Market Research Report - 136640
Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems
|Published by||BCC Research|
|Published||Content info||183 Pages|
|Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems|
|Published: February 5, 2015||Content info: 183 Pages||
The global market for intelligent transportation system (ITS) devices was valued at $41.9 billion in 2013 and $52.3 billion in 2014. This market should reach $111.8 billion by 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.4% from 2014 to 2019.
This report provides:
The report presents the forecasts for ITS device markets for the years 2014 through 2019 on a volume and value basis. The report also presents the size of the chipset market for various wireless waveforms employed in ITS devices.
The report restricts itself to the devices used on the vehicle side and does not cover the market for ITS infrastructure.
This report does not include:
The geographic scope of this report is the global market.
The Summary chapter presents a regional breakdown of the value size of ITS device markets.
The Overview chapter analyzes the overall drivers for the ITS market. As wireless waveforms play a major role in furthering ITS, this section analyzes the following waveform categories:
The chapter titled Principal Categories in ITS identifies and analyzes the drivers, challenges, and market sizes for the following principal ITS categories:
The chapter entitled Individual ITS Applications covers the prominent individual applications that constitute ITS categories. The following applications are covered with respect to their market sizes (wherever applicable), implementation methodology, and case studies:
It should be noted that not every application has been assessed for market size. The market size forecasts have been derived only for those applications that have in-vehicle components. The forecasts for these applications focus solely on the in-vehicle components. Specifically, only the following applications are considered for market size analysis:
The Market Dynamics chapter covers the regional analysis and stakeholder scenario. The following regions are considered:
The section on patents analyzes innovative activities that impact ITS. Patents are classified based on the ITS applications and the categories they support. They are also broken down based on timing, assignee countries, and assignee organizations.
Shalini R. has extensive experience analyzing and evaluating advanced information technology, including telecom and optical networks. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronics and telecommunications from Kumaraguru College of Technology in Coimbatore, India, as well as a Master of Science degree in telecommunications and software engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.