLaboratories
  19. 19. 19 National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority Infrastucture Managers Infrastucture Managers Railway Undertakings Railway Undertakings SuppliersSuppliers • Design and pro- duction of rolling stock, compo- nents, systems,…. …… and their roleand their role Notified BodiesNotified Bodies LaboratoriesLaboratories
  20. 20. 20 National Safety AuthorityNational Safety Authority Infrastucture Managers Infrastucture Managers Railway Undertakings Railway Undertakings • Analysis and Assessment of Subsystems and Components • Conformity Verification to Regulations & Stan- dards (mandatory and voluntary field) • Assessment of suitability for use according to EU Directives • Supervision and Assessment of Test Proce- dures and Reports and activities in labora- tories and/or on site NotifiedNotified BodiesBodies NotifiedNotified BodiesBodies LaboratoriesLaboratoriesLaboratoriesLaboratories SuppliersSuppliers …… and their roleand their role
  21. 21. 21 The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new approachapproach Content of the presentationContent of the presentation  Italcertifer CompanyItalcertifer Company  The certification of components andThe certification of components and subsystemssubsystems
  22. 22. 22 All the “objects” (components, subsystems, systems) to be used in railway environment must then be evaluated by a well defined and common procedure in order to evaluate its compliance with all the applicable norms & standards This procedure contemplates some steps, including the analysis of the documents (design, construction and installation,…) and the execution of the necessary per- formance, quality & safety tests It has to be performed only by “recognized organisms” The evaluation procedureThe evaluation procedure
  23. 23. 23 The recognized organisms are the Notified Bodies (NoBo): they are authorized to operate by the Ministry of Transport of a member State after a specific and deep analysis of their competences, independence, experien- ces, know-how, financial capability,…. They are the only organisms allowed to certify the compliance of an “object” with the Technical Specifi- cations for Interoperability, issuing the relative “Cer- tificate”, and also to act as “independent safety asses-sor” in order to certify the compliance with the national norms, ensuring in this way the global safety The recognized organismsThe recognized organisms
  24. 24. 24 All NoBo are included in an official list, managed by the European Commission and accessible in the website N.A.N.D.O. - New Approach Notified and Designated Organizations (http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/newapproach/nando/) The NANDO web-siteThe NANDO web-site ……….. ……………….. …….. NB 1869 HHC/DRS Inspecties BV Netherlands NB 1940 INSTYTUT POJAZDOW SZYNOWYCH TABOR Poland NB 1960 ITALCERTIFER S.P.A. Italy NB 2030 Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd United Kingdom NB 2058 ………. Scandpower AS ……………….. Norway ……
  25. 25. 25 The NB-RailThe NB-Rail The NB-RAIL is a specific committee composed by representatives of all NoBo Through its specific working sub-Groups (energy, infras- tructure, rolling stock, control/command,…) it evaluates unclear points, specific questions, different interpre- tations,… in order to issue the “behavior rules” (RFUs) which should ensure the uniformity in performing the requested assessment activities
  26. 26. 26 In order to guarantee a deep and continuous asses- sment, these NoBo should intervene in all phases of the project (no matter if it regards a component, a system, a line, a train,….): • Design • Construction • Test • Put in service Moreover, in order to ensure that the initial characte- ristics are kept over time, the organisms must plan and perform periodic surveys during the entire lifecycle of the project The NoBo involvementThe NoBo involvement
  27. 27. 27 The certification main stepsThe certification main steps • Identification of the reference documents (TSI, stan- dards, rules,…) applicable to the “object” • Acquisition of the technical documents (drawings, specifications,…) and process documents (quality, manufacturing, testing,…) • Examination and evaluation of all these documents • Supervision of manufacturing activities (if and when required) • Supervision of testing activities
  28. 28. 28 The certification main stepsThe certification main steps • Evaluation of the test reports • Issuing of intermediate Assessment Reports indi- cating the necessary amendments, modifications, implementations to apply to the documents and/or to the “object” (LoP - List of Open Points) • Reiteration of the previous activities, one or more times, until all “open points” are closed • Issuing of the final Assessment Report • Issuing of the relative Certificate
