Global Internet of Things Transportation Market is forecasted to reach US$ XX million in 2027 at a CAGR rate of 19.8% with 2019 as a base year. The report includes the analysis of impact of COVID-19 lock-down on the revenue of market leaders, followers, and disrupters. Since lock down was implemented differently in different regions and countries, impact of same is also different by regions and segments. The report has covered the current short term and long term impact on the market, same will help decision makers to prepare the outline for short term and long term strategies for companies by region. To know about the Research Methodology:-Request Free Sample Report IoT in Transportation makes use of IOT devices like scanners, controller, beacons, RFID systems, AI technology along with the strong IOT platform that interconnect this devices to apps and websites that make up the company’s digital ecosystem. IOT transportation provides improved communication, control and data distribution. This application includes personal vehicles, commercial vehicles, UAVs and other equipment. It extends throughout the entire system of all transportation elements such as traffic control, parking, fuel consumption, and more. The Internet of Things (IoT) is dramatically accelerating the pace of innovation in the transportation industry. Maximize Market Research has undertaken extensive research about the current Global IoT Transportation Market outlook with respect to its usage in various transportation system and vehicles as well as the assuring future of the technology in these sectors. IoT market in road transportation system dominated the market in 2015 and accounted for around 29% of the overall market revenue. IoT solutions help to provide real-time data about transport vehicles. Vendors are integrating connected vehicles with IoT applications to track vehicle location. IoT solutions enhance road transportation system through intelligent IT solutions for transit management and smart traffic management systems. IoT applications integrated with analytics solutions are used to gather and analyse data collected from smart and connected devices with the help of telematics and sensor technology. Importantly, the report delivers forecasts of the market, giving an insight into the future opportunities that exist in the Global IoT Transportation Market. The driving forces as well as considerable restraints have been explained in depth. Report segments Global IoT Transportation Market by Type, Mode of Transportation, Application and Regions, providing the comprehensive analysis of ecosystem of industry, which will be useful to take informed strategic decision to the stakeholders in the industry. North America was the highest revenue contributor to the global market in 2016, due to its advanced technical aspects and high adoption of IoT across industry verticals. In addition, enhanced internet connectivity; decreased cost of powerful sensors & controllers; growth in information, communication, & technology; and government initiatives in the several developed and the developing regions, including North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, drive the market growth. Moreover, Asia-Pacific is anticipated to witness significant growth rate during the forecast period, owing to growth in the emerging economies, such as China and India, rapid urbanization, and other factors.
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Global IoT Transportation Market, by Type:Hardware, Software, and services
Global IoT Transportation Market, by Mode of Transportation:Roadways, Railways, Airways, and Maritime
Global IoT Transportation Market, by Application:Automotive telematics, Reservation, toll, & ticketing systems, Security & surveillance system, remote monitoring and others
Global IoT Transportation Market, by Geography:North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America
Key Players, Global IoT Transportation MarketGarmin International Thales Group Tom-tom N.V. Nuance Communication Denso Corp. Alcatel-Lucent AT&T, Inc. Verizon Communications Sierra Wireless, Inc. IBM Corporation Cisco Systems, Inc. General Electric Veniam Terbine LimeBike Borderless Fybr Concirrus DashRoad ParkENT Cycles Inrix MotoLingo Intel Corp.
Global Internet of Things Transportation Market1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Report Description 1.2. Objectives of the Study 1.3. Market Scope 1.3.1. Years considered in the study 1.4. Currency 1.5. Key players / Stakeholders 1.6. Target Audience 2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2.1. Research Methodology 2.2. Market Definition 2.3. Assumptions and Acronyms Used 2.4. Data Sources 2.4.1. Secondary 126.96.36.199. Paid 188.8.131.52. Unpaid 2.4.2. Primary 2.5. Analyst tools and models 3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3.1. IOT in transportation market overview 3.1.1. By Type 3.1.2. By Mode of Transport 3.1.3. By Application 3.1.4. By Geography 4. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CURRENT TRENDS 4.1. Global Internet of Things Landscape 4.1.1. Emergence and Evolution 4.1.2. Technological Transformations 4.1.3. Global Internet of Things Outlook by Region 184.108.40.206. North America 220.127.116.11.1. Key Economic Indicators 18.104.22.168.1.1. GDP Growth Forecast 22.214.171.124.2. Global Standing in Internet of Things Market 126.96.36.199.2.1. Market size and share 188.8.131.52. Europe 184.108.40.206.1. Key Economic Indicators 220.127.116.11.1.1. GDP Growth Forecast 18.104.22.168.2. Global Standing in Internet of Things Market 22.214.171.124.2.1. Market size and share 126.96.36.199. Asia Pacific 188.8.131.52.1. Key Economic Indicators 184.108.40.206.1.1. GDP Growth Forecast 220.127.116.11.2. Global Standing in Internet of Things Market 18.104.22.168.2.1. Market size and share 22.214.171.124. Latin America, Africa and Middle East 126.96.36.199.1. Key Economic Indicators 188.8.131.52.1.1. GDP Growth Forecast 184.108.40.206.2. Global Standing in Internet of Things Market 220.127.116.11.2.1. Market size and share 5. GLOBAL INTERNET OF THINGS TRANSPORTATION MARKET OUTLOOK 5.1. Market Definition, Segmentation and Scope of Study 5.2. Market Dynamics 5.2.1. Drivers 18.104.22.168. Advancement in Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) 22.214.171.124. Growing demand for emerging market 126.96.36.199. Growing Customer Expectations 188.8.131.52. Reduced Cost 184.108.40.206. Easy