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CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & Components of Advanced Traffic Management Systems .....II-10
PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Detection Systems.............................................................II-10
Loop-Emulation/In-ground Detectors – The Precursor ....II-10
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations ........................... I-1 Advantages of Advanced Video Detectors.................II-11
Disclaimers ............................................................................. I-2 Pan-Tilt-Zoom Cameras – A Step Forward ...................II-11
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.................................... I-2 Urban Traffic Control Systems.............................................II-11
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics .................................. I-3 SCOOT .............................................................................II-11
Product Definitions and Scope of Study.................................. I-3 SCATS..............................................................................II-12
Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)............... I-4 SCOOT and SCATS – A Comparison ..............................II-12
Electronic Toll Collection Systems...................................... I-4 Electronic Toll Collection Systems...................................II-13
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Components of ETC......................................................II-13
Systems (PVTMS) ........................................................... I-4 Automatic Vehicle Identification ...............................II-13
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems ................ I-4 Automatic Vehicle Classification...............................II-13
Advanced Vehicle Information Systems.............................. I-4 Violation Enforcement Systems.................................II-13
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
(PVTMS).......................................................................II-13
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems .............II-14
Advanced Vehicle Information Systems ...........................II-15
1. A Disparate Industry .................................................. II-1
Partners in Success - Key Enablers of Intelligent 6. In-Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems:
Transportation Systems....................................................... II-1
A Review .................................................................... II-16
Traveler Data, Advisory Systems, and Wireless
2. Market Snapshots........................................................ II-2
Vehicle Products & Services.............................................II-16
In-Vehicle Products..............................................................II-16
3. Industry Overview ...................................................... II-3 In Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems in the Past ....II-16
Traffic Congestion – Overriding Concern of Many The Present Scenario............................................................II-17
a Nation .............................................................................. II-3 Passenger Vehicle Applications ...........................................II-17
Intelligent Transportation Systems – Solution for Commercial Vehicle Applications........................................II-18
Today’s Traffic Congestion ................................................ II-3 Adopting Alliance as a Growth Strategy ..............................II-18
Efforts Towards Reducing Injuries & Easing Qualcomm ........................................................................II-19
Traffic Congestion.............................................................. II-3 Etak...................................................................................II-19
Rationale Behind Installation of ITS ...................................... II-3 General Motors .................................................................II-20
Factors Influencing ITS Market ............................................. II-4 Microsoft ..........................................................................II-20
Global Capabilities ............................................................. II-4 IBM/Sun Microsystems ....................................................II-20
Favorable Factors ............................................................... II-5 Other Alliances .................................................................II-21
Restraints............................................................................ II-5 Outlook ................................................................................II-21

4. Technological Trends & Enabling Technologies ...... II-6 7. Review of Application Areas .................................... II-22
Internet, X-Ray and DSRC: The Powerful Electronic Toll Collection ....................................................II-22
Trio Enabling ITS… ........................................................... II-6 Commercial Vehicle Operations...........................................II-22
Key Technological Trends in the ITS Market ........................ II-6 Incident Management........................................................II-22
Integration of ITS with Cellular Technology ...................... II-6 Commercial Vehicle Electronic Clearance........................II-22
ASTM’s Endeavor for ITS Architecture Standardization ... II-6 Automated Roadside Safety Inspection.............................II-22
Satellite-Based Truck-Tracking System.............................. II-7 On-Board Safety Monitoring ............................................II-23
Enabling Technologies........................................................... II-7 Commercial Vehicle Administrative Processes.................II-23
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID).............................. II-7 Hazardous Material Incident Response .............................II-23
Electronic Tags................................................................... II-7 Commercial Fleet Management ........................................II-23
RDS-TMC .......................................................................... II-7 Traffic Management.............................................................II-23
Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC).............. II-7 En-Route Driver (Advisory) Information..........................II-23
Traffic Control ..................................................................II-23
5. Product Overview........................................................ II-8 Incident Management........................................................II-23
Introduction............................................................................ II-8 Travel Demand Management............................................II-24
ITS Integration.................................................................... II-8 Emissions Testing & Mitigation .......................................II-24
ITS Integration Program Objectives................................ II-9 Emergency Vehicle Management .....................................II-24
ITS System Architecture ................................................. II-9 Emergency Notification and Personal Security.................II-24
Segment Overview................................................................. II-9 Vehicle Safety Systems ........................................................II-25
Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS).............. II-9 Longitudinal Collision Avoidance ....................................II-25

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Lateral Collision Avoidance ............................................. II-25 10. Recent Industry Activity........................................... II-35
Intersection Crash Warning & Control ............................. II-25 M.Tech Pockets Dambach....................................................II-35
Vision Enhancement for Crash Avoidance ....................... II-25 Magellan Partners with Primordial.......................................II-35
Safety Readiness............................................................... II-25 Iteris Wins Supply Contract for ITS Designs .......................II-35
Pre-Crash Restraint Deployment ...................................... II-25 The OHL Brasil Awards Contract to Telvent .......................II-35
Automated Vehicle Operations......................................... II-26 DRI Bags Order from WestCAT ..........................................II-35
Fleet Management................................................................ II-26 Telvent to Install Traffic Control System in Xinxiang..........II-35
Others (Control & Warning Devices)................................... II-26 NPRA Awards Service and Maintenance Contract to
Q-Free...............................................................................II-36
8. Key Issues .................................................................. II-27 INRIX Expands Partnership withTomTom Navigator..........II-36
Interoperation of ITS............................................................ II-27 Odeco Acquires Addco ........................................................II-36
Differences Between US & EU............................................ II-27 Nokia to Take Over NAVTEQ .............................................II-36
Government Policy Vis-à-vis ITS Projects........................... II-27 Telvent Pockets Caseta.........................................................II-36
Environmental and Safety Issues.......................................... II-28 Atlantia to Acquire Stake in ETC.........................................II-36
Privacy Issues....................................................................... II-28 IRD Buys 50% Stake in Xuzhou-PAT Control
Technologies.....................................................................II-36
9. Product Innovations/Introductions.......................... II-29 Federal Signal Takesover PIPS ............................................II-37
Addco and Odeco Enters Partnership ...................................II-37
Magellan Expands Roadmate® Series ................................. II-29
Total Traffic Network Expands Partnership with Inrix.........II-37
TeleNav Launches TeleNav Vehicle Tracker™ ................... II-29
Western Systems to Distribute Iteris' Vantage®
Iteris Unveils First LDW Data Collection Product............... II-29
Product Line .....................................................................II-37
Siemens Introduces Video Detection System,
Telvent Wins Supply Contract for Road Safety Systems......II-37
EagleVision ...................................................................... II-29
ICx to Supply Enhanced Transportation Systems for
Iteris Unveils New ITS Products.......................................... II-29
I-15 Corridor in San Diego ...............................................II-37
Image Sensing Systems Introduces Autoscope® Terra™ .... II-30
RouteMatch Bags US$1.6 Million Contract from
Traficon NV Introduces a Stand Alone, Multifaceted Rhode Island Public Transit Authority..............................II-38
VIP-T box......................................................................... II-30
Sam Houston Tollway Receives Approval ...........................II-38
Sirit Introduces Identity MaX in Europe .............................. II-30
Nestor Traffic Systems Secures Public Safety Contract
New Electronic Toll Collection System from From Californian Province................................................II-38
Japanese Inventors ............................................................ II-30
IRD Secures Work Zone Safety Contract Worth
Tele Atlas Provides Digital Maps to Egypt and CAD $ 550,000.................................................................II-38
Saudi Arabia ..................................................................... II-30
Siemens to Install New Traffic Management
Siemens Introduces Traffic Signal Control Equipment, System in Lithuania ..........................................................II-38
Sitraffic C900 ................................................................... II-31
Nissan to Test New ITS Technology....................................II-39
Siemens Introduces Traffic Control System, Steria to Expand Taxi Management System at London’s
Sitraffic Scala ................................................................... II-31
Heathrow Airport..............................................................II-39
Siemens Introduces Modular Tunnel Control Center ........... II-31 TransCore Chosen by Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge
Hertz Launches PlatePass™ Electronic Toll Technology .... II-31 Commission to Upgrade Toll System ...............................II-39
RouteMatch Introduces ITS Solution for Urban Siemens Consortium Secures Largest UTC Project
Transportation Providers................................................... II-31 in China.................................................................................. II-40
IPICO and Dyna Group Unveil Passive RFID Electronic SpeedInfo Installs Sensors on Nebraska Highways ..............II-40
Toll Collection System ..................................................... II-32 Iteris Appoints Western Systems as New Distribution
Kyocera Wireless to Launch Active Nuclear Source Partner ..............................................................................II-40
Tool Alarm ....................................................................... II-32 Siemens Secures Contract for Traffic Control Systems
New On-Board Units from Q-Free....................................... II-32 in Switzerland ...................................................................II-40
Iteris Launches New Video Transmission Product Siemens Completes Traffic Control System Project
for Traffic Surveillance..................................................... II-32 in Turkey ..........................................................................II-40
INIT Offers Novel ITS Solutions ......................................... II-32 RouteMatch Users receive MSAA Funding .........................II-41
Alpine Electronics Launches New Navigation Device......... II-33 Nestor Secures Traffic Management Contract from the
Citilog Launches Two New ITS Products ............................ II-33 Cities of Hudson and Corrigan..........................................II-41
Delphi Unveils New Portable Navigation System................ II-33 IRD Receives WIM Contract from Zignego.........................II-41
NAVTAQ Unveils New System for Mobile Networks ........ II-33 Imtech Acquires Peek Traffic...............................................II-41
Nestor Traffic Systems Introduces New Video Product ....... II-33 Siemens Secures Key Contract from Sharjah .......................II-41
Siemens VDO Launches Adaptive Cruise Siemens Secures Traffic Management System Contract
Control System ................................................................. II-34 in Bangkok........................................................................II-42
Steria Launches New Traffic Supervision System ............... II-34 Citilog Equips New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge
Traficon Launches TrafiCam ............................................... II-34 With Traffic Management System ....................................II-42

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SpeedInfo Installs new Traffic Flow Solution in ItraMas Alliances with AdvancedInformation Technology.....II-49
Washington D.C. .............................................................. II-42 INIT Secures CAD$35 Million Contract..............................II-49
ItraMAS Launches National Traffic Control Center ............ II-42 Intermap Enters into Agreement with Several German
Transdyn Secures Contract from the City of Melbourne ...... II-42 Automotive Manufacturers ...............................................II-50
Siemens Secures Contract in Prague for Traffic ObjectVideo Alliances with CTI’s Video Convergence .......II-50
Modernization................................................................... II-43 Telvent Signs a Deal with Computer Sciences Corporation....II-50
TransCore Secures Contract for Traffic Monitoring WWT Bags Order from Arizona Department of
System from Californian City........................................... II-43 Transportation...................................................................II-50
Siemens Chosen to Deliver Traffic Management Raytheon Receives a Contract from Florida Turnpike..........II-50
Solution to Havering......................................................... II-43
Iteris Secures ITS Contract Worth US$1.25 Million 11. Focus on Select Players ............................................. II-51
in California...................................................................... II-43 Developers of Key Enabling Technologies ..........................II-51
Nestor Secures Automated Red Light Solution Contract ADDCO LLC (US)...........................................................II-51
From Texas City of Diboll................................................ II-43 ARINC Incorporated (US) ................................................II-51
NAVTEQ Acquires Traffic.com .......................................... II-43 Image Sensing Systems Inc (US) ......................................II-51
Diboll Enters into a 2-year Contract with Nester Traffic...... II-44 INIT Innovation In Traffic Transportation Systems, AG
Tele Atlas and MCH GeoPoints Enter into (Germany) .....................................................................II-51
Partnership Agreement ..................................................... II-44 Magellan Navigation Inc. (US) .........................................II-52
TransCore Secures New Contract......................................... II-44 MARK IV IVHS (Canada) ...............................................II-52
NAVTEQ Enters into a Contract with Uniden America....... II-44 NAVTEQ Corporation (US) .............................................II-53
Citilog Supplies Smart SunGuide with Intelligent Siemens Transportation Systems Inc. (US).......................II-53
Video Surveillance ........................................................... II-44 Sirit Inc. (Canada).............................................................II-53
Shah Capital Acquires Thales Navigation ............................ II-44 TransCore Inc. (US)..........................................................II-54
NAVTEQ Acquires Map Network ....................................... II-45 System Integrators................................................................II-54
Telvent GIT SA Takes Over PB Farradyne.......................... II-45 Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (US) ............................II-54
NAVTEQ Acquires gedas MapIT ........................................ II-45 Citilog SA (France)...........................................................II-55
Extreme CCTV Acquires Forward Vision CCTV ................ II-45 ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) .......................II-55
HTA Partners with Cendant Car Rental Group .................... II-45 Q-Free ASA (Norway)......................................................II-55
Image Sensing Systems Supplies ITS Related Equipment ... II-45 Swarco Holdings AG (Germany) .....................................II-55
INIT Enters into an Agreement with Metropolitan SpeedInfo, Inc. (US) .........................................................II-56
Transportation Authority of New York............................. II-46 Tacel Ltd. (Canada) ..........................................................II-56
Mark IV and ETC Enter into Partnership Deal..................... II-46 Traficon N.V. (Belgium)...................................................II-56
V-Traffic Enters into Partnership with Masternaut............... II-46 Transdyn Controls, Inc. (US)............................................II-56
V-Traffic Collaborates with University Paul Sabatier .......... II-46 XATA Corporation (US) ..................................................II-57
NAVTEQ Secures Contract from Primus Geographics........ II-46
NAVTEQ Enters into Licensing Agreement 12. Global Market Perspective ....................................... II-58
with LandSonar ................................................................ II-46
Table 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Q-Free Secures Contract for Deploying Toll System
Intelligent Transportation Systems by Geographic Region – US,
on Tamar Bridge............................................................... II-46
Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently
EFKON USA and Sirit Enter into Partnership Deal ............. II-47 Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2000
SpeedInfo Secures Contract from MTC ............................... II-47 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ..........II-58
Tele Atlas Signs Licensing Agreement with MapIT ............ II-47
TeleAtlas Enters into an Agreement with Beijing Table 2: World Long-term Projections for Intelligent
Changdi Youhao............................................................... II-47 Transportation Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan,
Tele Atlas Collaborates with WindSpring............................ II-47 Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed
with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
Tele Atlas and PT Navindo Enter into a Joint
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) .......................II-59
Venture Agreement........................................................... II-47
Image Sensing Systems Joins Forces with Wavetronix........ II-47 Table 3: World 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent
Zeus Technology Enters into Partnership with Itlog............. II-48 Transportation Systems by Geographic Region – Percentage
Inrix Enters into Agreement with TeleNav........................... II-48 Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe and
Iteris Bags Five-Year Contract from FHWA........................ II-48 Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012(includes
Telvent Enters into Contract with Transportation corresponding Graph/Chart)................................................II-60
Departments...................................................................... II-48 Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
TransCore Bags Contract to Implement Traffic Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) by Geographic
Control Technology.......................................................... II-49 Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Intermap Inks Letter of Intent with Tele Atlas ..................... II-49 Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for
RouteMatch Software Bags ITS Technology Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Solution Contract.............................................................. II-49 Graph/Chart)........................................................................II-61

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Table 5: World Long-term Projections for Advanced Traffic Table 15: World 10-Year Perspective for Commercial Vehicle
Management Systems (ATMS) by Geographic Region – US, Operations (CVO) Systems by Geographic Region – Percentage
Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe and
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes
through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).......... II-62 corresponding Graph/Chart)................................................II-72
Table 6: World 10-Year Perspective for Advanced Traffic Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Management Systems (ATMS) by Geographic Region – Other Intelligent Transportation Systems by Geographic
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million
2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ....................... II-63 for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart)........................................................................II-73
Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems by Geographic Table 17: World Long-term Projections for Other Intelligent
Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Transportation Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan,
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011
Graph/Chart) ....................................................................... II-64 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ..........II-74
Table 8: World Long-term Projections for Electronic Toll Table 18: World 10-Year Perspective for Other Intelligent
Collection (ETC) Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Transportation Systems by Geographic Region – Percentage
Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Europe and
with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ....................... II-65 corresponding Graph/Chart)................................................II-75
Table 9: World 10-Year Perspective for Electronic Toll
Collection (ETC) Systems by Geographic Region –
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
III. MARKET
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 &
2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ....................... II-66 1. The United States ....................................................... III-1
A. Market Analysis .............................................................. III-1
Table 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
US – World’s Largest Market........................................ III-1
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS)
by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World The Federal Government & ITS .................................... III-2
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales US Federal Government – Primary Supporter
in US$ Million for 2000 through 2010 (includes of ITS ..................................................................... III-2
corresponding Graph/Chart) ............................................... II-67 Budgetary Constraints of the Federal Government .... III-2
Equipping Vehicles with Intelligent Vehicle
Table 11: World Long-term Projections for Public Vehicle Technology............................................................. III-2
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS) by Geographic ITS Integration .............................................................. III-2
Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Standardization & Privacy Issues .................................. III-2
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for
Privacy Issue.............................................................. III-3
Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) ....................................................................... II-68 ITS Application in the US ............................................. III-3
ITS’ Deployment at the Frontiers............................... III-3
Table 12: World 10-Year Perspective for Public Vehicle ITS Application in Rural Areas.................................. III-4
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS) by Geographic ITS to the Rescue of Commercial Vehicles................ III-4
Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan, Traveler Information ..................................................... III-4
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012 OnStar........................................................................ III-5
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ................................ II-69
Associations, Groups/Bodies & Acts............................. III-5
Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for ITSA – Intelligent Transportation Society of
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems by Geographic America.................................................................. III-5
Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets US - Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ... III-5
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million National Association Working Group (NAWG) ........ III-6
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act..... III-6
Graph/Chart) ....................................................................... II-70 Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Table 14: World Long-term Projections for Commercial Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) .. III-7
Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems by Geographic Region – Transportation Equity Act (TEA-21) ......................... III-7
US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Product Innovations & Introductions............................. III-8
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 Strategic Corporate Developments .............................. III-10
through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).......... II-71 Select Players .............................................................. III-20

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B. Market Analytics ............................................................III-25 Table 23: European Long-term Projections for Intelligent
Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Advanced
Table 19: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll
Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, in US$ Million for the Years 2011
and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with through 2015 (includes corresponding
Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 Graph/Chart)............................................................... III-38
through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) ...............................................................III-25 Table 24: European 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent
Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Percentage
Table 20: US Long-term Projections for Intelligent Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic
Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection
Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for
Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding
Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets Graph/Chart)............................................................... III-39
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ...............III-26
3. Japan ......................................................................... III-40
A. Market Analysis ............................................................ III-40
Table 21: US 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Japan – Third Largest Market...................................... III-40
Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Percentage Steps Towards Deployment of ITS.............................. III-40
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic Strategic Developments............................................... III-41
Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection
(ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation B. Market Analytics ........................................................... III-42
Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Table 25: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future
Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for Analysis for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management
Graph/Chart) ...............................................................III-26 Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)
Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management
2. Europe....................................................................... III-27 Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
A. Market Analysis .............................................................III-27 Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Europe & Japan in the Forefront of ITS’......................III-27 in US$ Million for the Years 2000
European ITS’ Market – The Second Largest ..............III-27 through 2010 (includes corresponding
ITS Finds Place in the EU’s €620 Million Trans- Graph/Chart)............................................................... III-42
European Infrastructure Project ................................III-27
SCOOT – A Key Traffic Management System ............III-27 Table 26: Japanese Long-term Projections for Intelligent
Market Snapshots.........................................................III-28 Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Advanced
Ertico............................................................................III-28 Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll
Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Product Introductions/Innovations ...............................III-28
Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
Strategic Corporate Developments ...............................III-31
Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Select Players ...............................................................III-34 Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
B. Market Analytics ............................................................III-37 in US$ Million for the Years 2011
through 2015 (includes corresponding
Table 22: European Recent Past, Current & Future Graph/Chart)............................................................... III-43
Analysis for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Table 27: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent
Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Percentage
Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic
Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection
Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
in US$ Million for the Years 2000 Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for
through 2010 (includes corresponding 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) ...............................................................III-37 Graph/Chart)............................................................... III-43

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4. Rest of World............................................................ III-44 B. Market Analytics ........................................................... III-53
A. Market Analysis .............................................................III-44 Table 28: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future
Select Markets: A Review............................................III-44 Analysis for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Canada......................................................................III-44 Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management
Awakening Governmental Support to ITS Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems,
Projects ..............................................................III-44 Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
Asia-Pacific ..............................................................III-44 (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems,
Australia – A Well Developed ITS and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Market ...............................................................III-44 Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 through 2010
ITS Australia......................................................III-45 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) ....................... III-53
SCATS...............................................................III-45 Table 29: Rest of World Long-term Projections for
India – A Potential Market ....................................III-45 Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product Segment –
Latin America ...........................................................III-46 Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic
Market Analysis ....................................................III-46 Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle
Brazil: Largest Transportation Network.............III-46 Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS),
Market Snapshots ...........................................III-46 Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and
Product Introduction ....................................................III-47 Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Strategic Corporate Developments ...............................III-47 Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through
Select Players ...............................................................III-50 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)............... III-54
Aecon Group Inc (Canada) .......................................III-50 Table 30: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent
Delcan Corporation (Canada) ...................................III-50 Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Percentage
Extreme CCTV Inc (Canada)....................................III-50 Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic
International Road Dynamics Inc (Canada) ..............III-51 Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection
MARK IV IVHS (Canada) .......................................III-51 (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Sirit Inc. (Canada).....................................................III-52 Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
Tacel Ltd. (Canada) ..................................................III-52 Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for 2003,
ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) ..............III-52 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) .... III-55