  29. 29. 29 The result of the certification activityThe result of the certification activity
  30. 30. 30 The certification is the seal of the entire process of the project, implementation, use and maintenance of components, subsystems and systems It gives a formal end of the process in accordance with references rules for safety and interoperability It guarantees the independence of the assessment because it is issued by a third part It simplifies and speed up all steps necessary to export results reached in a Country to another It reduces time, effort and cost of V&V and assessment due to updates/improvements of components and systems during their life cycles The added value of the certificationThe added value of the certification
  31. 31. 31 While in Europe no “object” can be used in the rail environment without the certification process, in the rest of the world the rules are not (or not yet…) so stringent Anyway, many extra-European railways are going in the same direction or have planned to do so Moreover, most of the suppliers are already following the European procedures practically everywhere The certification in the worldThe certification in the world
  32. 32. 32 The European railways and the newThe European railways and the new approachapproach Content of the presentationContent of the presentation  Italcertifer CompanyItalcertifer Company  The certification of components andThe certification of components and subsystemssubsystems
  33. 33. 33 Italcertifer has been established in 2001 to perform products and systems certification, audits, inspections and other assessments in the field of guided transport, particularly railway. Its Shareholders are: The CompanyThe Company Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Holding University of Neaples Federico II University of Florence University of Pisa Polytechnic of Milan
  34. 34. 34 Italcertifer works according to the European Norms EN 45011 and EN 17020 (as certified by the Italian Accreditation Body Accredia) and has been officially appointed:  since 2007 as Notified Body (No.Bo.) by the Italian Ministry of Transport (nr. 1960 of NANDO website)  since 2008 as Independent Safety Assessor (I.S.A.) by the National Safety Agency (A.N.S.F.)  Since 2011 as Type A Inspection Body by the national accreditation organism (ACCREDIA) TheThe accreditationsaccreditations
  35. 35. 35 Certification & Inspection Division The organizationThe organization President & C.E.O. Certification Committee Impartiality Committee CCS on-board systems CCS ground systems EnergyInfrastructureRolling Stock Projects Verification Reduced Mo- bility Persons Costructions Inspection Fret Wagons Maintenance Technical Secretaria t Rolling Stock Laboratory Marketing Quality Planning Administration Technical Support Division Training Division Laboratories Division Infrastructure Laboratory Quality System Area Persons Area Boats Area Railway Area
  36. 36. 36 • Total persons: 132 • Assessors: 73 • Training & Technical Support: 5 • Administration & Marketing: 20 • Laboratories: 34 All Assessors made their previous experiences as top level persons within the Italian Railways and other important Companies in the fields of Signalling, Centralized Traffic Control, Infrastructure, Energy, Telecommunications, Civil Works and Rolling Stock The StaffThe Staff
  37. 37. 37 Static: •Infrastructure and New Technologies - Rome •Rolling Stock - Osmannoro (Florence) •Wind Gallery - Milan Polytechnic Mobile: •Test Train ETR500-Y1 (High Speed lines) •Test Train Archimede (Conventional lines) External: •FIREMA - Caserta (I) •I.K. - Warsaw (PL) •Matisa - Crisser (CH) •………….. The laboratoriesThe laboratories
  38. 38. 38 Conformity evaluation of interoperability constituents & sub- systems to the norms and standards for: • High Speed and conventional lines, Rolling Stock, Control Command and Signaling, Infrastructure, Energy, Safety in Railway Tunnels, Noise, Reduced Mobility Persons Conformity evaluation of hardware & software railways products to the: •CENELEC standards (50126, 50128, 50129, 61508, 61511,…), National Rules and Regulations, other rules and norms indicated by the Client Civil projects evaluation in order to confirm their validation pursuant: •The Legislative Decree 163/2006 and its further integrations Main activities…..Main activities…..
  39. 39. 39 Tests in laboratory and on field, even as support to the previous activities Certification of Entity in Charge of Maintenance (ECM) pursuant the EC Reg. 445/2009 Training activities for Infrastructure Managers, Railway Undertackings, Fabricants and Suppliers about: •European norms and standards • Certification process and procedures • Integrated Systems of Safety Management Main activities…..Main activities…..