Availability of Hardware Platform 220.127.116.11. Enhanced Efficiency 18.104.22.168. Innovation and Disruption Prospects 5.2.2. Restraints 22.214.171.124. Big data increases complexity 126.96.36.199. Threat for data security & privacy 188.8.131.52. Poor transport infrastructure in the developing and underdeveloped nations 5.2.3. Opportunities 184.108.40.206. Growth of cloud based transport infrastructure service providers 220.127.116.11. Internet of Things Will Transform Data Centre Opportunities 18.104.22.168. Competitive Advantage 22.214.171.124. Inevitable Future 5.3. Market Share Analysis 5.3.1. By Type 5.3.2. By Mode of Transport 5.3.3. By Application 5.3.4. By Geography 5.4. Competitive Analysis 5.4.1. Key Strategic Initiatives 5.4.2. Regional Presence 5.4.3. Product Overview 5.5. Porter’s Analysis 5.6. PESTEL Analysis 5.7. Product Benchmark Analysis 5.8. Company Market Share Analysis 5.9. Key Findings 5.9.1. Top Wining Strategies 5.9.2. Top Investment Pockets 5.9.3. Top Impacting Factors 6. GLOBAL INTERNET OF THINGS TRANSPORTATION MARKET, BY TYPE 6.1. Hardware 6.1.1. Market size and forecast 6.1.2. Market analysis, by region 6.2. Software 6.2.1. Market size and forecast 6.2.2. Market analysis, by region 6.3. Services 6.3.1. Market size and forecast 6.3.2. Market analysis, by region 7. GLOBAL INTERNET OF THINGS TRANSPORTATION MARKET, BY MODE OF TRANSPORT 7.1. Roadways 7.1.1. Market size and forecast 7.1.2. Market analysis, by region 7.2. Railways 7.2.1. Market size and forecast 7.2.2. Market analysis, by region 7.3. Airways 7.3.1. Market size and forecast 7.3.2. Market analysis, by region 7.4. Maritime 7.4.1. Market size and forecast 7.4.2. Market analysis, by region 8. GLOBAL INTERNET OF THINGS TRANSPORTATION MARKET, BY APPLICATION 8.1. Traffic congestion control system 8.2. Automotive telematics 8.2.1. In-Vehicle 126.96.36.199. Market size and forecast 188.8.131.52. Market analysis, by region 8.2.2. Vehicle-To-Vehicle (V2V) 184.108.40.206. Market size and forecast 220.127.116.11. Market analysis, by region 8.2.3. Vehicle-To-Infrastructure 18.104.22.168. Market size and forecast 22.214.171.124. Market analysis, by region 8.3. Reservation, toll, & ticketing systems 8.3.1. Market size and forecast 8.3.2. Market analysis, by region 8.4. Security and surveillance system 8.4.1. Market size and forecast 8.4.2. Market analysis, by region 8.5. Remote monitoring 8.5.1. Market size and forecast 8.5.2. Market analysis, by region 8.6. Others 8.6.1. Market size and forecast 8.6.2. Market analysis, by region 9. GLOBAL INTERNET OF THINGS TRANSPORTATION MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 9.1. Key regional treads 9.2. North America 9.2.1. Market size, by country 9.2.2. Market size, by technology 9.2.3. Market size, by application 9.2.4. Market size, by end user 9.3. U.S. 9.3.1. Market size, by technology 9.3.2. Market size, by application 9.3.3. Market size, by end user 9.4. Canada 9.4.1. Market size, by technology 9.4.2. Market size, by application 9.4.3. Market size, by end user 9.5. Europe 9.5.1. Market size, by country 9.5.2. Market size, by technology 9.5.3. Market size, by application 9.5.4. Market size, by end user 9.6. Germany 9.6.1. Market size, by technology 9.6.2. Market size, by application 9.6.3. Market size, by end user 9.7. UK 9.7.1. Market size, by technology 9.7.2. Market size, by application 9.7.3. Market size, by end user 9.8. France 9.8.1. Market size, by technology 9.8.2. Market size, by application 9.8.3. Market size, by end user 9.9. Spain 9.9.1. Market size, by technology 9.9.2. Market size, by application 9.9.3. Market size, by end user 9.10. Italy 9.10.1. Market size, by technology 9.10.2. Market size, by application 9.10.3. Market size, by end user 9.11. Russia 9.11.1. Market size, by technology 9.11.2. Market size, by application 9.11.3. Market size, by end user 9.12. Asia Pacific 9.12.1. Market size, by country 9.12.2. Market size, by technology 9.12.3. Market size, by application 9.12.4. Market size, by end user 9.13. India 9.13.1. Market size, by technology 9.13.2. Market size, by application 9.13.3. Market size, by end user 9.14. China 9.14.1. Market size, by technology 9.14.2. Market size, by application 9.14.3. Market size, by end user 9.15. Japan 9.15.1. Market size, by technology 9.15.2. Market size, by application 9.15.3. Market size, by end user 9.16. Australia 9.16.1. Market size, by technology 9.16.2. Market size, by application 9.16.3. Market size, by end user 9.17. Latin America 9.17.1. Market size, by country 9.17.2. Market size, by technology 9.17.3. Market size, by application 9.17.4. Market size, by end user 9.18. Argentina 9.18.1. Market size, by technology 9.18.2. Market size, by application 9.18.3. Market size, by end user 9.19. Brazil 9.19.1. Market size, by technology 9.19.2. Market size, by application 9.19.3. Market size, by end user 9.20. Mexico 9.20.1. Market size, by technology 9.20.2. Market size, by application 9.20.3. Market size, by end user 9.21. Middle East and Africa 9.21.1. Market size, by country 9.21.2. Market size, by technology 9.21.3. Market size, by application 9.21.4. Market size, by end user 9.22. South Africa 9.22.1. Market size, by technology 9.22.2. Market size, by application 9.22.3. Market size, by end user 9.23. Saudi Arabia 9.23.1. Market size, by technology 9.23.2. Market size, by application 9.23.3. Market size, by end user 10. COMPITITIVE LANDSCAPE 10.1. Market Share/ Positioning Analysis 10.2. Key Innovators 10.3. Company Profiles 10.3.1. Garmin International 10.3.1.1. Overview 10.3.1.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.1.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.1.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.1.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.1.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.2. Thales Group 10.3.2.1. Overview 10.3.2.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.2.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.2.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.2.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.2.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.3. Tom-tom N.V. 10.3.3.1. Overview 10.3.3.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.3.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.3.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.3.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.3.