IV. COMPETITION

A. Primary Players ...........................................................IV-1 5. Image Sensing Systems, Inc. (USA) ................................... IV-29
1. Addco, Inc. (USA) ................................................................ IV-1 Table 37: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
2. Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (USA) ............................ IV-3 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ thousands) ............................... IV-29
Table 31: Nine Months Sales Comparison: Table 38: Annual Sales Comparison:
2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, March) 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ thousands) ............................... IV-29
(In US$ million) ............................................................. IV-4 Flow Traffic Ltd. (Hong Kong)......................................... IV-31
Table 32: Nine Months Sales Comparison by 6. INIT - Innovation In Transportation Systems AG
Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Commercial (Germany)........................................................................... IV-32
and Government (Nine Months Ended, March)
Table 39: Annual Sales Comparison:
(In US$ million) ............................................................. IV-5
2006 Vs. 2005 (In € thousands).................................... IV-32
Table 33: Annual Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million)...................................... IV-5 Table 40: Annual Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Germany,
Table 34: Annual Sales Comparison by Business North America and Rest of the World
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Commercial and (In € thousands) ........................................................... IV-32
Government (In US$ million)......................................... IV-5
INIT Innovations In Transportation, Inc. (USA)............... IV-35
Table 35: Annual Sales Comparison by 7. ItraMAS Corporation (Malaysia) ........................................ IV-36
Service (2006 Vs. 2005) - Business Process
8. Magellan Navigation, Inc. (USA) ....................................... IV-39
Outsourcing, Information Technology
Services and Systems Integration Services Magellan GPS (France)..................................................... IV-44
(In US$ million) ............................................................. IV-5 9. Mark IV Industries, Inc. (USA)........................................... IV-45
3. Arinc, Inc. (USA)................................................................ IV-14 Table 41: Percentage Breakdown of Annual
Sales (Value) by Business Segment (2007) -
Table 36: Annual Sales Comparison: Transportation Technologies, Aftermarket,
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................... IV-14 Heavy-Duty, Power Transmission, and
4. Citilog SA (France)............................................................. IV-27 Air Admission and Cooling .......................................... IV-47

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Table 42: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales 22. Advanced Communications And Information Systems
(Value) by Geographic Region (2007) – (United Kingdom)............................................................... IV-89
North America, Europe and Rest of the World............. IV-47 23. Advanced Information Technology PLC (Thailand)........... IV-90
Mark IV IVHS (Canada)................................................... IV-48 Table 56: Annual Sales Comparison:
10. NAVTEQ Corporation (USA) ............................................ IV-52 2006 Vs. 2005 (In Baht million) ................................... IV-90
Table 43: Annual Sales Comparison: 24. Aecon Group, Inc. (Canada) ............................................... IV-92
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................... IV-52 Table 57: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
Table 44: Quarterly Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In Can$ million) .................................. IV-94
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................... IV-53 Table 58: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
Table 45: Annual Sales Comparison by Quarter: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In Can$ million) ................... IV-94
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – EMEA, Table 59: Annual Sales Comparison:
Americas and Asia Pacific (In US$ million)................. IV-53 2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ million) .................................. IV-94
Traffic.Com, Inc. (USA)................................................... IV-59 Table 60: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
11. Q-Free ASA (Norway)........................................................ IV-60 2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ million) .................................. IV-95
Table 46: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: Table 61: Annual Sales Comparison by
2007 Vs. 2006 (In NOK million) .................................. IV-60 Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Canada,
Table 47: Annual Sales Comparison: United States, Ecuador, Israel, India,
2006 Vs. 2005 (In NOK million) .................................. IV-60 and others (In Can$ million) ........................................ IV-95
Table 48: Annual Sales Comparison by Table 62: Annual Sales Comparison by Segment
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Europe, (2006 Vs. 2005) – Infrastructure, Buildings,
Asia Pacific and North America (In NOK million)....... IV-61 Industrial, and Concessions (In Can$ million)............. IV-95
Table 49: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales 25. Alpine Electronics of America, Inc. (USA)......................... IV-99
(Value) by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – 26. Ariel Group (Israel)........................................................... IV-104
Europe, Asia Pacific and North America ..................... IV-61 27. Ascom Holding Limited (Switzerland) ............................. IV-106
Q-Free Ticketing AS (Norway) ........................................ IV-63 Table 63: Annual Sales Comparison:
Q-Free Tolling AS (Norway)............................................ IV-63 2006 Vs. 2005 (In CHF million)................................. IV-107
12. Siemens Transportation Systems Inc. (USA) ...................... IV-64 Table 64: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
13. Sirit, Inc. (Canada).............................................................. IV-65 (Value) by Business Segment (2006) – Wireless
Table 50: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: Solutions, Security Solutions, Special Products
2007 Vs. 2006 (In Can$ thousands) ............................. IV-66 and Corporate............................................................ IV-107
Table 51: Annual Sales Comparison: 28. AT&T, Inc. (USA) ............................................................ IV-109
2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ thousands) ............................. IV-66 Table 65: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
Table 52: Quarterly Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-110
2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ thousands) ............................. IV-66 Table 66: First Quarter Sales Comparison by
Table 53: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Wireline,
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Canada, Wireless, Advertising and Publishing, and
United States, South America, UK & Europe, Others (In US$ million).............................................. IV-110
Asia & Middle East (In Can$ thousands)..................... IV-66 Table 67: Annual Sales Comparison:
14. SpeedInfo, Inc. (USA) ........................................................ IV-72 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-110
15. Tacel Ltd. (Canada) ............................................................ IV-74 Table 68: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
16. Traficon NV (Belgium)....................................................... IV-75 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-110
17. TransCore, Inc. (USA)........................................................ IV-77 Table 69: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
18. Transdyn Controls, Inc. (USA) ........................................... IV-81 Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Wireline, Wireless,
19. XATA Corporation (USA).................................................. IV-84 Directory, and Others (In US$ million)...................... IV-111
Table 54: Nine Months Sales Comparison: Table 70: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, June) (Value) by Customers (2006) – Wireline, Business,
(In US$ million) ........................................................... IV-85 Wholesale, Consumer, Directory/Other ..................... IV-111
Table 55: Annual Sales Comparison: 29. Atlantia SpA (Italy)........................................................... IV-126
2004-2006 (In US$ million) ......................................... IV-85 Table 71: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million)....................................... IV-126
B. Niche & Other Players ..............................................IV-87 Table 72: Annual Sales Comparison:
20. 3M Traffic Safety Systems (USA) ...................................... IV-87 2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million)....................................... IV-127
21. ACS Solutions Schweiz AG (Switzerland) ......................... IV-88 Autostrade Per L'italia Società Per Azioni (Italy) ........... IV-128

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30. Cambridge Systematics, Inc. (USA) ................................. IV-129 Table 86: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
31. Canadian Highways International Corporation (Value) by Product (2006 Vs. 2005) – Routers,
(Canada) ........................................................................... IV-131 Switches, Advanced Technologies and Others............ IV-147
32. Charys Holding Company, Inc. (USA) ............................. IV-132 34. Clever Devices Ltd. (USA) ............................................... IV-174
Table 73: Nine Months Sales Comparison: 35. Cornet Technology, Inc. (USA) ........................................ IV-175
2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, January) 36. Dambach-Werke GmbH (Germany) ................................. IV-181
(In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-134 37. Delcan (Canada)................................................................ IV-182
Table 74: Nine Months Sales Comparison by 38. Delphi Corporation (USA) ................................................ IV-185
Quarter: 2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, Table 87: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
January) (In US$ million) .......................................... IV-134 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-188
Table 75: Nine Months Sales Comparison by Business Table 88: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Disaster Restoration and Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Electronics
Remediation Services, Technology Implementation and Safety, Thermal Systems, Powertrain Systems,
and Integration Services, Data & Communication Electrical/ Electronic Architecture, Steering,
Services, Tower and Infrastructure Services and Automotive Holdings Group, Corporate
Professional Administrative Services and Other (In US$ million) ........................................ IV-188
(In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-134 Table 89: Annual Sales Comparison:
Table 76: Percentage Breakdown of Nine Months 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-188
Ended Sales (Value) by Business Segment Table 90: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
(2007 Vs. 2006) Disaster Restoration and 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-188
Remediation Services, Technology Implementation Table 91: Annual Sales Comparison by
and Integration Services, Data & Communication
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – North America,
Services, Tower and Infrastructure Services, and Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific,
Professional Administrative Services......................... IV-134 and South America (In US$ million) .......................... IV-189
Table 77: Annual Sales Comparison: Table 92: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-135 Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Electronics and Safety,
33. Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA) ............................................... IV-144 hermal Systems, Powertrain Systems,
Electrical/Electronic Architecture, Steering,
Table 78: Nine Months Sales Comparison:
Automotive Holdings Group, Corporate and
2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, April)
Other (In US$ million) ............................................... IV-189
(In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-145
39. Denso Corporation (Japan)................................................ IV-202
Table 79: Nine Months Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – USA Table 93: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
and Canada, European Markets, Emerging Markets, 2007 Vs. 2006 (In ¥ billion) ....................................... IV-203
Asia Pacific, and Japan (Nine Months Ended, Table 94: Annual Sales Comparison:
April) (In US$ million)............................................... IV-145 2004-2006 (In ¥ billion) ............................................. IV-204
Table 80: Nine Months Sales Comparison by 40. Deutsche Telekom (Germany) .......................................... IV-208
Product (2007 Vs. 2006) – Routers, Switches,
Table 95: Annual Sales Comparison:
Advanced Technologies, Service and Others
2004-2006 (In € billion) ............................................. IV-209
(Nine Months Ended, April) (In US$ million) ............ IV-145
Table 96: Annual Sales Comparison by
Table 81: Annual Sales Comparison:
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Domestic
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-146
and International (In € billion) .................................. IV-209
Table 82: Quarterly Sales Comparison: Table 97: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-146 Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Mobile Communications,
Table 83: Annual Sales Comparison by Broadband/ Fixed Network, Business Customers,
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) - USA and Group Headquarters and Shared Services
Canada, European Markets, Emerging Markets, (In € billion)............................................................... IV-210
Asia Pacific, and Japan (In US$ million)................... IV-146 Table 98: Annual Sales Comparison by
Table 84: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales Geographic Region (2005 Vs. 2004) – Domestic
(Value) by (2006 Vs. 2005) - USA and Canada, and International (In € billion) .................................. IV-210
European Markets, Emerging Markets, Table 99: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Asia Pacific, and Japan ............................................. IV-146 Segment (2005 Vs. 2004) - Mobile Communications,
Table 85: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Broadband/Fixed Network, Business Customers,
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Product and Service Group Headquarters and Shared Services
(In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-147 (In € billion)............................................................... IV-210

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41. Diamond Traffic Products (USA) ..................................... IV-215 Table 113: Half-Yearly Sales Comparison by
42. Digital Traffic Systems, Inc. (USA).................................. IV-217 Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) –Safety
43. DMJM Harris – Aecom (USA) ......................................... IV-218 and Security Systems, Fire Rescue, Environmental
44. DRI Corporation (USA).................................................... IV-221 Solutions, and Tool (In US$ million)............................. IV-246
Table 100: First Quarter Sales Comparison: Table 114: Annual Sales Comparison:
2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-222 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-246
Table 115: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
Table 101: First Quarter Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-247
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Table 116: Annual Sales Comparison by
and South America (In US$ million) .......................... IV-222 Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – US,
Europe, and Canada (In US$ million)........................ IV-247
Table 102: First Quarter Sales Comparison by
Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Transportation Table 117: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Communications, Law Enforcement and Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) –Safety and Security
Surveillance (In US$ million)..................................... IV-222 Systems, Fire Rescue, Environmental Solutions,
and Tool (In US$ million) .......................................... IV-247
Table 103: Annual Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-223 54. Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (USA) ................................ IV-251
55. Fortran Traffic Systems Limited (Canada)........................ IV-252
Table 104: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-223 56. France Telecom SA (France) ............................................ IV-254
Table 105: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Table 118: Annual Sales Comparison:
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Transportation 2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million)....................................... IV-254
Communications, Law Enforcement and Table 119: Annual Sales Comparison by
Surveillance (In US$ million)..................................... IV-223 Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – France,
UK, Poland, Spain, Rest of Europe, and
Table 106: Annual Sales Comparison by
Rest of the World (In € million).................................. IV-255
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – North America,
Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and 57. Golden River Traffic Ltd. (UK) ........................................ IV-259
South America (In US$ million) ................................. IV-223 58. Groupe Steria SCA (France) ............................................. IV-260
45. Dyna Group SA (Argentina) ............................................. IV-227 Table 120: Annual Sales Comparison:
46. Econolite Control Products, Inc. (USA)............................ IV-228 2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million)....................................... IV-262
47. Efkon AG (Austria) .......................................................... IV-231 Table 121: Annual Sales Comparison by Segment
Efkon USA (USA).......................................................... IV-233 (2006 Vs. 2005) – Consulting and Systems
48. Electronic Transactions Consultants Corporation (USA) ....... IV-235 Integration and Outsourcing (In € million) ................ IV-262
49. ERG Group (Australia)..................................................... IV-236 Table 122: Annual Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) - France,
Table 107: Annual Sales Comparison:
UK, Germany, and Other Europe (In € million)......... IV-262
2006 Vs. 2005 (In A$ million) .................................... IV-237
59. Grupo Algar (Brazil)......................................................... IV-265
50. ETL Électronics Ltée (Canada)......................................... IV-240
60. Hertz Corporation, The (USA).......................................... IV-266
51. Extreme CCTV, Inc. (Canada).......................................... IV-241
Table 123: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
Table 108: Nine Months Sales Comparison by 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-268
Quarter: 2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended,
June) (In Can$ million).............................................. IV-241 Table 124: First Quarter Sales Comparison by
Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Car Rental
Table 109: Nine Months Sales Comparison by and Equipment Rental (In US$ million) ..................... IV-268
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – United States,
Table 125: Annual Sales Comparison:
Canada and Europe (In Can$ million)....................... IV-241
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-268
Table 110: Annual Sales Comparison:
Table 126: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ million)................................ IV-242
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-268
Table 111: Annual Sales Comparison by
Table 127: Annual Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) –
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) –
United States, Canada and Europe
United States and Foreign (In US$ million)............... IV-269
(In Can$ million) ....................................................... IV-242
Table 128: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Forward Vision CCTV Ltd. (UK)................................... IV-243 (Value) by Geographic Region (2006) –
52. Federal Highway Administration (USA)........................... IV-244 United States and International ................................. IV-269
53. Federal Signal Corporation (USA).................................... IV-245
Table 129: Annual Sales Comparison by
Table 112: Half-Yearly Sales Comparison: Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Car Rental
2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-246 and Equipment (In US$ million)................................. IV-269

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Table 130: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales Table 143: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
(Value) by Business Segment (2006) – Quarter: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In Can$ million) ................. IV-307
Car Rental and Equipment......................................... IV-269 Table 144: Annual Sales Comparison:
61. Highway Toll Administration LLC (USA) ....................... IV-273 2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ million) ................................ IV-307
62. Hitachi Ltd. (Japan) .......................................................... IV-274 Table 145: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
Table 131: Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In Can$ million) ................................ IV-307
2005-2007 (In ¥ billion)............................................. IV-275 Table 146: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic
Table 132: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Region (2006 Vs. 2005)-Canada, United States and
Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Information and Offshore (In Can$ million)......................................... IV-307
Telecommunication Systems, Electronic Devices, Table 147: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Power and Industrial Systems, Digital Media (Value) by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005)-
and Consumer Products, High Functional Materials Canada, United States and Offshore .......................... IV-307
and Components, Logistics, Services and
Table 148: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Others, Financial Services (In ¥ billion).................... IV-276
(Value) by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) –
Table 133: Annual Sales Comparison by Projects, Products, Service & Maintenance............... IV-308
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – Japan,
68. IPICO (Canada) ................................................................ IV-313
Asia, North America, Europe and Other
Areas (In ¥ billion)..................................................... IV-276 69. Iteris, Inc. (USA)............................................................... IV-314
Table 134: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic Table 149: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
Region (2006 Vs. 2005) - Japan, Asia, North America, 2008 Vs. 2007 (In US$ million).................................. IV-315
Europe and Other Areas (In ¥ billion) ....................... IV-276 Table 150: Annual Sales Comparison:
Table 135: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales 2005-2007 (In US$ million) ....................................... IV-315
(Value) by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) - Table 151: Quarter Sales Comparison:
Japan, Asia, North America, Europe 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-316
and Other Areas......................................................... IV-277 70. ITS Australia (Australia)................................................... IV-319
Table 136: Annual Sales Comparison by Segment 71. Kyocera Wireless Corporation (USA)............................... IV-320
(2006 Vs. 2005) - Information and Telecommunication 72. LandSonar, Inc. (USA) ..................................................... IV-327
Systems, Electronic Devices, Power and Industrial 73. Masternaut (UK) Ltd. (UK) .............................................. IV-328
Systems, Digital Media and Consumer Products, 74. MCH GeoPoints (USA) .................................................... IV-329
High Functional Materials and Components,
75. Mediamobile (France)....................................................... IV-330
Logistics, Services and Others, Financial Services
(In ¥ billion)............................................................... IV-277 76. Metodo Telecomunicacoes (Brazil) .................................. IV-330
77. Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York
Table 137: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales (USA)................................................................................ IV-331
(Value) by Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Information
and Telecommunication Systems, Electronic Devices, Table 152: Annual Sales Comparison:
Power and Industrial Systems, Digital Media and 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-332
Consumer Products, High Functional Materials 78. Mitsubishi Electric Intelligent Transportation Systems
and Components, Logistics, Services and Others, (Japan) .............................................................................. IV-333
Financial Services...................................................... IV-277 79. Motorola, Inc. (USA) ........................................................ IV-334
63. HTS Group Ltd. (New Zealand) ....................................... IV-285 Table 153: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
64. Imtech NV (The Netherlands)........................................... IV-286 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-336
Table 138: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: Table 154: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by Business
2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million) ...................................... IV-286 Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Mobile Devices, Home and
Table 139: Annual Sales Comparison: Networks Mobility, and Enterprise Mobility Solutions
2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million) ...................................... IV-286 (In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-336
65. Inrix, Inc. (USA)............................................................... IV-292 Table 155: Annual Sales Comparison:
66. Intermap Technologies Corporation (USA) ...................... IV-296 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-336
Table 140: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: Table 156: Annual Sales Comparison by
2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-296 Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – USA,
China, UK, Germany, Israel, Singapore and
Table 141: Annual Sales Comparison: Other Nations (In US$ million) .................................. IV-336
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-297
Table 157: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
67. International Road Dynamics, Inc. (Canada) .................... IV-306 (Value) by Geographic Region (2004-2006) –
Table 142: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: USA, Europe, Asia Excluding China, China,
2007 Vs. 2006 (In Can$ million)................................ IV-306 Latin Amercia, and Others.............................................. IV-337

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Table 158: Annual Sales Comaprison by Table 172: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Mobile Devices, 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-405
Networks and Enterprise, and Connected Table 173: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Home Solutions (In US$ million) ............................... IV-337 Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Security Group,
Table 159: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales Healthcare Group, Optoelectronics and
(Value) by Business Segment (2005) – Mobile Devices, Manufacturing Group (In US$ million)...................... IV-406
Networks, Connected Hone Solutions ........................ IV-337 Table 174: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
80. Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc. (USA) .................................. IV-349 Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Security Group,
81. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan)......................................... IV-352 Healthcare Group, Optoelectronics and
Manufacturing Group (In US$ million)...................... IV-406
Table 160: Annual Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In ¥ billion) ....................................... IV-352 Table 175: Annual Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) –
Table 161: Annual Sales Comparison by
North America, Europe, And Asia (In US$ million) .......... IV-406
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Japan,
North America, Europe, and Other Rapiscan Systems (USA) ................................................ IV-411
Foreign Countries (In ¥ billion)................................. IV-353 89. Peek Traffic BV (The Netherlands) .................................. IV-413
Table 162: Annual Sales Comparison by Business 90. Preco Electronics, Inc. (USA) ........................................... IV-415
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Automobile, 91. Promon SA (Brazil) .......................................................... IV-417
and Sales Financing (In ¥ billion).............................. IV-353 Table 176: Annual Sales Comparison:
82. Nokia Corporation (Finland)............................................. IV-362 2006 Vs. 2005 (In R$ thousands) ............................... IV-418
Table 163: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: 92. PT Navindo Geosat (Indonesia) ........................................ IV-419
2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million) ...................................... IV-365 93. QinetiQ Group PLC (UK) ................................................. IV-420
Table 164: Annual Sales Comparison: Table 177: Annual Sales Comparison:
2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million) ...................................... IV-365 2005-2007 (In £ million) ............................................ IV-421
Table 165: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic Table 178: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Finland, China, Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Defense and technology,
USA, Great Britain, India, Germany, and Security and Dual use, North America and
Others (In € million) .................................................. IV-365 Ventures (In £ million) ............................................... IV-422