  40. 40. 40 The infrastructure & New TechnologiesThe infrastructure & New Technologies laboratorylaboratory
  41. 41. 41 ETR500-Y1: the first train capable to perform measurements till 350 km/h Archimede: for speed till 200 km/h, it is capable to monitor 115 different para- meters, covering the more critical aspects of the rail verification. The mobile laboratoriesThe mobile laboratories
  42. 42. 42 The rolling stock laboratoryThe rolling stock laboratory
  43. 43. 43 Tests on lateral wind effects on high speed trains Tests and studies of the trains and vehicles aerodynamic behaviur The wind galleryThe wind gallery
  44. 44. 44 • the F.S. Group membership and the consequent knowledge of the railway processes and procedures (most of the staff are “railwaymen” having several years of experience in all the different sectors of the railway) • the long and deep experience acquired in assessing the whole Italian High Speed network • the deep knowledge of railway products of many and many European and worldwide suppliers • the strong and continuous cooperation with the Customers, from the beginning to the end of their projects have allowed Italcertifer to successfully address the foreign markets, getting significant contracts in some European countries and in many others far from, like China, India, Arabic Peninsula, Australia,.... The strengthsThe strengths
  45. 45. 45 Italcertifer has been acknowledged as indepen-dent and competent Assessor, in order to parti-cipate to their actual and/or future projects, by:  the Indian Ministry of Transport  the Abu Dhabi Department of Transport  the Saudi Arabia Organization Moreover, it will participate, as “Official Certifica-tion Partner”, to the next “Annual Middle East Rail Opportunities” (Riyadh, 4-5 may) International acknowledgmentsInternational acknowledgments
  46. 46. 46 CLIENT SUBJECT Year ACTIVITY RFI BOLOGNA-MILANO HIGH SPEED LINE 2009 C.E. Certification of the subsystems Signaling, Infrastructure, Energy RFI TURIN-MILAN HIGH SPEED LINE 2010 C.E. Certification of the subsystems Signaling, Infrastructure, Energy RFI FIRENZE-BOLOGNA HIGH SPEED LINE 2011 C.E. Certification of the subsystems Signaling, Infrastructure, Energy, Safety in Tunnels, PRM RFI BOLOGNA HIGH SPED UNDERGROUND CONNECTION 2009 CE Certification of Signalling, Infrastructure, Energy, Safety in Tunnel, PRM SIRTI, ECM ELECTRONIC INTERLOCKING Various Safety Assessment ALSTOM, ANSALDO STS, BOMBARDIER MORE THAN 70 ELECTRONIC INTERLOCKING SPEC. APPLICATIONS Various Safety Assessment ANSALDO, SELTA, ECM, GETS ENCODER 2011 Safety Assessment THALES, SITE AXLE COUNTER EQUIPMENTS 2010 Safety Assessment RFI, TRENITALIA SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 2011 Redaction and Issuing RFI ROME-NAPLES HIGH SPEED LINE 2009 C.E. Certification of the Signaling subsystem RFI BOLOGNA HIGH SPEED UNDERGROUND CONNECTION 2012 C.E. Certification TRENITALIA SCMT (national ATP) various Safety Assessment on different locomotives RFI, TRENITALIA SSC (help system for drivers) various Safety Assessment (ground and on-board) ANSALDO, SIRTI Multifunction Measurement Devices 2011 Functional Assessment Some activities as NoBo/ISA - ItalySome activities as NoBo/ISA - Italy
  47. 47. 47 Some activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - EuropeSome activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - Europe Country Characteristic Year Activity Austria/Italy Brennero Tunnel: high speed line 55 km - speed 250 km/h 2013 Project Verification and CE Certification and of Energy (ENE), Infrastructure (INF), CCS Bulgaria Plovdiv-Burgas: conventional line 122 km - Speed 130 km/h 2013 CE Certification of ENE, INF Czech Republic Poricany-Kolin: conventional line 22km, 3 stations, ETCS Lev.2 2010 CE Certification of Radio Block Centre Finland Ring Rail