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Zylstra 3rd European Wi Fi@Transport Summit (Mar06)

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Keynote Pieter Zylstra (Zylstrategy) on why innovative train operators are building wireless networks.

Keynote Pieter Zylstra (Zylstrategy) on why innovative train operators are building wireless networks.

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  • 1. Mobility Transformation: Roadmap for “Intelligent Transportation Hubs” Pieter K. Zylstra – Head of Mobility Europe & AsiaPac – Capgemini Presentation at Third European WiFi@Transport Summit Utrecht, March 30th, 2006
  • 2. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ • Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation • The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms • “How to start?” Capgemini 4-Step Approach • Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20061
  • 3. Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ ‘ubiquitous’ computing Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20062
  • 4. Mobility is driving ‘ubiquitous computing’… Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20063
  • 5. Why should you care about Mobility? In collaboration with Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @ Transportation – March 2006
  • 6. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ •Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation • The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms • “How to start?” Capgemini 4-Step Approach • Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20065
  • 7. “Mobilizing the IP universe”? W-CDMA UMTS EDGE IMT- IMT-2000 WiFi / WiMaX 2.5G iMode HSCSD iBurst CDMA GSM 1xEV- 1xEV-DO 3G HSDPA Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20066
  • 8. Why Capgemini believes WiFi & WiMaX to be the next “disruptive technologies”… “WiFi is the world’s first global wireless networking standard, WiMaX will be the first truly global wireless broadband standard” Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20067
  • 9. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ •Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation • The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms • Roadmap Towards “Intelligent Transportation Hubs” • “How to start?” Capgemini 4-Step Approach • Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20068
  • 10. Mobility@Transportation Market drivers Social: Dino’s, Onaku’s, 24*7, Security Technology: Disruptive, Agnostic, Legal: Compliancy, Promiscious Transparancy, Tracking & Tracing Organisation: Financial: Ecosystems, Efficiency, Volatility, Non-transport Empowerment Revenue Business: Innovation, Competition Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 20069
  • 11. Example New Technology: Intel’s shrinking silicons… Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 10
  • 12. Example New Devices: Kodak’s wireless cameras Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 11
  • 13. Example New Devices: Apple’s wireless iPod? Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 12
  • 14. Example New ‘Agnostic’ Devices: “On The Go” Mobile Concept PCs Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 13
  • 15. Example New Business: Skype’s Disruptive Model: (Mobile) VOIP Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 14
  • 16. Example new Revenue: Location based commercials on New York taxis… Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 15
  • 17. Example new Revenue: …and soon in your rolling stock? Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 16
  • 18. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ •Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation • The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms • “How to start?” Capgemini 4-Step Approach • Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 17
  • 19. Business drivers In collaboration with Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @ Transportation – March 2006
  • 20. Global Masterclass Mobility@Transport: Linking business drivers to IP architectures NEW INNOVATIVE MOBILITY@RAIL SERVICES This is a subset of the Services, due to the limited size of this panel In collaboration with Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @ Transportation – March 2006
  • 21. Capgemini & ecosystem partners created @Anyplace Access value proposition Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 20
  • 22. Connected trains is about extending the possibilities of serving customers and improving operations The biggest benefits lays in an integrated approach of ensuring use for both the public as well as the enterprise Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 21
  • 23. Collaboration between stakeholders is key to the success of realizing the vision – requires collaborative approach! It is all about organizing the value chain and develop collaboration between all stakeholders Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 22
  • 24. Together with our ecosystem partners we provide an end-2-end solution for the public transportation industry Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 23
  • 25. Various needs have different security demands… Enhanced Security 802.1x, Basic Security TKIP/SSN Encryption, Open Access 40-bit or 128-bit Mutual Authentication, No Encryption, Static WEP Encryption Scalable Key Mgmt., etc. Basic Authentication Public “Hotspots” Home Use Business Virtual Remote Private Business Traveler, Access Network Telecommuter (VPN) Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 24
  • 26. Driving significant cost-reducations for your organization... Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 25
  • 27. …and creating new revenue possibilities…! Example possible multi-operator wifi landing page Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 26
  • 28. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ •Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation •The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms “How to start?” Capgemini 4-step Approach Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 27
  • 29. Capgemini’s 4-Step Approach for Mobility@Rail 3 Day 3-6 Months 6-12 Months Year 1 Year 2 … Masterclass Business Strategy & Testbed (early Full roll-out Architecture (+ PoC) deployment) Awareness session of Program “best practices” by Proposition Governance Management selected industry & Value Chain Analysis Mobility Office demo context-aware Stakeholder Analysis Transformation services. Governance & Control @IT / Corporate Deployment Scenarios Management What is your position in the value chain? ! Organization Transformation =Strategic Services Product Deployment Options Mobility Roadmap: Management Mobility (incl. processes) Public Services Transformation How would the Roadmap Introduction preferred mobility Enterprise Services Roll-out roadmap look like? Retail Services Service Organization =Integrated Service Roadmap ! Architecture (& Processes) Application Integration: Logical components Mobility IQ Platform What integrated Middleware architecture should Back-office architecture Platform support the roadmap? Middleware platform =High Level @backoffice Physical Architecture On site infrastructure Infrastructure ! Business Case @hosted Deployment How does the business case look Benefit Logic like? = Benefit Logic Business Case Physical Wireless How to deploy the Investment Requirements Infrastructure mobility roadmap? = Capex/Opex-financing @location Governance Advice. Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 28
  • 30. Today’s Presentation • Mobility as the ‘Next Wave’ •Wireless Broadband as “Disruptive” Technologies • Market-Drivers Mobility@Transportation • The Case for “Multi-operator, Multi-service” Platforms • “How to start?” Capgemini 4-step Approach • Q&A Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @Transportation– March 2006 29
  • 31. Q&A Thank you for your interest! Your Questions? Pieter K. Zylstra – Company Confidential – Mobility Transformation @ Transportation – March 2006

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