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Latin America Public Transportation Initiatives within Smart City Programs

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Latin America Public Transportation Initiatives within Smart City Programs
Published: July 24, 2019 Content info: 16 Pages

This market perspective aims to provide a summary of the most important public transportation trends in the context of smart cities in Latin America, using an analysis of primary and secondary information sources.This analysis includes definitions and a description of intelligent transportation use cases that IDC includes in its analysis, how technology is being implemented to produce outcomes and a future outlook.Finally, this document provides an analysis of a few examples in Latin America, ending in key recommendations for vendors and service providers."Latin America's intelligent transportation market will grow from $281 million in 2019 to over $972 million by 2022 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36%. The market will triple in 4 years with stable growth rates throughout the forecast period as solutions start to evolve and gain traction." says Diego Anesini, Research Director, Latin America. "Considering the impact of a rapidly growing urban population in Latin America, it makes sense to see that intelligent transportation is among the top strategic priorities in terms of technology spending in the region".

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Product Code: LA45380419

Executive Snapshot

New Market Developments and Dynamics

  • Public Transportation in the Context of Smart Cities
      • Smart Cities Strategic Priorities and Programs. Where does transportation sit?
  • Intelligent Transportation: Technology and use cases
  • Intelligent Transportation: Latin America Analysis
    • Intelligent Traffic Management
    • Advanced Public Transit
    • Smart Parking
    • Other use cases
    • Future Outlook
  • Examples of Intelligent Transportation in the context of Smart cities
    • Urban traffic monitoring
      • Bogota, Colombia
    • Wi-Fi and Digital TV Services on Public Buses
      • Buenos Aires, Argentina

Advice for the Technology Supplier AND THE Services Provider

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  • Synopsis
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