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Traffic Management Market by Solutions, Displays & Systems (Full Pedestrian, Parking Space and Toll Management, Above Ground Pedestrian and Vehicle Detection) - Global Advancements, Projects, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014 - 2019)

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Traffic Management Market by Solutions, Displays & Systems (Full Pedestrian, Parking Space and Toll Management, Above Ground Pedestrian and Vehicle Detection) - Global Advancements, Projects, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014 - 2019)

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Traditional traffic management is converting into intelligent traffic management where digital infrastructure is overlaid to interconnect and 'plug in' the downfalls that the physical infrastructure cannot escape. Traffic Management report consists of the opportunity study of technology adoption across all solution and services market. The report focuses on estimating and forecasting the market potential of the major sub-segments of traffic, extra low voltage, active traffic management, intelligent traffic management, innovative traffic solution, journey time management system and many more. The report also discuss about the projects undertaken to curb the congestion and traffic problems. There will be huge expansion and growth in the market due to traffic related projects mainly undertaken by government.

The Traffic Management market is also segmented based on regions such as North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) + Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Middle East and Africa (MEA). The market forecasts are provided for each region from 2014 to 2019. The Traffic Management market report profiles leading companies such as Accenture, Affiliated Computer Services Inc, Alstom SA, Cisco Systems Inc, Cubic, ESRI, GE Transportation, IBM, Indra, Ineo, Kapsch, LG CNS, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and Thales.

The market of Traffic Management market in 2014 is estimated to be $3.56 billion. This market is expected to reach $16.89 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of 36.5% between 2014 and 2019.

There are various assumptions that we have taken into consideration for market sizing and forecasting exercise. A few of the global assumptions include political, economic, social, technological, and economic factors. For instance, exchange rates, one of the economic factors, are expected to have a moderate impact on this market. Therefore, dollar fluctuations are not expected to seriously affect the forecasts in the emerging Asia Pacific (APAC) regions.

The report will help the market leaders/new entrants in this market in the following ways:
- The report segments the market into solutions, and services covering this market comprehensively. It provides the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall market and the sub-segments. The market numbers are further split across the regions
- The report will help them better understand the competitor and gain more insights to better position their business. There is a separate section on competitive landscape, including competitor ecosystem, mergers and acquisition, and venture capital funding. Besides, there are company profiles of 10 top players in this market. In this section, market scenarios are provided that can put them ahead of the competitors
- The report helps them understand the pulse of the market. It provides information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities

Table of Contents

1 Introduction (Page No. - 19)
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Report Description
1.3 Markets Covered
1.4 Stakeholders
1.5 Research Methodology
1.5.1 Market Size
1.5.2 Key Data
1.5.2.1 Key Data From Secondary Sources
1.5.2.2 Key Data From Primary Sources
1.5.3 Data Triangulation & Market Forecasting
1.6 Forecast Assumptions

2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 25)

3 Market Overview (Page No. - 28)
3.1 Market Definition: What Is Traffic Management?
3.2 Traffic Management: Implementation
3.3 Market Segmentation
3.3.1 By System
3.3.2 By Type
3.3.3 By Region
3.4 Overall Market Size
3.5 Technical Challenge

3.5.1 Technology Selection
3.5.2 Data Dependency & Integration
3.5.3 Interoperability Within Legacy System & Modern Transportation
3.6 Architecture & Connectivity Elements: Traffic Management
3.7 Market Dynamics
3.7.1 Drivers
3.7.1.1 Government Initiations
3.7.1.2 Reliability, Safety, & Security
3.7.1.3 Rapid Urbanization
3.7.2 Restraints
3.7.2.1 Capital Investments
3.7.2.2 Infrastructural Legacy Systems
3.7.2.3 Transformation Downtime
3.7.3 Opportunities
3.7.3.1 Worldwide Project Opportunities
3.7.3.2 Increasing Investments For Smarter Transportation

4 Projects (Page No. - 43)
4.1 Smart Parking Project Montreal, Canada
4.2 Chenani-Nashri Tunnel (Patnitop Tunnel) India
4.3 Elizabeth River Tunnels Project U.S.
4.4 Rohtang Tunnel At Lahaul Spiti Valley, India
4.5 Deep Dredge Project, the Port of Miami U.S.
4.6 Vilnius Traffic Management System Lithuania
4.7 Johnson County Gateway Interchange Project Kansas, U.S.
4.8 Elgin O'hare Western Access Project Illinois, U.S.
4.9 Lusail Expressway Qatar
4.10 Northconnex Motorway Sydney, Australia
4.11 Troja Bridge Prague, Czech Republic
4.12 I-485 Charlotte Outer Loop North California, U.S.
4.13 Ny Thruway Bridge Project
4.14 Gateway Western Australia (WA) Perth, Australia
4.15 Bogibeel Railroad Bridge India
4.16 Da Nang, Quang Ngai Expressway Vietnam
4.17 Brighton Bypass & Transport Hub Australia
4.18 Secondary National Roads Development Project (SNRDP) Philippines
4.19 Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway Project Canada

