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System for vehicle-infrastructure Interaction Assets health status monitoring

SIA

System for vehicle-infrastructure Interaction Assets health status monitoring

Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

SIA has the objective of developing four ready-to-use new services (iWheelMon, iRailMon, iPantMon and iCatMon) to provide prognostic information about the health status of the railway’s most demanding assets in terms of maintenance costs (wheel, rail, pantograph and catenary). These new services will help to reduce 15% of railway maintenance costs, 25% of maintenance unscheduled events and 15% of derailments associated with the rail-wheel interface. These new end-to-end services are supported by a system that will adapt and integrate existing products (TR9) and technologies (TRL5-TRL7) as STEREO®, WINDSepe® and ERSAT_CPS® among others, brought by the consortium.

Methodology: 

The features of the services rely on an accurate and available positioning that will be achieved thanks to the distinguished characteristics for the railway environment of the EGNOS and Galileo multi-frequency multi-constellation signals (e.g. E5 wideband signal with Altboc modulation has high code range precision through reduced code noise and multipath). SIA will build on existing EGNSS based pilot projects such as H2020-ERSAT EAV and H2020-FR8RAIL within the context of Shift2Rail.

SIA will also build on standards and best practice guides (e.g. GEGN8578, IEC613735-2-6, RailTopoModel among others), which will foster EGNSS adoption in the railway environment. Complementary, and with the same importance level to the technical development, SIA has the objective of paving the way for the market uptake of the new services. With this regard, four pilot projects have been planned to validate the performance of the new services in fully operational scenarios and will be used as a commercial platform for potential end-users. The preliminary business plans reveals a very promising business potential with a ROI of 126%, an accumulated turn-over of 34M€ in five years and acquired income rights of another 58M€ for the fifth year. Three high-tech SMEs are leading the project, representing approximately 40% of the project effort.

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
GALILEO-1-2017 EGNSS Transport applications
Lead Organisation: 

Asociacion Centro Tecnologico Ceit-Ik4

Address: 
Paseo Manuel De Lardizabal 15
20018 San Sebastian
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€625,989
Partner Organisations: 

Union International Des Chemins De Fer

Address: 
16 rue Jean Rey
75015 PARIS
France
EU Contribution: 
€307,063

Deutsches Zentrum Fr Luft Und Raumfahrt E.v

Address: 
Linder Hhe
12489 KLN
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€542,235

Vias Y Construcciones Sa

Address: 
C/ Orense 11
28020 Madrid
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€120,400

Ferrocarrils De La Generalitat De Catalunya

Address: 
Carrer Del Cardenal Sentmenat 4
8017 Barcelona
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€276,125

Ingenieria Y Control Electronico Sa

Address: 
CALLE ALAUN - PLATAFORMA LOGISTICA ZARAGOZA, nº 8 - PLANTA 1
50197 ZARAGOZA
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€280,394

Obb-Infrastruktur Ag

Address: 
Vivenotgasse 10
1120 Vienna
Austria
EU Contribution: 
€191,144

Nottingham Scientific Limited

Address: 
Tottle Road Loxley House
Nottingham
NG2 1RT
United Kingdom
EU Contribution: 
€339,609

Telefonos Lineas Y Centrales Sa

Address: 
CALLE ANABEL SEGURA 11 EDIF A 3 PL
28108 ALCOBENDAS
Spain
EU Contribution: 
€218,991
Technologies: 
Development phase: