Saturday , 25 January 2020

Traffic Sensors market to reach $434 mn by 2025: Research

According to an industry research report, the global traffic sensors market is expected to reach $434 million by 2025, up from the currently valued $271.97 million markets. According to the research report, increasing awareness of the adverse effect of road accidents is compelling several cities to implement sensor-based smart traffic signals.

According to the report, installation of traffic sensors will now be an integral part of traffic monitoring and to analyze the pattern of the moving vehicles and their interaction in the traffic. This is expected to help in enhancing the efficiency in traffic management such as jams. Citing an example, the report mentions a prototype of smart traffic monitoring system developed by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi on the campus. That said, the researchers from Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) commenced the test of traffic monitoring using AI which in future is likely to increase the utilization of traffic sensors.

The report clearly suggests why traffic sensors are one of the key elements in traffic management. The sensors obtain and enhance real-time traffic information, the utilization and integration of transportation surveillance. These traffic sensors collect data which is used for several applications such as flow monitor and anticipate any bottleneck and travel time estimation. However, the report believes that with the limited budget on infrastructure coupled with high initial investment and maintenance cost is likely to hamper the market growth. Due to the increase in urbanization and population, there is an increase in the number of vehicles. For which government has taken initiatives to modify transport infrastructure. These factors act as a driver for traffic sensors market. However, the setup cost is very high to implement this infrastructure which is a major challenge for the traffic sensors market.

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