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Global Intelligent Transportation Systems Products Market

  1. 1.    Get more info on this report!Global Intelligent Transportation Systems Products MarketFebruary 1, 2011 Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) enable vehicles, roads, traffic lights, messagesigns and other elements to become intelligent by embedding them with microchips andsensors and empowering them to communicate with each other through wirelesstechnologies. ITS improves transportation system performance, including reducedcongestion and increased safety and traveler convenience. Leaders in ITS infrastructuredevelopment, such as Japan, Singapore, and South Korea, are breeding grounds fortechnology supplier opportunity. This report assesses the global market for ITSapplications and products and forecasts the growth opportunities for ITS suppliers,manufacturers, and end-users through 2015.Chapter I - Executive SummaryChapter II - IntroductionIntelligent Transportation Systems DefinedIntelligent Transportation Systems leverage electronics, communications, andinformation processing technologies to improve all facets of transportation. ITStechnology improves efficiencies around traffic flow, transportation safety, roadwayhazards, traveler mobility, and traveler convenience, among other aspects.ITS ApplicationsITS applications vary in technologies applied, from basic management systems such ascar navigation; traffic signal control systems; container management systems; variablemessage signs; enforcement systems to monitoring applications, such as securityclosed-circuit TV systems; and to more advanced applications that integrate live dataand feedback from a number of other sources, such as parking guidance andinformation systems, and weather information.Benefits of Intelligent Transportation Systems
  2. 2. Applying information technology to a country’s transportation network delivers five keyclasses of benefits: • Increasing driver and pedestrian safety • Improving the operational performance of the transportation network by reducing congestion • Enhancing personal mobility and convenience • Environmental improvements • Increasing productivity and expanding economic growth.Chapter III Global Trends in ITSITS technology can significantly improve a city’s transportation infrastructure. Globalleaders in ITS deployment, most notably Japan, Singapore, and South Korea, havedocumented substantial improvements in their traffic flow efficiencies, travelersatisfaction, accident reduction, road repairs, and environmental effectsAsia Leads in ITS DeploymentAsia has emerged as the geographic breadwinner in ITS deployment andmanufacturing. Several countries on the continent were early adopters of ITStechnologies due to three key reasons: A decaying transportation infrastructure thatrequired constant maintenance and led to an increasing number of accidents and trafficdelays; Population growth in major cities directly affected the growth of vehicular traffic,which led to increased roadway congestion and reduced travel time, all of whichadversely affected the local economy and the ability to move goods; Home-grown ITSapplications, including roadway sensors, traffic management devices, and tollautomation, made for easy integration and deployment in populous cities.U.S. Has Long ITS Road AheadLong recognized as a leader in early adoption of all facets of technology, the U.S. is alaggard in deployment of ITS-related technologies. Since 2000, the U.S. has marginallyinvested in ITS product - mainly for traffic management, ramp metering, and travelinformation provision - but has not accelerated adoption as rapidly as most othernations in Asia.Europe Paves Way for ITS FutureNations of the European Union made a concerted effort to invest in ITS technologiesnearly five years ago when it launched the i2010 initiative to create a unified Europeaninformation space. i2010 emphasizes the contribution of information communicationtechnologies to growth and employment and identifies ITS as one of the coreapplications.Chapter IV Global Market for ITS Products