Table 166: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales by Table 179: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic
Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – UK, North America,and
Geographic Region: (2006 Vs. 2005) – Europe,
Asia- Pacific, China, North America, Continental Europe (In £ million) .............................. IV-422
Latin America, Middle East and Africa...................... IV-365 Table 180: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Defense and technology,
Table 167: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Security and Dual use, North America,
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Mobile Phones,
and Ventures (In £ million) ........................................ IV-422
Multimedia, Enterprise Solutions, Networks
and Others (In € million) ........................................... IV-366 Table 181: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic
Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – UK, North America,
83. Northrop Grumman Information Technology (IT)
and Continental Europe (In £ million) ....................... IV-422
(USA) ............................................................................... IV-382
84. ObjectVideo, Inc. (USA) .................................................. IV-383 94. Quixote Traffic Corporation (USA) .................................. IV-427
85. OKI Electric Industry Co., Ltd. (Japan) ............................ IV-386 95. Raymar Information Technology, Inc. (USA)................... IV-431
96. Raytheon Company (USA) ............................................... IV-432
Table 168: Annual Sales Comparison:
2005-2007 (In ¥ billion)............................................. IV-386 Table 182: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ million).................................. IV-435
Table 169: Annual Sales Comparison by
Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Info-Telecom Table 183: Half Yearly Sales Comaprison by Business
Systems, Semiconductors, Printers Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) - Integrated Defense Systems,
and Others (In ¥ billion) ............................................ IV-387 Intelligence and Information Systems, Missile Systems,
Network Centric Systems, Space and Airborne Systems,
Table 170: Annual Sales Comparison by Technical Services and Others (In US$ million) ........ IV-435
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – Japan,
North America, Europe, Asia (In ¥ billion) ................ IV-387 Table 184: Annual Sales Comparison:
2004-2006 (In US$ million) ....................................... IV-436
86. OnStar (USA) ................................................................... IV-398
Table 185: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
87. Orbital - Transportation Management Systems (USA) ..... IV-401
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Integrated Defense Systems,
88. OSI Systems, Inc. (USA) .................................................. IV-404 Intelligence and Information Systems, Missile Systems,
Table 171: Annual Sales Comparison: Network Centric Systems, Space and Airborne Systems,
2005-2007 (In US$ million) ....................................... IV-405 Technical Services and Others (In US$ million) ........ IV-436

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Table 186: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Table 196: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Segment (2005 Vs. 2004) - Integrated Defense Systems, (Value) by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) –
Intelligence and Information Systems, Missile Systems, Automotive, Information and communications,
Network Centric Systems, Space and Airborne Systems, Electronics, Engineering, Industrial materials
Technical Services and Others (In US$ million) ........ IV-436 and others .................................................................. IV-510
97. Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc. (USA) ................................ IV-452 107. Swarco Holding AG (Austria)........................................... IV-517
98. Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany)....................................... IV-453 108. TaxiTronic, Inc. (USA) ..................................................... IV-518
99. Routematch Software, Inc. (USA) .................................... IV-465 109. TC IP Ltd. – Transcore (USA) .......................................... IV-519
100. Saab Systems (Australia) .................................................. IV-467 110. TEC Traffic Systems (The Netherlands) ........................... IV-521
101. Schaim Cury (Brazil) ........................................................ IV-468 111. TeleAtlas NV (The Netherlands) ...................................... IV-522
102. Siemens AG (Germany).................................................... IV-469 Table 197: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
Table 187: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million)....................................... IV-522
2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million) ...................................... IV-471
Table 198: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
Table 188: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by Business Product Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Automotive
Segment (2007 Vs. 2006)- Siemens Business Services navigation, Data products navigation, Personal
(SBS), Automation and Drives (A&D), Industrial navigation, Enterprise and government,
Solutions and Services (I&S), Siemens Building and Other Segments (In € million) ............................. IV-523
Technologies (SBT), Power Generation (PG),cn
Table 199: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
(PTD), Transportation Systems (TS), Siemens VDO
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – EMEA,
Automotive (SV), Medical Solutions (Med), Osram,
Americas and APAC (In € million)............................. IV-523
Financing and Real Estate, and Other
Operation (In € million)............................................. IV-471 Table 200: Annual Sales Comparison:
Table 189: Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million)....................................... IV-523
2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million) ...................................... IV-471 TeleAtlas North America, Inc. (USA)............................. IV-525
Table 190: Annual Sales Comparison by 112. TeleNav, Inc. (USA) ......................................................... IV-526
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Germany, 113. Telvent GIT SA (Spain).................................................... IV-528
Europe (Except Germany), US, Americas Table 201: Half Yearly Sales Comparison:
(Except US), Asia- Pacific, Africa, Middle East, 2007 Vs. 2006 (In € million)....................................... IV-529
C.I.S (In € million) ..................................................... IV-472
Table 202: Half Yearly Sales Comparison by
Table 191: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Energy,
(Value) by Geographic Region (2005) – Germany, Transportation, Environment, Public
Europe (Except Germany), The Americas, Administration, Global Services (In € million).......... IV-529
Asia- Pacific, Africa, Middle East and C.I.S .............. IV-472
Table 203: Annual Sales Comparison:
Table 192: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
2006 Vs. 2005 (In € million)....................................... IV-530
(Value) By Business Segments (2005) – Automation
and Control, Information and Communications, Table 204: Annual Sales Comparison by
Transportation, Power, Medical and Lighting ........... IV-472 Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Euorpe,
Latin America, North America, Asia-Pacific
Siemens VDO Automotive AG (Germany) .................... IV-499
(In € million) .............................................................. IV-530
Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems (Germany) ............. IV-503
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) Table 205: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
(Bulgaria).................................................................... IV-503 Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Energy, Traffic,
103. Siemens International Trading Co., Ltd. (SITL) (China)........ IV-504 Transport and Environment (In € million) ................. IV-530
104. Sigtec Pty., Ltd. (Australia) .............................................. IV-505 Table 206: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
105. Stratech Systems Limited (Singapore) .............................. IV-506 (Value) by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) –
106. Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. (Japan)........................ IV-508 Energy, Traffic, Transport and Environment ............. IV-530
Table 193: Annual Sales Comparison: Telvent Farradyne, Inc. (USA)........................................ IV-538
2005-2007 (In ¥ billion)............................................. IV-509 Telvent Traffic North America, Inc. (USA) .................... IV-539
Table 194: Annual Sales Comparison by 114. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (USA)...... IV-540
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Japan, 115. Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan).................................... IV-542
Americas, Asia and Others (In ¥ billion).................... IV-509 Table 207: First Quarter Sales Comparison:
Table 195: Annual Sales Comparison by 2008 Vs. 2007 (In ¥ billion) ....................................... IV-544
Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Automotive, Table 208: First Quarter Sales Comparison by
Information and communications, Electronics, Geographic Region (2008 Vs. 2007) –
Engineering, Industrial materials and others Japan, North Amercia, Europe and Asia
(In ¥ billion)............................................................... IV-510 (In ¥ billion)............................................................... IV-544

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Table 209: First Quarter Sales Comparison by Table 221: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
Business Segments (2008 Vs. 2007) – Automotive 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ billion)................................... IV-579
and Financial Services (In ¥ billion).......................... IV-544 Table 222: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic
Table 210: Annual Sales Comparison: Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – North America, Europe,
2005 – 2007 (In ¥ billion) .......................................... IV-544 Asia and South America (In US$ billion) ................... IV-579
Table 211: Annual Sales Comparison by Table 223: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – (Vlaue) by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) –
Japan, North America, Europe, Asia, and North America, Europe, Asia and South America ...... IV-580
Other Regions (In ¥ billion) ....................................... IV-545 Table 224: Annual Sales Comparison by Business
Table 212: Annual Sales Comparison by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Climate, Electronics,
Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Automotive and Interiors, Other Products, Services and ACH
Financial Services (In ¥ billion)................................. IV-545 (In US$ billion) .......................................................... IV-580

Table 213: Annual Sales Comparison by Table 225: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Japan, (Value) by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) –
North America, Europe, Asia, and Climate, Electronics, Interiors and Services .............. IV-580
Other Regions (In ¥ billion) ....................................... IV-545 Table 226: Annual Sales Comparison by Product
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) - Chassis Products and
Table 214: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
Systems, Interior Products and Systems, Climate
(Volume) by Geographic Region (2006) – Japan,
Control Products and Systems, Powertrain Products
North America, Europe and Asia ............................... IV-546
and Systems, Electronic Products and Systems,
Table 215: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales Exterior Products and Systems, Glass Products,
(Value) by Geographic Region (2006) – Japan, and Service Operations (In US$ billion) .................... IV-581
North America, Europe and Asia ............................... IV-546 128. V-Traffic (France)............................................................. IV-588
Table 216: Annual Sales Comparison by B0usiness 129. Wavetronix LLC (USA).................................................... IV-589
Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Automotive and 130. Webtech Wireless, Inc. (Canada) ...................................... IV-593
Financial Services (In ¥ billion)................................. IV-546
Table 227: Nine Months Sales Comparison:
116. Trafficmaster PLC (UK) ................................................... IV-552 2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, April)
Table 217: Annual Sales Comparison: (In US$ million) ......................................................... IV-593
2006 Vs. 2005 (In £ million) ...................................... IV-552 Table 228: Nine Months Sales Comparison by
Geographic Region (2007 Vs. 2006) – Canada,
117. TransLink (Canada) .......................................................... IV-555
USA, Europe and South America (Nine Months
Table 218: Annual Sales Comparison: Ended, April) (In US$ million) ................................... IV-594
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-555 Table 229: Annual Sales Comparison:
118. Transmart Technologies, Inc. (USA) ................................ IV-558 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-594
119. Transport Security Systems (The Netherlands)................. IV-561 Table 230: Quarterly Sales Comparison:
120. T-Systems Enterprise Service GmbH (Germany) ............. IV-563 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million).................................. IV-594
121. Uniden America Corporation (USA) ................................ IV-564 Table 231: Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic
122. VeriFone Transportation Systems, Inc. (USA).................. IV-566 Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Canada, US, Europe
123. Viasys Corporation (USA)................................................ IV-568 and South America (In US$ million) .......................... IV-594
124. Video Convergence (USA) ............................................... IV-570 Table 232: Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales
125. VidSys, Inc. (USA)........................................................... IV-572 (Value) by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) –
126. Virginia Department Of Transportation (USA)................. IV-576 Canada, US, Europe and South America ................... IV-595
127. Visteon Corporation (USA) .............................................. IV-577 131. WindSpring, Inc. (USA) ................................................... IV-599
Table 219: Half Yearly Sales Comparison: 132. World Wide Technology Inc. (USA) ................................ IV-601
2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ billion)................................... IV-579 133. Wuhan E-Fly Technology Co., Ltd. (China) ..................... IV-604
Table 220: Annual Sales Comparison: 134. Xuzhou PAT Control Technology Co., Ltd. (China)......... IV-605
2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ billion)................................... IV-579 135. Zeus Technology Limited (UK) ........................................ IV-606

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PRODUCT DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE OF STUDY


Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are integrated networks of communication technologies,
independent modules of sophisticated pc/satellite-based navigation systems, and other electronic
data sensing, collection and transmission systems that collectively enhance transportation
experience in terms of highly regulated and congestion-free traffic flow, guided, hassle-free, safer
and collision-free on-road travel, faster emergency response times, automated & unobtrusive
vehicle recognition & tracking, toll collection and fleet management. With the help of advanced
traffic monitoring systems, data is transmitted to the appropriate authorities for readying rescue
teams on time, and the motoring public to keep track of possible delays or dangers on the road
via VMS (variable message signs), HAR (highway advisory radio), or broadcast radio traffic
reports.

The report analyzes the market for Intelligent Transportation Systems by the following product
segments:
1. Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)
2. Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems
3. Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS)
4. Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems
5. Others (Include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others)
(Note: Due to ambiguity in definitions of the ITS’ segments in different geographic regions, scope of the study has
been limited to the above mentioned product segments. The study excludes services pertaining to the ITS
industry and ‘In-Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems’, which generally form a part of the consumer
segment of ITS.)

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Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)
ATMS make use of cameras, detectors, and communication systems for monitoring traffic,
optimizing signal timings, and for regulating the flow of traffic. ATMS’ facilitate the integration of
freeway and surface arterial operations for effective management of travel routes; also improve
communication for emergency vehicle operations. The components that make up advanced traffic
management systems include hardware and software for controlling, monitoring, and managing
road traffic, such as electronic signs, signals, and their controllers; commercial vehicle credentials
readers; surveillance and monitoring equipment; and support equipment/road side infrastructure.
Electronic Toll Collection Systems
Electronic toll collection systems encompass technologies that enable drivers to pay toll fee without
stopping at the tollgate. Since toll collection is accomplished through wireless communication,
drivers need not halt at tollgates. Carrier/transponder enabled electronic purse-based toll collection
system aids in efficient traffic flow at tollgates, offers well located toll collection with no cash
handling, and saves management expenditure. ETC system uses vehicle-to-roadside communication
technology such as Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), Automatic Vehicle Classification
(AVC), and Violation Enforcement Systems for electronic financial transaction between a vehicle
and a toll station. Deployment of ETC systems enables the reduction of traffic congestion, queues
at toll stations, fuel consumption, waiting times, and number of stops on the road.
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS)
Public transportation services enable streamlining of transit, allow transit companies in locating
vehicles, and provide safety to commuters. The public transportation management systems offer
automatic analysis of real-time vehicle and facility status for enhancing transit operations and
maintenance. The analysis identifies deviations and offers solutions to drivers and dispatchers. The
integration of this feature with traffic control services enables scheduling of transportation
operations and ensures transfer connections in inter-modal transportation. Information relating to bus
running times, passenger loading, and mileage accumulated improve service and administrative
reporting. They also comprise dedicated user information systems, onboard databus, fare collection
system elements and passenger & driver safety, surveillance and alarm systems. In addition, automatic
recording and verifying tasks executed by transit workers also improves transit personnel management.
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems
CVOs are ITS technologies applied to enhance motor carrier productivity and safety while
journeying the interstate frontiers. CVO systems ease the interstate movement of commercial
vehicles by removing the need for manual paperwork through electronic paperwork. They also
facilitate weighing the trucks-on-the-move, thus, eliminating the need for vehicles to stop at weigh
stations. Besides, the systems examine operations for providing safety and enhancing efficiency
and offering instantaneous alerts to authorities in the event of tragedies.

Advanced Vehicle Information Systems


Advanced Vehicle Information Systems (AVIS) include a host of applications that enable commuters
to have a safe journey. These systems include collision-avoidance systems (CAS), and telematics
solutions such as radio data system - traffic message channel (RDS-TMC) and traffic master systems.

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(Note: Due to ambiguity in definitions of the ITS segments in different geographic regions, scope of the study has
been limited to Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems,
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO)
Systems, and Other Intelligent Transportation Systems. The study excludes services pertaining to the ITS
industry and ‘In-Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems’, which generally form a part of the consumer
segment of ITS.)

A DISPARATE INDUSTRY

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is a disparate industry, where teamwork of various


module makers is what counts more than individual performances of system integrators. Intelligent
Transportation Systems refer to the collection of various modules of sophisticated parallel
communication/sensing/control platforms and/or information technologies that together constitute
an integrated futuristic transportation system that flaunts performances such as a highly controlled
traffic flow and enhanced travel experience, while minimizing traffic incidents, congestions &
emergency response times and improving vehicle tracking & transit scheduling. Unlike any other
manufacturing industry that has witnessed phenomenal value migration from manufacturing to the
systems integrators, the ITS industry is still fragmented, and each module maker plays a key role in
the market. Technology enablers and system integrators equally share the responsibility for
advancing the industry’s future and are hence, accorded equal importance. Apparently, in the ITS
industry, strategies when combined across board, comprise the industry size!

Partners in Success - Key Enablers of Intelligent Transportation Systems

Modular Technologies Manufacturer/Solutions Developer


Alpine, Bosch, Denso, Pioneer, VDO, Mitsubishi, Motorola, Panasonic,
Automotive Electronics
Mannesmann, Siemens, Magneti-Marelli, Delphi, Sumitomo and Visteon
Digital Map Databases TeleAtlas/Etak and NAVTEQ
ITS-Related Technologies &
Mark IV, Sirit, TransCore, Q-Free, International Road Dynamics and Siemens
Devices
GM OnStar, Mediamobile, Mannesmann Passo, Tegaron, VW Gedas,
ITS Services
Toyota/Monet, and Ford Wingcast
Telecommunications and
Deutsche Telecom, Vodaphone, France Telecom, and AT&T
Wireless Carriers
Traffic Signals & Controls Siemens, Automatic/Eagle Signal, Image Sensing
Wireless Solutions Motorola, Ericsson, Mannesmann, Siemens, Nokia

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MARKET SNAPSHOTS

• World market for intelligent transportation systems is estimated at US$9.8 billion for 2008, as
compared to US$8.7 billion in 2007. The market is projected to reach US$12.45 billion by 2010,
registering a CAGR of 11.6% over the period 2000-2010.
• The US represents the largest market for intelligent transportation systems, accounting for
40.1% share of the total world intelligent transportation systems market, estimated for 2008.
• Japanese market is projected to record a CAGR of 12.6% over the period 2000-2010, to reach
US$2.1 billion by 2010.
• Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), the leading category of Intelligent
Transportation Systems, is estimated to clock sales of US$3.9 billion for 2008, as against
US$3.6 billion posted in 2007.
• Electronic Toll Collection systems, the fastest growing product segment, surging ahead at a
robust CAGR of 17.1% through the years 2000-2010, are expected to perk up the market value
to US$3.0 billion in the year 2010.
• TransCore Inc. of the United States is one of the global leaders in Intelligent Transportation
Systems (ITS) market. Other leading players in various segments of ITS market include:
• XATA - A worldwide leader in providing fleet management solutions
• Mark IV - A developer of dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) equipment that
finds application in ITS areas such as electronic toll collection and commercial vehicle
operations (e.g. automated weigh station bypass).
• Siemens Transportation - A global leader in transportation systems, and traffic signals
• Magellan - A premier manufacturer and provider of global satellite positioning, navigation,
and guidance equipment.
• Rising impetus for enhancing road safety and escalating socio-environmental and economic
implications of traffic congestions worldwide are the key rationale for investments in Intelligent
Transportation Systems. Banking on the ever-growing fundamental vitality of the said implications,
these are likely to remain strong growth propellants for the sector in the forthcoming years.
• With a broad market vertical encompassing numerous technology and application developing
companies innovating a diverse range of complementary products and integration platforms, the
industry is likely to witness a wealth of strategic technological and product development alliances
attempting to buck up the mushrooming popularity of intelligent transportation worldwide.
• Given the overwhelmingly shrunk development cycles, enormous costs of research and design,
and evolving multiplicity of complementary technologies, alliances are emerging as the only
way to cash in on the fast rising opportunity, without entailing big-ticket investments, both in
terms of time and money.

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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Traffic Congestion – Overriding Concern of Many a Nation


The exacting demands on the road network due to rising vehicular population is straining the
road infrastructure. The number of vehicles exceeds the design limit of highways and roadways.
Slow movement of traffic, deterioration in air quality, frequent accidents, fuel wastage, and other
factors can all be attributed not only to rising traffic but also to the road network becoming
inadequate. Constrained capital and physical resources further aggravate the problem of
infrastructure inadequacy, leaving no cue for the governments to overcome the ‘necessary evil’. Of
late, advancement of sensor technologies, cross deployment of engineering ideas, and enhanced
reliability of networking systems, the most prominent aspects of the IT era, are emerging as the key
enablers of traffic management solutions, together dubbed as Intelligent Transportation Systems.

Intelligent Transportation Systems – Solution for Today’s Traffic Congestion


Through the use of computer and communications technologies, Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS) address road transportation problems such as congestion, safety and security. The
composition of ITS include information processing, communications, and electronics. Integration
of these technologies with the transportation system is expected to save lives, time and money. In
comparison to other technologies that have made life easier and productive, the same cannot be
said of the present transportation system, wherein, the technology is still the four-way traffic
signal. In other words, the technology, since its invention, has not evolved much. Dependence on
the conventional system is resulting in poor productivity, fuel wastage, and is grossly ineffective in
limiting the number and incidences of vehicular accidents.
Ensuring minimal traffic congestion and enhanced road safety entails more than overcoming the
infrastructural problem; it is about cultivating an efficient and speedier transportation system; fruits
of which are unrealizable unless governments across the world adopt a strategic vision to actively
promote & integrate evolving technologies with conventionally proven systems. ITS Installation is
expected to solve these very problems and facilitate in transporting goods and people safely and
economically by way of a sophisticated inter-modal transportation system. Nowadays, cars and
trucks are equipped with computer systems for processing data from sensors and subsystems. The
objective of ITS, apart from improving safety, is to improve productivity, efficiency, driving
experience, mobility, and to reduce pollution by the application of computer and telecom expertise.

Efforts Towards Reducing Injuries & Easing Traffic Congestion


ITS installation improves transportation network by improving its efficiency and providing safety
to commuters. Authorities concerned such as policymakers, lawmakers, and others are intensifying
efforts to bring down casualties and to ease traffic congestion by exploiting the ITS technology.
Efforts are also being directed towards interlinking compatible technologies into a unified system
for setting up an efficient transportation network.