5 Market Size, Analysis, & Forecast By Traffic Management System Type (Page No. - 52)
5.1 Overview
5.2 Urban Traffic Management & Control (UTMC) Systems
5.2.1 Overview
5.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.3 Adaptive Traffic Control System (ATCS)
5.3.1 Overview
5.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.4 Journey Time MEAsurement System (JTMS)
5.4.1 Overview
5.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

5.5 Predictive Traffic Modeling System (PTMS)
5.5.1 Overview
5.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.6 Incident Detection & Location System (IDLS)
5.6.1 Overview
5.6.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.7 Route Guidance Systems
5.7.1 Overview
5.7.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.8 Dynamic Traffic Management System (DTMS)
5.8.1 Overview
5.8.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.9 Intermodal Transportation Planning System (ITPS)
5.9.1 Overview
5.9.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.10 Traffic Management Training System (TMTS)
5.10.1 Overview
5.10.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.11 Maintenance Tracking System (MTS)
5.11.1 Overview
5.11.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.12 Traffic Data Management System (TDMS)
5.12.1 Overview
5.12.2 Market Size & Forecast
5.13 Others
5.13.1 Overview
5.13.2 Market Size & Forecast

6 Market Size, Analysis, & Forecast By Road Traffic Management Type (Page No. - 80)
6.1 Overview
6.2 Solutions
6.2.1 Extra Low Voltage (ELV) Solutions
6.2.1.1 Overview
6.2.1.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.2.2 Intersection Controllers
6.2.2.1 Overview
6.2.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.2.3 Full Pedestrian Solutions
6.2.3.1 Overview
6.2.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.2.4 Led Signals & Retrofit Solutions
6.2.4.1 Overview
6.2.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.2.5 Parking Space & toll Management Solutions
6.2.5.1 Overview
6.2.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.3 Detections
6.3.1 Above Ground Pedestrian & Vehicle Detection (AGPVD)
6.3.1.1 Overview
6.3.1.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.3.2 Loop Detection
6.3.2.1 Overview
6.3.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.3.3 CCTV & ANPR Capabilities

6.3.3.1 Overview
6.3.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.4 Displays
6.4.1 Variable Message Sign
6.4.1.1 Overview
6.4.1.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.4.2 Vehicle Information Terminal
6.4.2.1 Overview
6.4.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
6.4.3 Others
6.4.3.1 Overview
6.4.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

7 Market Size, Analysis, & Forecast By Region (Page No. - 104)
7.1 Overview
7.2 North America
7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Market Size & Forecast By Traffic Management System (TMS)
7.2.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management
7.2.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution
7.2.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.2.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display
7.3 Western Europe
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By TMS
7.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management
7.3.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution

7.3.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.3.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display
7.4 CIS + Eastern Europe
7.4.1 Overview
7.4.2 Market Size & Forecast By TMS
7.4.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management
7.4.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution
7.4.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.4.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display
7.5 Asia-Pacific (APAC)
7.5.1 Overview
7.5.2 Market Size & Forecast By TMS
7.5.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management
7.5.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution
7.5.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.5.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display
7.6 Latin America
7.6.1 Overview
7.6.2 Market Size & Forecast By TMS
7.6.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management
7.6.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution
7.6.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.6.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display
7.7 Middle East & Africa (MEA)
7.7.1 Overview
7.7.2 Market Size & Forecast By TMS
7.7.3 Market Size & Forecast By Road Traffic Management

7.7.3.1 Market Size & Forecast By Solution
7.7.3.2 Market Size & Forecast By Detection
7.7.3.3 Market Size & Forecast By Display

8 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 150)
8.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
8.2 New Product Developments
8.3 Venture Funding

9 Company Profiles (Page No. - 159)
9.1 Accenture PLC
9.1.1 Overview
9.1.2 Products & Services
9.1.3 Strategies & Insights
9.1.4 Developments
9.1.5 MNM View
9.2 Alstom SA
9.2.1 Overview
9.2.2 Products & Services
9.2.3 Strategies & Insights
9.2.4 Developments
9.2.5 MNM View
9.3 CISCO Systems Inc
9.3.1 Overview
9.3.2 Products & Services
9.3.3 Strategies & Insights
9.3.4 Developments
9.3.5 MNM View
9.4 Cubic Corporation
9.4.1 Overview
9.4.2 Products & Services
9.4.3 Strategies & Insights
9.4.4 Developments

