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Presentation 1 of 8 from Horizon 2020 for Rail event held 8th Nov 2013.
High level overview of where Horizon 2020 fits in
Beginning with the Transport White Paper, and Challenge 2050.
Introduction to Horizon 2020 research programme, its scope and purpose, and how it will differ from the previous Framework Programmes.

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  • High level overview of where Horizon 2020 fits in H2020 - Content and new procedures Dennis Schut UIC Research Manager Horizon 2020 for Rail – Nov 8th 2013
  • CONTENTS >  Europe 2020 >  Innovation Union >  White Paper >  Challenge 2050 for Rail >  Horizon2020 >  Draft Work program 2014 – 2015 & 1st Call content >  Submission and evaluation procedures >  New TEN-T and more – guidelines & possibilities 2
  • Europe 2020 Europe 2020 is the EU's growth strategy for the coming decade. à Europe needs to become a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. à help the EU and the Member States deliver high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion. Five ambitious objectives: à  employment à  innovation à  education à  social inclusion à  climate/energy Each MS has adopted its own national targets in each of these areas. Concrete actions at EU and national levels underpin the strategy 3
  • Innovation Union A pocket guide on a Europe 2020 initiative Europe’s future is connected to its power to innovate. The Innovation Union, an action-packed initiative for an innovation-friendly Europe, is the solution. It forms part of the Europe 2020 strategy that aims to create smart, sustainable and inclusive growth 4
  • EC White Paper 2011 Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area - Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system 5
  • EC White Paper - Summary •  Roadmap of 40 concrete initiatives to: •  build a competitive transport system that will increase mobility, remove major barriers in key areas and fuel growth and employment •  dramatically reduce Europe's dependence on imported oil and cut carbon emissions in transport by 60% by 2050 •  à No more conventionally-fuelled cars in cities •  à 40% use of sustainable low carbon fuels in aviation; at least 40% cut in shipping emissions •  à 50% shift of medium distance intercity passenger and freight journeys from road to rail and waterborne transport. 6
  • Challenge 2050 (for the rail system) >  A vision of the future of the European rail system >  Where it could be in 2050 (as seen through the eyes of the sector’s leaders) >  Will encourage delivery of a business-led vision >  Describe the role rail can play in the development of the European region >  It is NOT: -  -  7 a research/innovation agenda (ERRAC) or an agenda for delivery of the White Paper
  • 8 What  does  it  cover?   > Three  core  pillars:   •  Policy     •  Technical     •  Services   > Comprises:   •  The   vision   document   itself   –   set  in  2050   •  A   suppor<ng   paper   that   sets   out  a  range  of  today’s  drivers   that   will   be   part   of   the   journey  to  get  there    
  • SUSTAINABLE Rail provides a resource-efficient solution for sustainable mobility and transport and a significant contribution to reductions in GHG emissions SAFE & SECURE Rail is the safest mode of transport PERFORMANT Trains are on time and promised facilities for freight and passengers are available CONNECTED Rail is the backbone in an interconnected and seamless co-modal transport system INTEROPERABLE Rail Technology is adaptable to various demand volumes, market or product requirements, and operating areas COMPETITIVE Rail is a competitive and viable first choice of transport mode in terms of cost and quality of service ATTRACTIVE Passengers and freight users receive a consistently high-quality service 9
  • From Challenge 2050 to the RTSE structure RTSE: a 10 year plan of what the railway system needs for the future! Short term: to feed the EC about what is missing in S2R which (as far as we know at this moment) so far does NOT cover the railways system 10
  • Developing the technical pillar European members UIC Team Research & Innovation Priorities q  Passenger Services q  Freight Services q  Control, Command q  Rolling Stock q  Infrastructure q  Energy 11 Rail Technical Strategy Europe FOSTER Rail UIC Work Programme RICG Plenary - Paris - 07/11/2013
  • Content RTSE Foreword  and  Execu;ve  Summary 1.  Introduc;on:  A  new  customer  experience 2.  The  system  and  its  Opera;on 1.    Control,  Command  and  Communica1on 2.    Infrastructure 3.    Rolling  Stock 4.    Energy 5.    Informa1on  Management Opera<onal Customer 3.  The  Sustainable  and  Resilient  Railway a.    Economics  and  Value  For  Money b.    Society c.    Security d.    Environment e.    Safety 4.  Railway  People 5.  Standardisa;on 6.  Bringing  it  together  &  Innova;on 12 RICG Plenary - Paris - 07/11/2013