Line Helsinki : conventional line 18 km (7 in tunnel) 2010 Certification of INFRA, Safety in Railway Tunnels (SRT) Poland Wroclaw-Zgorzelec, Imbramowice-Zarow: conventional lines 24 km Tunnel Kolejowi-Pomiedzi-Staciami-Lodz: conventional lines 2 km Bytom Polnoc-Tarnowskic Gory, Galety-Strzebin: con- ventional lines 7 km Dolna Odra-Szczecin Podjuchy Zastow-Krakow Przdemiescie : conventional line 8 km Poznan-Wagrowiec: conventional line 52 km , ETCS Lev.1 2012/13 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 CE Certification of ENE, INF CE Certification SRT, PRM CE Certification ENE CE Certification ENE CE Certification ENE CE Certification CCS Greece ERTMS L1 on board equipments 2013 CE Certification Sweden Haparanda: high speed line 114 km, 8 stations, ETCS Lev.2 2010 CE Certification of Radio Block Centre
  48. 48. 48 Some activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - WorldSome activities as No.Bo./I.S.A. - World Country Characteristic Year Activity Arabian Emirates Shan-Habshan-Ruways: conventional lines 270 km 2012 Certification of Control, Command & Signalling (CCS) Australia Rio Tinto Company: Iron mine conventional line about 1300 km - ETCS modified (driverless) Roy Hill Company: mine conventional line > 350 km - local ETS modified (satellite location & communication) 2013-14 2013-14 Certification of CCS Certification of CCS China Zhengzhu-Xi’an: high speed line >700 km, 30 stations, local adaptation to ETCS Lev. 2 2010 Certification of Radio Block Centre India Chennai -Gummipundi: suburban line 46 km, ETCS Lev.1 TPWS North Delhi-Agra: conventional line 187 km, ETCS Lev.1 2012 2013 Certification of CCS Certification of CCS Saudi Arabia Mecca-Medina: high speed line 444 km, Speed 300 km/h, ETCS Lev. 2 Riyadh: Metro line 3 42 km 2012-14 2013-14 Certification of CCS, ENE, INF, SRT Independent Checking Engineering Turkey Ankara-Konya: high speed line 210 km, speed 250 km/h, ETCS Lev.1 Ankara-Sinkhan: conventional line 16 km Mersin-Toprakkale, Bogazkopru-Yenice: conventional lines >200 km Irmak-Zonguldak: conventional line 414 km Gezbe-Kosekoy: conventional line 56 km - ETCS Lev.1 Inonu-Kosekoy: conventional line - Length 136 km - ETCS Lev.1 Ankara-Konya: High Speed Line 210 km, upgrade to 300 km/h and ETCS Lev.2 2010 2010 2012 2013 2013 2013 2014 Certification of CCS, ENE, INF Certification of INFRA, ENE Certification of CCS Certification of CCS, TTLC, INF Certification of CCS Certification of CCS, ENE, INF Certification of CCS, ENE, INF
  49. 49. 49 SomeSome activities on rolling stock…activities on rolling stock… CLIENT ROLLING STOCK TYPE Year ACTIVITY TRENITALIA LOCO E403 2008 Technical Acceptance STADLER ETR150 - ATR 100 2008 Technical Acceptance SIEMENS E189 - E 474 2009 Technical Acceptance CONTACT PANTOGRAPH ATR 95 3 Kv 2009 C.E. Verification GREENBRIER SHIMMNS WAGON 2009 Technical Acceptance PESA ATR 220 2009 Technical Acceptance MATISA GRINDER (ON TRACK MACHINE) 2009 Technical Acceptance SIEMENS LOCO E190 2009 Technical Acceptance MECNAFER GRINDER TRAINSET (ON TRACK MACHINE) 2009 Technical Acceptance ANSALDOBREDA TWO FLOOR COACHES 2010 Technical Acceptance BOMBARDIER LOCO E464 2010 Technical Acceptance CONTACT PANTOGRAPH ATR95 25kV 2010 C.E. Verification CAF TRAINSET ATR 365 2010 Technical Acceptance MERMEC AUTOMOTRICE MM800 2012 Technical Acceptance CONTACT PANTOGRAPH ETR1000 2012 C.E. Verification TESMEC ON TRACK MACHINE 2012 Technical Acceptance VOSSLOH LOCO D100 2010 Technical Acceptance MATISA ON TRACK MACHINE B66U 2010 Technical Acceptance CAP TRAIN LOCO BB36000 2010 Technical Acceptance
  50. 50. 50 Thanks for your kind attentionThanks for your kind attention 5th annual Middle East Rail Opportunities Riyadh, 5-6 May 2014 Carlo Carganico Italcertifer President & CEO
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