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.4. Nuance Communication 10.3.4.1. Overview 10.3.4.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.4.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.4.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.4.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.4.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.5. Denso Corp. 10.3.5.1. Overview 10.3.5.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.5.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.5.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.5.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.5.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.6. Alcatel-Lucent 10.3.6.1. Overview 10.3.6.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.6.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.6.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.6.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.6.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.7. AT&T, Inc. 10.3.7.1. Overview 10.3.7.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.7.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.7.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.7.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.7.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.8. Verizon Communications 10.3.8.1. Overview 10.3.8.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.8.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.8.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.8.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.8.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.9. Sierra Wireless, Inc. 10.3.9.1. Overview 10.3.9.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.9.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.9.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.9.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.9.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.10. IBM Corporation 10.3.10.1. Overview 10.3.10.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.10.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.10.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.10.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.10.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.11. Veniam 10.3.11.1. Overview 10.3.11.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.11.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.11.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.11.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.11.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.12. Terbine 10.3.12.1. Overview 10.3.12.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.12.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.12.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.12.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.12.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.13. LimeBike 10.3.13.1. Overview 10.3.13.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.13.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.13.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.13.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.13.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.14. Borderless 10.3.14.1. Overview 10.3.14.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.14.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.14.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.14.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.14.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.15. Fybr 10.3.15.1. Overview 10.3.15.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.15.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.15.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.15.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.15.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.16. Concirrus 10.3.16.1. Overview 10.3.16.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.16.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.16.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.16.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.16.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.17. DashRoad 10.3.17.1. Overview 10.3.17.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.17.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.17.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.17.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.17.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.18. ParkENT Cycles 10.3.18.1. Overview 10.3.18.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.18.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.18.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.18.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.18.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.19. Inrix 10.3.19.1. Overview 10.3.19.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.19.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.19.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.19.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.19.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.20. MotoLingo 10.3.20.1. Overview 10.3.20.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.20.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.20.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.20.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.20.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.21. Cisco Systems, Inc. 10.3.21.1. Overview 10.3.21.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.21.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.21.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.21.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.21.6. Competitive Assessment 10.3.22. General Electric 10.3.22.1. Overview 10.3.22.2. Service Portfolio 10.3.22.3. Global Geographical Footprint 10.3.22.4. Strategic Initiatives 10.3.22.5. SWOT Analysis 10.3.22.6. Competitive Assessment 11. SUCCESS STORIES : KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS 11.1. Veniam 11.2. Terbine 11.3. LimeBike 11.4. Borderless 11.5. Fybr 11.6. Concirrus 11.7. DashRoad 11.8. ParkENT Cycles 11.9. Inrix 11.10. MotoLingo 11.11. Intel Corp. 12. CONSOLIDATION 12.1. Mergers and Acquisitions 12.2. Partnership, Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances/ Sales Agreements 12.3. Patent Analysis 13. LIST OF TABLES 14. LIST OF FIGURES