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ETC (電子料金収受システム) の世界市場:2015年

Electronic Toll Collection Global Study 2015

発行 PTOLEMUS Consulting Group 商品コード 338596
出版日 ページ情報 英文 650 Pages
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ETC (電子料金収受システム) の世界市場:2015年 Electronic Toll Collection Global Study 2015
出版日: 2015年06月22日 ページ情報: 英文 650 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界のETC (電子料金収受システム) 市場について調査し、料金徴収システムの種類と概要、それぞれの動向および収益機会、現在の技術構成と技術の進歩、バリューチェーンと主要事業者、市場成長予測、主要国・主要事業者のプロファイルなどをまとめています。

第1章 道路利用課金のコンセプトと世界における動向

  • 道路利用者課金 (RUC) とは
  • 世界の道路利用課金
  • ロードプライシング
  • 世界共通のロードプライシングに対する課題
  • 輸送市場への影響

第2章 電子課金サービス事業の基礎

  • 一般的方向性と法規制
  • 主なETCモデルとその進化
    • フリーフローETC
    • AET (All Electronic Tolling)
    • マニュアル料金所
    • ORT (GNSS)
    • E-vignette
    • その他
  • 利用頻度の低いユーザーへの強制・対応
  • ETCの経済性
  • 料金自動徴収技術の進化
  • 各種ソリューションの比較方法:技術・経済的側面

第3章 欧州・米国の相互運用性に関する事例

  • ニーズと需要の評価
  • 相互運用性を強化する法規制とプログラム
  • サービスプロバイダーにとって確かなビジネスケースの創出方法

第4章 コネクテッドカー環境の一部としての料金徴収

  • コンバージェンスのイニシアチブと動向
  • コネクテッドサービスの機会
  • コンバージェンスの市場機会と障壁
  • 外部ステークホルダーにとっての新しい市場機会

第5章 世界の道路課金市場:定量分析

  • ETC環境
    • バリューチェーンにおける主要企業とその役割
    • 相互運用性のバリューチェーンへの影響
    • 主要企業の市場シェア
  • ETC市場の潜在性の定量化
    • 現在の世界の輸送市場の概要
    • 主なETC地域市場の分析
    • デバイス売上予測
    • 国別プロファイル:市場機会のレーティング
  • その他の国の市場分析
    • オーストラリア
    • ブラジル
    • カナダ
    • 中国
    • フィンランド
    • インド
    • インドネシア
    • 日本
    • マレーシア
    • メキシコ
    • フィリピン
    • ロシア
    • 南アフリカ
    • 韓国
    • スウェーデン
    • 台湾

第6章 総論・提言

第7章 国・企業のプロファイル

  • 主要国のプロファイル
  • 主要企業のプロファイル
    • 3M
    • Asfinag
    • Autostrade
    • Axxes
    • Bosch
    • Conti
    • DKV
    • Efkon
    • Egis
    • Eurotoll
    • GEA
    • Kapsch
    • Norbit
    • OMV
    • Qfree
    • Sanef
    • Shell
    • Siemens
    • Toll Collect
    • Traffineo
    • Transcore
    • Transpass
    • TUV
    • UTA
    • Vendeka
    • Xerox
目次

We are delighted to present the latest research published by PTOLEMUS: the Electronic Toll Collection Global Study.

The study is over 650-page long and encompasses everything there is to know about ETC. You will find information about

  • The ETC market size and potential,
  • The key trends in toll types and revenues opportunities,
  • The technology mix in place today and its evolution,
  • As well as full quantification of all those elements

A detailed presentation of the road charging study can be found here

To introduce this new launch, we are sharing the full table of contents, the list of companies interviewed as well as an 95-page extract of the study containing:

  • Exclusive interviews of senior industry representatives.
    • Marc Billiet, Head Of EU Goods Transport at the International Road Transport Union (IRU)
    • Peter Ummenhofer, VP Solution Management Division and Marcus Handl, Investor Relations & Strategy Officer at Kapsch TrafficCom
    • Martin Stone, General Manager of Egis Projects USA
  • Maps of the landscape and evolution of ETC globally
  • Overview of the directions in Europe and the US regulations affecting the tolling sector
  • Analysis of the key challenges faced by the tolling industry with case studies
  • Detailed assessment of the French Ecotaxe fiasco
  • Impact assessment of tolling on the transport industry

