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  • 1. FuTROSupplier launch event1 May 2013
  • 2. Welcome
  • 3. Agenda• 10.30 Introduction and welcome – James Hardy, RSSB• 10.35 Strategic context for FuTRO - Steve Yianni, Chair TSLG• 10.50 Vision of FuTRO - Ed Rollings, Network Rail• 11.00 FuTRO in the longer term - Clive Burrows, First Group• 11.20 Q&A – Panel• 11.40 Introduction to breakout activities – Roland Harwood, 100% Open• 11.50 Round 1 breakout discussions• 12.20 Round 2 breakout discussions• 12.50 Feedback from four breakout groups• 13.10 Next steps – James Hardy• 13.15 Networking lunch• 14.00 Informal networking
  • 4. • What is open innovation?• How to engage in the event– Twitter #FutroUK– Audio and video interviews– Question cards
  • 5. FuTRO in the Context of theRail Technical Strategy (RTS 2012)Steve YianniChairman Technical Strategy Leadership Group
  • 6. Rail Technical Strategy 2012RTS Video
  • 7. Rail Technical Strategy 2012Animation: Future possibilities
  • 8. What is TSLG?•Cross-industry technicalcommunity•Broad representation•RSSB-facilitated•Strategic direction agreed withRail Delivery Group•Responsible for cross-industryTechnical Strategy
  • 9. RTS 2012• Industry led• Whole system• 30 year vision• Transforming the railway• The opportunities are huge• Quantum shift in the cost base• Unlocking capacity to generateadditional revenue
  • 10. Consultation• Formal consultationcommenced October 2010• Extensive workshops• Endorsed by RDG and othercross-industry groups•RTS 2012 has informedindustry business planningprocesses
  • 11. –Launch of the RTS 201213th December• This is the vision of the industry• It will be for the industry totransform the vision into reality–…and FuTRO is the firstsubstantive step• Potential value £200-£400m pa
  • 12. 13FuTRO
  • 13. Introducing Ed Rollings
  • 14. FuTROFuture Traffic Regulation andOptimisation
  • 15. FuTRO• What it isn’t– Today’s railway– Today’s technology
  • 16. Current Traffic Management• Today’s Operating Concept• Today’s technology• Jump off for FuTRO
  • 17. The Vision• Integrated transport system management– End to end journey management– Vehicle and network management– Optimised operation and servicing
  • 18. ERTMSEuropean Rail Traffic ____________ System• Where is the Management?
  • 19. From Here to Where?Safe (Train) SeparationMovement AuthorityControl and Display SystemsLow Level Traffic ManagementHigh Level Traffic ManagementSafetyBusinessOperationalManagement
  • 20. What is FuTRO then?• Comprehensive system management• Real Time Optimisation• Resilient• Sustainable supply and support• Environmentally positive• Flexible, scalable capabilityA suite of tools?
  • 21. Challenges• Train Data• Infrastructure Data• Real time optimisation• Decision dissemination• Resilience• Human/Automation balance
  • 22. Introducing Clive Burrows
  • 23. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational Control06:0006:0606:14 06:09Driver drives to linespeed, subject tosignal aspects.Baseline• Normal Driving• Conventional SignallingEffect is to maximise on-time performance, but at the expense of energy and capacity
  • 24. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• stand-alone• onboard train location• timetable downloaded daily50MP4.10Step 1 - S-DASRouteTimetable06:0006:0606:14 06:09DAS calculates theoptimum speedprofileS-DAS improves energy efficiency, but has no effect on capacity.
  • 25. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• stand-alone• onboard train location• timetable downloaded daily30MP4.10Step 1 - S-DASRouteTimetable06:0006:0606:14 06:0930Can adapt advice fora TSR.Recalculates speedprofile and timings
  • 26. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time35MP4.10Step 2 – C-DAS Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal lingControlRouteTimetable06:0006:0606:14 06:09Unperturbedconditions – worksin stand-alonemode
  • 27. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time35MP4.10Step 2 – C-DAS Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal ling ControlRouteTimetable06:0006:0806:14 06:10DAS changes advice tothe driver to reflect newtimingsTraffic ManagementSystem predicts aconflict and issues anupdated journeyprofileC-DAS implemented with intelligent traffic managementcan improve both energy efficiency and capacity.
  • 28. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time30MP4.10Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal ling ControlEffectivenesslimited by need toavoid conflictinginformation todriverRouteTimetable06:0006:0606:14 06:09Step 2 – C-DAS
  • 29. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time30MP4.10Step 3 - C-DAS + ETCS Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal lingControlPotential conflictresolved by onboardsystemRBCETCS Level 2 (or 3)• Issues movement authorities• Supervises safe movement of trainRouteTimetable06:0006:0606:14 06:09C-DAS implemented with ETCS allows control to be optimisedControl strategy can be determined in real time (energy or capacity priority)
  • 30. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlDriver’s Advisory System• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time30MP4.10Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal ling ControlRBCETCS Level 2 (or 3)• Issues movement authorities• Supervises safe movement of trainRouteTimetableInterface between trafficmanagement and train• Timing point updates for next sectionof journey (download)• Train location (upload)06:0006:0606:14 06:09C-DAS interface with train is extremely simple.
  • 31. InterlockingSignal ling ControlTiming PointsOperational ControlAutomatic Train Operation• connected• onboard train location returned to control• timetable updates downloaded in real time30MP4.10Step 4 - ATO Operational ControlTraffic Management System• tracks trains throughout area• generates real time timing updates• coordinates signalling and operational controlSignal ling ControlArchitecture and dataflows can be identicalwith Step 3RBCETCS Level 2 (or 3)• Issues movement authorities• Supervises safe movement of trainRouteTimetableATO06:0006:0606:14 06:09Infrastructure data isthe key issueATO is a short step beyond C-DAS+ETCSArchitecture and data flows identical.
  • 32. End
  • 33. Q& A Panel
  • 34. Open Innovation - BreakoutsRoland Harwood
  • 35. Next Steps – James Hardy
  • 36. • Input from suppliers, academia• Report to be made available after the launch• Issue a series of open innovation challenges
  • 37. EIT plugs the ‘innovation gap’
  • 38. FuTROSupplier launch eventfutroprog@rssb.co.uk#futroUK@FuTRO_UK