Rationale Behind Installation of ITS


The objective of intelligent transportation system is not only to enhance the on-road safety and
efficiency, but also to increase traveling comfort by improving the functionality of cars and road

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networks through the deployment of information technology. Moreover, deployment of ITS
results in improved air quality through reduction of recurrent traffic jams entailing massive
emissions of noxious gases. The following sum up the key rationale behind deployment of
ITS:
• To gather and disseminate the data on traffic conditions and transportation schedules for
commuters. Cautioned against dangers and delays, commuters can alter their plans in advance
and thereby, not only get rid of botheration, but also reduce the strain on the road network.
• To bring down the number of traffic clogs, for freeing the traffic as rapidly as possible, for
providing alternative route for traffic flow, and for collecting toll fee.
• To facilitate drivers in reaching right destinations with the assistance of navigation systems
equipped with path finding or route guidance.
• To improve the productivity of heavy vehicles by employing automated systems such as
tracking, dispatching, and weigh-in-motion systems, that enhance the speed of the vehicles.
• To aid the public agencies in realizing cost savings and rendering efficient services.
• ITS help in improving commuters’ driving experience on road, enhances safety, and saves
resources such as time and money for commuters and transportation organizations.
Despite the already wide use of ITS, the segment unfurls bountiful prospects, yet to be harnessed,
especially in the remotely connected rural areas and mid sized cities. Apart from saving time,
reduction in operating costs, prevention of accidents, reduction in emissions, and improvement in
fuel efficiency, other dimensions of ITS deployment that have a multiplier effect include:
• Increased global competitiveness, for instance, through reduced transportation costs
• Optimum infrastructure utilization
• Improvement in private sector productivity (e.g., just-in-time, access to labor markets)
• Boosting technological advancement and complementary applications development
• Improvement in quality of life such as reduced driving stress, and
• Rendering of such services that require swift response time as during emergency and disaster-
relief operations

Factors Influencing ITS Market

Global Capabilities
Intelligent Transportation Systems market is a truly global market with ITS makers increasingly
targeting the whole world’s market with their exceptional products and services and systems
integration capabilities. Capability of first and second tier sellers to manufacture and supply
reliable products globally is a key driver of the market. Few ITS products are targeted at exclusive
regional markets and operated under specific regional regulatory or social limits. Nevertheless,
several ITS products are designed for global installation or application in passenger cars, trains,
ferries, buses, and commercial vehicles.

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Favorable Factors
• Standardization of technologies and compatibility of network architectures imbue reliability and
underscore applicability across numerous end uses not withstanding geographical barriers,
spiking the market’s growth, both in terms of scale and scope.
• Interoperability of ITS systems center stages the required thrust for market growth, amid
superfluous existence of overlapping technologies.
• Strategic alliances skillfully consolidate the fragmented developmental efforts of enthusiastic
players, further enriching the industry’s systems and services’ portfolio.
• Growing popularity and rising awareness of benefits further boost the market penetration of
intelligent transportation systems.

Restraints
Despite the trend catching up of late, the existing low level of awareness regarding the positive
outcomes of ITS deployment discount the bountiful prospects of the technology. Overabundance of
technologies causes technological fragmentation, while privacy issues and high end user prices
upstage strong public opposition. Liability issues and poor funding and/or reluctance of
governments in furthering research in the development of advanced technologies further impede
the market evolution and expansion.

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TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS & ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES

Internet, X-Ray and DSRC: The Powerful Trio Enabling ITS


Intelligent transportation system know-how is being integrated with the Internet for enabling
vehicles to obtain required information while they are on the go - at tollbooths, highway
restaurants, or at truck stops. ITS technology is used to promote pass-through toll collection and
highway pre-clearance for truckers. The same technology is also deployed at international borders
for promoting quicker and efficient customs checks. ITS technology is being combined with X-ray
technology for pass-through searches of trucks and trains, thereby, enhancing the safety of custom
checks without causing disruption to the traffic. Furthermore, on-road communications are
enhanced through the application of Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) that
enable vehicles on road to communicate with the roadside readers and transponders. American
Society for Testing Materials Subcommittee (ASTM)’s approval of wireless DSRC network
standards is a key development promising opportunities further a field. The new standard for
transponder design operates on the 5.9-gigahertz frequency and enables the convergence of
DSRC and Internet technologies. Just around the corner, these emerging technologies are likely
to revolutionarily improve the highway safety and disaster relief, onboard entertainment, pass-
through toll functions, highway pre-clearance and pass-through highway purchases or m-
commerce.

Key Technological Trends in the ITS Market

Integration of ITS with Cellular Technology


Integration of ITS with cellular technology is a big time opportunity presenting bountiful prospects.
Eyeing the stellar growth opportunities, cellular giants such as Motorola and leading chipmakers
such as Texas Instruments are partaking in joint development of interconnecting technologies. At
present, intelligent transportation systems are mainly used for pass-through toll collection for
trucks and passenger vehicles. Another common application of intelligent transportation
systems includes highway pre-clearance, namely, safety checks and weigh-in-motion and in-
vehicle safety. Trial runs are in progress to speed up border crossings using ITS in North
America.
Integration of ITS with cellular technology facilitates the embedding of the required data into a
single transponder (transponder is fitted in vehicles to receive roadside messaging) for retrieval of
data from tollbooths or from any stationary kiosk. Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC)
decision to allocate 5.9GHz band for ITS applications is further pacing up the integration of ITS
technologies with cellular communication technologies.

ASTM’s Endeavor for ITS Architecture Standardization


Standardization enhances system reliability and interoperability. American Society for Testing
Materials Subcommittee (ASTM) is endeavoring to develop internationally accredited
standards for ITS, in order to simplify the deployment of ITS technologies. The association’s
endeavor is likely to dawn standardization of tags, systems and processes that in turn lowers
overall system costs.

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Satellite-Based Truck-Tracking System
Australia’s Intelligent Transport Systems launched the Intelligent Access Program, which is a
satellite-based truck-tracking system. The system utilizes satellite-based tracking for checking the
position of a truck in Australia. This helps in ensuring heavy vehicles use roads built specifically
for them, and avoid road damage and congestion. The use of satellite-based truck-tracking systems
eliminates the conventional system of traffic police going around the roads for checking whether
trucks are using the intended roads and penalizing defaulters.
In addition, the system assists government in reducing costs of road up gradation by determining
which roads require to be upgraded for trucking use. In addition, savings can be realized through
decreased fuel costs and travel time could be brought down by determination of efficient paths.
Private companies and state authorities were involved in the Intelligent Access Project.

Enabling Technologies
Intelligent transportation systems encompass a diverse range of technologies including
microelectronics, communications and computer informatics. The following is a description of a
few technologies that form a component part of ITS.

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)


RFID is an electronic identification procedure, which utilizes radio-frequency signals for reading
on-vehicle tags for automatic identification of vehicles.

Electronic Tags
Electronic tags are automatic vehicle identifiers that are in-built in vehicle’s windshields. Laser,
infrared and radio frequency are the commonly deployed methods of electronic tag identification,
of which, radio frequency emerged as the technology of choice for vehicle identification in
electronic toll collection systems.

RDS-TMC
Radio Data System Traffic Message Channel (RDS-TMC) is a system that gathers, aggregates, and
disseminates traffic data as per a uniform worldwide standard. Data is gathered from the traffic
information center and is disseminated through RDS-TMC traffic service provider. The RDS-TMC
receiver employs sophisticated digital technology to decode the unprocessed traffic data and
converts it into traffic information. Later, the information could be sent across either visually
through a navigation center deployed in the vehicle, or through an audio wave.

Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC)


DSRC is an application specific broadband technology that offers two-way communications over
short distances across small areas. One of the main applications comprises interface from road to
vehicle based on spot area communications technology utilizing microwave and infrared media.

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Introduction
Intelligent Transportation Systems are integrated networks of communication technologies,
independent modules of sophisticated pc/satellite-based navigation systems, and other electronic
data sensing, collection and transmission systems that collectively enhance transportation
experience in terms of highly regulated and congestion-free traffic flow, guided, hassle-free,
safer and collision-free on-road travel, faster emergency response times, automated &
unobtrusive vehicle recognition & tracking, toll collection and fleet management. With the help
of advanced traffic monitoring systems, data is transmitted to the appropriate authorities for
readying rescue teams on time, and the motoring public to keep track of possible delays or
dangers on the road via VMS (variable message signs), HAR (highway advisory radio), or
broadcast radio traffic reports.
ITS, entailing the application of information, communication, sensor and control systems to
improve surface transportation systems’ performance, can be classified into areas that address
different transportation requirements such as travel security, reliability, higher mobility and
lowered traffic jams. The technology comprises of traffic signal controls, electronic fare payment,
and constantly updated traveler data in conjunction with multimodal scheduling data. Superior
navigation, communications, operations monitoring, and data-collecting technologies are applied to
improve the mobility, security and efficiency of transportation. Traveler management systems help
in easing congestion on roads and in significantly reducing the response times in case of
emergencies. ITS for public transportation services aid in streamlining transit, enable transit firms
in identifying the precise location of vehicles, and ensuring safety of commuters. Electronic
payment systems deploy information technology for making payments hassle-free and automatic.
Commercial vehicle services facilitate efficient and cost effective truck transport. Advanced
vehicle safety systems prevent accidents. Additionally, ITS systems gather transportation data,
which can be archived and used for analyzing traffic and travel patterns.
ITS was initially restricted to highway-based systems including traffic monitoring devices.
However, presently, it has assumed a wider definition and includes back office, transaction, and
regulatory systems. Many advanced technology systems, including electronic toll collection
systems and synchronized traffic signals, can be utilized in rail, highway, and other transportation
modes to enhance mobility, decrease accidents, and upgrade transportation in general.
Examples of standard ITS transport applications include Intermodal transportation systems, in-
vehicle technologies, intelligent traffic control systems, safety enhancement technologies, and
traveler advisory systems.

ITS Integration
ITS integration is a close inter-connection among system components, there by, optimizing
resource usage. A national architecture is a prerequisite for efficient functioning of the ITS
systems. In order to attain this objective, the Departments of Transportation of various countries
devise standardized national architectures that in turn place the ceil on efficiency and
interoperability of various ITS systems.

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ITS Integration Program Objectives
ITS integration program’s objectives are:
• Facilitate installation across geographical area
• Prove commitment to stakeholder collaboration and to national ITS architecture
• Promote and leverage private sector participation
• Establish compliance with national ITS architecture
• Demonstrate inclusion in stateside or metropolitan transportation planning processes
• Guarantee long lasting functioning and maintenance without the need for governmental support
for funds
• Ensure that workforce have requisite skills for effective operations
• Meet additional economic or developmental objectives
ITS System Architecture
When for the first time ITS was launched in the market, it was used for offering one specific
service. With growing sophistication, technologies and applications were integrated for enabling
stand-alone systems to offer more than one service. The integration of various systems and services
gives rise to a regional architecture. Regional architectures enable integration of varied electronic
systems and applications for offering a comprehensive structure for the national ITS strategy.
Besides, ITS architecture enables ITS programs to be integrated in stages depending upon the need
and funds available.
For instance, in the US, the integration between ITS technologies and applications, collectively
referred as architecture, combines over thirty types of services that play a key role in the
nationwide transportation network. Increased compatibility between ITS say within a specific area
or among many areas enables ITS in executing the defined service efficiently. The architecture can
display the travel picture, together with possible traffic management and public transit options, and
thereby, aid in providing latest information. The National ITS architecture of the USA endeavors to
coordinate efforts among traffic, transit, police, fire, and rescue departments for improving
management of transportation network.

Segment Overview

Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)


ATMS make use of cameras, detectors, and communication systems for monitoring traffic,
optimizing signal timings, and for regulating the flow of traffic. ATMS facilitate the integration of
freeway and surface arterial operations for effective management of travel routes; also improve
communication for emergency vehicle operations. The components that make up advanced traffic
management systems include hardware and software for controlling, monitoring, and managing
road traffic, such as electronic signs, signals, and their controllers; commercial vehicle credentials
readers; surveillance and monitoring equipment; and support equipment/road side infrastructure.
Traffic management and control systems category encompasses a network of transportation
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dynamic message signs, information feeds from field equipment and other public and private
sources, field equipment controllers, communication and software protocols, outbound data feeds
to controllers and field equipment, commercial vehicle tag readers/transmitters, traffic signals,
CCTV and other video surveillance devices, vehicle detectors, wired and fiber networks.
Advanced traffic management system, which is a computerized transportation communication
system, employs fiber optic technology. The system allows Transportation Control Center (TCC)
to identify traffic incidents and congestion, and send across signal timing data to traffic signals and
messages to variable signboard. Travelers can utilize the data for making informed decisions
relating to their travel. Installation of ATMS helps -
• Enhance safety
• Improve air quality
• Reduce traffic delays
• Decrease gasoline consumption
• Improve mass transit operations
• Improve transportation system capacity
• Improve incident response and management
• Improve regional transportation integration and information sharing

Components of Advanced Traffic Management Systems

Detection Systems
Detection systems are sophisticated image-processors that gather traffic and incident data either
from analog or digitally encoded video format that is further processed to analyze and monitor on
road traffic by collating the images from various parts of the network. They also ensure advance-
warning systems based on analysis of the traffic data and enable prevention of collisions and
expedite emergency rescue in the event of collisions.
Firstly, the detector receives signal/video stream indicating the data related to on coming vehicles
from the CCTV cameras deployed in the pathways. The image data corresponding to the traffic
speed and number of vehicles on roads, bridges, & tunnels, is then collated with automated
detection algorithms/vehicle tracking video data to obtain information on traffic clearance, road
occupancy. Video images further enable advanced video surveillance and collision avoidance at
intersections and on highways. For incidence control and emergency response, the detection
systems dispatch audio-visual alarms and incidence image clippings, both live and recorded, to
traffic monitoring stations for further action within few seconds of the occurrence.
Loop-Emulation/In-ground Detectors – The Precursor
Video detectors based on loop-emulation are generally embedded in the ground and have limited
view field. They can detect only vehicles appearing within that field and are usually deployed for
presence detection and intersection control using simple binary detection algorithms based on
analog/digitally streamed image data from CCTVs. They entail huge traffic disruption while
installing and re-configuring to the changes in the system and road architecture. Of late, advanced

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video surveillance systems based on vehicle tracking are however bypassing the utility of these
conventional detection systems with a host of advantages.

Advantages of Advanced Video Detectors


• Easy to install, flexible and adaptable to changes in road configuration and do not entail
reconfiguration of existing CCTV cameras, even in areas that are hard to be surveyed by in-
ground detectors
• Unobtrusive to traffic flow and can be installed on roadside cabinets or traffic control centers
• Enable faster and high volume processing of image data that aid in speedy reporting of incident
occurrence
• Highly sensitive to incident data and automated triggering of alarms
• Low incidences of false alarms
• Standardized protocol data and open architecture for easy and flexible communications with any
traffic system
• Enable the assessment of the severity of incident and minimizes emergency response time by
digitally modeling incidences based on pre-recorded and live incident data in real-time
• Additionally, they facilitate queue length measurement and tracking of spatial occupancy and
combine virtually all image data for enabling efficient and effective ramp metering, urban traffic
monitoring, tunnel management and advanced traffic supervision.

Pan-Tilt-Zoom Cameras – A Step Forward


With limitations capping the advantages of conventional CCTVs, Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras are
garnering growing importance in video surveillance and traffic monitoring. They operate
complementary to the existing image capture infrastructure and provide high detection rate along
with low false alarms with the help of real time traffic data tracking for incidence & vehicle
detection and intersection control.

Urban Traffic Control Systems


With the ever-growing number of vehicles on road, urban traffic management has become an
intimidating task for the traffic controllers and a stress factor that impacts the quality of life of the
individuals traveling on the road. In a bid to improve the situation by continuously tracking and
providing alternative path information for guided travel, many cities and countries are investing in
advanced traffic monitoring equipment. Urban traffic control systems are such sophisticated traffic
analyzers that collect and analyze traffic data and enable incidence control and collision
prevention. SCATS of Australia and SCOOT of UK are two such world-famous technologies
developed in Australia and the UK respectively and deployed world over. Other technologies in
use for optimizing traffic flow are UPOPIA/SPOT deployed in Scandinavia and under
experimentation in certain parts of the world and NEMA, RT-TRACS and others.

SCOOT
SCOOT, the acronym for ‘Split Cycle Offset Optimization Technique’, is a real-time full-service
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traffic data for easing traffic flow and undertaking incident control on surface arterial networks.
Jointly developed by the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and UK’s traffic system suppliers,
SCOOT emerged as the preferred adaptive control tool for urban traffic management allover the
UK, Australia, Toronto, Bangkok, San Diego and Anaheim. Currently, TRL, Siemens Traffic
Control and Peek Traffic Co-Own the SCOOT.
SCOOT obtains traffic flow data with the help of loops or detectors embedded in the surface
arterial networks. This data is analyzed along with preset travel schedules and details of road
capacity to obtain insights into the length of the queues, waiting times, and intersections, including
cycle length and phase splits. The traffic measurement and updating of queuing model is
continuous and in a cyclic flow, based on the vertical queue model. Based on the data, the signal
settings are optimized incrementally varying the length of signals in accordance with the traffic
density. SCOOT uses three optimizers for this purpose – the split optimizer, the offset optimizer
and the cycle time optimizer, all of which work together to change the signal timing data at each
phase, junction and each cycle, synchronizing the cycle timing with the traffic flow. Hence,
SCOOT is highly utilitarian on networks featuring optimal flow of traffic and intersections at
shorter distances and is not very practical for busy and congested networks where the flow is
usually at/nearing full capacity and where downstream link congestion impacts the upstream flow.
Problems erupt when there is a queue spillback, and because impacts of downstream congestion are
virtually not considered, signal optimization becomes difficult.

SCATS
SCATS - the Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System is an unmanned, fully computerized
and vertical queue based advanced traffic management system attempting to minimize traffic
congestions and travel delays by efficiently regulating the traffic flow through signal
time/Phase optimization. The SCATS was developed by New South Wales Department of Main
Roads.
Though developed in Australia, the system’s growing popularity world over rendered it as a global
system, ready-to-use anywhere in the world, further commended by exports to over 50 countries.
Tyco Integrated Systems is the leading distributor of SCATS worldwide. SCATS is successfully
implemented in various cities of Australia, Mexico, USA, China, Indonesia, New Zealand, Ireland,
Malaysia, The Philippines and Singapore.
SCATS deploys embedded inductive loop detectors and obtains traffic data in real time. Based on
the information received, the data is concurred with the most probable travel time schedules and
the queue lengths to arrive at the precise time and number of the vehicles approaching a junction
and further computes the optimal signal timing and accordingly matches the real-time signal
changeover to minimize delays and congestions. The adaptive control enabled SCATS to emerge
as one of the world’s most efficient urban traffic management and control system linking multiple
traffic signal controllers.

SCOOT and SCATS – A Comparison


Both SCOOT and SCATS are operator intervention-free advanced traffic management systems that
detect & track traffic flows, disruptions and queue spill backs based on the vertical queuing model
and optimize signal timing within real-time.

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An important point of difference between the two systems is regarding the usage of vehicle
detectors that in turn impacts the resolution of the image data and the time lapse for
communication. SCOOT features an additional set of vehicle detectors whose usage enables the
system to ‘view and project’ traffic better, faster, and respond quicker. The detectors are affixed at
about 50-300 meters upstream of stop line and provide a detailed account of number of oncoming
vehicles and length of the queue far before these vehicles approach the stop line, there by, ensuring
faster signal timing optimization, including just-in-time signal changeover. On the other hand,
SCATS deploys occupancy detectors and times the signals by splitting the phases for existing
traffic. Another line of difference is the control architecture. SCOOT sports a centralized control,
while SCATS offers a distributed control. Similarly, while SCOOT offers dynamic offsets,
SCATS’ offsets are pre-determined.

Electronic Toll Collection Systems


Electronic toll collection systems encompass technologies that enable drivers to pay toll fee without
stopping at the tollgate. Since toll collection is accomplished through wireless communication,
drivers need not halt at tollgates. Carrier/transponder enabled electronic purse-based toll collection
system aids in efficient traffic flow at tollgates, offers well located toll collection with no cash
handling, and saves management expenditure. ETC system uses vehicle-to-roadside communication
technology such as Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), Automatic Vehicle Classification
(AVC), and Violation Enforcement Systems for electronic financial transaction between a vehicle
and a toll station. Deployment of ETC systems enables reduction in traffic congestion, queues at toll
stations, fuel consumption, waiting times, and number of stops on the road.

Components of ETC
Automatic Vehicle Identification – Identifies the owner of a vehicle by means of a transponder
fitted in the vehicle and automatically deducts the toll fee from the account of the motorist. AVI
features electronically encoded tags that are deployed in the windshield of a vehicle with unique
identification (ID) number. Roadside antennas are mounted on overhead structures or as part of the
electronic toll collection station along the road. These antennas produce radio frequency signals
(RF) across the freeway lanes. As and when a vehicle nears a tag reader site, the roadside antenna
produces a signal that is reflected back by the tag located on the windshield. The signal emitted is
altered to some extent by the vehicle’s tag for allotting a unique tag ID number to the vehicle. The
ID number is then forwarded to a roadside reader site where it obtains a time, date, and location
stamp. A centralized system uses the code for determining the account for charging the toll fee.
Automatic Vehicle Classification – This system categorizes vehicles as per types and class for
accurate deduction of toll fee.
Violation Enforcement Systems – These undertake the tasks of identification of toll violators
and penalizing them. Systems utilized for detecting toll violators include video tape recording
systems and license plate recognition system.

Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS)


Public transportation services enable streamlining of transit, allow transit companies in locating
vehicles, and provide safety to commuters. The public transportation management systems offer

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automatic analysis of real-time vehicle and facility status for enhancing transit operations and
maintenance. The analysis identifies deviations and offers solutions to drivers and dispatchers.
The integration of this feature with traffic control services enables scheduling of transportation
operations and ensures transfer connections in inter-modal transportation. Information relating to
bus running times, passenger loading, and mileage accumulated improve service and
administrative reporting. They also comprise dedicated user information systems, onboard
databus, fare collection system elements and passenger & driver safety, surveillance and alarm
systems. In addition, automatic recording and verifying tasks executed by transit workers also
improves transit personnel management.

Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems


CVOs are ITS technologies applied to enhance motor carrier productivity and safety while
journeying the interstate frontiers. CVO systems ease the interstate movement of commercial
vehicles by removing the need for manual paperwork through electronic paperwork. They also
facilitate weighing the trucks-on-the-move, thus, eliminating the need for vehicles to stop at weigh
stations. Besides, the systems examine operations for providing safety and enhancing efficiency
and offering instantaneous alerts to authorities in the event of tragedies.
In other words, commercial vehicle operation systems enable unhindered movement of freight
traffic across states and international borders, and also make truck transport more efficient and
cost effective. These systems involve applying technology to commercial vehicles for enabling
safe and efficient movement of trucks and buses. The systems employ electronic screening and
vehicle identification systems, automated inspections and reporting, hazardous materials
response and on-board monitoring for ensuring safe and efficient movement of commercial
vehicles. Fleet management systems include GPS and other location sensing technologies,
software and communication protocols, satellite, cellular, and/or other communications between
base station and fleet.
Of all the vehicles, commercial vehicles such as vans, large trucks, buses, and special purpose
vehicles account for a large portion of traffic on roads. Owners and operators of these vehicles face
difficulties such as numerous regulations, driver fatigue, frequent inspections and congested roads.
Technology is being used for addressing these very challenges and thereby, to help operators and
drivers to minimize the impact of these challenges on their business operations. Various benefits of
commercial vehicle operations systems include:
• Incident Management – facilitating and expediting the identification of incidents and taking
instantaneous action
• Commercial Vehicle Electronic Clearance (Pre-clearance) – enabling domestic and
international border crossings through pre-clearance service
• Automated Roadside Safety Inspection – facilitating hassle-free safety inspection of commercial
vehicle operations
• On-board Safety Monitoring – cautioning drivers about roadway characteristics such as safe
speed limit to be maintained
• Commercial Vehicle Administrative Processes – offering electronic purchasing of credentials
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• Hazardous Material Incident Response – offering hazard spill alert to emergency response
personnel
• Commercial Fleet Management – offering the capabilities to efficiently manage commercial
movement of goods

Advanced Vehicle Information Systems


Advanced Vehicle Information Systems (AVIS) include a host of applications that enable
commuters to have a safe journey. These systems include collision-avoidance systems (CAS), and
telematics solutions such as radio data system - traffic message channel (RDS-TMC) and traffic
master systems. Information gathered from various points is processed and conveyed to other road
users through various means such as cellular phones, and RDS-TMC, enabling a safer driving
experience. The systems include vehicle-to-infrastructure and vehicle-to-vehicle communications
for collecting data. While RDS-TMC is part of the road system, the Japanese counterparts include
technologies such as advanced cruise-assist highway system (AHS), which enable prevention of
accidents, by eliminating the potential causes of accidents in high-speed environments, and
advanced safety vehicle (ASV) or ‘smart driving’, enabled through vehicle-to-vehicle
communications.

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IN-VEHICLE INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS: A REVIEW

In-vehicle intelligent transportation systems are systems deployed within vehicles that integrate the
automobile’s on-board electronics with public safety warning systems, positioning and traffic
information systems, and electronic toll collection systems, with an aim to enhance on-road safety
and travel experience. Escalating safety concerns and evolving multiplicity of traffic problems are
fueling the sophistication of in-vehicle IT systems. Some important functions of in-vehicle
intelligent transportation systems are as follows:
• Assisting drivers with navigation devices for route guidance
• Providing safety and security to drivers
• Providing communications, computing, entertainment to drivers and passengers
• Enhancing commercial vehicle productivity by means of automated tracking, dispatching and
weigh-in-motion systems
Over the years, the importance of in-vehicle intelligent transportation systems witnessed steady
growth. From a modest beginning with a few firms exploring new applications for their
technologies, the industry has grown in size with participants from sectors such as automotive,
communications, computer, and software companies. With automotive OEM vendors being the key
propelling forces in advancing the technologies, and alliances emerging as key risk and cost
sharing strategies, the in-vehicle ITS market is set to soar, leveraging on the growing awareness of
benefits offered.

Traveler Data, Advisory Systems, and Wireless Vehicle Products & Services
These are the systems used as support equipment for in-vehicle systems for travel data assistance,
route guidance and wireless communication services. They include information feeds from public
and private sources, display devices at passenger terminals and on buses, two-way data connections
between communications services and users, traveler information kiosks, one- and two-way data
connections connecting communications services with vehicles, the internet, kiosks, dial-in users,
and wireless PDA users, wireless access to the internet for travelers, and software &
communication protocols.

In-Vehicle Products
In-vehicle products mainly comprise of transponders, infrared and other visual sensors,
identification tags, software protocols, map databases, and mobile/portable multimedia products
and other communications devices that enhance the automobile’s communication with intelligent
transportation networks and systems.

In Vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems in the Past


A decade ago, few companies began looking at avenues in using wireless communications,
information, and computing technologies for helping drivers. The market, which was relatively an
untapped one, proved a risky venture. In other words, the response of end-users to the products was
not known. Therefore, companies entered into alliances in a bid to reduce risk, to shorten the time taken
to market the product, and to have access to certain expertise not available within their organizations.

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Two companies Etak and Navtek concentrated on offering digital maps for the in-vehicle
navigation market and Qualcomm and @Track (earlier HighwayMaster) ventured into fleet
management systems for long distance trucking. With the passage of time, in-vehicle traffic
information, safety and security, and wireless communications were combined and became a part
of ITS. In the mid 1990s, companies in aerospace and defense who were exploring diversification
possibilities partook joint development programs to provide products and services such as MayDay
(Devices that allow travelers who encounter problems while traveling to seek for help. MayDay
devices such as a mobile phone or a pager have buttons that travelers can use for emergency help
or ask for first aid or mechanical help or for directions) and GPS and tracking for vehicles. The
move by these companies encouraged other companies involved in sectors such as communications,
IT, and entertainment to explore commercial prospects in the personal vehicle market.
Industry giants such as Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and others offered their operating system
services for in-vehicle computing systems and Hewlett Packard, Motorola, and IBM provided their
expertise in hardware, interactive voice, and other applications. Still other companies such as
Philips, Sony, Bosch and Clarion cooperated to design in-vehicle units that offer a range of
entertainment services. As competition was severe, companies came together for developing
standards.
In the early 1990s, US automakers, unlike their Japanese and European counterparts, evinced little
interest in the field of ITS. However, in Europe and Japan, automakers were vigorously integrating
telematics (infrastructure comprising in-vehicle navigation, communication, information and
entertainment services) with vehicle safety ITS applications for differentiating their upscale
automotives. GM and Ford learnt that safety coupled with security were uppermost in the minds of
drivers in the US. This prompted them to provide their own in-vehicle telematics systems – Ford
offered Rescu and GM offered OnStar. Through the support of companies, the Society of
Automotive Engineers started developing an industry standard for an in-vehicle electronics
appliance databus. In 1998, a fully integrated in-vehicle information system was launched in the
US market and since then, the number of offerings of in-vehicle systems is growing. Almost all
automakers provide telematics or some form of in-vehicle information systems either as an option
or as a standard feature. Besides, several aftermarket devices are also made available such as
AutoPC and Alpine’s Navigation System. In most of family cars and vans, entertainment systems
have become a common feature.

The Present Scenario


Currently, commercial and passenger vehicle markets are the key end-users of in-vehicle intelligent
transportation systems. While passenger vehicle applications underscore safety, security,
communication, information, and entertainment, commercial vehicle applications emphasize cost
reduction. However, these devices occupy most of the dashboard space and are expensive, there by,
full-scale commercialization of these technologies is limited to high-end vehicles.

Passenger Vehicle Applications


Banking on the growing awareness of telematics systems, automakers are equipping their vehicles
with sophisticated navigation and cruise control systems to differentiate their products in the
market. European and Japanese markets are well developed, while the US market is also catching

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up in telematics sales. Popular telematics services include Emergency Roadside Assistance, turn-
by-turn navigation assistance, airbag deployment notification, and stolen vehicle tracking. Other
safety and security equipment viz., driver status monitoring, collision warning and avoidance,
hazard warning, and night vision would take some time for commercialization due to liability
issues. Presently, in-vehicle telematics systems are very pricey and hence are fitted in high-end
vehicles. Prices are expected to come down as and when volumes go up and also when there is a
corresponding decrease in the cost of GPS, wireless communications, and computing equipment.
Most of the companies are engaged in continuous enhancement and up-gradation of their systems.
For example in the mobile operating system applications, Microsoft introduced Car.Net in the
place of AutoPC, to deliver news, navigation support, traffic information, and other traveler
information. Sun Microsystems enhanced its Car Java features to include Java Speech Application
Programming Interface and Java Telephony Adaptive Programming. Telematics gadgets on
concept cars are equipped with advanced technologies such as smart cards, small-screen Internet
displays, voice recognition, and docking devices. The critical success factors for telematics lies in
voice recognition, voice command, and in product integration.
Though automobile producers enjoy a distinct advantage in regulating the direction of in-vehicle
systems yet they are dependent on alliance partners and after market vendors. With new
technologies coming up with regular frequency, the need for standardization arises in order to
avoid problems such as wiring bundles and reengineer vendor products. The Telematics
Suppliers Consortium comprising Hewlett-Packard, AMP, Navtech (Navigation Technologies),
and Motorola is taking steps to promote open standards. On the other hand, the Automotive
Multimedia Consortium representing twelve major automotive firms is developing low-speed and
high-speed buses for plug and play capabilities. Development of new innovative ITS products is
being accelerated with automotive OEMs, such as Mercedes Benz, General Motors, and BMW
setting up research facilities. Siemens, Motorola, Visteon, Delphi, and others are associating
themselves with OEMs in the product development efforts and software giants such as IBM,
Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems are offering the requisite services for supporting mobile
computing capabilities. Alliances are common among these said companies and are adaptive as
per industry’s varying needs.

Commercial Vehicle Applications


The commercial vehicle market is witnessing transition from basic communications and tracking
systems to advanced applications that connect trucks to supply chains and highway infrastructure.
Main highways are equipped with weigh-in-motion and pre-clearance programs such as PrePass,
which communicate with in-vehicle equipment. This equipment keeps track of mileage by state and
reduces the amount of paperwork involved. The commercial vehicle ITS applications include
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and bar coding that facilitate tracking and monitoring
freight in motion. New applications are being developed to automate international border crossings.
The commercial vehicle ITS products are expected to reduce the costs for the logistics industry.

Adopting Alliance as a Growth Strategy


Alliances form an important part of the in-vehicle ITS industry, as the development of ITS
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software, consumer electronics, wireless communications, and automotive technology. During the
early stages of ITS development, no single company claimed expertise in all the areas, and
obtaining such specialized knowledge was expensive in terms of investing and time consuming for
supporting a project that was untested such as in-vehicle ITS information products as vehicle
navigation and location systems.
So as a way out, companies went into collaboration for financing and supporting untried projects
for sharing the risk. On one hand, companies entered into short-term alliances by establishing
cross-functional groups for achieving a specific task, after which the group was dismantled. While
on the other hand, a few alliances that withstood for a long time enabled companies to share
expertise and form elastic building blocks for successful development of products. Over a period of
time with the transfer of know-how taking place, the need for shared services and expertise
diminished as a result of which the structure of alliances in the ITS industry witnessed
transformation. Mergers and acquisitions are being witnessed in the ITS space and alliances are
also being formed for market penetration and service support. A few important strategic alliances
and collaborations formed in the pursuit include:

Qualcomm
The first in-vehicle ITS sector to exhibit market potential was fleet management systems for the
trucking industry. The payback time period was less than twelve months for ITS fleet management
products for larger long-haul freight companies. Qualcomm was the first to enter this market with
its OmniTrac in-vehicle communications system.
OmniTrac was designed based on satellite communications that offered two-way mobile terminals
with messaging services. After successful market penetration, the company enhanced the product
features by adding location capabilities and also maintained ongoing service centers to monitor and
maintain communications between trucking companies and their fleets. During early 1990s the
company joined the Globalstar satellite consortium for enabling further up-gradation to its satellite
based communications system.
Qualcomm formed alliances with software companies for further development of its OmniTrac
system. Revenues from OmniTrac were utilized for development of CDMA technologies, which
forms its principal business. The company took several routes such as joint ventures, purchases,
and licensing agreements to enter the Asian, European and South American markets. Qualcomm’s
joint venture partners were responsible for establishing the business and maintaining local
operations. On the other hand, the company fabricated the equipment and maintained control of the
monitoring facilities in San Diego and Las Vegas. Qualcomm improved its navigational
capabilities with the acquisition of NavTek in 1998. Through partnership with Microsoft, the
company employed Windows CE software and applications for its dashboard mounted computers.
The company’s CDMA technology was well received in the market, and it partnered with Ford
Motors for a foray into personal vehicle market by forming Wingcast, which provides CDMA-
based services for the automobile market.

Etak
Etak, established in 1983, was the first to develop digital mapping for ITS navigation systems. The
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Gent, the Netherlands. Etak formed an alliance with Metro Networks for national real time traffic
reporting and also joined Compusearch of Toronto, Canada, for mapping population centers. The
company provides mobile GPS-guided maps and navigation systems through its partnership with
SkyMap, and co-distributes the product in Asia through IPC. Etak was able to establish its presence
in the global market through these alliances.
General Motors
General Motors and other automakers realized that major IT companies were aiming at personal
vehicle dashboard market for in-vehicle information systems and were supporting an open
architecture model for in-vehicle ITS products and services. With open architecture model proving
a success for computer technologies, companies in the IT sector planned to extend the model to
automotive applications. In Europe, companies with limited resources in terms of expertise and
financing found the model suitable. But the industry giant GM did not let go off its control of the
dashboard to IT companies due to the fact that in-vehicle products offer distinct product
differentiation. Besides, they also provide a source of revenue through service contracts.
In association with its alliance partners including Delphi, EDS and Hughes, GM developed OnStar
for its Cadillac models. OnStar features include automatic notification of air bag release, roadside
assistance with location, route support, and emergency services. The system was also improved to
incorporate new information services such as service station and hotel information that were
developed in partnership with major US firms such as Mobil Oil, Fodor's Travel Publication,
Promus Hotel Corporation, Hilton Hotels Corporation, HFS Incorporate, American Floral Services,
and LesConcierges of California. GM also developed a database or interface that links the ITS
products to the vehicle in partnership with other auto makers. GM formed alliance with Sun
Microsystems for operating system requirements for its OnStar applications, and also to improve
its in-vehicle ITS products and services. In the US, Microsoft (Windows CE) and Sun
Microsystems (Car Java) represent the two main developers of mobile in-vehicle information
operating systems.
Microsoft
Microsoft formed alliances with a wide range of companies, including its competitors at the
aftermarket level, to promote its Windows CE operating system. Its alliances include Intel,
Trimble, systems integrators such as Visteon and Mannesmann, established aftermarket suppliers
including Samsung, Alpine, Hitachi, Clarion, and Daewoo, and automotive OEMs such as Citroen
and Nissan. All partners of Microsoft use Windows CE, the vehicle computer operating system,
and assist in the development of integrated systems based on the Auto PC.
IBM/Sun Microsystems
Sun Microsystems collaborated with IBM, Delphi Electronics, and Netscape Communications to
develop a prototype car computer/information system. Each of these companies played a role by
contributing a major integrated electronics component. The IBM/Sun Microsystems alliance differs
from that of Microsoft and GM alliances, with no single player dominating the alliance. The
alliance was instrumental in producing the Network Vehicle to exhibit the in-vehicle ITS
capabilities provided by the team members. Automotive giants such as General Motors, Ford,
Saab, and other automakers use the Car Java system.

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Other Alliances
In addition to big companies forming alliances to leverage each other’s expertise for the
development of ITS products and services, several small (two and four companies coming
together) alliances were formed for offering certain components to ITS products. As the alliance
companies represented different regions, it enabled the sharing both technical and region specific
knowledge.

Outlook
The telematics market is expected to do well in the future, as these devices would be fitted in new
commercial and passenger vehicles. Partnerships or alliances are expected to give a boost to the
development and commercialization of ITS in-vehicle information technology and products. These
alliances offer vital support to in-vehicle ITS product development by means of sharing the
expertise, resources, and risks, as well as, enabling the minimization of time. As no single company
possesses expertise in numerous technologies, the business is dependent on specialized knowledge
of various technologies.
When the industry goes through the maturity phase, the characteristic of alliance is expected to
change from being focused on technology and R&D to market structure, and eventually, impart
virtual monopoly to big OEMs and other industry giants. Major automotive OEMs are taking
initiatives in the field of in-vehicle ITS development through in-house research centers. Yet,
alliances are common in new ventures/technology due to the need to form elastic building blocks
for sharing specialized knowledge pertaining to new technologies.

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REVIEW OF APPLICATION AREAS
Electronic Toll Collection
ETC systems are mainly deployed on bridges, tunnels, toll roads or turnpikes. Sometimes they are
installed on new roads or on existing roads as retrofits. Toll collection systems on roads are
classified into open and closed systems. The closed system comprises tollbooths at the entrances
and exits and the toll is decided at the point of exit (given the point of entrance to the facility). The
open system encompasses toll systems installed along the facility so that a single journey may
require payment at a number of toll stations.
Drivers are the principal subscribers to an electronic payment system. Following the subscription,
they are provided with Radio Frequency (RF) transponders, which communicate with the toll collection
system. Vehicles going across the toll lane (entrance/exit) need not stop at the tollgate as their toll fee is
automatically deducted from their account. Electronic payment is also utilized for collecting transit fares
and commercial vehicle operating fees. Electronic toll collection can process over thousand vehicles in
one hour as against four hundred vehicles by manual toll lane. Thus, ETC systems help in realizing
cost savings by obviating the need to construct tollbooths and the consequent administration costs.

Commercial Vehicle Operations


Commercial vehicle operations end-uses can be classified as per the following user services:

Incident Management
The service assists in identifying incidents and initiating the necessary action for minimizing the
impact of the incident. When integrated with other services such as tracking and credentials
management, harmful materials incidents would be managed in an efficient manner and thereby
mitigate risks to truck operators and commuters.

Commercial Vehicle Electronic Clearance


This service under commercial vehicle operations helps in domestic and international border pre-
clearance procedures and thereby helps in cutting down on stops at crossings. While meeting regulatory
provisions related to issuance of licenses and permits, tax collections, inspections and weighing
across domestic and international borders, the service also offers point-to-point non-stop operation.
Automated Roadside Safety Inspection
The objective of this user service is to improve safety of commercial vehicle operations. Automated
roadside safety inspections comprise roadside access to records pertaining to vehicles, carriers, and
driver safety. The access to records helps in deciding not only what should be examined but also how
to make optimum use of resources allocated to safety. Sophisticated diagnostics also examine vital
vehicle systems and drivers’ fitness for the intended work. These features offer safer, efficient and a
thorough inspection of commercial vehicles. Other features of the service include:
• Enforcement officials have access to essential safety information and records of commercial vehicles.
• Automated inspections also offer pass/fail assessments of vital systems including expected life
projections of systems
• Carriers can carry out automated safety checks in preventive maintenance programs.

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On-Board Safety Monitoring
This service is aimed at improving the safety of commercial and private vehicles. The service is
also applicable to pre-and post-trip inspections. Communicating safety aspects such as safe speed
limits, geometry, and other safety related data while the vehicle is in motion is a part of the
commercial vehicle pre-clearance service and automated roadside safety inspection services.

Commercial Vehicle Administrative Processes


The service offers electronic purchasing of credentials and automated mileage and fuel reporting.
Electronic purchasing of credentials enables carriers in buying annual and temporary credentials
through a computer link with proper jurisdictions. Commercial vehicle pre-clearance services enable
in streamlining processes as and when automatic deductions are made from the carriers’ account.

Hazardous Material Incident Response


This service alerts emergency personnel about dangerous spills and enables in expediting
emergency response for decreasing exposure time to harmful material and thereby avoids traffic
congestion brought about by road closures and cleanup activities.

Commercial Fleet Management


The service enables in efficient movement of not only commercial goods vehicles but also public
transportation vehicles. Technological strides in the field of public transportation management are
also becoming relevant in the field of commercial vehicles transporting goods.