  3. 3. ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010SBI Energy’s analysis of regional spending on ITS technologies includes the cost ofbuying ITS applications, hardware and technology, and the capital expendituresassociated with constructing, maintaining, and repairing products and facilities, such astraffic management centers, emergency response centers, and fleet managementcenters.The Cost of ITS DeploymentGovernment support for ITS adoption often depends on the costs to upgradetransportation infrastructure with ITS technologies compared to expanding roadways orconstructing new roads. Officials weigh the long-term benefits of ITS deployment inrelieving traffic congestion and reducing accidents compared with the logistics ofplanning and building additional highway lanes.Growth of Intelligent Transportation System CostsThrough 2015, SBI Energy expects costs of ITS components to increase globally at anaverage CAGR rate of 10%. We attribute our moderate growth estimate in ITS productprices to a gradual rise in demand for ITS systems in regions that have committed toITS deployment. In the U.S., for example, prices will rise considerably in roadsidedetection and control products as many states begin to assertively roll out ITS-enabledtraffic management devices.Growth in ITS SpendingDespite the moderate increase in ITS product costs, nations will assertively spend theirgovernment-backed funds on ITS components through 2015. Double-digit CAGRgrowth is expected to occur in the U.S. on all facets of ITS manufacturing sectors,particularly commercial vehicle screening and emergency response centers.Global ITS Product ManufacturingManufacturing of ITS products is largely concentrated in Asia where nations such asJapan, South Korea, and China acquired the skilled labor and facilities to mass produceITS components and technology. SBI Energy estimates the current market value of ITSmanufacturing in Asia at $24.5 billion and that figure has grown at about a 10% CAGRrate since 2006.Growth ForecastThrough 2020, spending on ITS products will remain healthy globally as ITS technologyimproves and nations look to replace legacy ITS components with innovative solutionsin real-time traffic management. Vehicle integration of ITS devices, such as GPS
  4. 4. systems and dashboard sensors that receive vital traffic information, will standardizeand sales will proliferate among automobile manufacturers.Chapter V Competitive ProfilesManufacturers of ITS products will mobilize their sales forces during 2011 to capitalizeon the immediate growth opportunities in ITS development. Their success in securinglong-term agreements with governments and public utilities will not come easy,however, as many regions remain in a spending freeze due to local economic woes. • IBM • Moru Industrial • Sumitomo Electric • Scania • Traffic Data Systems • Vitronic • Efkon • Iteris • Telvent • Denso • Image Sensing Systems • KapschChapter VI Market ChallengesGovernment Policy for ITS ProjectsGovernment funding for ITS initiatives has become more readily available in severalnations as the move to improve transportation safety and traffic management becomesincreasingly important. In the U.S., for example, the American Recovery andReinvestment Act of 2009 provides a significant transportation spending component.ITS Deployment: The EU Legislative PolicyIn Europe, the Multi-annual Indicative Program (MIP) was created to stimulate ITSdeployment. Within the MIP, the program specifically dedicated to road ITS deployment,TEMPO, initially increases funding to more than $150 million (from the previous $125million) over a five-year period.What Are ITS Standards?Hundreds of standards are used across all different types of transportation, such asvehicle safety standards, road and pavement standards, and rail standards. ITSstandards define how ITS systems, products, and components can interconnect,exchange information and interact to deliver services within a transportation network.
  5. 5. Table of ContentsChapter 1: Executive Summary Intelligent Transportation Systems Defined Governments Define ITS Global ITS Trends Asia Leads in ITS Deployment U.S. Has Long ITS Road Ahead Table 1-1: U.S. Miles Covered by ITS Technology Products for Freeway Management and Incident Management, 2010 Europe Paves Way for ITS Future ITS Technology Deployment Table 1-2: Total Cost of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Europe, 2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands) ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010 Table 1-3: Asia Total ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010 (in $ millions) Growth of Intelligent Transportation System Costs Table 1-4: Total Cost Intelligent Transportation Systems in the U.S., 2011 to 2016 (in $ thousands) Growth in ITS Spending Table 1-5: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on ITS Product Deployment in the U.S., 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands) Global ITS Product Manufacturing Table 1-6: Total Market Value of ITS Product Manufacturing in Asia, 2006 to 2010 (in $ millions) Figure 1-1: Global CAGR of ITS Manufacturing Sectors for the Period 2011 to 2016 Long-term Growth Forecast Table 1-7: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on of ITS Product Deployment in Europe, 2016 to 2020 (in $ thousands)
