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  • 1. About us: Finmeccanica Innovation in Railway and Application in the GCC. Abu Dhabi October 2013 Finmeccanica is Italy’s leading manufacturer in the high technology sector. Issam Chehimi Finmeccanica is the largest shareholder in Ansaldo STS with a 40% stake. 1
  • 2. About us: Ansaldo STS Ansaldo STS is a leading technology company operating in the global Railway & Mass Transit industries, providing signaling systems and complete turnkey solutions worldwide. 2
  • 3. Worldwide presence 3
  • 4. About us: Ansaldo STS Listed on Milan Stock Exchange (STAR Sector) - 2012 STS.MI Revenues € 1,248 Mln Orders € 1,492 Mln Backlog € 5,683 Mln EBIT € 117 Mln NFP € (302) Mln Employees ~ 4,100 4
  • 5. Business Lines Ansaldo STS delivers a full range of Railway and Mass TransitTransportation Solutions and Signalling Systems, such as… High Speed Tramwave (catenary free) Sub-urban Main Lines Driveless UTO Metro Tramway Conventional Metro Light Rail 5
  • 6. Last decades Main Innovations in Railway Over the last 3 decades the main worldwide innovations were : • GoA 4 Driverless Metro, • Catenary less Tramway System, • Interoperable Signalling System. 6
  • 7. More than 140 USD Bn. To be invested in the GCC Railways Projects, Most advanced and innovative solutions are required : • Fully automated driverless Metro for a fast growing cities (Riyadh, Jeddah, Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi...) • Centenary less Tramway solution for Iconic cities (Dubai, Lusail,...) • Interoperable Cross Border Main lines (GCC line) 7
  • 8. Ansaldo STS Driverless Solutions : Copenhagen Show case 8
  • 9. Ansaldo STS Driverless Solutions : Copenhagen Show case Copenhagen Metro Winner: European Metro of the Year Winner: World Metro of the Year Winner: Driverless Metro of the Year Ansaldo STS Turnkey E&M Contractor, Operator, Maintainer 9
  • 10. Copenhagen M1/M2 Driverless Metro Features Passenger service around the clock Line length phase 1-3 21.5 km Min Headway (Day) 90 sec Min Headway (Night) 15 min Train capacity (4 p/m2) 300 pass Line capacity (4 p/m2) May 2003 December 2003 12,000 pphpd Passengers/year phase 1-3 61 millions Fleet 34 – 3 cars trains of 39m Commercial speed 39 km/h Max speed 80 km/h Third rail power supply 750Vdc In passenger service and operated by AnsaldoSTS since 2002 •Phase 1 + 2 Lenght: 17,5 Km Stops: 17 (9 underground, 8 ground level) • Phase 3 Lenght: 4 Km Stops: 5 (all ground level) October 2007 October 2002 10
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  • 13. Copenhagen, a successful case: Supplier, Operator and Maintainer Supply – – – – System Design/Integration Technological systems Equipment Rolling Stock Operation & Maintenance – – – – – Mobilization Staff Operation Rules and procedures Maintenance 13
  • 14. Performance Parameters System Service Availability (Copenhagen M1/M2) 2011 Service Availability year average: 98,8% 98,0% Service Availability Formula: (1 – (missed departures / planned departures))*100 Contractual Target 14
  • 15. From Integrator to Full System Approach Signalling Power Supply Telecom … Integrator: The transportation system is conceived Rolling Stock just assembling a certain number of technologies. It has low performances and it’s not suitable for high technology and complex applications System Approach: since the beginning of design Civil Works Signalling Power Supply Telecom … phase, the Transportation System is conceived as a whole and each technology gain benefits. The overall system performances are higher then achievable through a simple integration Rolling Stock System/Safety Approach: Civil Works Signalling Power Supply Telecom … As AnsaldoSTS is also a leading company in the Signalling business, the System Approach adopted by AnsaldoSTS is more reliable, safe and with higher performance than a generic System Approach Rolling Stock Extended System Approach: Civil Works Signalling Power Supply Telecom … Rolling Stock O&M The successful O&M experience achieved by AnsaldoSTS during Copenhagen Driverless Unattended metro project, delivered in 2002 and operated since then, gives the opportunity to Extend the system approach, taking into account the specific O&M needs and criticalities since the beginning of the concept and design phase 15
  • 16. From Integrator to Full System Approach Civil Works Signalling Power Supply Telecom … Rolling Stock External Constraints* * • Viability/environmental impact • Pollution/CO2 reduction • Eco-sustainability • Energy saving requirements • Extreme climatic conditions • Particular security requirements • Urban development needs • Passenger/Operators needs not strictly related to system performances • Video-analytics • Alarm management • And much more… O&M Full System Approach: in order to effectively answer to all the transportation solutions market needs, AnsaldoSTS improved its System conception from the Extended to the Full System Approach, taking into account all the possible transportation system’s External Constraints during all the project’s phases (from design to O&M) With this new vision the transportation systems are not just the solutions to the traffic congestion but are a living part of the city answering to the passenger and operators needs of today and tomorrow 16
  • 17. Copenhagen M3/M4 City Ringen Driverless Metro Features Line length 17 km Min Headway 100 sec Stations 17 Train capacity (4p/m2) 300 pass Line capacity 11,000 pphpd Fleet 28 trains of 39m Max speed 90 km/h Third rail power supply 750 Vdc Stopping accuracy +/- 30cm Operational service 24/7 Technologies CBTC Driverless Operation 2018 17
  • 18. Honolulu Rail Transit Project Driverless Metro Features The project is an elevated metro line Line length 32 km Min Headway 90 sec Stations 21 Train capacity (3,2p/m2) 318 p Required initial line capacity 7.200 pphpd Fleet 40 2-car trains of 39 m Max speed 105 km/h Third rail power supply 750 Vdc Stopping accuracy +/- 15cm Operational service 20h/day, 7 day/week Operation 2017 (first segment) 18
  • 19. Application in the GCC Riyadh PNU Driverless Metro Features Line length 11.3 km Min Headway 90 sec Stations 14 Train capacity (2.5 p/m2) 110 pass Line capacity (2.5 p/m2) 4,400 pphpd Fleet 22 - 2 cars trains of 29m Commercial speed 24 km/h Max speed 60 km/h Third rail power supply 750 Vdc In operation since 2012 11.3 14 19
  • 20. Ansaldo STS Driverless Unattended Metros in the world Copenhage n M1/M2 Brescia Thessaloni ki Rome line C Milan line 5 Taipei (CBTC) Riyadh PNU Copenhage n Cityringen (CBTC) Honolulu Milan Line 4 (CBTC) Riyadh 21 km double track double tunnel 13.7 km double track single tunnel 9.5 km double track double tunnel 25 km (+17) double track double tunnel 12.6 km double track single tunnel 15.4 km double track viaduct 11.3 km double track viaduct 17 km double track double tunnel 32 km double track viaduct 15.2 km double track double tunnel 40.7 Km double track 22 stations 17 stations 13 stations 30 stations (+12) 19 stations 14 stations 14 stations 17 stations 21 stations 21 stations 22 stations min headway 90 s min headway 90 s min headway 90 s min headway 120 s min headway 75 s min headway 90 s min headway 90 s min headway 100 s min headway 90 s min headway 75 s min headway 90s 12,000 pphpd (4p/m2) 17,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 21,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 36,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 28,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 26,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 4,400 pphpd (2.5p/m2) 12,000 pphpd (4 p/m2) 7,200 pphpd (3.2 p/m2) 28,000 pphpd (6p/m2) 5000 pphd 34 trains 3 cars per train (39m) 21 trains 3 cars per train (39m) 18 trains 4 cars per train (50m) 30 (+13) trains 6 cars per train (108m) 21 trains, 4 cars per train (50m) 17 trains 4 cars per train (70m) 22 trains 2 cars per train (29m) 28 trains 3 cars per train (39m) 40 trains 2 cars per train (38.5m) 47 trains 4 cars per train (50m) 13 + 3 years O&M In operation since 2002 2 years of operation 7 years of maintenan ce 3 years of service assistance Local existing Operator training 27 years O&M as member of the Concess. Future system extension : 52 km, 56 stations, 64 trains 3 years O&M 5 + 3 years O&M 12 years O&M 25 years O&M as member of the Concess. 47 trains 10 years of maintenace Ansaldo STS has been developing more than 210km of Unattended Metros all over the world 20
  • 21. Visual impact of Milan Tram with overhead catenaries 21
  • 22. Visual impact of Milan Tram with TramWave 22
  • 23. Visual impact of Naples Tram with overhead catenaries 23
  • 24. Visual impact of Milan Tram with TramWave 24
  • 25. TramWave Ansaldo STS catenary-free solution 25
  • 26. TramWave ground-level line module Steel plate Module Negative feeder Safety Negative feeder Internal contact connected to the Positive feeder Internal contact connected to Safety Negative feeder Positive Feeder 26
