Global Airport Self-Service Market, Forecast to 2025
発行: Frost & Sullivan
ページ情報: 英文 65 Pages
IATA (国際航空運送協会) の調査によれば、全世界の航空旅客数は、2017年の38億人から、2035年には72億人まで増加する見通しです。空港関係者にとっては巨大な市場機会が約束されている一方、運用コストの上昇を押さえ、利用者の満足度を高める必要性にも迫られています。そこで、様々な手続き (チェックイン、保安検査、搭乗手続きなど) を機械化・セルフサービス化して、手続きの円滑化や時間短縮、フライト遅延の抑制などを図ろうという動きが広がりつつあります。
当レポートでは、世界の空港向けセルフサービス・システムの市場について分析し、セルフサービスの定義や目的・効果、近年の主な動き (新規技術・サービス開発など)、主な構成要素 (自動チェックイン／手荷物預入／搭乗システム)、市場規模の見通し、企業間の競争状態、今後の成長機会と課題などを調査しております。
Minimized Passenger Wait Times and Secure, Seamless Passenger Flow Drives Adoption and Exponential Market Growth
The demand for air travel has been increasing over time with the International Association of Air Travel (IATA) expecting 7.2 billion air travelers in 2035, compared to the 3.8 billion travelers in 2016. While this increasing demand implies higher revenues and growth, airport stakeholders are expected to consistently increase their capacity while whittling down the operational costs and providing passengers with maximum value and a wholesome experience to ensure repeat engagements with the airport. However, legacy airport systems are disparate and inefficient leading to long queues at passenger touchpoints such as check-in, security screening, border control, and boarding, resulting in delays that impact the punctuality of flight schedules and airport efficiency gains. Self-service was introduced in airports to automate the passenger processing process, minimizing wait times, and for allowing passengers control over their journey. With more passengers using digital devices such as smartphones, the propensity to utilize personal devices to enable easier and faster check-in and boarding has greatly increased. This has led to a greater adoption of self-service initiatives with operators embracing it to enhance airport operational efficiency.
This research service will focus on the self-service initiatives, such as self-service check-in systems, self-service bagdrop systems, and self-boarding systems, that are being widely adopted at passenger touchpoints. The research excludes self-service initiatives for security applications. The service outlines key takeaway factors for market stakeholders, underlines market drivers and restraints, describes hardware and technology currently utilized, and identifies the future trends in the market. The report provides a competitive benchmarking of products and suppliers taking into account key market participants. Information collated within this report is obtained from surveys conducted across 50 global airports, attendance at several international airport conferences, interviews with C level executives of market stakeholders, and from secondary research, with base year set as 2017 and forecasted to 2025.