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AirportCreators PTE Amsterdam 2017 - introduction

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Synopsis of presentation given by Rogier Doffegnies on the Passenger Terminal Expo 2017 in Amsterdam introducing AirportCreators and it's approach to airport development using Systems Engineering.

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AirportCreators PTE Amsterdam 2017 - introduction

  1. 1. Nice to meet you We are AirportCreators: a refreshing alternative for the old establishment of engineering and consultancy firms. Our innovative solutions will help your company to move forward along your strategic roadmap. We are creative developers with a strategic, conceptual mind-set and technologic know-how. Our experts feature the unique combination of fine fleur airport knowledge and a rock solid approach in project management using the latest developments in Systems Engineering.
  2. 2. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 2 What if… ….your projects really deliver what you need?
  3. 3. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Aviation industry is expanding faster then ever EUR +3,7% AFR +4,2%LAC +4,6% NAM +2,8% ASP +6,2% MEA +7,7% Passenger Traffic Growth 2015-2014 according to Airport Council International (ACI) CAGR (Compounded Annual Growth rate) ACI: Passenger Traffic to double over 14 billion by 2029 ACI: Passenger traffic to treble by 2040 Airbus: Traffic to more than double in next 20 years Passenger growth +4,5% year-on-year 2015 - 2035 3 Passenger traffic is expected to double in next 20 years (Airbus)
  4. 4. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 4 In the last decade we have experienced radical changes in the airport industry. Emerging business models of airlines result in diverging customers needs and increased complexity at airports. Remarkably, airport development did not changed. That is why we believe that a new approach in airport development is needed more than ever. Denver IA 230% 1995 San Francisco IA 55% 2000 Bilbao Airport 200% 2007 Doha IA 100% 2014 Kuala Lumpur IA 100% 2015 Islamabad IA 200% 2015 Fort Lauderdale IA 200% 2016 Los Angeles IA 80% 2014 Berlin Airport 600% 2016 Examples of budget overruns at airports Most projects at airports run out of costs, planning and quality
  5. 5. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Investment is key, but a risky activity as well 5 Global aviation industry is on the move Airport operators need to invest but struggle to manage risk “Airport projects are especially complex because they involve a wide variety of stakeholders and revenue sources. Airport developments also are typically very large in scope and have a long timeline from planning to completion, increasing the likelihood of design and other changes along the way. And perhaps most significantly, airport facilities are being built at a volatile time for air travel when it is difficult to predict accurately an airport’s needs 10 years or even five years into the future.” –PWC 2013 The European airline landscape is changing: Can airports keep up? “Just as airlines have had to sharpen their business acumen, so now must the airports” -PWC 2013 “Europe is currently the hub for airport investing, accounting for more than half of all deals since 2011” -The Economist 2015 “China will increase the number of its airports by 58, to 260 by 2020, up from 202 in 2014” -CAPA 2015 “Globally, $543 billion worth of airport construction projects are in progress”-AmericanFunds 2015
  6. 6. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 6 The new “normal” in airport development Problems in airport development are no incidents “Airport projects are especially complex because they involve a wide variety of stakeholders and revenue sources. Airport developments also are typically very large in scope and have a long timeline from planning to completion, increasing the likelihood of design and other changes along the way. And perhaps most significantly, airport facilities are being built at a volatile time for air travel when it is difficult to predict accurately an airport’s needs 10 years or even five years into the future.” –PWC 2013 “Bilbao Airport lacks an arrivals hall, so a glass wall had to be built to shelter passengers waiting on the street after clearing customs and picking up their bags.” –Wikipedia ”An auditor’s report has found a $24.5 million cost overrun in the construction of the new south runway at Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport.“ “… most of those additional costs to “county requested changes in the scope and timing of the work” intended to keep the project on schedule.” –NYT, 2016 “How Berlin’s Futuristic Airport Became a $6 Billion Embarrassment” –Bloomberg, 2015 “It will take about $7.5 million extra to complete the terminal expansion and renovation project that began three years ago this month.” –The Post and Courier, 2016 Stories we read everyday The trend….
  7. 7. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 7 Driving airport development with an improved return on assets and enhanced strategic fit, by matching airport’s resources & capabilities with its complex and dynamic environment
  8. 8. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Succesfull projects, powered by Systems Engineering 8 Our progressive Systems Engineering approach is what sets us apart in the industry. We leverage project results by means of a new definition of market collaboration. With our explicit decision making approach we help you to increase your efficiency and effectiveness. Systems Engineering is paving the road for successful project management at airports. Rock solid Systems Engineering approach In depth airport knowledge & experience A break-through in airport industry
  9. 9. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Portfolio Management Project Development & Management Asset management Organizational Development Traffic and network planning ⎪ Investment strategy ⎪ Stakeholder management ⎪ Business development Investment planning ⎪ Portfolio assesment ⎪ Portfolio development Development ⎪ Management ⎪ Engineering ⎪ Verification & validation Asset life cycle management ⎪ Sourcing⎪ ISO/PAS Implementation 9 Concept Development Airport Strategy Airport master planning ⎪ConOps design & review⎪ Capacity analyses ⎪ Innovation development Organizational change ⎪ Training Our concepts cover the wide range of airport operations and commercial aspects and truly embrace your strategy, engage your stakeholders and simplify your projects. AirportCreators Expertise
  10. 10. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Focus on customer needs Systems Engineering: a next step towards modern collaboration between client and supplier 10 Customer needs Requirements specification