  • HORIZON 2020 (2014 – 2020) Horizon 2020 is the financial instrument implementing the Innovation Union, a Europe 2020 flagship initiative aimed at securing Europe's global competitiveness EU’s new programme for research and innovation is part of the drive to create new growth and jobs in Europe Horizon 2020 provides major simplification through a single set of rules. It will combine all research and innovation funding currently provided through the: •  Framework Programmes for Research and Technical Development •  the innovation related activities of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP4) •  European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT5) Budget: €70 + billion 13
  • HORIZON 2020 Ctd. Strengthen the EU’s position in science with a dedicated budget of € 24 341 million – incl. The European Research Council (ERC) Strengthen industrial leadership in innovation € 17 015 million – incl. major investment in key technologies, greater access to capital and support for SMEs. Provide € 30 956 million1 to help address major concerns shared by all Europeans such as: •  climate change •  developing sustainable transport and mobility •  making renewable energy more affordable •  ensuring food safety and security •  coping with the challenge of an ageing population •  and other important issues 14
  • Draft Work Program 2014 - 2015 ANNEX 14 TO THE DECISION WORK PROGRAMME 2014 – 2015 11. Smart, green and integrated transport (DRAFT 18/10/2013) (European Commission C(2013)XXX of XX December 2013) 15
  • The division of the H2020 budget for 2014/15 Clean Sky 2   467.7   SESAR 2   73.1   Mobility for Growth Call   108.0   Total   648.8   S2R (tbd, 2015)   36.1   Mobility for Growth Call   52.0   Total   88.1   Mobility for Growth Call   74.0   Green vehicles call   159.0   Total   253.0   Mobility for Growth Call   74.0   Contribution to Blue Growth   19.0   Total   93.0   Mobility for Growth Call   106.5   Contribution to Smart Cities   40.0   Total   146.5   10.7%   Logistics   Mobility for Growth Call   50.0   3.7%   ITS   Mobility for Growth Call   31.0   2.3%   Infrastructure   Mobility for Growth Call   36.5   2.7%   Socio-economics   Mobility for Growth Call   18.6   1.4%   Aviaton   Rail   Road   Waterborne   Urban   Total allocated   16 to Transport   47.5%   6.4%   18.5%   6.8%   areas   1365 ME  
  • Draft Work Programme 2014-2015 - Content of the first Call SMART, GREEN and INTEGRATED TRANSPORT Objective : "To achieve a European transport system that is resource-efficient, climateand-environmentally-friendly, safe and seamless for the benefit of all citizens, the economy and society." SPECIFIC PROGRAMME PRIORITIES 4 broad lines of activities aiming at: •  Resource efficient transport that respects the environment •  Better mobility, less congestion, more safety and security •  Global leadership for the European transport industry •  Socio-economic and behavioural research and forward-looking activities for policy-making 17
  • The areas of the WP and Call Areas addressing Mode-Specific Challenges: 1. Aviation; 2. Rail; 3. Road; 4. Waterborne Areas addressing Transport Integration Specific Challenges: 5. Urban; 6. Logistics; 7. Intelligent Transport Systems; 8. Infrastructure Areas addressing Cross-Cutting Issues: 9. Socio-economic and behavioural research and forward looking activities for policy-making Transport-related Joint Undertakings Clean Sky 2 SESAR 2 Shift2Rail (Decision pending) Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 . 18
  • Rail topics within the 4 lines of activity Smart, Green & Integrated Transport   1. Resource efficient transport that respects the environment   Rail   2. Better mobility, less congestion, more safety & security   3. Global leadership for the European transport industry   4. Socio-economic research & forward looking activities for policy making   MG.2.2: Smart rail services   MG.2.1: Intelligent infrastructure   MG.2.3: New generation of rail vehicles   Urban   Logistics   MG.6.1: Synergies along supply chains   ITS   Infrastructure   Socio-economics   19 MG.8.1: Smarter design, construction & maintenance   MG.8.2: Next generation of infrastructure   MG.8.2: Next generation of infrastructure   MG.8.2: Next generation of infrastructure   MG.8.4: Network resilience & innovation (very academic…)  
  • Content of the Rail Call and 3 main rail Topics RAIL – in general •  Fulfil its potential of playing a significant role in meeting future transport needs •  Adapt to increasingly constrained public finances à Rail industry needs to radically progress in terms of: •  service, costs, interoperability, capacity, noise reduction and competiveness •  further developing its advantages in terms of carbon footprint •  stepping well beyond just technology •  developing novel business, organisational and logistic solutions •  developing new partnerships with service and technology providers from more advanced sectors •  much needed search-for-excellence •  rapidly addressing the weaknesses that hamper rail services and operations •  engaging in a number of game-changers in rail services and operations. 20
