Intelligent Transportation Systems aim to improve transport and traffic management through the use of intelligent tools, like its Competitive Assesment. The Competitive Assessment provides a rating of 15 leading Intelligent Transportation Systems vendors, which were analyzed against six “innovations” and seven “implementations” criteria, in addition to a market share analysis.
ABI Research’ Intelligent Transportation Systems vendor Competitive Assessment created a valuable resource for stake holders, as well as the vendors contemplating an entrance into the market.
According to the report from ABI Research (News - Alert), Kapsch TrafficCom is currently the topplayer in this industry. The company earned the recognition for its outstanding performance across hardware, software, and solutions, and excelling in toll collect and road use charging, traffic data, monitoring, and management, road and vehicle safety systems, and hardware.
Siemens (News - Alert) is not far behind grabbing second place. Its strong points were regional coverage, traffic management, software and middleware and big data.
Hitachi (News - Alert) finished third by scoring high on quality and reliability, multi-modal mobility, and smart cities integration, as well as combining hardware, services, and IT expertise.
“As the ITS market is still in an early stage, many vendors have been preparing for this market taking off by designing solutions and participating in Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) trials while also anticipating possible mandates. As a consequence, in this ranking, readiness has been used as an important guideline in scoring vendors against the different criteria,” said Dominique Bonte, VP and practice director.
Edited by Ashley Caputo