  11. 11. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Systems thinking Systems Engineering: a next step in projectcontrol and modern collaboration 11 ▪ Systems Engineering approach Explicit and structural work accross all stages of the life cycle. Integral focus on the system as a whole o Driven by requirements o Environmental sensitive o Focusses on life cycle o Risk based ▪ Toolbox Use of systamic methods and technologies ▪ Purpose o Better control over content and proces in order to leverare controllability of the system life cycle
  12. 12. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 12 Systems Engineering Life Cycle approach SE focusses on optimization across all life cycle stages SE focusses on explicit information transmission between all parties involved in all life cycle stages Concept phase Development phase Realisation phase Run phase Maintenance / renewal Demolition Information transmission across all phases
  13. 13. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Prioritisation of customer requirements 13 Customer needs Requirement A1 Requirement A2 Requirement A3 Requirement B1 Requirement B2 Requirement B3 Requirement C1 Requirement C2 Requirement C3 Requirement D1 Requirement D2 Requirement D3 Cost drivers Critical requirement Conflicting requirement
  14. 14. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 14 Question Which is the real airport? F_00003 Facilitate passenger handling (and other visitors) F_00003 Facilitate passenger handling (and other visitors)F_00001 Provide an airport for aircraft F_00001 Provide an airport for aircraft F_00004 Facilitate pre- and post-transport F_00004 Facilitate pre- and post-transport F_00022 Facilitate baggage handling F_00022 Facilitate baggage handling F_00002 Facilitate flight and aircraft handling F_00002 Facilitate flight and aircraft handling F_00046 Facilitate crew handling F_00046 Facilitate crew handling F_00048 Provide commercial facilities F_00048 Provide commercial facilities F_00009 Provide terminal entrance and exit for passengers and other visitors F_00009 Provide terminal entrance and exit for passengers and other visitors F_00029 Check in passengers and baggage F_00029 Check in passengers and baggage F_00051 Perform passenger access check F_00051 Perform passenger access check F_00038 Perform passenger security check F_00038 Perform passenger security check F_00037 Perform passenger border check F_00037 Perform passenger border check F_00087 Provide accommodation for passengers and other visitors F_00087 Provide accommodation for passengers and other visitors F_00034 Provide passenger hold baggage (reclaim) F_00034 Provide passenger hold baggage (reclaim) F_00040 Move passengers and other visitors F_00040 Move passengers and other visitors F_00011 Orient and inform passengers and other visitors F_00011 Orient and inform passengers and other visitors F_00116 Provide operational services to passengers F_00116 Provide operational services to passengers F_00102 Perform passenger customs check F_00102 Perform passenger customs check A B
  15. 15. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Question Which is the real airport? Departures hall Arrivals hall Reclaim hall Baggage hall Commercial spaces Lounge Corridor Pier
  16. 16. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 The right discussions at the right time Topic One Systems Engineering: a next step towards modern collaboration between client and supplier Design SolutionDesign toleranceSolution space Design versus solution space 16
  17. 17. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Systems thinking Topic One Systems Engineering: a next step towards modern collaboration between client and supplier 17 The whole is greater than the sum of all parts
  18. 18. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 18 Pyramid model Iterative design using the various levels of specification and design
  19. 19. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 19 Capacity shortage for connected handling at the gate Best connected airport Ambition Situation Problem analysis Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design
  20. 20. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 20 Verification Capacity expansion in South-East area100% connected handling Need Project decision Options Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design
  21. 21. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 21 Terminal size Peak hour capacity in passengers per hour Top requirement Solution Options Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design define design verify
  22. 22. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 22 define design verify Number of security lanes Maximum waiting time in minutes System requirement Solution Options Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design
  23. 23. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 23 Choice for scansystem Speed handbagage scan system Subsystem requirement Solution Options Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design define design verify
  24. 24. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 24 Type of monitorAccuracy of imaging Component requirement Solution Options Case example for an capacity related project Top down specification and iterative design define design verify
  25. 25. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 25 Voorbeeld Schiphol top-down eisen/ontwerp System requirement: Maximum waiting time in minutes Solution: Number of security lanes Top requirement: Peak hour capacity in passengers per hour Solution Terminal size Ambition Best connected airport Need 100% connected handling Subsystem requirement: Speed handbagage scan system Solution: Choice for scansystem component requirement: Accuracy of imaging Solution: Type of monitor options Project decision Capacity expansion in South-East area options options options options Stakeholder needs:
  26. 26. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 26 Case example for regional airport project Verification process using Software Tooling Organized Requirements Systemrequirements Linked to objects Verification report, version control and substantiation document library Cloud based document management with revision control 1 2 3 4
  27. 27. The content of this document (or parts) may not be duplicated or made available to third parties without explicit approval of AirportCreators B.V. Schiphol-Rijk © 2017 Hello Airports We are AirportCreators We are AirportCreators: a refreshing alternative for the old establishment of engineering and consultancy firms. Our innovative solutions will help your company to move forward along your strategic roadmap. We are creative developers with a strategic, conceptual mind-set and technologic know-how. Our experts feature the unique combination of fine fleur airport knowledge and a rock solid approach in project management using the latest developments in Systems Engineering. Tupolevlaan 93 1119PA Schiphol-Rijk The Netherlands hello@ airportcreators.com +31 (0) 318 540 404 www.AirpoirtCreators.com Creating airports of tomorrow

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