Research and Markets has announced the addition of the research "ITS in Public Transport - 2nd Edition" to their offering
Dublin, Ireland, Mar 11, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
According to a new research report, the market value for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) deployed in public transport operations in Europe was 0.76 billion in 2011. Growing at a compound annual growth rate of 15 percent, this number is expected to reach 1.5 billion by 2016.
The fluctuating economic climate has in most countries had little effect on the market as the public investments which underpin a major part of the ITS initiatives have remained stable throughout the periods of crisis. The vendor landscape for public transport ITS consists of a variety of actors. The companies INIT, Trapeze Group and IVU have emerged as leaders in Europe, having broad product portfolios and large numbers of installed systems in many countries.
There are also local players with considerable market shares on regional markets in Europe, including Ineo Systrans and Vix. Another group of vendors are focused on specific parts of complete ITS such as specialised hardware units or software applications. The public transport ITS market in Europe is favoured by several concurrent developments, including UITP's sought-after doubling of the public transport ridership, the EBSF EU project, and generally higher expectations among travellers, said Rickard Andersson, telecom analyst.
Increasingly sophisticated solutions for traffic management and passenger information are available which - if implemented correctly - eventually can put public transport on par with private transportation modes in terms of travelling times and flexibility. Mr. Andersson adds that a noteworthy development is the increasing integration of smartphone-based solutions in public transport ITS, used for various traveller-centric applications as well as business performance overviews for operators, and most recently also as affordable tracking solutions enabling real-time passenger information (RTPI). Travellers increasingly expect real-time information also from smaller operators with low propensity to invest in ITS, concluded Mr. Andersson.
For a full list of companies mentioned in this report and more information, please go to http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d24dm7/its_in_public.
Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager.
Sector: Computing and Technology
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