Traffic Management

Traffic management systems’ end-uses can be categorized under the following services:

En-Route Driver (Advisory) Information


In order to offer convenience, safety, and efficiency, en-route driver information provides audio
advisories and in-vehicle signing. Vehicles are utilized as smart probes to test road conditions and
communicate the information to a traffic management center. In-vehicle signing is employed to
inform drivers about road conditions. In rural areas, a virtual TMC is utilized to disseminate traffic
information in the place of a central Transportation Management Center (TMC).

Traffic Control
Traffic control services direct the movement of traffic on the transportation network. These
services optimize and organize freeway and signalized street operations with public transportation
operations for matching demand with capacity.

Incident Management
Incident management offers remedial measures for traffic incidents, hostile road conditions, and
road construction programs. Incident management consists of incident management planning,

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which includes the development of response plans for emergency operations, scheduled special
events and scheduled lane closure activities. Additionally, incident management also consists of
incident response, wherein the objective is to focus on detection and verification of traffic incidents
and then send across equipments and personnel to the incident site.

Travel Demand Management


Travel demand management endorses plans that promote improvement in air quality and reduce
congestion on roads. The service can be implemented in areas where traffic congestion and
pollution are worse and requires immediate attention. Applications of travel demand
management consists of enforcement of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane use, parking
control and incentives, and road access pricing and prioritizing schemes. Travel demand
management approach is implemented to bring down single occupancy vehicle use, by
encouraging use of higher occupancy vehicles, transit modes, non-motorized alternatives, or
non-travel options.

Emissions Testing & Mitigation


Emissions testing and mitigation offers the means to monitor and manage air quality and emissions
of vehicles by employing sensors. The service is utilized at fixed locations depending on regional
preferences and priorities. Strategies can be put to use for reducing emissions based on information
gathered. Moreover, other environmental risks such as icy conditions of roads or dense fog can also
be monitored.

Emergency Vehicle Management


Emergency vehicle management enables in swift response to incident alerts. Police, fire and
medical personnel use the service. This user service pertains to Hazardous Material Incident
Management under commercial vehicle operations group. Emergency vehicle management service
comprises:
• Enhancing the display of emergency vehicle locations and assist in sending rescue personnel to
the incident site.
• Using route guidance to direct emergency vehicles and
• Using signal priority for freeing traffic signals on an emergency vehicle’s path.

Emergency Notification and Personal Security


The service offers instant notice of an incident and also requests for assistance. This service
comprises two features:
Driver/personal security capabilities offer user-initiated distress signals for incidents such as
mechanical breakdowns, injuries and car jacking. The transmitted message contains vehicle
location and the receiver in turn sends a reply back to the user.
Automatic collision notification identifies a collision and disseminates data on such aspects as its
location, nature, and gravity to emergency officials.

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Vehicle Safety Systems

Applications of vehicle safety systems are classified under the following categories:

Longitudinal Collision Avoidance


Longitudinal collisions includes head-on and rear-end collisions of vehicles, and collisions relating
to commuters. The avoidance of these collisions would aid in reducing the number and the gravity
of collisions. The avoidance involves determining probable collisions and momentarily controlling
acceleration and braking for reducing injury and damage.

Lateral Collision Avoidance


Lateral collisions comprises two-vehicle and single-vehicle collisions and vehicles leaving their
path of journey while moving forward. Lateral collision avoidance technology reduces collisions
through crash warnings by alerting drivers, and provides assistance for lane changes, blind spots,
and road departures.

Intersection Crash Warning & Control


This involves crash avoidance at intersections where there are recurring collisions and violations
relating to ambiguous right-of-way laws. Intersection collision avoidance combines information
concerning crossing traffic with signal status information for enhancing situational awareness.
Besides, intersection collision avoidance also involves lateral and longitudinal collision avoidance.

Vision Enhancement for Crash Avoidance


Vision enhancement (driver visibility improvement) technology enhances the driver’s ability to see
objects in and around the journey path for avoidance of probable collisions with other vehicles or
obstacles along the route. It also helps the driver in obeying traffic signs and signals.

Safety Readiness
Safety readiness comprises issuing warnings irrespective of the condition of the driver, vehicle, and
roadway infrastructure. In-vehicle equipment examines a driver’s condition and issues a warning.
Apart from checking standard oil pressure and engine temperature, the service internally examines
vital components of a vehicle. Additionally, in-vehicle equipment communicates in real-time with
roadside sensors for identifying road conditions such as bridge icing and still water on roads.
Further, this technology can also be useful to rail systems in detecting spaces between rail tracks.

Pre-Crash Restraint Deployment


Pre-crash restraint technology averts impending collision by triggering passenger safety
mechanisms based on information relevant to the vehicles or objects. Information could be relating
to mass, velocity, and direction of the vehicle and objects involved, including the number, location,
and physical attributes of vehicle occupants. The resulting responses could comprise tightening
lap-shoulder belts, arming and deploying air bags at an optimal pressure, deploying roll bars, and
restraining wheelchairs. The responses are based on data from the collision/crash avoidance
system, impairment system, and on-board safety monitor.

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Automated Vehicle Operations
Integration of lateral and longitudinal control functions facilitate in keeping an automated vehicle
in the intended lane and thus maintain a safe distance away from adjacent vehicles. Integration of
these functions is possible through advances in four technological areas and those are actuators,
sensors, computers, and communications. Incidentally, fully automated vehicles enhance the safety
and efficiency of transportation infrastructure and as a result of which the need to build new
facilities becomes redundant.

Fleet Management
Public transport and commercial operators have fleets to manage and maintain. During a vehicle’s
journey various applications support the fleet operators and vehicle drivers. A few applications also
enable to observe the physical state and administrative status of a cargo. The following are a few
instances of freight and fleet operations:
• Checking the safety related operations of a vehicle and archiving the data on-board for roadside
interrogations.
• Scheduling of vehicles and drivers for the purpose of public transport and commercial operators,
and also for automatic compilation of travel reports.
• Optimal routing for all vehicles including for huge vehicles
• In case of perishable goods monitoring their location for knowing the physical status
• Automating commercial and regulatory documentation that are required for commercial vehicles
and goods
• Monitoring the location of an automobile during its journey for having two-way contact with the
driver

Others (Control & Warning Devices)


Vehicles fitted with an in-vehicle safety and warning system caution the driver against obstacles
and road conditions prevailing in advance. An ITS-based crash prevention and safety system
includes advisory crash avoidance for alerting the driver with a warning as and when the vehicle
detects that a crash is about to occur.

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KEY ISSUES

Interoperation of ITS
The efforts to develop Intelligent Transportation Systems that can operate not only in the US but
also in Europe appear to be close to realization. ITS comprise systems that address transportation
problems employing data processing, communications, and control. These include systems that
gather and disseminate information on traffic conditions, carry out tracking and dispatching, and
also help in navigation.
The move by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) of US to develop standards for the
new 5.9GHz is expected to result in inter-operation of ITS products’. Till recently the US focused
on the 915MHz bandwidth and interoperation posed a problem. Once the US moves over to
5.9GHz then there would be several functions where companies could utilize comparable
frequency bands. The US – EU ITS coordination using the 5.9GHz band would enable aligning the
US with markets in Japan, EU and other regions and represents a step towards global ITS standard.
Though steps are being taken to endorse standardization of 5.9GHz yet it would take some time for
standardization as the Dept. of Transportation is constrained by guidelines which say that ITS
standard be based on the 915 band.
Differences Between US & EU
The move by the US to go in for 5.9GHz may not help in patching up the differences with the EU.
Standards developers in the US feel that Europe’s move towards ITS standardization is limited to
one aspect of ITS i.e., electronic toll collection. In other words, European standards efforts do not
match with the needs of the US in developing a national interoperable ITS system.
Thus differences have arisen as the US feels that Europe is promoting its standards in foreign
markets that are detrimental to the US approach. Incidentally, ITS standards of Europe are getting
approval in countries such as Malaysia, Australia, and Brazil, which translates into more market
share for EU companies. Besides, manufacturers are rolling out devices as per standards set by
Europe. The US, Japanese, Canadians and others feel that Europe is not taking into account their
plans in ITS standardization. They also believe that Europe may present its new ITS standards to
the ISO – International Organization for Standardization for approval. Authorities concerned in the
US say that EU is hindering the development of international ITS standard by not making it
compatible with US technology. However, the EU disputes the argument put forth by the US and
others and says that it is just taking efforts to upgrade its current ITS standards that are acceptable
and publishable as European standards. The new standards developed would be downward
compatible to the earlier EU specifications for ITS.

Government Policy Vis-à-vis ITS Projects


The government plays a vital role in ITS implementation by eliminating legal hurdles to develop
ITS and providing funding support to ITS projects. The government’s initiative in integrating
technology with the transportation infrastructure is expected to give a boost to the development of
ITS. The step not only helps the state in realizing cost savings in terms of construction and
maintenance of new highways but also commuters can save time, reduce wear and tear of vehicles
and cut down on unnecessary kilometers traveled.

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Environmental and Safety Issues
Vehicular pollution is one of the major causes of environmental pollution. The number of vehicles
on the road went up exponentially as a result of which there are frequent traffic jams, air pollution,
and road tragedies. The slow or idling traffic due to traffic congestion is resulting in excessive air
pollution that is damaging the environment and also there is a rise in number of traffic accidents in
most parts of the world.
In the past, aircraft pilots or for that matter drivers had to concern themselves with their safety and
destination. Safety became an important aspect when the aircraft grew in size and became faster.
Sophisticated air traffic management systems emerged for meeting the rising traffic requirements.
The same thing can be said of the situation prevailing on the ground i.e., surface/road transport. For
instance, the global vehicular population went up to almost 400 million that represented an increase
of 500% since 1960. With so many vehicles on the road, hassles or responsibilities such as
pollution, traffic jams, safety of commuters, building of road networks (for accommodating the
rising vehicular population) cannot be far away.
Intelligent transportation systems comprise transportation systems that employ both hardware and
software technology for dealing with and ameliorating transportation congestion problems. One of
the components of ITS i.e., advanced surveillance systems detects potential traffic jams and
enables in rerouting the traffic to other routes for easing congestion and providing faster routes to
drivers. The technology allows surveillance and guidance response to take place in real time and
hence potential traffic jam conditions can be resolved before they acquire serious proportions. Thus
ITS not only addresses safety issue of pedestrians or commuters but also environmental issue as
idling or slow traffic and the resultant deterioration in air quality due to traffic jams can be curbed.

Privacy Issues
A matter of concern for the developers of ITS solutions is the privacy factor. Vehicular owners are
skeptical about the video footage and data collected on the highways would be used for purposes
other than intended for. For instance, the information thus collected would be employed by the
government agencies for issuing traffic citations or by advertising agencies for advancing products
to the target audience. These issues if left unanswered by the powers that be viz., public and private
market participants then it is feared that the ITS acceptance would be that much slower.

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PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS

2008

Magellan Expands Roadmate® Series


Magellan, a global leading brand of GPS (Global Positioning Satellite System), expanded the
company’s RoadMate series of vehicle navigation products with the launch of three new
widescreen units. The new RoadMate® 1400 series comprises a 4.3-inch anti-glare touch screen
display and a user-friendly interface with QuickSpell™ and SmartDetour™ technologies that
facilitate rapid input and traffic guide. The RoadMate 1415, which includes NAVTEQ® full
European map, announces direction of the turns and street names. The RoadMate 1425 offers live
traffic updates and route guidance through a permanent traffic subscription.

TeleNav Launches TeleNav Vehicle Tracker™


TeleNav introduced a new GPS service TeleNav Vehicle Tracker™ under the company’s Mobile
Resource Management (MRM) product line. The product comprising a GPS-enabled modem
integrated with vehicle battery offers an ingenuous fleet monitoring method to companies. The new
TeleNav Vehicle Tracker also records the mileage of vehicles on daily basis.

2007

Iteris Unveils First LDW Data Collection Product


Iteris Inc., a leading provider of traffic management solutions, launched Safety Direct™, the
industry’s first lane departure warning (LDW) data collection device, for the heavy truck segment.
The Iteris Safety Direct™ system collects and scrutinizes real-time LDW information and
transmits to fleet operators by utilizing the fleet communication system of the truck.

Siemens Introduces Video Detection System, EagleVision


Siemens ITS introduced a new video detection system, EagleVision. The system enables traffic
control center to monitor the traffic flow at intersections, bridges and tunnels. The system has been
designed with no requirement of additional hardware, is easy to install and runs on a Java user-
interface, which is independent of Operating Systems. With the new camera, operators can focus
on particular sections of a road without having to adjust the camera manually. The camera can be
made to focus in different angles through a computer. Additionally the system also features color
video output, advanced detection capabilities, and also includes eight detector zones and outputs
for each camera.

Iteris Unveils New ITS Products


Iteris, Inc, a maker of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), unveiled new set of advanced ITS
products in the US market. The new products include Edge2-4 processor, a first of its kind and
advanced rack mounted 4-channel video detection system, and other products such as Input/Output
Module 32 (IOM32), TS2 Interface Module (TS2 IM), and V Rack, which enable easier
installation and improve the functioning of the Edge2-4 processor. The Edge2-4 processor is

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manufactured to fit into standard NEMA detector racks and Type 170 input files. The new
processor is a cost effective, and small modular system, which includes four cameras for various
vehicle detection applications including traffic signal control.

Image Sensing Systems Introduces Autoscope® Terra™


Image sensing systems, a promoter of road safety with better traffic flow, and associate company
Econolite Control Products have introduced sophisticated video detection solutions for use in ITS.
The new solution, Autoscope® Terra™ was developed using the DaVinci™ technology of Texas
Instruments (TI). Two solutions, Autoscope Solo Terra and Autoscope RackVision Terra systems
are available to meet the requirements of different users.
Autoscope Terra products assist in monitoring and controlling traffic by processing video images
and converting them into high quality streaming mpeg-4 digital video. The videos converted are
digitally transmitted over the Internet to base stations to be viewed by traffic personnel. With the
introduction of the system at busy traffic intersections, and tunnels, incidents can be reported faster
with the system alerting the appropriate emergency responding agency. This results in reduced time
response, and improved efficiency for various enforcement agencies.

Traficon NV Introduces a Stand Alone, Multifaceted VIP-T box


Traficon introduced a stand alone and multifaceted automatic incident detection system, VIP-T
box. The fully functional feature of the system makes it unique with MPEG4 compatibility. The
new system offers the flexibility of a stand-alone system with the benefits of a networked system.
The system is specifically designed for busy roads and facilitates solutions in flow speed, inverse
direction, objects, pedestrians, presence detection, slow moving vehicles, smoke detection and
stopped vehicle detection.

Sirit Introduces Identity MaX in Europe


Sirit Inc introduced a European version of the company’s popular Identity MaX UHF RFID reader
to assist motorists with parking and related services. The system comes with inbuilt ‘Automatic
Vehicle Identification’ (AVI) feature that works excellently for single-lane traffic. The European
version operates in the 865 – 868 MHz band, and can be easily retrofitted to existing infrastructure
owing to its Power over Ethernet capabilities.

New Electronic Toll Collection System from Japanese Inventors


A group of inventors from Japan developed a new ETC (electronic toll collection) device for toll
road. The new device includes a vehicle sensor to detect an incoming ETC/non-ETC vehicle, and
an antenna that transmits radio signals. The incoming ETC vehicle is detected by noticing the radio
response to transmitted radio signal. If the radio response is not received for a transmitted radio
signal, then the vehicle is considered as a non-ETC vehicle.

Tele Atlas Provides Digital Maps to Egypt and Saudi Arabia


Tele Atlas further expanded its market reach by providing digital maps to Egypt and Saudi Arabia,
and thus increasing the number of countries that use these digital maps to 64. The inclusion of

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these two countries was immediately preceded by the company’s decision to provide map-related
coverage to South Africa and, Eastern and Central Europe. The clientele base of Tele Atlas is
widely spread across the globe. Tele Atlas is a company engaged in supplying digital maps that
easily integrate into diverse navigational systems.

2006

Siemens Introduces Traffic Signal Control Equipment, Sitraffic C900


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) introduced series of advanced traffic signal
control equipment, C900 family, an upgraded version of C800. The system allows control of upto
48 signal groups. The system comes with energy-saving 40-volt LED signal heads and runs on a
Linux PC with minimum processor speed of 266 Mhz.

Siemens Introduces Traffic Control System, Sitraffic Scala


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) introduced a first-of-its-kind traffic control
system, Sitraffic Scala, built on standards based technology platform. The cost-effective system
implements the complete functions of Traffic Management System and enables intelligent traffic
guidance to all the motorists. Sitraffic Scala is designed to withstand data redundancy and
duplication of data. The system has a unique map display unit that is powered by the GIS
(Geographical Information Systems).

Siemens Introduces Modular Tunnel Control Center


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) Launches modular tunnel control center,
Sitraffic ITCC (International Tunnel Control Center). The system has been developed with high
standards and is adaptable to most of the situations irrespective of national regulations. Sitraffic
ITCC is designed to control and optimize traffic automatically and also gives a choice of manual
control. In case of an accident the system is capable of analyzing the traffic and transmitting the
data to the control center and at the same time take necessary precautions to avoid further
damage.

Hertz Launches PlatePass™ Electronic Toll Technology


Hertz Corporation launched PlatePass™ electronic toll payment system in New York, permitting
renters to use high-speed E-Z Pass electronic toll collection lanes, thereby avoiding backups at
regular cash toll roads. The device allows renters to travel through the electronic lanes, and charge
toll amounts to their credit cards, without stopping for toll payment. American Traffic Solutions
Inc., a supplier of traffic management solutions, supports the PlatePass technology.

RouteMatch Introduces ITS Solution for Urban Transportation Providers


RouteMatch Software, Inc. introduced RouteMatch ITS product collection, that includes varied ITS
solutions, specifically developed for the public transportation providers who serve urban markets.
The company’s ITS solutions simplify the complications related to ITS, by offering a fully
integrated solution that is ready for implementation, and is guided by support staff.

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IPICO and Dyna Group Unveil Passive RFID Electronic Toll Collection System
IPICO, Inc. of Canada and Dyna Group SA of Argentina unveiled the passive Radio Frequency
Identification (RFID) system designed on the IP-X™ technology of IPICO, for electronic toll
collection in South America. Passive and active RFID systems are used in open lane tolling, for
reduction in traffic congestion, restricting excessive speeding, and combating crime.

Kyocera Wireless to Launch Active Nuclear Source Tool Alarm


Kyocera Wireless Corp. teamed up with International Road Dynamics (IRD), to launch Active
Nuclear Source Tool Alarm, a radiation tampering alarm system developed by the latter. The
system incorporates CDMA wireless communication system, and Kyocera 200 Module, and
safeguards vehicles transporting hazardous nuclear materials.
The alarm system meets the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) standards for safe
transportation of hazardous radioactive source materials; and is allowed for deployment with major
CDMA network carriers in North America, and other regional carriers across Canada and the US.

New On-Board Units from Q-Free


Q-Free ASA (Q-Free), a leading producer of automatic toll collection systems, launched new on-
board units under the brand name, QBU. The new units are offered in three versions -
communicative, autonomous, and receptive. The communicative QBU includes buttons, and
displays, and offers versatile services. The unit can function as a parking meter within the car. The
autonomous QBU allows the communication between roadside infrastructure and the car, and
enables the users to make payments for road tolls, petrol or parking lot fees. The version is
developed to assist drivers while traveling through congestion charging areas and tolling points.
The receptive QBU offers exceptional services. It enables vehicle users to insert a personalized
smart card to activate discount schemes/bonus or to access various other services.

Iteris Launches New Video Transmission Product for Traffic Surveillance


Iteris, Inc. launched a new video transmission system, under the brand name eAccess™. This
technology connects various cameras fixed in diverse locations to remote users by sending high
quality video. eAccess thereby enables both effective monitoring and controlling of traffic from a
single point thus, eliminating expenses related to fieldwork. Various latest and sophisticated
technologies went into the manufacture of eAccess.

INIT Offers Novel ITS Solutions


INIT offered an advanced ITS technology for various transportation companies that are engaged in
rendering public transportation services. These solutions of INIT that are available under the brand
name MOBILE, blends various software and hardware technologies in addressing various issues of
public transportation including fleet management, automated passenger counting and passenger
information, and ticketing in form of smart cards. This system has the ability to be used both as a
stand-alone unit, as well as a one that integrates into another system. In addition, MOBILE
constantly keeps providing relevant information to drivers that enable them to avoid congested
zones. Globally, many leading transportation companies have successfully implemented ITS system.

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Alpine Electronics Launches New Navigation Device
Alpine Electronics launched a unique portable navigation contraption that would go a long way in
easing traffic related woes. The brand new device - Alpine Blackbird, is equipped to constantly
receive traffic related updates from NAVTEQ Traffic RDS Service, encompassing 42 markets of
US. Based on this information, drivers have the convenience to choose their respective routes and
thereby enable them to avoid congested zones. As the device is a portable one, users have the
convenience of changing it from one car to another, as per their requirements. Blackbird is also
equipped with maps of USA and Canada, in addition to being fitted with a MP3 music system and
a LCD screen. A 90-day free trial offer is the special feature of this product, and after completion
of this duration, drivers can go for full-fledged purchase.

