Automatic Passenger Counting & Information System Market Is Set To Grow To $4,269mn In 2017

09 August 2017
Cyber

Visiongain’ has launched a new report - Automatic Passenger Counting & Information System Market Forecast 2017-2027: By Type APC & IS, By Component Including Multimedia Displays, Sensors, Networking & Communication Devices (NCD), & Others (Particularly Public Announcement Systems) & by Application Such As Railways, Roadways & Others (Such As Aviation) Plus Analysis of Leading Companies

An Automated Passenger Counter (APC) is an electronic device available for installation on transit vehicles including buses and rail vehicles which accurately records boarding and alighting data. An information system is a software that helps you organize and analyse data. This makes it possible to answer questions and solve problems relevant to the mission of an organization.

These systems are increasingly being used in various modes of transportation due to associated benefits, thus driving the automated passenger counting and information system market growth. The bus & railway operators are keen to regulate passenger travelling patterns in order to schedule timely bus and railway arrivals & departures and design routes accordingly. These patterns also help in the business development and optimize operational costs.

The visiongain report analyst commented “Industry participants are investing heavily in developing systems suitable to match intricate application necessities. The rising need for evidence of the passengers transported is a key factor anticipated to bolster market growth significantly over the next ten years. Data from automatic passenger counting can benefit companies with respect to the remuneration share from the authorities. It can be further used to draw conclusions and make aligned decisions while planning vehicle operations.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are developing Automatic Passenger Counting & Information System include General Electric (GE), Siemens AG, Hitachi Ltd, Huawei Technologies Co., Cisco Systems, DIALAX Intelcom GmbH, Iris-GmbH, HELLA Aglaia, Eurotech S.p.A. & Syncromatics Corp.

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