  6. 6. Figure 1-2: Global Cumulative ITS Product Deployment Spending Total and Year-Over-Year Percent Change by Region, 2016 to 2020 (in $ thousands) Global Long-Term Manufacturing Market Value ForecastChapter 2: Introduction Scope of This Report Methodology Intelligent Transportation Systems Defined Governments Define ITS Table 2-1: U.S. Highway Miles and Daily Vehicle Miles Traveled by State Figure 2-1: ITS Technologies Used to Alleviate Traffic Congestion ITS Applications Advanced Traveler Information Systems Advanced Transportation Management Systems Transportation Pricing Systems Vehicle-to-infrastructure Integration Figure 2-2: U.S. Interstate Miles Traveled and Year-Over-Year Percent Change, 1995 to 2016 (in millions) Benefits of Intelligent Transportation Systems Figure 2-3: U.S. Traffic Fatalities and Year-Over-Year Percent Change, 1995 to 2016 Increasing driver and pedestrian safety Enhancing Personal Mobility ITS Applications Figure 2-4: Image Processing Flow for Vehicle Detection and Tracking Table 2-2: Dynamic Message Signs Deployed in the U.S. by State, 2010Chapter 3: Global ITS Trends Global ITS Trends Asia Leads in ITS Deployment
  7. 7. South Korea Embraces ITS for Tolls Singapore Leverages ITS U.S. Has Long ITS Road Ahead Figure 3-1: Total U.S. Railroad Intersections with ITS-enabled Warning Signals by State, 2010 Table 3-1: U.S. Intersections with Electronic Data Collection Devices by Metropolitan Area, 2010 Figure 3-2: Index of U.S. Ton-Miles of Freight by Mode of Transportation, 1995 to 2009 Table 3-2: Transportation System Mileage within the U.S. by Mode, 2004 to 2010 Table 3-3: Commercial Freight Activity in the U.S. by Transportation Mode, 2002 vs. 2010 Table 3-4: Transit Passenger Miles by Type of Transportation Service, 2005 to 2009 (in millions) Table 3-5: U.S. Miles Covered by ITS Technology Products for Freeway Management and Incident Management, 2010 Table 3-6: U.S. Miles Covered by ITS Technology Products for Arterial Management, Electronic Toll Collection, and Transit Management, 2010 Table 3-7: U.S. Miles Covered by ITS Technology Products for Electronic Fare Payment, Highway Rail Intersections and Emergency Response Management, and Transit Management, 2010 Europe Paves Way for ITS FutureChapter 4: The Global ITS Market Size The Cost of ITS Deployment Figure 4-1: Percent of Road Miles Using ITS Technologies by Region, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2016 and 2020 Table 4-1: Total Cost of Intelligent Transportation System in Asia, 2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands) Table 4-2: Total Cost of Intelligent Transportation Systems in the U.S., 2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands) Table 4-3: Total Cost of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Europe, 2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands)
  8. 8. Figure 4-2: Total Spending on Intelligent Transportation Systems, by Region,2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands)Table 4-4: U.S. Total Spending on ITS Deployment, 2006 to 2010 (in $ millions)ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010Table 4-5: Asia Total ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010 (in $ millions)Table 4-6: Europe ITS Deployment Spending, 2006 to 2010 (in $ millions)Table 4-7: Cumulative Spending on ITS Deployment by Region, 2006 to 2010 (in$ millions)Table 4-8: U.S. Government Funds Available for Transportation InfrastructureImprovement, 2010State Transportation BudgetsTable 4-9: U.S. Roadside Control ITS Products Costs, 2006 vs. 2010 (in $thousands)Table 4-10: U.S. Total Costs for Transportation Management Products, 2006 to2010 (in $ thousands)Emergency Response ManagementTable 4-11: Total Cost of ITS Emergency Response Systems and Facilities byRegion, 2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands)Electronic Payment and PricingTable 4-12: Total Costs of ITS Electronic Toll Collection Products by Region,2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands)Commercial Vehicle OperationsTable 4-13: Total Costs of Commercial Vehicle Screening Products by Region,2006 to 2010 (in $ thousands)Growth of Intelligent Transportation System CostsTable 4-14: Total Cost Intelligent Transportation Systems in the U.S., 2011 to2016 (in $ thousands)Table 4-15: Total Cost of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Asia, 2011 to2015Table 4-16: Total Cost of ITS System in the Europe, 2011 to 2015 (in $thousands)Growth in ITS Spending