Citilog Launches Two New ITS Products


Citilog launched two novel products, MediaCity and Media TD, which successfully address two
diverse aspects of urban traffic. MediaTD processes images of traffic flow that are captured by a
camera, through its sophisticated software, and subsequently, relevant data is provided by this
system. The data gives reliable information pertaining to various aspects of traffic including speed,
occupancy and flow, which is highly useful for professionals like consultants, statisticians, traffic
engineers and city planners. The second product, MediaCity, essentially provides information
related to factors like pedestrians at crossings and quantity of vehicles present in a specific zone.
Based on this, drivers can plan their route of travel. Apart from that, MediaCity also plays a vital
role in regulation of traffic, as is evident from its efficient regulation of trams and cars on the busy
streets of Paris. Similar to MediaTD, this product is also equipped with sophisticated image
processing software.
Delphi Unveils New Portable Navigation System
Delphi Corporation launched its latest portable navigation system, NAV200, which is an effective
combination of various special features, in a single compact device. The contraption comes with
pre-loaded digital maps of the US, Canada, Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico. NAV200 is
accompanied by back-up DVD of map files and a LCD screen, and also gives voice-based
navigational directions to users. When the system is not being used for navigation, it plays the role
of an entertainer by enabling features like music system and movie player. Many latest and
sophisticated technologies have gone into NAV200, for making it a small tool that doesn’t
compromise on aspect of efficiency.
NAVTAQ Unveils New System for Mobile Networks
NAVTEQ unveiled its latest system, NAVTEQ Traffic Mobile™, which provides information
pertaining to average traffic speed, accidents and construction, and covers 67 major segments of
the US. The Traffic Mobile is supplied through mobile phone networks, and the software used in
this system is from Telmap, which ranks amongst leaders providing innovative solutions for mobile
mapping and navigation.
Nestor Traffic Systems Introduces New Video Product
Nestor Traffic Systems launched new product, VASCAR™ (Visual Average Speed Computation
and Recording), which records speeds of vehicles using various latest technologies. This enables

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authorities to easily identify drivers who exceed specified speed limits. The fact that recordings of
this particular device are even accepted as evidence in courts, with respect to concerned cases,
speaks volumes about efficiency of VASCAR.

Siemens VDO Launches Adaptive Cruise Control System


Siemens launched a latest adaptive cruise control (ACC) system that successfully tackles the
problems caused on account of poor visibility while driving, which is caused due to fog and rain.
The sophisticated technologies present in this system warn the drivers about the distance at which
the vehicle ahead is present, based on which they can decide about braking or decelerating.

Steria Launches New Traffic Supervision System


Steria launched a new system of traffic supervision at Swiss Canton of Zurich. Steria is a company
based in France, and engaged in providing solutions for management and regulation of rail, air and
road traffic.

Traficon Launches TrafiCam


Traficon launched its latest traffic surveillance camera and detector - TrafiCam, which is equipped
with just a single sensor. TrafiCam can be conveniently installed on any traffic signal, and is
designed to provide an aesthetic look. This is in response to preferences of modern-day consumers,
who, along with performance, are also keen on look of the product.

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RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

2008

M.Tech Pockets Dambach


German traffic technology group M.Tech Technologie und Beteiligungs AG (M.Tech AG), a
subsidiary of Swarco Holdings AG, acquired Dambach-Werke GmbH. The transaction strengthens
Swarco’s position in the German traffic market, in addition to complementing the product lines of
Swarco and its subsidiary Signalbau Huber. Dambach-Werke is a leading producer and supplier of
electronic traffic control systems in the country.
Magellan Partners with Primordial
Magellan formed partnership with Primordial Inc. to provide its customers with off-road routing on
a GPS device, which is capable of identifying natural and artificial obstructions. Primordial is a
global leading provider of off-road navigation through the flagship product, Ground Guidance®.
Iteris Wins Supply Contract for ITS Designs
Iteris Inc. received a contract worth US$0.9 million to deliver Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS) design services for I-15 Design-Build project of North Corridor Constructors (NCC). The
project involves expansion of the 5.5-mile long I-15 freeway between Craig Road in Las Vegas and
the US-95. The deal allows Iteris to take part in the project’s ITS improvements, including a
Communications System, Traffic Monitoring Sensors, Trailblazer Signs, Systems Integration and
Testing, and CCTV Surveillance Cameras.
The OHL Brasil Awards Contract to Telvent
The OHL Brasil construction company selected Telvent GIT S.A. for the supply, implementation
and start-up of the latter’s SmartToll system on three of the Brazilian federal highways. The
contract includes installation of 19 toll booths, three control centers, and 348 tollways, in addition
to Telvent’s SmartToll management software. The project worth more than €8 million is likely to
be completed within a year.
DRI Bags Order from WestCAT
DRI Corporation, through the subsidiary Digital Recorders Inc. (DR), obtained an order worth
US$0.55 million from the California based Western Contra Costa Transit Authority (WestCAT) for
the supply of intelligent transportation systems. As per the agreement, DR produces and delivers
Digital Recorders® automatic vehicle location system, Talking Bus® automatic voice annunciation
system and Otvia® software to WestCAT.

Telvent to Install Traffic Control System in Xinxiang


Telvent GIT S.A. announced plans to install an urban traffic control system in the city of Xinxiang
in China. The project worth more than €4 million is part of an agreement signed by the company
with Bureau of Public Safety of Xinxiang in 2004. Under the terms of the agreement, Telvent
would integrate the city’s electronic police system, the geographical information system (GIS), the
integrated assistance system, and the traffic signal control system during project execution.

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NPRA Awards Service and Maintenance Contract to Q-Free
Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) awarded a contract worth NOK 98 million to Q-
Free ASA to deliver maintenance and service for the AutoPASS infrastructure. Under the four-year
contract, Q-Free would provide corrective and precautionary service as well as maintenance for
over 26 systems.

INRIX Expands Partnership withTomTom Navigator


INRIX® extended its partnership with TomTom Navigator GPS to offer INRIX traffic information,
fuel pricing and incident alert services for TomTom portable navigation devices in the US through
Tom Tom Plus. INTRIX is one of the leading traffic flow information providers in the US, where
as TomTom ranks among the largest providers of navigation solutions worldwide.

2007

Odeco Acquires Addco


Odeco Electronica S.A., a Spanish maker of video screens, acquired the US based traffic control
systems manufacturer Addco Inc. The transaction helps Odeco to explore other business fields in
the US, with a focus on advertising panels.

Nokia to Take Over NAVTEQ


Nokia, the largest manufacturer of mobile devices in the world, agreed to acquire NAVTEQ for an
approximate US$8.1 billion. NAVTEQ is one of the leading providers of digital map information
for mobile navigation devices, government and business solutions, Internet-based mapping
applications, and automotive navigation systems. Post acquisition, NAVTEQ’s map data business
becomes a Nokia Group company. The deal is expected to reinforce Nokia’s location based services.

Telvent Pockets Caseta


Telvent GIT S.A., through the subsidiary Telvent Traffic North America Inc., acquired Caseta
Technologies Inc., a US based manufacturer and distributor of electronic toll collection systems.
The transaction helps Telvent consolidate position in supplying intelligent transport and electronic
toll collection systems in the US as well as international markets. Telvent GIT S.A. is a Global
RealTime IT Company based in Spain.

Atlantia to Acquire Stake in ETC


Atlantia SpA, through its US subsidiary Autostrade International US Holdings Inc., signed an
agreement to purchase 45% of Electronic Transaction Consultants Corporation (ETC) for US$27
million. The Texas-headquartered ETC is one of the leading providers of free flow electronic toll
collection systems.

IRD Buys 50% Stake in Xuzhou-PAT Control Technologies


International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD) purchased 50% stake in Xuzhou-PAT Control
Technologies Limited (XCPT) of China for CDN$4.5 million. Xuzhou Construction Machinery

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Group (XCMG), one of the largest manufacturers of construction machinery in China, holds the
remaining 50%. XCPT is a designer, manufacturer and service provider of high technology
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to the Chinese roadway infrastructure market.

Federal Signal Takesover PIPS


Federal Signal Corporation, in a move to enhance the company’s market for public safety and
security solutions, acquired a manufacturer of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) systems,
PIPS Technology for an estimated US$ 115 million.

Addco and Odeco Enters Partnership


Addco Inc., a US based manufacturer and distributor of work zone safety solutions and traffic
control equipment, formed partnership with Odeco Electronica S.A. of Spain. The deal expands
Addco’s product line, besides enhancing growth opportunities. Odeco Electronica, a part of the
global consortium specializing in traffic and LED technology, offers intelligent transportation
systems, fixed dynamic messaging signs and access panels in North America and Europe.

Total Traffic Network Expands Partnership with Inrix


Total Traffic Network, a part of Clear Channel Radio, extended partnership with Inrix Inc. to add
real-time traffic speed data from the latter’s Smart Dust Network. Total Traffic Network offers
real-time traffic information through broadcast media, Internet and portable navigation systems.
The deal enables Total Traffic Network to expand market for real time speed data. Intrix ranks
among the leading US providers of historical, real-time, and anticipated traffic information.

Western Systems to Distribute Iteris' Vantage® Product Line


Iteris Inc. selected Western Systems, a Washington based local distributor of signal and traffic
control systems, as a distributor for the company’s video vehicle detection devices under Vantage®
product line. Iteris is a leading provider of Intelligent Transportation Systems and vision related
technologies.

Telvent Wins Supply Contract for Road Safety Systems


Telvent GIT S.A. received a contract worth €5 million from the Chinese City of Bayannur Police
Department to provide road safety and traffic control systems to the latter. As per the agreement,
Telvent installs a computerized control center, which connects a variety of other systems installed
by Telvent, such as traffic flow supervision on the main roads, traffic monitoring and control
through cameras as well as traffic regularization and optimization at traffic lights.

ICx to Supply Enhanced Transportation Systems for I-15 Corridor in San Diego
ICx Technologies obtained a contract valued at US$1.57 million to expand the Reversible Lane
Control System (RLCS) on the San Diego’s Interstate 15 corridor. Under the terms of the
agreement, ICx Transportation, the Intelligent Transport Systems business of ICx Technologies,
provides improved technologies for the I-15 corridor’s extended Managed Lanes section. I-15
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RouteMatch Bags US$1.6 Million Contract from Rhode Island Public Transit Authority
RouteMatch Software, Inc (RouteMatch), an Atlanta based provider of technology and services in
the fields of transportation and logistics, bagged US$1.6 million contract from Rhode Island Public
Transit Authority (RIPTA) to provide an array of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
solutions. The development provides people with high-end traffic management, reduce
maintenance costs of transportation and also enable better service.
RouteMatch’s transportation solution consists of a GIS dependant paratransit scheduling
application, novel interactive voice response (IVR) and automated vehicle location/mobile data
communication (AVL/MDC) technologies. The system enables RIPTA in providing automation,
real-time scheduling and dispatching of vehicles, driver management, billing, reporting and
communication with drivers.
The RITPA human services transportation program, named RIde, provides transportation services
for disabled individuals, senior citizens, people with lesser incomes, and also Medicaid and ADA
transportation services.
Sam Houston Tollway Receives Approval
Sam Houston Toll way received approval for setting up of “Intelligent Transportation Systems”
(ITS). The development witnesses setting up of CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras, fiber-
optic cable and dynamic message signs worth US$ 20 million, out of which US$2 million is
contributed by the county, while the state department of transportation contributes the remaining
cost. Installation of ITS along stretches of the tollway enables the county to better manage the
increasing flow of traffic in the region. Commuters would be informed about traffic pileups along
the tollway, and would also be advised on alternatives through message signs. Installation of ITS
equipment is scheduled for completion by the end of 2009.
Nestor Traffic Systems Secures Public Safety Contract From Californian Province
Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, a prominent provider of Advanced Traffic Management Systems, secured
five-year contract from the Californian city of San Juan Capistrano in Orange County. The contract
involves the deployment of Nestor’s CrossGuard® red light traffic management solution across four
approaches, with plans for the addition of four new approaches. Nestor also assists the city to
transition from the existing solution provided by Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc. to the new system. The
project is expected to bring significant positive changes to the safety of pedestrians and motorists.
IRD Secures Work Zone Safety Contract Worth CAD $ 550,000
International Road Dynamics (IRD) secured work zone safety contract from Scott Bridge Company
and United Contractors Inc worth CAD$ 550,000 in the US. As per the terms of the contract, IRD
supplies, installs and operates Automated Portable Real-Time Workzone Information System on I-
20 and I-520 near Augusta, Georgia. IRD uses ADAPTIR™ technology, licensed from The
Scientex Corporation in this project.
Siemens to Install New Traffic Management System in Lithuania
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group expressed plans to install new Traffic
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project through a consortium with Eismas Ltd., Fima Ltd., and Hnit-Baltic GeoInfoservisas being
the other partners. The project, estimated at €7 million is scheduled for completion in the year
2008, eliminates traffic jams and improves traffic flow in the city. The system combines raw traffic
data gathered from sources to make it a completely refined, accurate and reliable data that helps
motorists, transportation agencies, fleet operators and traffic control centers to adapt to the existing
traffic or take the alternate route.
The system gathers information through standards based CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) and after
refining, transmits the same through SMS, e-mail, Internet, or traffic display panels. The system
also makes use of TMC (Traffic Message Channel) for broadcasting information through radio.

Nissan to Test New ITS Technology


Nissan Motors Co. Ltd (Nissan), announced plans to test a new Intelligent Transportation System
(ITS) for traffic management, which enables vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, designed
keeping in view the rising number of road accidents at intersections and easing the traffic
congestion. The test is expected to be conducted till March 2009.
Nissan would install an advanced traffic signal infrastructure at the Nissan Technical Centre in
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan and collect data from employee cars to practically test its efficiency
and limitations.
The test would be carried out at select stretches of the road within the Nissan Technical Centre where
the company employees frequently drive. The ITS architecture includes standard traffic lights as well
as roadside optical beacons linked to an advanced traffic light system. Data from the vehicles and the
traffic lights would be computed by the advanced traffic light system. The test does not entail any
modifications to in-vehicle systems but the company has equipped cars of participating employees
with Vehicle Information and Communications System units for obtaining additional data.
Steria to Expand Taxi Management System at London’s Heathrow Airport
Steria, a France based IT services provider, secured a contract from the British Airport Authority
(BAA) to install and maintain taxi management system at London Heathrow Airport’s new
Terminal 5. The project scheduled to open in the first half of the year 2008, enables the airport
authority systematically control and track taxi services. The BAA awarded the project, owing to
satisfactory performance of Steria’s Taxi management system at terminals 1 to 4 at the airport. The
terminal 5-taxi management system is planned and designed specifically to cater to the heavy rush
expected during the 2012 London Olympics.
TransCore Chosen by Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission to Upgrade Toll System
Transcore Inc. secured a contract from the Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission to upgrade the
existing 24-lane Toll Collection System and toll plazas on the two bridges operated by the
commission. As per the terms of the contract, TransCore would replace all the lane controllers;
install new automatic vehicle identification (AVI) systems in all the lanes, and video detection
systems in select lanes. The company would also build a new network that would connect all the
lanes, plazas, host, and workstations, and would also install host servers and applications, and new
plaza. The company would also install new touch-screen terminals, and receipt printers in attended
lanes. The upgradation is scheduled for completion by mid 2008.

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Siemens Consortium Secures Largest UTC Project in China
A consortium led by Siemens Limited China Industrial Solutions and Services (SLC I&S) secured
a contract to install the largest Urban Traffic Control (UTC) system in the city of Wuhan in China.
The total estimated cost of installing the system is about €7.9 million. The project has been
awarded by the Wuhan Urban Construction Utilization on behalf of the Wuhan Traffic Police. As
per the terms of the contract, the consortium installs CCTV cameras, traffic detection systems, and
traffic lights at about 420 junctions in Wuhan. The project also involves the deployment of
advanced communication systems linking the main control center with 2 sub-centers in Wuhan.
Apart from SLC I&S; other members of the consortium include Siemens AG, Siemens
International Trading, Ltd. Shanghai (SITL), and Wuhan E-Fly Technology Co., Ltd. The project is
scheduled for completion in early 2009.

SpeedInfo Installs Sensors on Nebraska Highways


SpeedInfo Inc. installed about 70 Doppler radar sensors to provide information for travelers under
the state’s 511 Traveler Information System. The company signed a contract with the Nebraska
Department of Roads (NDOR) for providing real time traffic data. The installation of the 70
sensors is part of the first phase of the project, along highways, bridges, tunnels and motorways in
Nebraska. The move comes after NDOR plannned to relieve the traffic congestion in the state. The
second phase of the project covers the state’s highways and important routes. The project involves
deployment of the sensors along I-80, I-480, I-680, I-75, I-6 and US Highway 77, and enables
NDOR to better manage traffic.

Iteris Appoints Western Systems as New Distribution Partner


Iteris, Inc, a maker of Intelligent Transportation systems (ITS), appointed Western Systems, a
supplier of traffic control and signal systems, as the company’s distributor for the Vantage line
of video vehicle detection products in the Pacific Northwest region, including Alaska, Idaho,
Oregon, Montana, and Washington in the US. The development enables Iteris to introduce new
products in the region at a faster pace. Iteris also benefits from Western Systems’ goodwill in
the region.

Siemens Secures Contract for Traffic Control Systems in Switzerland


The Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group secured a supply and installation contract for
Traffic Control Systems (TCS) from the Swiss canton of St. Gallen. The contract worth €5.7
million involves installation of computer systems to monitor and gather traffic information at five
tunnels and 96 all-lane display panels on the public freeway. The contract, scheduled to finish in
the first quarter of 2009, would significantly reduce traffic congestion, accidents and ensure a safe
and smooth drive.

Siemens Completes Traffic Control System Project in Turkey


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services’ (I&S) Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) division
completed the installation of traffic control system at Nefise-Akçelik tunnel, the longest tunnel in
Turkey. Siemens completed the project at a cost of about €17.5 million. The project includes

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camera monitoring equipment with video detection system, fire protection equipment, lighting,
power distribution system, radio systems, traffic guidance systems, tunnel control center and
ventilation. The system and solution is built to monitor and automatically make any changes in
terms of air quality, and lighting, and also includes firefighting equipment. Commuters can be
informed about the traffic conditions through variable message signboards and 252 loudspeakers in
the tunnel.
RouteMatch Users receive MSAA Funding
RouteMatch Software Inc users, Kentucky based Paducah Area Transit System and South
Carolina’s Lower Savannah Council of Government, have been selected for funding of Mobility
Services for All Americans (MSAA) initiative. The two transportation providers were chosen
based on their adaptation of the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) designed by RouteMatch
Software and for providing advanced coordinated human service transportation systems.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) launched the MSAA initiative to recognize and
fund a transportation system that strives for human excellence.
Nestor Secures Traffic Management Contract from the Cities of Hudson and Corrigan
US based Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, secured a 3-year contract for implementation of Automated
Traffic Management Systems from the Cities of Hudson and Corrigan in Texas. As per the terms of
the contract, Nestor would install, maintain and operate CrossingGuard® automatic red light traffic
management solution at 3 approaches in Hudson, and 2 approaches in Corrigan, Texas.
Additionally, Nestor would supply the PoliScanSpeed™ scanning LiDAR Technology enabled
innovative mobile speed unit for speed control in Hudson.
IRD Receives WIM Contract from Zignego
Canada based International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD) received a contact to supply, install,
maintain Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) equipment from Wisconsin, US based Zignego Company, Inc.
The total cost of the project is estimated at about Canadian $1.4 million. The Automated Safety
and Weight Enforcement Facility enables Zignego to prescreen commercial trucks at highway
speeds in the main lanes of the highway. Additionally installation of the equipment allows
routing as well as tracking of vehicles safely through the Weigh Station. As part of the contract,
IRD installs the company’s proprietary Single Load Cell WIM Scales, vehicle movement
compliance system, video verification system, and software required to operate the facility.
Installation of the WIM system enables truckers complying with weight restrictions to pass the
facility without having to stop.

Imtech Acquires Peek Traffic


Imtech NV, a technical services provider in the Netherlands and Belgium, acquired Peek Traffic
Holdings Limited, an intelligent mobile traffic solutions provider in the European countries of
Croatia, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom.
Siemens Secures Key Contract from Sharjah
Siemens secured key contract from the Middle Eastern emirate of Sharjah for the supply,
installation and maintenance of Traffic management systems and solutions. The main focus is on

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equipping the city with Siemens’ Comet, PC SCOOT, and ST800 Traffic controllers. The
development is part of the strategy to contain the growing number of accidents along with the
growing movement of vehicles on the city’s roads.

Siemens Secures Traffic Management System Contract in Bangkok


Siemens Industrial Solutions & Services Group (I&S) secured an installation, supply and
maintenance contract for Toll Collection, Traffic Control and Communication Systems in Bangkok
from Thailand’s Expressway & Rapid Transit Authority. The project worth €6.3 million is
scheduled for completion by the year 2008, and would reduce traffic congestion and enhance
traffic flow. As part of the project, the company would supply, install and maintain CCTV video
camera system, emergency telephone system, fiber optic communications network, traffic
computer and variable message signs on the expressway.

Citilog Equips New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge With Traffic Management System
Citilog installed video-based Traffic Incident Detection, an Advanced Traffic Management System
on New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge. The system monitors the flowing traffic on 6 lanes of the
bridge, and assists in alerting Traffic enforcement center incase of any mishap resulting in traffic
congestion. The 3-mile long bridge runs between the Bronx and Queens witnesses traffic to the
tune of about 105,000 vehicles every day. The move significantly reduces the response time for
concerned authorities to attend to incident victims, saving many lives and ensuring a smooth flow
of traffic.

