METIS Demonstration for the use of GNSS and EGNOS by dxu18403

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									        MEdiTerranean Introduction of
 GNSS (Global Navigation and Satellite System)
                  Services

METIS Demonstration for the use of GNSS
  and EGNOS in Tunisia, Algeria and
     Morocco in Dangerous Goods
           Transportation
           Thales Alenia Space (France): Yves Cerezal and Sabine Caillault
email: Yves.cerezal@thalesaleniaspace.com or sabine.caillault@thalesaleniaspace.com

                       Telespazio (Italia): Antonella Di Fazio
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METIS : A wide demonstration for
Dangerous Goods Transport (DGT)
              Main parts of the presentation



          4DGT objectives and context



          4DGT architecture and scenario



          4Data and results from EGNOS acquisition campaign



          4Conclusion related to DGT perspectives




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METIS: Dangerous Good Transport (by road)
4Dangerous Goods Transportation System is destined to:
    >Governments
    >Transporters and Carriers
    >Emergency Services
    >Infrastructure Operators


4The Needs:
    >Minimize risks linked to the transportation of dangerous goods
    >Prevent environmental hazards
    >Optimise the time of intervention on the premises
    >Manage Fleets


    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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METIS Demo : Dangerous Goods Transport
4Countries: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia


4Objectives:
    >Introduce tracking services based on EGNOS in those 3 countries
    >Train future users and make them sensitive to new opportunities from the new
    DGT system
    >Demonstrate the added value from EGNOS in such application

4Subcontractors and actors: Cadtech, Ministry of Transportation, DPC (Fire
department), CNPAC (committee of accident prevention), OTI Tunisia,
Sotramine Algeria, Petrom Morocco, Ministry of Energy and Mining




    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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Demonstration and Actors for dangerous
Good Transport
42 Scenarios:
   >Emergency Case Simulation
   >Trespassing Case:
           >Unauthorized area
           >Corridor exit
4Demo Leader: Cadtech + TAS
4Actors in demo:
   >Petrom (Morocco)
   >Civil Protection (Morocco)
   >BIG in partnership with Sotramine
   (Algeria)
   >STELFAIR Tunisia with OTI
    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project

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TAS/Cadtech Solution: The DGIS
   4Thales Alenia Space (TAS) and Cadtech Mutually developed the DGIS
   (Dangerous Goods Information Server).
   4The DGIS is based on the Multi-service Tracking Platform (MTP)
   developed by TAS and customized by Cadtech (company located in
   Rabat - Morocco).




   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project

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METIS: System Presentation dedicated to
dangerous goods transportation by road




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Case 1: Emergency Case Simulation




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DGTS: SOS Alert Handling




   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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  Case 2: Trespassing Alert
                                         10:12 GPS Localises Vehicle
                                                                             10:12 EGNOS performances
                                                                                (accuracy, availability)


10:12 Transporter Identified
     in Restricted Area




                                               Trespassing
                                                Simulation
 10:12 Transporter Enters
     Restricted Area                                                                   10:12 Operator Warns Driver




                    10:11 Transporter                                     10:13 Transporter Leaves Restricted Area
                   approaches a school
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                                           10:06 Transporter Driving on
                                                   the Highway
Case 2: Trespassing Alert Handling




   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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Dangerous Goods Transport services:
Added Value to the Civil Protection

4Intervene Quicker in case of Emergency:
    >Receive an Alert instantly in case of an accident
    >Rapid Localisation of the vehicle
    >Avoid False alarms and localisation of the vehicle


4Intervene More Efficiently:
    >Identify the type of dangerous Goods Transported
    >Execute the procedure of intervention that corresponds to the incident
    >Send appropriate resources


     The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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Dangerous Goods Transport services:
Added Value to Transporters

4Improve Efficiency of Operations
    >Improve Productivity of Drivers
    >Reduce Fuel Consumption
    >Improve revenue by Vehicle
    >Reduce Operations cost


4 Improve Driver’s Safety


4 Detect Violations into restricted areas


     The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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METIS: Dangerous Good Transport
EGNOS added-values ?
4EGNOS data provides on receiver :
Location information and Protection level
(Safety Bubble Size)


4EGNOS provides:
     4Service guarantee allows to avoid false
     alarm or lack of intervention,
     4Liability (for legal aspects):
     responsibilities definition in case of
     accident




   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS availability on demo areas
4Following figure shows, that EGNOS availability is higher than 90% in
demonstration areas.




                                                  Algeria        Tunisia
                                                 WAD2 area       WAD2 area
                         Morocco
                        WAD2 area




    Real EGNOS availability (processing based on data acquired in June 2007)
     The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS data acquisition campaign
4How EGNOS is acquired in such application ?
    4With a dedicated EGNOS data receiver:
            4per satellite (geostationary),
            or
            4per web, taking data on TAS server.


4EGNOS data acquisition on Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco in typical
conditions (trajectory, speed, alarm…) for post-processing between January
and February 2008.


4Objectives : Comparison between EGNOS and GPS only, assessment of
EGNOS protection Level and impact on Dangerous goods transportation
services (in term of Service Guarantee, liability impacts).
    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS data acquisition: Results in Tunisia




                                                  Site 2
                                Site 1




                                                            Site 3


           Tunisia (source Google earth)
    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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     METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
     EGNOS data acquisition (Tunisia): HPL processing
                                                                                                      Site 1
     HPL (m)




30
                                    HP L (Ho r iz o n ta l P r o te c tio n L e v e l) o n S ite 1
25

20

15

10

 5

 0
     0               10        20                30                 40                 50            60

                 The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS data acquisition: Results in Tunisia


                                                                         Site 2


                         Semi-Urban area
                                                                              Clear area


    4Environment impact on the
    safety bubble
    4“We are sure to be in the
    safety bubble”


    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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 METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
 EGNOS data (Tunisia): Impact on geofencing areas
4Vehicle next to a
geofencing area.
                                      Site 3
Protection level circles
allow user to be sure that
the truck is outside the
forbidden area.
4In case of GPS only,
when the truck is close to
the forbidden area,
uncertainty requires added
supervision, or possibly
communication with driver,
even, until (unnecessary)
intervention on site.



      The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS data : Other acquisitions

EGNOS acquisition campaign
     (February 2008)
            in ALGERIA




    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Road Transport Dangerous Good
EGNOS data acquisition in Annaba (Algeria)

                                                                            Comparison
                                                                           GPS vs EGNOS




                       GPS only
                       EGNOS
                       (track and HPL)
   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project
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METIS: Dangerous Goods Transport by road
Perspectives and conclusion
       4A dedicated System prototype is under tests in Algeria, Tunisia
       and Morocco,


       4Experience return allows to define and develop a suitable
       operational system,


       4Various users and/or customers transmit their feeling and
       complete our requirements,


       4Have a fine tuned system that will help reduce the real risks of
       dangerous goods transportation, especially thanks to EGNOS.


   The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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GLOSSARY
4CNPAC: Comité National de la Prévention des Accidents de Circulation
4DPC: Département de la Protection Civile
4EGNOS: European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service
4ESSP: European Satellite Service Provider
4FDC: France Dévelopement Conseil
4GNSS: Global Navigation Satellite System
4GEMCO: Galileo-Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation Office
4GSA: European GNSS Supervisory Authority
4MEDA: Mediterranean Area
4METIS: Mediterranean Introduction of GNSS Services
4TAS: Thales Alenia Space
4TPZ: Telespazio
    The METIS project is managed by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority through Euro-MED GNSS I project


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          Thank You!




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