9.4.5 MNM View
9.5 GE Transportation
9.5.1 Overview
9.5.2 Strategies & Insights
9.5.3 Developments
9.5.4 MNM View
9.6 International Business Machines Corporation
9.6.1 Overview
9.6.2 Products & Services
9.6.3 Strategies & Insights
9.6.4 Developments
9.6.5 MNM View
9.7 Kapsch AG
9.7.1 Overview
9.7.2 Products & Services
9.7.3 Strategies & Insights
9.7.4 Developments
9.7.5 MNM View
9.8 LG CNS
9.8.1 Overview
9.8.2 Products & Services
9.8.3 Strategies & Insights
9.8.4 Developments
9.8.5 MNM View
9.9 Schneider Electric
9.9.1 Overview
9.9.2 Products & Services

9.9.3 Strategies & Insights
9.9.4 Developments
9.9.5 MNM View
9.10 Siemens AG
9.10.1 Overview
9.10.2 Products & Services
9.10.3 Strategies & Insights
9.10.4 Developments
9.10.5 MNM View

List of Tables

Table 1 Road Traffic Management, Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 2 TMS Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 3 TMS Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 4 Road Traffic Management, Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 5 TMS Market, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 6 Urban Traffic Management and Control System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 7 Adaptive Traffic Control System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 8 Journey Time MEAsurement System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 9 Predictive Traffic Modeling System (PTMS) Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 10 Incident Detection and Location System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 11 Route Guidance Systems Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 12 Dynamic Traffic Management System Market Size, By Region, 2013–2018 ($Million)
Table 13 Intermodal Transportation Planning System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)

Table 14 Training System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 15 Maintenance Tracking System Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 16 Traffic Data Management System (TDMS) Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 17 Others Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 18 Market, By Road Traffic Management, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 19 Solutions Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 20 Solutions Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 21 Detections Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 22 Detections Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 23 Displays Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 24 Displays Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 25 Road Traffic Management, Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 26 TMS Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 27 North America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 28 North America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 29 North America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 30 North America: Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 31 North America: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 32 North America: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 33 Western Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 34 Western Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 35 Western Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 36 Western Europe: Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 37 Western Europe: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 38 Western Europe: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 39 CIS + Eastern Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 40 CIS + Eastern Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 41 CIS + Eastern Europe: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 42 CIS + Eastern Europe Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)

Table 43 CIS + Eastern Europe: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 44 CIS + Eastern Europe: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 45 APAC: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 46 APAC: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 47 APAC: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 48 APAC: Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 49 APAC: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 50 APAC: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 51 Latin America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 52 Latin America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 53 Latin America: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 54 Latin America: Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 55 Latin America: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 56 Latin America: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 57 MEA: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 58 MEA: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 59 MEA: Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Table 60 MEA: Market Size, By Solution, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 61 MEA: Market Size, By Detection, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Table 62 MEA: Market Size, By Display, 2014–2019 ($Million)List of Figures (29 Figures)

Figure 1 Market: Research Methodology
Figure 2 Traffic Management Market: Data Triangulation, Top-Down & Bottom-Up Approach
Figure 3 Implementation Areas
Figure 4 Market, By System
Figure 5 Market, By Type
Figure 6 Market, By Region

Figure 7 Road Traffic Management, Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 8 Architecture of Traffic Management
Figure 9 Demands VS. Needs: Transportation, Traffic and Networks Management
Figure 10 Basic Structure of Connectivity Elements
Figure 11 TMS Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 12 Structure of Journey Time Measurement System
Figure 13 Predictive Traffic Modeling System
Figure 14 Incident Detection and Location System
Figure 15 Route Guidance Systems
Figure 16 Intermodal Transportation Planning System
Figure 17 Market Size, By Road Traffic Management, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Figure 18 Market Size, By Road Traffic Management, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 19 Solutions Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 20 Solutions Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 21 Detections Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Figure 22 Detections Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)
Figure 23 Vehicle Detection Application At Traffic Signal
Figure 24 CCTV and ANPR System
Figure 25 Displays Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Figure 26 Displays Market Size, By Type, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)

Figure 27 Working of Vehicle Information Terminal
Figure 28 Road Traffic Management, Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019 ($Million)
Figure 29 Market Size, By Region, 2014–2019, Y-O-Y (%)


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With the iCloud scandal seemingly in its past, Apple announced new iPhones, updates to iPad and MacBook as well as news on OSX Yosemite. Although consumers will have to wait to get their hands on some of that new stuff, what they can get is the latest release of iOS 8 that Apple made available for most in-market iPhones and iPads. Originally announced at WWDC (Apple’s annual developers conference) in June, iOS 8 seems to spearhead Apple’s newfound focus upon greater integration of their products into everyday tasks, cross-platform mobility and self-monitoring. Before you update your device, here is a look at some of the new features and things you may want to consider from a mobile security perspective.