Warm welcome to:
    Mr. A. Maslov
    Mr. V. Klenikskii
    Mr. A. Janis
    Mrs. I. Bugrova
    Mrs. V. Perunova
       ...
Strength through co-operation




                           Presentation
                              Jos Jansen
       ...
Shareholder APTS:

    • VDL Bus & Coach 70%

    • Simac          18%

    • BOM            12%


                       ...
Advanced Public Transport Systems BV

 History
   – 1994 Establishment Foundation “Platform HOV
     Eindhoven”
   – 1998 ...
Phileas – Tram on Tyres




                          3 April ‘08
&
Phileas Systems and characteristics
                 1. Image / appearance

                 2. Propulsion System

       ...
1. Image / appearance
- Design (Modern, Futuristic and Quality)
- Image (Light Rail Public Transportation)




           ...
3 April ‘08
&
Drivers’ cabin




                     3 April ‘08
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Interior Douai




                     3 April ‘08
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Interior Eindhoven




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2. Propulsion System
                 - GM-Allison hybrid (US)
                 - Trolley (Vossloh) (D)
                  ...
Hybrid with CVT (GM Allison)




Advantages:
- Top speed, acceleration
- Gradeability
- Optimal engine use
  (emissions, n...
Trolley version (Vossloh Kiepe)




                                      3 April ‘08
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Emissions & fuel consumption
- Low emissions
                                      Energy Storage           Power
- Low no...
EEV
                                              EEV
                  0,04
                  0,04      “Enhanced Environ...
3. Light weight body & safety




    - Flexible in design            - Self-supporting
    - Doors on 2 sides            ...
Production VDL Berkhof Heerenveen




                               3 April ‘08
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Variable length
                      18,5 meter
                      24,5 meter
                      26,0 meter




   ...
4. Electronic guidance



                              20m
    Intelligent vehicle!!!
    - Route known
    - Speed known...
Guidance (magnets)
Purpose of calibration (magnets)
- Correct the vehicle (for external influences)
- Passenger safety (el...
Electronic guidance
- Comfortable (no jerk)
- Accurate docking (total length)
- Small infrastructure
- Flexible (Automatic...
5. All wheel steering & Electr. guidance
     All wheel steering:   - Small turning radius and swept path
                ...
6. Phileas characteristics
                 A. Flexibility

                 B. Acceleration & Gradient

                 ...
Route:
- Changes in routes             A. Flexible
- Passing accidents &
     road construction works
- Completion in phas...
B. Acceleration & Gradient
- Jerk free acceleration of 1,4 m/s²
- Optimal driveability (stable)
- Gradient 18 % at full lo...
C. Comfortable
- Independent suspension (first in world)
- Accessible because of 100% low floor and entrance
- Jerk free (...
3 April ‘08
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D. Capacity
- Few wheel covers in passenger compartment
- Efficient use of space, because of 100% low floor
- Accessible f...
Capacity
Number of
passengers                         18m                            24m                        26m
      ...
7. Phileas Testing
yDurability
yDrivability
yCertification
yLane change




                                      3 April ...
Phileas System vs Tram System
Advantages Phileas in Comparison to Tram-system
 Flexible; not fixed to infrastructure
 No r...
Overview investment & operational costs
  different modes of Public Transport
                                          Bu...
C
         Eindhoven (SRE)
     O
     N
         Douai (SMTD)
     T
     R
         South Korea (KRRI)
     A
     C
   ...
Project Eindhoven
                   NETWORK FOR 2020




    PILOT ROUTES




                                  3 April ‘...
Project Eindhoven:
• Length of the 1st phase 14,5 km
• Number of stops 43
• Capacity 550 passengers/hour
• Frequency peak ...
Budget Project Eindhoven:
•   Tunnels & fly-overs      €     million
•   Roads & food ways        € 70 million
•   Vehicle...
Project Douai




                    3 April ‘08
&
Project Douai:
• Length of the 1st phase 11,9 km
• Number of stops 39
• Capacity 1000 passengers/hour
• Frequency 7,5 minu...
Budget Project Douai:
    •   Tunnels & fly-overs   € 15 million
    •   Roads & foot ways     € 61 million
    •   Vehicl...
3 April ‘08
&
3 April ‘08
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3 April ‘08
&
Project of Douai




                       3 April ‘08
&
Project Korea:
•   License agreement
•   600 vehicle for South Korea
•   From 2009




                                   ...
Phileas:
- 50 vehicles of 26m      Project Istanbul:
- Capacity 8.000 phpd
- Frequency 1,5 minutes
Infrastructure:
- 20 km...
Project Istanbul




                       3 April ‘08
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Project Istanbul




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3 April ‘08
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Project Pescara:
    Consortium with Balfour Beatty
    Rail, Vossloh-Kiepe and APTS
• Length of the 1st phase 8,2 km
• Fr...
3 April ‘08
&
Phileas
The environmental friendly and economic
alternative for tram and light rail systems!
                             ...
Thank you for your attention!




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  &
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  • hi, my name is mehmet, ı have been working uludag university as researh assistant. my department is transportation engineering, ı have been working light rail system and bus rapid transit. as example for BRT, ı wanted the Phileas vehicle. I need area of standing passenger, that is, how much area is used for standing passenger . if you provide us this information and help us about this matter, i will truly be appreciated to you... thanks in advance...
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  1. 1. Warm welcome to: Mr. A. Maslov Mr. V. Klenikskii Mr. A. Janis Mrs. I. Bugrova Mrs. V. Perunova 3 April ‘08 &
  2. 2. Strength through co-operation Presentation Jos Jansen Advanced Public Transport Systems BV 3 April ‘08 &
  3. 3. Shareholder APTS: • VDL Bus & Coach 70% • Simac 18% • BOM 12% 3 April ‘08 &
  4. 4. Advanced Public Transport Systems BV History – 1994 Establishment Foundation “Platform HOV Eindhoven” – 1998 Establishment of APTS as a limited company for the project in Eindhoven – From 2005 APTS developed further as a regular limited company after gaining a number of contracts with SMTD Douai, with KRRI from Korea and with IETT Istanbul. 3 April ‘08 &
  5. 5. Phileas – Tram on Tyres 3 April ‘08 &
  6. 6. Phileas Systems and characteristics 1. Image / appearance 2. Propulsion System 3. Light weight body 4. Electronic guidance 5. All wheel steering & electronic guidance 6. Phileas characteristics 7. Testing 8. Investment & Operational Costs 9. Marketing & Projects 3 April ‘08 &
  7. 7. 1. Image / appearance - Design (Modern, Futuristic and Quality) - Image (Light Rail Public Transportation) 3 April ‘08 &
  8. 8. 3 April ‘08 &
  9. 9. Drivers’ cabin 3 April ‘08 &
  10. 10. Interior Douai 3 April ‘08 &
  11. 11. Interior Eindhoven 3 April ‘08 &
  12. 12. 3 April ‘08 &
  13. 13. 2. Propulsion System - GM-Allison hybrid (US) - Trolley (Vossloh) (D) (50-120kW diesel) - Fuel cell (future / NedStack) 3 April ‘08 &
  14. 14. Hybrid with CVT (GM Allison) Advantages: - Top speed, acceleration - Gradeability - Optimal engine use (emissions, noise, energy consumption) - Small, Light, Reliable 3 April ‘08 &
  15. 15. Trolley version (Vossloh Kiepe) 3 April ‘08 &
  16. 16. Emissions & fuel consumption - Low emissions Energy Storage Power - Low noise Electronics - Low fuel consumption System - Recyclable Controller Engine Drive Unit 3 April ‘08 &
  17. 17. EEV EEV 0,04 0,04 “Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicles” “Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicles” 0,035 0,035 PM: -/- 90% (Particulate Matters) PM: -/- 90% Particulate Matters) PM: -/- 90% (Particulate Matters) Particulate (Particulate PM (g/kWh) PM (g/kWh) NOX: -/- 50% (Nitrogen Oxides) NOX: -/- 50% Nitrogen Oxides) NOX: -/- 50% (Nitrogen Oxides) Nitrogen (Nitrogen 0,03 0,03 CO: -/- 90% (Carbon Monoxide) CO: -/- 90% Carbon Monoxide) CO: -/- 90% (Carbon Monoxide) Carbon (Carbon 0,025 0,025 V V HC: -/- 90% (Methane) HC: -/- 90% (Methane) HC: -/- 90% (Methane) CO22-/- 30% (Carbon Dioxide) CO2 -/- 30% (Carbon Dioxide) CO -/- 30% (Carbon Dioxide) 0,02 0,02 IV IV 0,015 0,015 EURO IV EURO IV 2005 2005 EURO V EURO V 2008 2008 EEV EEV 90 % -- 90 % 0,01 0,01 0,005 0,005 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 -- 50 % 50 % NOX (g/kWh) NOX (g/kWh) Phileas Phileas 3 April ‘08 &
  18. 18. 3. Light weight body & safety - Flexible in design - Self-supporting - Doors on 2 sides - Polyester-Vinylester-Aluminium sandwich - Strong and Stiff - Recyclable - Light weight 4.685 kg (24m) - Fire resistant 3 April ‘08 &
  19. 19. Production VDL Berkhof Heerenveen 3 April ‘08 &
  20. 20. Variable length 18,5 meter 24,5 meter 26,0 meter 3 April ‘08 &
  21. 21. 4. Electronic guidance 20m Intelligent vehicle!!! - Route known - Speed known - Stops known Safety - Magnets - Electronic wall Position - Magnets 3 April ‘08 &
  22. 22. Guidance (magnets) Purpose of calibration (magnets) - Correct the vehicle (for external influences) - Passenger safety (electronic wall) - Position of vehicle 3 April ‘08 &
  23. 23. Electronic guidance - Comfortable (no jerk) - Accurate docking (total length) - Small infrastructure - Flexible (Automatic or Manual) 3 April ‘08 &
  24. 24. 5. All wheel steering & Electr. guidance All wheel steering: - Small turning radius and swept path - Crab drive 3 April ‘08 &
  25. 25. 6. Phileas characteristics A. Flexibility B. Acceleration & Gradient C. Comfortable D. Capacity 3 April ‘08 &
  26. 26. Route: - Changes in routes A. Flexible - Passing accidents & road construction works - Completion in phases Guidance: - Manual mode - Half automatic mode - Automatic mode Use of routes: - Dedicated lane - Mixed traffic - Manoeuvrable Design: - Interior (Doors on 2 sides) - Exterior (Front end) 3 April ‘08 &
  27. 27. B. Acceleration & Gradient - Jerk free acceleration of 1,4 m/s² - Optimal driveability (stable) - Gradient 18 % at full load (6 persons/m²) Snelheid en afstand versus tijd 25% laden (18400 kg) 100 1500 Snelheid 90 1350 Afstand 80 1200 70 1050 60 900 D [m] 50 750 40 600 30 450 20 300 10 150 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 t [s] 3 April ‘08 &
  28. 28. C. Comfortable - Independent suspension (first in world) - Accessible because of 100% low floor and entrance - Jerk free (drive - line and guidance) - Low interior noise - Bright and Spacious - Air conditioning 3 April ‘08 &
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  30. 30. D. Capacity - Few wheel covers in passenger compartment - Efficient use of space, because of 100% low floor - Accessible for wheel chairs and bicycles - Flexible interior - 18, 24 and 26 meter 3 April ‘08 &
  31. 31. Capacity Number of passengers 18m 24m 26m seats standing total seats standing total seats standing total 2 persons/m2 29 37 66 46 41 87 52 44 96 4 persons/m2 29 74 103 46 83 129 52 89 141 6 persons/m2 29 111 140 46 125 171 52 133 185 8 persons/m2 29 148 177 46 166 212 52 178 230 With different seat arrangements this can vary Phileas for capacities 2000 - 6000 phpd 3 April ‘08 &
  32. 32. 7. Phileas Testing yDurability yDrivability yCertification yLane change 3 April ‘08 &
  33. 33. Phileas System vs Tram System Advantages Phileas in Comparison to Tram-system Flexible; not fixed to infrastructure No rail and no overhead wires for the hybrid version No special infrastructure needed; lightweight and rubber tyres Gradients till 18% full load Less energy-consumption; lightweight and hybrid More comfortable and silent Better manoeuvrability; all-wheel steering Low investment and low maintenance costs Advantages Tram in Comparison to Phileas-system Known and more proven technology Till 50 meter length (more capacity) Lifetime 30 years against > 20 years of the Phileas 3 April ‘08 &
  34. 34. Overview investment & operational costs different modes of Public Transport Bus 18m Trolley 18m Phileas 18m Phileas 24m Tram 29m Metro 36 m Capacity (phpd) (6 pers/m²) 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 2700 Length of the track (km) 15 15 15 15 15 15 Number of stops 15 x 2 15 x 2 15 x 2 15 x 2 15 x 2 15 x 2 Frequence peak (min.) 3 3 3 4 5 7,5 Frequence off peak (min.) 6 6 6 8 10 15 Commercial speed (km/h) 19,5 19,5 22,5 22,5 22,5 22,5 Number of vehicles 35 35 30 23 18 13 (incl. 10% spares) Vehicle capacity (6 pers/m²) 132 132 140 170 220 335 Investment infrastructure (M€ /km) 4,0 5,5 4,2 4,2 10,0 75,0 Vehicle price (k€) 300 600 1.100 1.300 2.000 4.000 Operational costs: Vehicle (€ /km) 1,20 1,90 1,85 2,25 3,00 5,50 Infrastructure, vehicle, driver (€ /km) 2,35 2,80 3,00 3,50 11,00 70,00 Costs per passenger km incl. infra 0,27 0,43 0,32 0,31 0,77 3,15 3 April ‘08 &
  35. 35. C Eindhoven (SRE) O N Douai (SMTD) T R South Korea (KRRI) A C T Istanbul (IETT) S Pescara (GTM) 3 April ‘08 69 &
  36. 36. Project Eindhoven NETWORK FOR 2020 PILOT ROUTES 3 April ‘08 &
  37. 37. Project Eindhoven: • Length of the 1st phase 14,5 km • Number of stops 43 • Capacity 550 passengers/hour • Frequency peak 15 minutes • Commercial speed 28 km/h • Roads in concrete • Total budget € 115 million • Delivery of 11 x 18m and 1 x 24m • Delivery vehicles end 2004 – First proto type November 2001 – Production start May 2003 • Demonstration start in July 2004 3 April ‘08 &
  38. 38. Budget Project Eindhoven: • Tunnels & fly-overs € million • Roads & food ways € 70 million • Vehicles € 40 million • Platforms € million • Study & consultancy € million • Miscellaneous € 5 million • Total budget € 115 million • (Local) Government € 95 million • Subsidy € 9 million • Companies € 11 million • Total budget € 115 million 3 April ‘08 &
  39. 39. Project Douai 3 April ‘08 &
  40. 40. Project Douai: • Length of the 1st phase 11,9 km • Number of stops 39 • Capacity 1000 passengers/hour • Frequency 7,5 minutes • Commercial speed 23 km/h • Roads in concrete • Total budget € 117 million • Delivery of 12x 18m vehicles • Delivery vehicles end 2007 – First proto type November 2006 – Production start September 2007 • Operation starts in Autumn 2008 3 April ‘08 &
  41. 41. Budget Project Douai: • Tunnels & fly-overs € 15 million • Roads & foot ways € 61 million • Vehicles € 17 million • Platforms € 5 million • Study & consultancy € 12 million • Miscellaneous € 7 million • Total budget € 117 million 3 April ‘08 &
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  45. 45. Project of Douai 3 April ‘08 &
  46. 46. Project Korea: • License agreement • 600 vehicle for South Korea • From 2009 3 April ‘08 &
  47. 47. Phileas: - 50 vehicles of 26m Project Istanbul: - Capacity 8.000 phpd - Frequency 1,5 minutes Infrastructure: - 20 km 1st phase - Stops 25 Contract: - 63.000.000 Euro, - Delivery 2007-2008 3 April ‘08 &
  48. 48. Project Istanbul 3 April ‘08 &
  49. 49. Project Istanbul 3 April ‘08 &
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  54. 54. Project Pescara: Consortium with Balfour Beatty Rail, Vossloh-Kiepe and APTS • Length of the 1st phase 8,2 km • Frequency 10 minutes • Commercial speed 21 km/h • Capacity 800 phpd • Number of stops 34 • Roads are existing • Total budget € 28 million; incl. € 10 for the vehicles • Delivery of 6 x 18m trolley vehicles • Operation starts in Mid 2009 3 April ‘08 &
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  56. 56. Phileas The environmental friendly and economic alternative for tram and light rail systems! 3 April ‘08 &
  57. 57. Thank you for your attention! 3 April ‘08 &

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