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Research and Markets: Global Intelligent Transport Systems Market Report 2014-2020: ATMS, ATIS, ITS- Enabled Transportation, Pricing System, APTS and CVO Analysis

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Intelligent Transport Systems Market Report 2014-2020: ATMS, ATIS, ITS- Enabled Transportation, Pricing System, APTS and CVO Analysis" report to their offering.

Countries around the globe have started to employ a new set of technologies and approaches to meet the challenges which are surfacing in transportation. The applications of the Intelligent Transportations System (ITS) are helping with catering today's traffic challenges. ITS improves operational benefits of the transportation system by reducing delays, which develops the roadside infrastructure and allows the traffic to flow smoothly.

In developed countries such as the U.S., Germany, and France, this system is already installed on a large number of highways and in developing countries such as India, China, Indonesia, and others, the installation of this system is growing in numbers.

The ITS market covered in the report includes only the roadway transportation as the rate of developments and improvements in the sector of roadway transportation is very high. This ITS market research report covers Advanced Traveler Information System, Advanced Traffic Management System, ITS-Enabled Transportation Pricing System, Advanced Public Transportation System, and Commercial Vehicle Operation.

It also covers applications such as; fleet management and asset monitoring, traffic monitoring, collision avoidance system, traffic signal control system, variable traffic message signs, parking availability system, and traffic enforcement cameras. It also covers component like; PCB, Sensors, Surveillance Camera, Software License, Communication Networks, Monitoring and Detection System, Geographically, the report is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World. These segments are further segmented into the major countries.

The report forecasts the growth from 2014 to 2020, along with market size, list of leading players, and the latest technology adopted M&A's, and JV's of key players.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Cover Story

  • Cyril Holweck
  • Adam Grochowski

4 Market Overview

ITS System Architecture

  • ITS Architecture Around the World

Technologies, Standards, and Trends

  • Cloud Services
  • Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC)
  • Wireless and Sensor Networks
  • Mobile Telephony
  • Roadside Camera Recognition
  • Radiowave & Infrared Beacon
  • Probe Vehicles
  • Near Field Communication (NFC) & Contactless Payments
  • Communication Access For Land Mobile (CALM)
  • Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)
  • Long Term Evolution (LTE)
  • Radio Data System - Traffic Message Channel (RDS - TMC)
  • Cooperative Intelligent Transport System (C-ITS)
  • Standards and Association

Market Dynamics

  • Solution to Traffic Congestion
  • Government Support
  • High Benefit-to-Cost Ratio
  • Better Supply Chain Management
  • Environmental Benefits
  • Slow Growth of Infrastructure
  • High Installation Cost
  • Lack of Interoperability and Standardization
  • Smart Vehicles on Smart Roads
  • Winning Imperatives
  • Public Private Partnership
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • System Analysis of ITS
  • Life Cycle of ITS Market By System
  • Porter's Five Forces Model - Intelligent Transportation System Market

5 ITS Market By Systems

  • Advanced Traffic Management System
  • Advanced Traveler Information System
  • Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Interaction and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Interaction
  • ITS - Enabled Transportation Pricing System
  • Advanced Public Transportation System (APTS)
  • Commercial Vehicle Operation

6 Intelligent Transportation System By Component

Interface Boards

  • Multi-Functional Board
  • Vehicle Detection Boards
  • Communication Boards


  • Vehicle Detection Sensors
  • Pedestrian Presence Sensors
  • Speed Sensors


  • Visualization Software
  • Video Detection Management Software
  • Transit Management System
  • Others (Algorithms)

Surveillance Camera

  • Thermal Camera
  • Aid Camera

Tele-Communication Networks

  • Fibre Optic
  • Copper Lines
  • Wireless (Zigbee, Wifi, Bluetooth)

Monitoring and Detection System

  • Automatic Number Plate Recognition
  • Intelligent Traffic Controller

Handheld Devices

Human Machine Interface Units:

Inductive Loops Cable

7 ITS Market By Applications

  • Fleet Management and Asset Monitoring
  • Traffic Monitoring System
  • Traffic Signal Control Systems
  • Collision Avoidance Systems
  • Variable Traffic Message Signs
  • Parking Availability Systems
  • Traffic Enforcement Cameras
  • Automotive Telematics

8 Geographic Analysis

9 Competitive Landscape

  • Key Growth Strategies
  • Major ITS Solutions offered, By Companies
  • Major Companies and Their Rankings
  • New Product Developments/Enhancement/Launch in ITS Market
  • Mergers and Acquisitions in ITS Market
  • Partnerships and Agreements in ITS Market
  • Collaborations and Joint Ventures in ITS Market
  • Contracts in ITS Market
  • Others (Product Upgradation and Expansion)

10 Company Profiles

  • Thales Group
  • Garmin International, Inc.
  • tomtom NV
  • Kapsch Trafficcom AG
  • Q-Free ASA
  • Nuance Communications, Inc.
  • Denso Corporation
  • Transcore Inc.
  • Savari Inc.

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