DUBLIN, Jan. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —
The “Transportation LPWA” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report covers the Internet of Things (IoT) opportunities provided by Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networking for the multi-trillion-dollar transportation industry. LPWA technologies such as Sigfox, LoRa, LTE-M and NB-IoT are providing transportation markets with low cost multi-kilometer ubiquitous cloud connectivity. These LPWA technologies and their ecosystems are rapidly reshaping low power outdoor sensing and control networks.
LTE-M and LoRa provide unique advantages for transportation IoT by enabling ultra-low power consumption for mobile vehicle sensors. NB-IoT is most suited to fixed wireless sensing such as parking management, streetlight monitoring and electric vehicle charging infrastructure monitoring.
Most LPWA technologies are targeting tracking and locating mobile assets with an accuracy of a hundred meters. For example, bicycles and rapidly expanding e-Bike offerings represents one of the largest potential LPWA markets with over 1 billion in use worldwide. Intensifying efforts to reduce dependence on gas-powered vehicles has resulted in today’s billion-dollar bike sharing industry and accelerating adoption of electric vehicles.
Driven by the enormous popularity and brand awareness of Tesla’s vehicles, self-driving electric cars and trucks that travel hundreds of miles on a single charge has transformed the auto industry. At the same time, smart city initiatives are appearing worldwide for energy efficiency, pollution abatement and streamlined resident services such as streetlight monitoring, parking availability, traffic signal optimization, electronic tolling and monitoring of bridges, dams, canals and tunnels.
Transportation LPWA revenues will increase by 540% over the next five years to reach $11.8 billion, including equipment and services. However, the opportunities vary significantly for each of the market segments.
In this report, we cover the growing LPWA market opportunities for smart city transportation systems, electric vehicle charging infrastructure as well as connected vehicles and bikes. It includes market size forecasts (2016-2022) for connected devices, annual unit shipments and breakdowns by market, application, technology, geography and equipment/services; the results from several surveys; an in-depth technology evaluation; and analysis of the value system with 100+ companies.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. The Ecosystem
Smart Cities Transportation Systems Traffic Management Electronic Tolling Parking Management Streetlight Monitoring Connected Vehicles LPWA Applications EV Charging Infrastructure Connected Car Aftermarket Car/Ride Sharing Connected Bicycles Total Potential Market Sizing Connected Vehicles & Bikes Transportation Systems TPM by Geographical Region
3. Industrial IoT Survey Results
Respondent Overview Wireless Sensor Networks Most