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Airports and TETRA radiocommunication

Digital AirportsTapio MkinenDirectorAirbus Defence and Space / Secure Land Communications1

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Every year, more than 1,000,000,000 passengers travel through airports which use digital TETRA products

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3Is that big number or small ?

What benefits TETRA brings for airport industry?

What are the drivers for future radio communications at airports ?

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Worldwide view

4GD - Airport WorlwideMarket (October 2015)Airports to be scrutinisedLarge airports 156 airportsBig airports123 airportsMedium airports 422 airportsSmall airports 79 airports

Split per categoriesSplit per geographical areas

An airport operator is an organization responsible for the direction and management of one or several airports. Examples:Airport operator5manages 5 airports across Europe

manages 15 airports worldwide

are managing & controlling 26 airports across Indonesia

manages 26 airports worldwide

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Typical radio network architecture at airport6

Team management applicationsF- ex. ROCS

AIRPORTTELEPHONYSYSTEM

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MNGT

Airport FMS

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Team communication7REFUELLING

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CHECK-IN & BOARDING

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RUNWAY PERSONNEL

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BAGGAGE PUSHCLEANING

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Pocketclip holderAIRPORT SECURITY

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Challenges in the airports industry8

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Challenges in the airports industryIncreased passenger traffic Congestion

Airports have grown larger and more complex, requiring a broad and diverse set of capabilities and the management of many different stakeholders

Increasing service expectations from passengers and airlines

The need to fulfill a national, regional, or municipal development role

Regulator-imposed constraints on aeronautical charges

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Whats important for airport operators10

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How airport operators response challenges ?11New investmentsAirport operators are forced to make investments, adjust established processes, and refine their management of passenger flows

Passenger Air Traffic is increasing by 5% every year.

Business focusAirports are increasingly run like other businesses (privatization) and needs for generating profit, lower operating costs

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Whats important for airport operators?12Optimize their resources Get a clear understanding of their operating expenses and illuminate areas that might benefit from cost reduction or service enhancement effortsGet most out of their investments (=minimized investment costs) Improve passenger experience

To match challenges airports are seeking new ways to:

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How airports are measured13

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How airports and airlines are ranked ?Every year the Airport Top 100 is published, the ranking is made according to 39 different criteria (SKYTRAX TOP 100 Airports)

Aircraft roundtrip timeImmigration queuing timeCheck in facilitiesClarity of boarding calls and Airports PAs Baggage delivery timeLost baggage servicesPerception of security and safety standards

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Paris CDG was awarded in 2015 as the worlds most improved airport. CDG is now ranked 48th when it was ranked 95th in 2014 Singapore Changi has been ranked first since 2013

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TOP 17 airports / Passenger amounts15

More than 50 % have TETRA in use.

Following slides look in more detailed level some of these.

Paris airports Operated by Aroports de Paris, ADPADP operates the three main airports around Paris: Roissy Charles de Gaulle (CDG) , Orly (ORY) and Le Bourget (LBG) ADP uses a TETRA network including 14 base stationsGateways to external applications and to the PABX/PSTNDispatcher working positionsGateways The network has been in operation since 2005

France

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United Arab Emirates

Dubai International Airport (DXB) World's busiest airport by international passenger traffic Primary airport serving Dubai, United Arab Emirates

3rd busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic in 2015 Passenger amount growth 2014 2015 was 10,7 % 6th busiest cargo airport in world: 2.4 million tons cargo 357,339 aircraft movements including busiest hub for theAirbus A380

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CAAC Airport TETRA Network

TheCivil Aviation Administration of China(CAAC) is is the aviation authority under the Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of ChinaFirst phase started at 2007Enables digital dispatching services in various airport departments such as airlines, cargo traffic, ground services, airport public security and oil depotThe 5 biggest and busiest airports in China are part of the CAAC network4 DXTip TETRA switches at the airports21 TETRA base stations23,000 TETRA radio users

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Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) 86,000,000 passengers served in 2014

Beijing Capital International Airport is part of the CAAC Airport TETRA network One local DXT TETRA switch 6 TETRA base stations Telephone network interface via PABX connection 110,000 TETRA group calls per day

China

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Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) 51,000,000 passengers served in 2014

Measured by cargo traffic 3,000,000 tons PVG airport is the world's third busiest Part of the CAAC network 4 TBSs

China

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Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA) Shanghai's main international airport 37,000,000 passengers served in 2014 270,000 flights in a year to more than 50 international destinations and to over 170 domestic airports Part of the CAAC network 1 DXT TETRA switch 2 TETRA base stations

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Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU) The major international airport serving Chengdu, the capital of China's Sichuan province Flights to more than 50 international destinations and to over 170 domestic airports Passenger number in 2014: 37 million with 270 000 flights Part of the CAAC network 1 DXT TETRA switch, 3 TETRA base stations

China

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Evolution paths for digital airports23

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More Services via larger platformsPublic safety radio communication has evolved during last 10 years to larger networksTransport industry will follow this development

Certain companies focus to services and design of new servicesOther companies will build technology platforms for services

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Radio communication

ROCS takes advantage of the Java user interface of the TETRA terminalsMore applications and appsRole Oriented Call Service application allowing toControl identitiesAssign tasksAlias TETRA terminalsAssign role numberControl StatusConnect agents through flight numbers

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Secure TETRA app for LTE users Around airports there are a lot of industrial activities belonging to the airport Those users need to communicate with airport subscribersThose users dont necessarily have or need a TETRA deviceApps provides TETRA services in controlled way to LTE usersCompatible with commercial and dedicated broadband services26Individual callsGroup callsSDS & status messages

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DXTAirport TETRA network

Broadband network

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Connecting TETRA networks National Security Forces and airport operators need to work together to protect peopleNetworks may have to be linked together ensuring a smooth and efficient communication

Two optionsUsing the ISI Inter System Interface as defined by the TETRA standard Using a direct switch to switch connection

27PSS networkAirport networkPSS networkAirport network

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www.securelandcommunications.com/radio-communications-for-airports

Twitter: @securesols

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