  9. 9. Table 4-17: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on ITS Product Deploymentin the U.S., 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands)Figure 4-3: Year-Over-Year Percent Change in Annual and Cumulative Spendingon ITS Product Deployment in the U.S., 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands)Table 4-18: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on ITS Product Deploymentin Asia, 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands)Figure 4-4: Year-Over-Year Percent Change in Annual and Cumulative Spendingon ITS Product Deployment in Asia, 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands)Table 4-19: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on ITS Product Deploymentin Europe, 2011 to 2015Figure 4-5: Year-Over-Year Percent Change in Annual and Cumulative Spendingon ITS Product Deployment in Europe, 2011 to 2015 (in $ thousands)Global ITS Product ManufacturingTable 4-20: Total Market Value of ITS Product Manufacturing in Asia, 2006 to2010 (in $ millions)Table 4-21: Total Market Value of ITS Product Manufacturing in the U.S., 2006 to2010 (in $ millions)Table 4-22: Total Global Market Value of ITS Product Manufacturing, 2006 to2010 (in $ millions)Global ITS Product Manufacturing GrowthTable 4-23: Total Market Value of ITS Technology Manufacturing in Asia, 2011 to2016 (in $ millions)Table 4-24: Total Market Value of ITS Technology Manufacturing in Europe,2011 to 2016 (in $ millions)Table 4-25: Total Market Value of ITS Technology Manufacturing in the U.S.,2011 to 2016 (in $ millions)Table 4-26: Total Global Market Value of ITS Technology Manufacturing, 2011 to2016 (in $ millions)Figure 4-6: Global CAGR of ITS Manufacturing Sectors for the Period 2011 to2016ITS Products Market SizeTable 4-27: Total Market Size of ITS Technology Products in Asia, 2011 to 2015(in $ thousands)
  10. 10. Table 4-28: Total Market Size of ITS Technology Products in Europe, 2011 to2015 (in $ thousands)Table 4-29: Total Market Size of ITS Technology Products in the U.S., 2011 to2015 (in $ thousands)Table 4-30: Global Total Market Size of ITS Technology Products, 2011 to 2015(in $ thousands)Long-term Growth ForecastTable 4-31: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on ITS Product Deploymentin the U.S., 2016 to 2020Table 4-32: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on of ITS ProductDeployment in Asia, 2016 to 2020 (in $ thousands)Table 4-33: Total Annual and Cumulative Spending on of ITS ProductDeployment in Europe, 2016 to 2020 (in $ thousands)Figure 4-7: Global Cumulative ITS Product Deployment Spending Total andYear-Over-Year Percent Change by Region, 2016 to 2020 (in $ thousands)Global Long-Term Manufacturing Market Value ForecastTable 4-34: Total Market Value of ITS Technology Products Manufacturing inAsia, 2016 to 2020 (in $ millions)Table 4-35: Total Market Value of ITS Technology Products Manufacturing in theU.S., 2016 to 2020 (in $ millions)Table 4-36: Global Total Market Value of ITS Technology ProductsManufacturing, 2016 to 2020 (in $ millions)Figure 4-8: Global CAGR of ITS Technology Products, 2016 to 2020Global Long Range Market Sizing ForecastTable 4-37: Market Size of ITS Technology Products in Asia, 2016 to 2020 (in $thousands)Table 4-38: Market Size of ITS Technology Products in Europe, 2016 to 2020 (in$ thousands)Table 4-39: Market Size of ITS Technology Products in the U.S., 2016 to 2020 (in$ thousands)Table 4-40: Global Market Size of ITS Technology Products, 2016 to 2020 (in $thousands)
  11. 11. Figure 4-9: Global Market Size of ITS Technology Products, 2011 to 2020 (in $ thousands)Chapter 5: Competitive Profiles Vitronic Recent Developments TransCore Intelligent Transportation Systems Group IBM Iteris Figure 5-1: Iteris Revenues by Product Type, 2008 to 2010 (in $ millions) Product Development Scania Figure 5-2: Scania Revenue by Business Unit, 2008 to 2010 (e) (in $ millions) Efkon Recent Developments Traffic Data Systems Telvent Figure 5-3: Telvent Share of Sales by Business Unit, 2010 (e) Denso Corp Product Innovation Image Sensing Systems, Inc. Recent Developments Kapsch TrafficComChapter 6: Market Challenges Government Policy for ITS Projects Table 6-1: U.S. Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Funding Facts and Figures, 2010 Table 6-2: U.S. Recovery Act Funding of Transportation Infrastructure Projects, 2010
  12. 12. ITS Deployment: The EU Legislative Policy Japan ITS Government Policy Governments Move to Standardize ITS Products What Are ITS Standards? Figure 6-1: U.S. National ITS Architecture SchematicAvailable immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2496797  US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004 

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