Features:

  • 3 ETC leaders interviewed
  • 90+ page overview of the global ETC market
  • 3 case studies
  • Key findings
  • Password-protected, searchable and printable electronic version (PDF)
  • 650 pages of analysis & recommendations including 200-page country and key player profile handbook
  • 20 case studies from toll domains around the world
  • 43 applicable standards classified and reviewed
  • 69 players evaluated and ranked
  • 25 actors evaluated
  • 11 toll value added services analysed

Table of Contents

I. The concept of road charging and its global implementations

  • A. What is road user charging (RUC)
  • B. Road charging around the world
    • 1. European market overview
    • 2. US market overview
    • 3. Overview of other major tolling markets globally
  • C. Why road pricing
    • 1. Internalising the external costs
    • 2. Emissions reduction from traffic smoothing
    • 3. National differences in introducing RUC
  • D. The challenges to universal road pricing
    • 1. Clearly stating the purpose of the tolling project
    • 2. Privacy fears can destroy a project early
    • 3. Managing acceptance and post-pay billing issues
    • 4. The French Ecotaxe saga
    • 5. The effect of the economic downturn: the Spanish roads example
    • 6. What can we learn from failed ETC projects?
  • E. Impact of the transportation market landscape on tolling
    • 1. Key factors affecting the transport industry
    • 2. The consequences of social dumping

II. The fundamentals of the evolving e-tolling service provision business

  • A. General directions and regulations
    • 1. Regulations governing road charging in Europe
    • 2. Disparity and differentiation
    • 3. Regulations governing road charging in the US
  • B. Key ETC models and their evolution
    • 1. Free Flow ETC
    • 2. All Electronic Tolling (AET)
    • 3. Manual toll booths
    • 4. Open Road Tolling (GNSS)
    • 5. E-vignette
    • 6. Other inovative solutions
    • 7. Technology convergence or divergence?
  • C. Enforcement and treatment of occasional users
    • 1. Delivering the OBUs
    • 2. Enforcement in practice
    • 3. Enforcement technology options
    • 4. How to build an economic model for enforcement
    • 5. Various fraud types and protection schemes
  • D. The economics of ETC
    • 1. Financing e-tolling schemes
    • 2. Pricing strategy
    • 3. Cost benchmarks
  • E. How is the e-tolling technology evolving
    • 1. Disambiguation and terminologies
    • 2. Road tolling technology standards in use globally
    • 3. RFID tags of war
    • 4. DSRC standard technology
    • 5. GNSS
    • 6. Communication technologies compared
    • 7. Image-based tolling and ANPR
    • 8. Infrared
    • 9. Back office and transaction management
    • 10. Smartphone based tolling
    • 11. Other tolling technologies: NFC and Wave
    • 12. Relevant technical standards and Patents
  • F. How do the solutions compare: technical and economical aspects
    • 1. Demand-based assessment
    • 2. Environment-based assessment
    • 3. Other criteria affecting the choice of solution
    • 4. Cost comparison: criteria and figures
    • 5. Other ways to compare: external effects
    • 6. Who pays and are the costs competitive?
    • 7. Switching from Plaza to Free Flow ETC in the US
    • 8. Migration paths: what are the options

III. The European and US case for toll network interoperability

  • A. Assessing the needs and demand
    • 1. The fundamental drivers for unbundling the toll networks
    • 2. The different levels of interoperability
  • B. The regulations and programmes fostering interoperability
    • 1. Tolling interoperability in Europe: EETS
    • 2. The US interoperability programmes; timing and stakeholders
    • 3. Interoperability in practice: taking one brick at the time
  • C. How to create a solid business case for the service providers
    • 1. Successful interoperability deployment
    • 2. Interoperability doesn't always pay
    • 3. In the US, ATI's HUB is instrumental in promoting interoperability
    • 4. The business case for toll roaming in Europe

IV. Tolling as part of the Connected Vehicle Landscape

  • A. Convergence initiatives and trends
    • 1. The main stakeholders involved
    • 2. The connected road services today
    • 3. FMS as the main tolling mechanism
    • 4. The Oregon experiment in road user charging
    • 5. The Oregon experiment in road user charging
  • B. Connected services opportunities relevant to the toll operators
    • 1. Telematics services with direct potential in the tolling industry
    • 2. Technology and market trends affecting the connected car services market
    • 3. New mobility pricing models
    • 4. How to create a solid mobility pricing business model
    • 5. ITS services: traffic, safety and V2i
    • 6. Electronic Vehicle Identification (EVI)
    • 7. Fleet Management Services (FMS)
  • C. Barriers and opportunities to convergence
    • 1. Isolation and silos
    • 2. The general context of data protection in Europe
    • 3. How tolling data can provide value
  • D. New opportunities for external stakeholders
    • 1. Fuel Card Providers bridge the fleet and tolling silos
    • 2. Weigh stations in the US: a path to toll interoperability for trucks
    • 3. Can toll functions be integrated at the vehicle manufacturer's level?
    • 4. Insurance/ assistance
    • 5. wireless operators
    • 6. consequence on the technology requirements
    • 7. The winners and losers in the race for toll services

V. Quantitative analysis of the road charging market worldwide

  • A. ETC Landscape.
    • 1. Key players in the value chain and their roles
    • 2. How interoperability affects this value chain
    • 3. Key companies market shares
      • a. Classification by OBUs sold
      • b. Classification by OBUs sold, DSRC only
      • c. Classification by OBU sold, RFID only
      • d. Classification by OBUs sold, GNSS only
      • e. Classification by OBUs sold, infrared only
      • f. Classification by total revenue
      • g. Classification by global presence
  • B. Quantifying the ETC market potential
    • 1. Overview of the current transport market globally
    • 2. Analysis of the main ETC regions
    • 3. Device sales forecast
    • 4. Country profiles: opportunity ratings
  • C. Market analysis of other countries of interest
    • 1. Australia
    • 2. Brazil
    • 3. Canada
    • 4. China
    • 5. Finland
    • 6. India
    • 7. Indonesia
    • 8. Japan
    • 9. Malaysia
    • 10. Mexico
    • 11. Phillipines
    • 12. Russia
    • 13. South Africa
    • 14. South Korea
    • 15. Sweden
    • 16. Taiwan

VI. Conclusions and recommendations

VII. Profiles.

  • Profiles: countries analysis
    • AET: Croatia
    • AET: Denmark
    • AET: France
    • AET: Greece
    • AET: Italy
    • AET: Russia
    • AET: Slovenia
    • AET: Spain
    • AET: Turkey
    • FFETC: Austria
    • FFETC: Belarus
    • FFETC: Czech rep
    • FFETC: Ireland
    • FFETC: Norway
    • FFETC: Poland
    • FFETC: Portugal
    • ORT: Germany
    • ORT: Hungary
    • ORT: Slovakia
    • ORT: Switzerland
    • Future/ other: UK
    • Future/ other: Belgium
    • Future/ other: France
    • Future/ other: Russia
    • FFETC: Australia
    • AET: Brazil
    • AET: Canada
    • AET: China
    • AET: India
    • AET: Indonesia
    • FFETC: Japan
    • AET: Mexico
    • FFETC: New Zealand
    • Philipine
    • FFETC: South Africa
    • FFETC: South Korea
    • ORT: Taiwan
    • US
  • Profiles: key players analysis
    • 3M
    • Asfinag
    • Autostrade
    • Axxes
    • Bosch
    • Conti
    • DKV
    • Efkon
    • Egis
    • Eurotoll
    • GEA
    • Kapsch
    • Norbit
    • OMV
    • Qfree
    • Sanef
    • Shell
    • Siemens
    • Toll Collect
    • Traffineo
    • Transcore
    • Transpass
    • TUV
    • UTA
    • Vendeka
    • Xerox
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