Intelligent Transportation in Smart Cities

With the urbanization and mega cities trend resulting in 70% of the global population expected to be living in cities by 2050, the implementation of smart city technologies will be a critical challenge for governments in both developed and developing regions. Among the many applications and vertical technologies to be deployed, ITS technologies will play a key role in transforming cities into sustainable, efficient, convenient and cooperative places to live.

This study examines a wide range of ITS smart city solutions including eMobilty, multimodal travel, freight, ticketing and payments, traffic management, urban toll, cooperative ITS and V2X, autonomous vehicles, car sharing and on-demand taxis including their internal and external synergies. Examples of projects and trials in a large number of cities are provided.

  • 1. URBANIZATION, INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION, AND SMART CITIES
    • 1.1. The Unstoppable Rise of Urbanization and Megacities
    • 1.2. Urbanization Challenges
    • 1.3. Benefits of Urbanization
    • 1.4. The Role of Cities as Hubs
    • 1.5. Can the Urbanization Trend Be Stopped?
    • 1.6. The Role of ICT Technology to Manage Cities
    • 1.7. Definition of Smart Cities
    • 1.8. The Role of Intelligent Transportation in Smart Cities
  • 2. THE TECHNOLOGIES, USE CASES, AND APPLICATIONS FOR SMART CITIES
    • 2.1. Multimodal Transportation and Traveler Information Systems
    • 2.2. Public Transportation Ticketing and Mobile Payments
    • 2.3. Traffic Management Systems
    • 2.4. eMobility - Electric Vehicles, (Wireless) Charging Infrastructure, and V2G
    • 2.5. Cooperative ITS, V2I, and Intelligent Road Infrastructure
    • 2.6. Freight Solutions
    • 2.7. Car and Bike Rental and Sharing
    • 2.8. On-demand Taxis
    • 2.9. ETC: Congestion Zones and Road User Charging
    • 2.10. Autonomous Vehicles
    • 2.11. Examples of Smart Cities
    • 2.12. Smart Cities Technologies Synergies
    • 2.13. Smart Cities ITS Technologies Forecasts
  • 3. SMART CITIES ECOSYSTEM PLAYERS FOR TRANSPORTATION
    • 3.1. Cisco
    • 3.2. AGT International
    • 3.3. Parkopedia
    • 3.4. Parkmobile
    • 3.5. IBM
    • 3.6. Logica (CMG)
    • 3.7. Xerox
    • 3.8. Q-Free
    • 3.9. Kapsch
    • 3.10. INRIX
    • 3.11. Oracle
    • 3.12. Hitachi
    • 3.13. Intel
    • 3.14. Thales
    • 3.15. Schneider
    • 3.16. SAP
    • 3.17. Siemens
    • 3.18. Orange
    • 3.19. EU - Horizon 2020
    • 3.20. The EU Urban Mobility Package
    • 3.21. European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities
    • 3.22. Smart Cities
    • 3.23. ERTICO
    • 3.24. GSMA

Charts

  1. ITS Technology in Smart Cities Penetration Rate by Type, World Market, 2012 to 2025
  2. ITS Technology in Smart Cities Penetration Rate by Type, North America, 2012 to 2025
  3. ITS Technology in Smart Cities Penetration Rate by Type, Europe, 2012 to 2025
  4. ITS Technology in Smart Cities Penetration Rate by Type, Asia-Pacific, 2012 to 2025
  5. ITS Technology in Smart Cities Penetration Rate by Type, Rest of the World, 2012 to 2025

Figures

  1. Urban versus Rural Population Growth
  2. Population Growth per City Size Class
  3. Aggregate Annual Costs of Vehicle Idling to Households, in Millions of Euros, 2Q 2012 to 2Q 2013
  4. Fuel Consumed and CO2 Equivalent Emissions During Vehicle Idling, Annual Figures Based on 2Q 2012 to 2Q 2013 Data
  5. Smart Cities Technologies per Type and Region
  6. Multi-modal Journey Planning
  7. IBM's Smarter Cities Approach
  8. Oracle City Platform
  9. Social Innovation Business
  10. Multi-dimensional Smart Mobility Architecture by Layer
  11. Multi-dimensional Smart Mobility Architecture
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Research Information

Price
Starting at USD 4500
Publish Date
1Q 2014
Code
AN-1640
Research Type
Application Analysis Report
Pages
34