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Last edited 26 Apr 2022
Smart roads market and brief assessment up to 2027
Smart roads include deployment of various sensors for safety, security, and communication purposes. These technologies are designed to help drivers and riders have safe journies. Growing urbanisation and the need for safe roads are some of the major driving factors behind the growth of the smart road system market. Among the regions, North America is expected to lead the smart roads market during the forecast period.
The market is divided into
Intelligent traffic management systems, intelligent transportation management systems, communication systems, and monitoring systems are the different types of technology. An automatic number plate recognition system (ANPR), a technology lane departure warning system (LDW), an incident detection system, as well as a radio frequency identification system (RFID), make up the intelligent traffic management system. Maintenance, consultancy, and operation services, as well as managed services, are all available. Digital signage, variable message signs, and other displays are among the options. On-premise and on-cloud deployments are separated further.
The smart roads technology market is classified into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the remainder of the world. North America is highest in the overall smart parkway market rankings in view of innovative upgrades in the smart street business. A significant number of projects associated with improvement of street hardware can be found in the United States and Canada. These countries put a high priority on street security. The Asia Pacific region has emerged as the fastest developing smart street market, with nations like China and Japan widely occupied with different endeavors for street wellbeing.
Highly competitive, the smart roads market appears fragmented due to the presence of several well-established players. Players leading the global smart roads market include Kapsch AG (Austria), Alcatel Lucent (France), Indra Sistemas, SA (Madrid), Siemens AG (Germany), LG CNS (South Korea), Cisco (US), Xerox Corporation (US), Kapsch TrafficCom (Austria), and Huawei (China), among others.
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