  • Content of the Rail Call – Rail in general Proposals submitted can be designed as a preparation for a fast and smooth start-up of large-scale initiatives as Shift2Rail Selected projects will contribute to the objectives of the initiative to be implemented under a public-private partnership The scope of the projects could include: •  assessment of feasibility of specific solutions or applications •  relevant work conducive to a prototyping of a product or process in an operational environment like for instance: •  elaboration of a business case •  definition of technical, operational or service requirements •  enabling planning or standardisation activities •  critical technologies development •  set-up of validation/certification strategies 21
  • 3 types of “actions” or projects Research and innovation actions Action primarily consisting of activities aiming to establish new knowledge Innovation actions Action primarily consisting of activities directly aiming at producing plans and arrangements or designs for new, altered or improved products, processes or services Coordination and support actions Actions consisting primarily of accompanying measures such as standardisation, dissemination, awareness-raising & communication, networking, coordination or support services, policy dialogues 22 4.b Horizon 2020, 1st call EGoA, 2013-11-06
  • Content of the Rail Call and 3 main rail Topics MG.2.1-2014. Intelligent Infrastructure Specific challenge: need for a step change in the productivity of the infrastructure assets. These assets will need to be managed in a more holistic and intelligent way, using lean operational practices and smart technologies that can ultimately contribute to improving the reliability and responsiveness of customer service and the whole economics of rail transportation Scope: The research and innovation activities will evolve within the following three complementary work streams to be addressed separately: A.  Smart, cost-efficient, high-capacity rail infrastructure: •  identifying relevant infrastructure-related challenges •  developing solutions that result in reduced investment and recurring operational costs and improve the reliability and availability of rail operations. 23
  • Main Topic: Intelligent Infrastructure B. Intelligent mobility management: •  development of intelligent and automated rail traffic dispatching systems supporting an integrated approach to the optimisation of rail operations at network, route and individual train level. These should reconcile business and operational requirements (namely customer service, capacity, speed, timekeeping, energy, asset management) with real-time field and asset condition monitoring to deliver normal or near-normal services during all but the most exceptional circumstances. •  emphasis on real-time data collection and analytics from trains and infrastructure for the purposes of predictive and adaptive control of the traffic and to minimise disturbances with a view to ensuring a minimum impact on services •  interfaces and compatibility with information services from other transport modes shall be guaranteed Full compatibility with European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) must be ensured. 24
  • Main Topic: Intelligent Infrastructure C. Energy management: •  innovative approaches to improve the efficiency of energy usage (vehicles, infrastructure and operation) •  development of smart concepts in intelligent design and management of energy systems for rail applications with a whole-of-life perspective (from concept to implementation through the design, procurement, manufacturing, construction, operations and maintenance phases) Expected impact: •  indicative surge in the utilisation of capacity within a range 70-90% •  reduction in the recurrent costs of rail operations within a range of 25-45% Type of action: Research and Innovation Actions (100% funding) – Two stage Ø  25
  • Content of the Rail Call and 3 main rail Topics MG.2.2-2014. Smart Rail Services Specific challenges: A. Seamless multimodal travel: •  enhance the rail traveller experience centred on solutions that respond to customer needs to support anytime, anywhere door-to-door intermodal journeys encompassing distinct modes of transportation, including factors: •  as travel planning •  one-stop-shop ticketing and booking transactions •  en-route travel companion •  real-time re-accommodation 26
  • Main Topic: Smart Rail Services Scope: •  conceiving and prototyping an on-line, mobile, suite of integrated (planning & reservation of user-friendly multimodal trips and services) •  easily accessible entitlements, validation and control for all transport modes, en-route assistance including re-accommodation •  supported by business analytics providing relevant feedback of traveller data with the aim of ensuring more robust and responsive transport operations •  based robust business models capable of guaranteeing the economics of these e-services in the long-term. 27
  • Main Topic: Smart Rail Services B. Logistic services: •  acquire a new service-oriented profile for rail freight services (intermodal) while incorporating innovative value-added services •  increase productivity, fostering technology transfer from other sectors into rail freight Scope: •  addressing the key challenges of freight through a systematic "top-down" approach (applicability of the solutions on a European scale or based on trainload/intermodal /wagonload or commodity-based segments) •  define the optimal combination of business, operational and technological solutions Priority should be given to those aspects that maximise potential returns in the short-term and require only moderate investment. 28
