Identify key smart urban infrastructure segments in terms of shipment numbers and opportunities for added value service revenue for analytics, applications, security, and professional services.
Identify critical partnerships with stakeholders like technology suppliers, consortia and associations, standardization bodies and initiatives, and smart city Internet of Things (IoT) platform providers.
Understand the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) market in terms of technologies, solutions, and key providers.
Correctly size the technology deployment opportunities for microcities.
Critical Questions Answered
Understand the importance of emerging smart urban infrastructure opportunities related to smart poles, smart road corridors, and surveillance solutions.
Distribution of the number of cities per size category (number of citizens).
Aggregated capacity for each microcity category.
Installed base of technology systems for each microcity category (cargo and passenger ports, airports, venues, malls, campuses, and railway stations).
Forecasts for ITS, Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) Roadside Units (RSUs), traffic management, Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)(, digital twin deployments, and resilience spending.
Technology vendor product and partnership. announcements for smart city and ITS markers.
Who Should Read This?
Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Resilience Officers (CROs) in city governments.
Strategic decision makers at technology vendors targeting the smart urban infrastructure and ITS markets.