  • 27. Operating Principle Power Collector When the bogie pantograph is retracted in rest position: The power collector in the upper position is unable to activate the power line segments; the pulling force is not enough to lift up the belt The vehicle can run over the line in coasting without activating the segments All the segments are not energized and connected to ground 27
  • 28. Operating Principle Power Collector When the bogie pantograph is released: The power collector is in contact with the segments and its magnetic force attracts the flexible ferromagnetic belt, that push up the internal movable conductive contacts, allowing the closing of the electric circuit and so the power transmission from the segments, in contact with the collector, and the vehicle 28
  • 29. Operating Principle Groud-level module’s steel contact plate Veichle body Train boogie power collector The steel plates in contact with the power collector are the only one energized 29
  • 30. Operating Principle ~ 50 cm 30
  • 31. Operating Principle ~ 100 cm 31
  • 32. Operating Principle 32
  • 33. TramWave: main benefits for sustainable urban mobility • Make the urban context more liveable, removing the visual impact of overhead catenaries and poles from squares, buildings, monuments, historical areas, etc… • Continuous power transmission from contact line to vehicles without any interruption/charging times (for both traction and auxiliaries) • No need of on-board big and heavy storage energy systems (supercapacitors) • No need of electronic devices • The closing of the traction electric circuit doesn’t foreseen the use of the tracks no more problem due to the effects of stray currents, preserving the underground utilities (water and gas pipelines, electricity network underground cables, etc…) and the rails less maintenance costs. from electrolysis effects • Possibility to have a mixed power-supply system, by mean having Tramwave and traditional catenaries on the same tramway line (ex. Tramwave in the historical centres and catenaries in the suburbs), moreover it’s possible to feed with Tramwave rubber tired vehicles like busses • Regenerative Breaking and energy saving 33
  • 34. TramWave Safety Assessment certificate 34
  • 35. Installation in Naples 35
  • 36. Installation in Naples 36
  • 37. AnsaldoSTS is a leader in ERTMS Level 2 and has provided more than 50% of the Signalling Technology for all High Speed lines* worldwide. 37 * Reference excludes Japan
  • 38. Global ERTMS & High Speed applications France High Speed network LGV EST - lev. 2 Tournan-Marles en Brie - lev. 1-2 On-board - lev. 1/2 On-board - lev. 2 Cross border Figueres-Perpignan - lev. 1/2 Paris-Brussels-CologneAmsterdam Channel Tunnel Rail Link Sweden / Finland / Norway Haparandabanan - lev. 2 STM Nordic Germany Saarbrücken-Mannheim - lev. 2 Berlin-Rostock - lev.2 Velaro on-board - lev.2 Spain Madrid-Lleida HSL - lev. 1/2 Madrid-Atocha HSL by-pass On-board - lev. 1-2 Czech Republic Poříčany-Kolín - lev. 2 Austria - Hungary Vienna-Budapest - lev. 1 Turkey Bogazkopru-Yenice Mersin-Toprakkale - lev. 1 On-board - lev 1 South Korea On-board - lev. 1 Seoul-Busan HSL Italy Rome-Naples HSL - lev. 2 Turin-Milan HSL - lev. 2 Milan-Bologna HSL - lev. 2 SCMT projects On-board - lev. 1 On-board - lev. 2 Greece On-board - lev. 1 Romania Campina - Predeal - lev. 1 China Zhengzhuang-Xi’an - lev. 2 Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan - lev. 1 Qinhuangdao-Shenyang DPL On-board - lev. 1-2 UK Cambrian Coast - lev. 2 High Speed One Libya Ras Ajdir - Sirt - lev. 1/2 Al-Hisha - Sabha - lev. 2 India Chennai-Gummudipundi - lev.1 Delhi-Agra - lev. 1 UAE Shah Habshan Ruwais - lev. 2 38
  • 39. Apllication in the GCC • SHR – Etihad Rail Stage ERTMS Level2 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 39
  • 40. Global Ansaldo STS system architecture (1) • Project Legth: 264 km (140 km double track; 124 km single track) RBC: 1 Balises: 400 Point Machine: 65 Axle Counter: 150 • Signalling: – Interlocking • Multistation ACC Technology • 2 extended CBIs – ETCS Level 2 signalling system • 1 Radio Block Centre (RBC) • SRS 2.3.0 compliant with option to update to SRS 3.0 • Telecomms: Multi Service Network,GSM-R,PAVA, Telephony,Master Clock • Non Vital : Traffic Management System, Train Describer, SCADA, MMIS, BMIS, ACCES Control, Freight Asset Protection 40
  • 41. Thank you … 41