  • Main Topic: Smart Rail Services Expected impact: •  increased rail attractiveness through a new service profile focused on customers by providing them with an integrated end-to-end solution for their travel needs – from transaction support to en-route assistance •  Logistic Services projects should be aimed at reaching 98% level on-time delivery •  achieving significant gains from a diversification of the freight business •  re-engineering production processes towards a leaner, more servicefocused stance capable of delivering significantly higher levels of productivity (e.g. a doubling of both the revenue per employee and the annual load-runs per wagon, reduction of up to 50% in dwell times and a two-fold increase in the load factor for trains/wagons) Type of action: Research and Innovation Actions (100% funding) – Two stage 29
  • Content of the Rail Call and 3 main rail Topics MG.2.3-2014. New generation of rail vehicles Specific challenges: •  ever-evolving requirements regarding quality of service •  mounting energy costs •  reduced emissions •  increasing stress on the economics of rail operation •  delivery of enhanced functionalities, comfort operational performance, interoperability and reduced life cycle costs 30
  • Scope: Main Topic: New Generation of Vehicles •  Development and demonstration of a new-generation of railway vehicles and passenger trains with significant improvements in product reliability, costeffectiveness, user-friendliness, safety and security, environmental i mpacts, ease of manufacture and interoperability •  Development and integration of higher-performance technologies for critical structural traction, command-control and cabin environment applications, the design and production solutions •  Development of innovative solutions in order to: extend vehicle lifetime or simplify retrofitting and will ensure interoperability through better (EMC) between the railway vehicles and the electrical installations of the network •  Development of innovative, modular and customisable solutions for comfortable and attractive train interiors as an integral part of the whole passenger train concept. 31
  • Horizontal Topics in Transport •  MG.6.1-2014. Fostering synergies alongside the supply chain (including e-commerce) •  MG.6.2-2014. De-stressing the supply chain •  MG.6.3-2015. Common communication and navigation platforms for pan-European logistics applications •  MG.7.1-2014. Connectivity and information sharing for intelligent mobility. •  MG.7.2-2014. Towards seamless mobility addressing fragmentation in ITS deployment in Europe •  MG.8.1-2014. Smarter design, construction and maintenance •  MG.8.2-2014. Next generation transport infrastructure: resource efficient, smarter and safer 32
  • Evaluation Process: NEW! •  Three evaluation criteria: Excellence – Implementation - Impact •  Panels of independent experts evaluate the proposals submitted against standard criteria (3 to 5 experts) • The evaluation process covers the following steps: individual evaluation; consensus groups; final panels •  Proposals scoring above thresholds will be ranked according to the evaluation results •  Funding decisions according to the budget available •  A number of proposals may be kept in reserve to allow for eventualities as failures of negotiations on projects, withdrawal of proposals, budget savings, availability of additional budget from other sources In some cases there will be a Single-stage evaluation – but for the 3 main Rail Topics there will be a Two-stage evaluation procedure! 33
  • Evaluation Process: NEW! 2 Stage evaluation – what does it mean? 34
  • Evaluation Process: NEW! 2 Stage evaluation – what does it mean? 35
  • Evaluation Process: NEW! Stage 1 and Stage 2 evaluation: main features • Stage 1: outlined proposals max 15 pages (+ list of partners) • Stage 1 evaluated “remotely” • Limited criteria (Excellence and Impact) – min thresholds 4 out of 5 for both criteria • “GO” proposals are invited to submit a complete proposals in Stage 2… •… to be evaluated against all 3 criteria •Consistency with first stage proposal to be confirmed: no changes of key partners no deviations above +/-20% in the budget no substantial change in the scope of the work 36 The Future of Rail Research – SIAFI – Paris – 21 October 2013
  • Evaluation Process: NEW! Stage 1 and Stage 2 evaluation: main features Experience shows: • Stage 1: only retain proposals with very realistic chances to be funded… • … this should lead to > 40% success rate at stage 2 • Stage 2 proposers more committed; partnerships more stable; proposals more accurate in the description of work and administrative part •Info days for "GO" proposals: opportunity to clarify outstanding issues 37
  • The Connecting Europe Facility Financing the TEN-T infrastructure Linked to innovation and Development!
  • Connecting Europe Facility One instrument – three sectors Connec<ng  Europe  Facility     Transport   Guidelines   Energy   Guidelines     Financing framework 2014-2020 Telecom   Guidelines  (setting priorities for The "European Infrastructure Package" (European Commission proposal, October 2011) Sectoral policy frameworks 2020, 2030, 2050)
  • .  Revision of the TEN-T Guidelines Revised TEN-T map – two layers approach » Comprehensive network will cover entire EU, accessibility for all citizens and businesses » Core network: a selection of the most important parts of the network to be realised as a priority until 2030 .  Clear technical requirements and standards with clear implementation deadlines » 2030 (core network) and 2050 (comprehensive network) .  .  Telematic applications for a fully interoperable network » ERTMS, SESAR, ITS, RIS, VTMIS Core network corridors as a means for reinforced coordination of TEN-T infrastructure development » 10 core network corridors
  • Today: still a patchwork…. Priority Projects (PP) design PP's state of implementation 2012
  • By 2030: the network The TEN-T core network (rail freight)
  • 10 core network corridors
  • European transport system Investment needs •  €1.5 trillion of investment needs by 2030 •  TEN-T alone: €500 billion by 2020 •  TEN-T Core Network: €250 billion by 2020 •  Estimate based on discussions with MS on their project portfolio
  • Connecting Europe Facility Budget (EC MFF proposal June 2011) > €31.7 billion (transport funds) Ø  €19.7bn: grant component (estimate) Ø With an estimated average co-funding rate of 20% could generate €98.5bn Ø  €2bn: innovative financial instruments (estimate of market take-up) Ø With an estimate leverage of up to 15 or 20 could generate total investments €30bn to €40bn of Ø  €10bn to be transferred from the Cohesion Fund (grants) Ø To be allocated exclusively to projects in Cohesion Fund eligible Member States Ø With an estimated average co-funding rate of 85% could generate €11.5bn €140bn to €150bn: total amount of investments that could be generated
  • CEF transport budget allocation •  80 – 85 % of for preidentified projects listed in CEF Annex •  •  •  horizontal priorities, sections on 10 core network corridors, other important core network sections •  15 – 20 % for other projects on the core and comprehensive networks
  • CEF grants (3): Co-funding rates Types of Projects   All Member States   Member States eligible for Cohesion Fund   (a) Studies (all)   50%   80-85%   Cross border   40%   80-85%   Bottleneck   30%   80-85%   Other projects of common interest   20%   80-85%   Cross border   40%   80-85%   Bottleneck   30%   80-85%   Other projects of common interest   (b)Works on   Rail   Inland waterways   20%   80-85%   Inland transport connections to ports and airports (rail and road)   20%   80-85%   Development of ports   20%   80-85%   Development of multi-modal platforms   20%   80-85%   Reduce rail freight noise by retrofitting of existing rolling stock   20%   20%   Freight transport services   20%   20%   Secure parkings on road core network   20%   20%   Motorways of the sea   20% 30% (Council proposal)   20% 30% (Council proposal)   ERTMS (rail) (+ RIS & VTMIS – Council proposal)   50%   80-85%   Other modes   20%   80-85%   Cross border road sections   none (Council proposed 10%)   80-85%   New technologies and innovation for all modes of transport (Council proposal)   20%   20%   Traffic management systems  
  • Structural funds: complementary EU financial support for transport infrastructure development > Cohesion Fund (CF) •  €34 billion (out of which €10 billion within CEF) for transport infrastructure in eligible Member States •  TEN-T sections (both core and comprehensive) •  Up to 85% of eligible costs > European Regional Development Fund (ERDF/FESR) •  A part of total ERDF €170 billion to be dedicated to transport infrastructure •  TEN-T sections (both core and comprehensive) •  Connecting secondary and tertiary nodes to TEN-T infrastructure •  Less developed regions: up to 85% of eligible costs •  Transition regions: up to 75% of eligible costs
  • Thank you for your kind attention schut@uic.org 49