SpeedInfo Installs new Traffic Flow Solution in Washington D.C.


US based SpeedInfo Inc installed about 50 SpeedInfo Doppler radar based sensors to measure the
traffic speed on the roads in Washington D.C. The main focus is on the Interstate 295 and 395
where the tests are conducted for emergency signal timing pattern and emergency transportation
communication protocol. SpeedInfo monitors and record the traffic data that can be of significant
use in traffic flow measurement. The company provides the data free to the Department of
Transportation, in exchange for roadside space to install the equipment.

ItraMAS Launches National Traffic Control Center


ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd launched National Traffic Control Centre (NTCC) that combines all
privatized Malaysian highway networks, and is responsible for traffic control and surveillance
functions on these roads. The control center has been established as part of the Malaysian Highway
Authority (MHA)/ Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM)’s initiative to provide real-time traffic
information to commuters through various means such as variable message boards, SMS, MMS,
and the internet.

Transdyn Secures Contract from the City of Melbourne


Transdyn secured a contract from the Transurban’s CityLink Melbourne Limited (CML) to install
and maintain the CityLInk road network’s traffic and plant operations. The contract includes the
design and building of Central computer system, DYNAC™, to manage the 22-kilometre CityLink
automated tollway in Melbourne. The Enterprise Server Software suite, DYNAC™, assists in

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monitoring City Link’s access control, electrical distribution, electronic message signs, emergency
telephones, environmental systems, fire detection, lighting, motorist advisory radios, vehicle
detectors, ventilation, video cameras, weigh-in-motion and counting stations.

Siemens Secures Contract in Prague for Traffic Modernization


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group secured traffic modernization contract in Prague.
The contract entails installation of traffic control centers and integrating them with the central
traffic computer in all the ten zones of the city.
The city of Prague’s technical municipal authority, Technicka Sprava Komunikaci and Siemens
and Eltodo EG’s joint venture, Eltodo Dopravni Systemy S.R.O. would jointly execute the €156
million contract that would be completed over a period of 15 years.

TransCore Secures Contract for Traffic Monitoring System from Californian City
TransCore Inc. secured a contract from the Santa Rosa, California to install a real-time traffic
monitoring system. The move would witness implementation of famous adaptive traffic control
technology, SCATS, along the 2.5-mile length of College Avenue upgrading nine intersections.
The adaptive traffic management system is expected to reduce traffic bottlenecks in the city, which
witnesses uneven traffic flow rate depending on the flow of tourists.

Siemens Chosen to Deliver Traffic Management Solution to Havering


Siemens secured a contract to deliver traffic management solution to the London Borough of
Havering for reducing congestion, roadblocks, accidents, and ensuring a smooth flow of traffic.
The development entails installation of Siespace System and 16 Variable Message signs that
provide motorists with car park and travel information.

Iteris Secures ITS Contract Worth US$1.25 Million in California


Iteris Inc, a prominent global supplier of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), secured US$ 1.25
million contract from the City of Westminster, California. The contract involves design and
integration of some existing ITS infrastructure as well as new addition of new equipment. Iteris
would replace about 58 traffic signal controllers, 13 CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras, and
12 new video detection locations, and design of about 8 miles of fiber optic cable. Additionally,
Iteris integrates the filed devices and the Traffic Management Center.

Nestor Secures Automated Red Light Solution Contract From Texas City of Diboll
Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, secured a 2-year contract from the city of Diboll, Texas to provide
the company’s CrossGuard® red light traffic management solution including the maintenance
service.

NAVTEQ Acquires Traffic.com


NAVTEQ acquired Traffic.com, Inc., a company involved in offering personalized traffic
information for drivers for a consideration of about US$179 million.

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Diboll Enters into a 2-year Contract with Nester Traffic
Texas based company, Diboll entered into a 2-year contract with Nestor Traffic Systems, for
implementation of the latter’s Crossing Guard® red light enforcement solution at all major
crossings and intersections of Texas.
Tele Atlas and MCH GeoPoints Enter into Partnership Agreement
Tele Atlas and MCH GeoPoints entered into an agreement concerning integration of technology.
As per this agreement, data of MCH GeoPoints is integrated into digital maps of Tele Atlas, which
enables various organizations and institutions like utility and insurance companies, to have ready
access to important information pertaining to their respective fields of activity. GeoPoints’ unique
database, places2protect™, which provides vital information related to various relevant institutions,
will be blended into digital maps of Tele Atlas.
TransCore Secures New Contract
TransCore secured a contract for deploying the technologies on a 2.5-mile stretch, encompassing
nine intersections. The technology is termed as SCATS (Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic
System), which is technically enabled to alter signal timings, based on volume of traffic. Globally,
well over 20,000 busy intersections are now managed by SCATS, with corresponding figure for the
US being, about 900 intersections.
NAVTEQ Enters into a Contract with Uniden America
NAVTEQ entered into a contract with Uniden America Corporation for supply of digital maps that
are used in Uniden’s personal navigation devices (PNDs). NAVTEQ preloads these devices with
maps of Canada and the US, and the contraption is equipped with unique user-friendly features like
voice-based instructions and rapid map processing. In addition, it’s a sleek and compact device that
enables portability. The device is also featured with a technologically sophisticated LCD screen.
Apart from Uniden, NAVTEQ supplies these PNDs to many other institutions and departments, in
both the US and Canada.

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Citilog Supplies Smart SunGuide with Intelligent Video Surveillance


Citilog supplied Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) to the Traffic Management Center (TMC),
SMART SunGuide in Florida in the US. Citilog’s ITS uses the images and videos captured by the
installed CCTVs on the highways, motorways, bridges and tunnels to give a precise picture and
situation of the traffic at any given point of time. The system, incase of an emergency, alerts the
concerned authorities to provide better incident management, productivity, dispatch, response time
and safety.
Shah Capital Acquires Thales Navigation
An investment group headed by Shah Capital Partners acquired Thales Navigation to form a new
company - Magellan, which has many innovative navigational products to its credit. Tudor Group,
Consolidated Press Holdings, Galleon Group, Eli Broad and AIG SunAmerica, are the other
partners in this transaction, which was valued at $170 million.

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NAVTEQ Acquires Map Network
NAVTEQ acquired The Map Network for a cash consideration of about $37.5 million. The Map
Network’s field of activity is almost similar to one of NAVTEQ, and now the latter can fully utilize
capabilities of the former, in reinforcing its own business and quality of products.

Telvent GIT SA Takes Over PB Farradyne


Telvent GIT S.A. of Spain took control over the assets of the US-based ITS company, PB
Farradyne (Farradyne); and operates the combined company under the name Telvent Farradyne.
The move is a part of Telvent’s strategy to expand its transportation and traffic business, globally,
and to gain from widespread growth opportunities. The acquisition brings in a professional team
that serves both public and private clientele, including local/regional transportation agencies, state
transportation departments, and the Federal Highway Administration. Besides, the acquisition
enhances Telvent’s Traffic IT platform, and offer long-term growth potential.

NAVTEQ Acquires gedas MapIT


NAVTEQ, a major supplier of digital maps for location-based solutions and vehicle navigation,
acquired gedas MAPIT, Mexico’s leading digital map provider. The coverage of NAVTEQ® digital
map is enhanced through this acquisition, which also provides effective domestic base for future
growth. The acquisition facilitates gedas MapIT to supply geographic product for customers in
Mexico in reply to the customer’s demands for extensive coverage including boundaries, street
names, geometry and demographic data all over Mexico.

Extreme CCTV Acquires Forward Vision CCTV


Extreme CCTV Inc acquired Forward Vision CCTV Ltd for a consideration of C$10 Million. The
development enables Extreme CCTV to offer a wide portfolio of products with enhanced
performance and functionality for the critical surveillance projects across the globe.

HTA Partners with Cendant Car Rental Group


Highway Toll Administration, LLC (HTA) signed a partnership deal with Cendant Car Rental
Group, Inc., a part of Cendant Corporation, to install electronic toll collection systems on
Cendant’s vehicles in E-ZPass region, including bridges, tolls, and tunnels in Virginia, Maine,
Illinois, and the SunPass toll collection device in Florida. The purpose of the deal is to install E-
Zpass/SunPass program in Avis and Budget sites in almost all parts of the nation, where electronic
toll collection devices are used.

Image Sensing Systems Supplies ITS Related Equipment


Image Sensing Systems, Inc., through its subsidiary, Flow Traffic Ltd., supplied ITS related
equipment for installation of 192 Autoscope Rack Vision Video Detection Systems at Seoul Traffic
Management Center, South Korea. The system effectively records both speed and volume of
traffic. The system is useful to the road users in calculating the journey times and traffic related
information. Earlier, the company installed about 235 Autoscope RackVision systems to the
Korean Highway Corporation and this new supply brings the total to 427 Autoscope Systems. This
new installation further reinforces the company’s presence in the South Korean market.

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INIT Enters into an Agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York
INIT entered into an agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York for
effective implementation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The new system - Automatic
Vehicle Location and Monitoring (AVLM) provides both wireless communications network, as
well as Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS). The system is equipped with a graphical screen
that enables drivers to view map of the route that they plan to travel, in addition to providing two-
way messaging facility between driver and command center. These facilities ensure that congested
zones are avoided. AVLM also enables recording of mileage and passenger details, in addition to
providing both audio and visual-based navigational support.
Mark IV and ETC Enter into Partnership Deal
Mark IV Industries and Electronic Transactions Consultants (ETC) entered into a partnership
agreement for installing Open Road Tolling (ORT) at 20 mainline plazas of Illinois Tollway and
offering 85 ORT lanes.
V-Traffic Enters into Partnership with Masternaut
V-Traffic and Masternaut entered into a partnership agreement for implementation of Intelligent
Transportation System (ITS). The partnership between the companies is aimed at providing
effective solutions to various traffic-related issues. Masternaut will utilize the pertinent information
provided by V-Traffic, for rendering efficient services to its customers. V-Traffic studies data from
about 24,000 vehicles and provides relevant information to Masternaut. The Floating Car Dated
(FCD) Technology of the latter is used for this study.
V-Traffic Collaborates with University Paul Sabatier
V-Traffic and University Paul Sabatier entered into a collaboration agreement. This collaboration
enables analysis of traffic-related issues with a statistical perspective, which assists V-Traffic in
coming out with ITS services and solutions conforming to exemplary standards.

NAVTEQ Secures Contract from Primus Geographics


NAVTEQ received a contract from Primus Geographics for supply of map data. The data of
NAVTEQ will be used to power both open source portfolio Explorer geocoder software and SRC’s
portfolio Guzzler drive time engine. This data successfully addresses limitations imposed by
previous maps.
NAVTEQ Enters into Licensing Agreement with LandSonar
NAVTEQ and LandSonar entered into a licensing agreement, which enables NAVTEQ to gain
rights over LandSonar product - LandSonar Predictive Speed (LPS™), which predicts speed on
road network of the US. LPS provides enhanced benefits with respect to precise route plan and
journey time estimation.

Q-Free Secures Contract for Deploying Toll System on Tamar Bridge


Q-Free secured a contract for implementing its sophisticated toll system on Tamar Toll Bridge. As
per this contract, valued at about NOK 3 million, Q-Free supplies OBUs (On Board Units) to the
UK’s market, for installation on Tamar toll bridge, Plymouth.

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EFKON USA and Sirit Enter into Partnership Deal
EFKON USA and Sirit entered into a partnership agreement with respect to toll technologies. As
per this partnership agreement, the 21-based toll tag technology of Sirit would be utilized by
EFKON for its latest toll products. The 21-based toll tag will be used as a platform for effective
functioning of these technologies. The agreement also conferred selling rights on EFKON, with
respect to some products of Sirit.

SpeedInfo Secures Contract from MTC


SpeedInfo secured a contract from San Francisco Metropolitan Commission (MTC) for supplying
real-time traffic flow data. The sensors of SpeedInfo function round the clock and records speeds
of traffic well over million times a day. This enables concerned departments to respond quickly, in
situations like heavy traffic congestion and accidents. SpeedInfo is a company based in the US, and
ranks among leaders in providing traffic sensor technologies and real-time traffic data networks.

Tele Atlas Signs Licensing Agreement with MapIT


TeleAtlas and MapIT entered into an agreement for jointly providing coverage of digital maps to
seven African countries - South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and
Mozambique. Growing popularity of South African region as a destination for tourists increased
the necessity of digital maps, and led TeleAtlas to initiate this agreement.

TeleAtlas Enters into an Agreement with Beijing Changdi Youhao


Tele Atlas entered into a distribution agreement with Beijing Changdi Youhao Mapping
Technologies Co., Ltd, for providing comprehensive map coverage to 337 cities of China. This
bestows a leadership position to TeleAtlas in the region, with respect to zones covered by digital
maps.

Tele Atlas Collaborates with WindSpring


Tele Atlas and WindSpring Inc. entered into a collaboration agreement for marketing Data
Miniaturization Technology (DMT) ™ of the latter. This technology will also be integrated into
digital maps of Tele Atlas for further enhancing their standards. For this purpose, there is no
necessity to upgrade existing hardware and storage systems, as is the case with integration of most
of other technologies. DMT converts large map and data files into Micro Data Format (MDF)™,
without affecting the quality and quantity of content. This is highly useful for integrating them into
smaller devices like personal navigation systems and mobile phones.
Tele Atlas and PT Navindo Enter into a Joint Venture Agreement
Tele Atlas and PT Navindo Technologies entered into a joint venture agreement, resulting in
formation of another entity, PT Tele Atlas Indonesia. This agreement is essentially targeted at
providing a highly precise digital map database in Indonesia.
Image Sensing Systems Joins Forces with Wavetronix
Image Sensing Systems (ISS), Inc. joined forces with Wavetronix LLC, to co-brand and
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ISS Europe Ltd (ISS Subsidiary), through its widespread distribution network, delivers
Autoscope SmartSensor, and Wavetronix Command™ range of appliances to the European
transportation market. The addition of Autoscope SmartSensor enables ISS Europe Ltd, the
integration of advanced video detection technologies with the Digital Wave Radar technology of
Wavetronix.

Zeus Technology Enters into Partnership with Itlog


Zeus Technology, an application specific traffic management software provider, entered into a
partnership with Itlog, a supplier of IT management applications. As per the deal, Itlog distributes
Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager (ZETM) to medium to large Brazilian organizations, providing
the latest Application Delivery Controller (ADC). The partnership allows Itlog to gain from Zeus’
flexible software in creating an inclusive solution for traffic management, and application
acceleration, and offer it either as a service or a project.

Inrix Enters into Agreement with TeleNav


Inrix Inc. entered into an agreement with TeleNav, Inc., to deliver traffic data to the latter for
offering GPS navigation service on the mobile phones. TeleNav is the first US Company to
introduce mobile phone based GPS navigation systems. TeleNav GPS Navigator™ with GPS
navigation service provides automatically updated business locations/maps, Wi-Fi hotspot finder,
speech recognition, moving maps, lowest price fuel finder, and many more. The latest addition to
TeleNav GPS Navigator, TeleNav Traffic™ feature GPS-enabled on-screen and voice navigation
service with quick traffic notification, and single click rerouting functionality. TeleNav Traffic is
primarily offered on select mobile phones, and is developed to monitor traffic regularly, and alert
users about incidents and slowdowns all along their routes.
TeleNav Traffic™ include Inrix’s Smart Dust Network that comprise traffic-related information
gathered from nearly 250 private/public sources, including conventional road sensors, and statistics
from Clear Channel Total Traffic Network. The Traffic Fusion Engine from Inrix uses advanced
statistical methods to combine, aggregate, and improve traffic-related data, and ensures high
accuracy of road speeds, and road coverage.

Iteris Bags Five-Year Contract from FHWA


Iteris Inc bagged a five-year highway administration contract from the Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA). As per the contract, Iteris operates as a part of the Booz Allen Hamilton
team, a technology consulting company, wherein Iteris offers key technical aid and support for the
intelligent transportation systems. The technical support offered by Iteris facilitates in reduction of
recurring and non-recurring congestion, improving transportation management, enhancing freight
operations and management as well as improving day-to-day operations.

Telvent Enters into Contract with Transportation Departments


Telvent Farradyne Inc, traffic business of Telvent GIT S.A., entered into a US$12 million traffic
contract with Virginia Department of Transportation (VDoT). Under the terms of the contract,
Telvent provides expertise, services and operations personnel for VDoT’s Northern Virginia based
Smart Traffic Center, for a period of five years.

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Besides, the company entered into a traffic contract worth US$4 million with Missouri Department
of Transportation, to offer operational support for the Gateway Guide traffic management system
located in St. Louis, Missouri. As per the deal, Telvent provides operations supervisor, and system
operators for a period of four years. Additionally, the company offers training on advanced
standard operating procedures, incident management techniques, and operational techniques of an
enhanced Traffic Management Center.

TransCore Bags Contract to Implement Traffic Control Technology


TransCore received a contract for the instigation of adaptive traffic control technology to reduce
traffic congestion and backups in the City of Santa Rosa, California. The company is the US-
based reseller of Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS), with real-time
operating features designed to modify signal timing based on the traffic changes. SCATS is one
of the most broadly deployed adaptive traffic control devices in the market, with over 20,000
intersections globally, and nearly 900 intersections in the US. The system measures traffic by
using video detection equipment fixed inside the road pavement, and adjusts traffic flows by
altering the timing of signal lights at various junctions. This results in abridged travel times and
traffic congestions.

Intermap Inks Letter of Intent with Tele Atlas


Intermap Technologies Corporation in conjunction with Tele Atlas North America, Inc inked a
letter of Intent for the development of 3-D and 2-D digital road maps. The digital road maps
intended for vehicle navigation segment, is a combination of Intermap’s 3-D NEXTMap data along
with the 2-D road data of Tele Atlas.

RouteMatch Software Bags ITS Technology Solution Contract


RouteMatch Software, Inc., a leading provider of logistics and transportation technologies and
services, bagged an ITS (intelligent transportation systems) technology solution contract. As per
the contract RouteMatch provides its RouteMatch TS™ paratransit software to the City of Corona
situated in California. The RouteMatch TS™ software is a computer aided dispatching and
passenger registration system comprising of highly advanced vehicle mapping and geographic
information system.

ItraMas Alliances with AdvancedInformation Technology


ItraMas, a leading provider of intelligent transportation systems in Malaysia, entered into a joint
venture with AdvancedInformation Technology Plc to provide several light emitting diodes and
intelligent transportation systems based products, services and solutions in Thailand.

INIT Secures CAD$35 Million Contract


INIT Innovation In Transportation Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of INIT Innovation in Traffic
Systems AG, North America, bagged a contract worth CAD$35 million from TransLink, the
transportation authority in Vancouver. As per the contract, INIT provides TransLink with several
intelligent transportation and electronic management systems including the state of the art GPS,
digital private mobile voice and data radio systems and Windows XP based on board computers.

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Intermap Enters into Agreement with Several German Automotive Manufacturers
Intermap Technologies Corporation entered into a development contract with several Germany
based automotive manufacturers wherein, as per the contract, Intermap provides the manufacturers
with the company’s NEXTMap 3-D road data geospatial databases for enhancing the vehicle
engine control in Germany’s intelligent transportation systems segment.

ObjectVideo Alliances with CTI’s Video Convergence


ObjectVideo® entered into a partnership with Video Convergence (VC) for enabling the installation
of ObjectVideo’s Object Video OnBoard® (intelligence video surveillance) into VC’s Intelligent
Transportation and Surveillance (ITS) solutions. VC’s partnership with Object Video is in order to
focus primarily on waxing the companies’ product range with the integration of Intelligent
Analysis to companies’ surveillance and interactive video security solutions. ObjectVideo’s
intelligent video surveillance software offers automated, identification, real-time detection, safety
incidents and issues, analysis and tracking of potential threats.

Telvent Signs Deal with Computer Sciences Corporation


Telvent Farradyne, traffic business of Telvent GIT S.A., signed a US$22 million contract with
Computer Sciences Corporation. As per the deal, Telvent Farradyne offers its smart transportation
systems expertise to develop software for Maryland State Highway Administration ITS, and
Computer Sciences Corporation would carry out the systems development, deployment, testing and
integration.
Additionally, Telvent Farradyne offers professional and technical services to Coordinated
Highways Action Response Team (CHART) system, a new transportation management system of
Maryland State Highway Administration. The CHART system offers traveler information,
including average vehicle speed, incident reports, weather reports, delays, and other variable
details, apart from real-time traffic information.

WWT Bags Order from Arizona Department of Transportation


World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT), bagged a contract from Arizona Department of
Transportation (ADOT) to provide wireless equipment and services to state government entities,
universities, political subdivisions, and schools in Arizona. The multi-year, statewide contract
forms a part of ADOT’s wireless communications project, to provide ITS and a traffic signal for
homeland security and transportation applications.

Raytheon Receives a Contract from Florida Turnpike


Raytheon Co received a US$229 million contract from Florida Turnpike Enterprise, to deliver
electronic toll collection system. The deal includes technology for open-road tolling, and a central
processing device, and audit system. The Florida Turnpike Enterprise operates toll road systems in
different parts of Florida.

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FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS

Developers of Key Enabling Technologies

ADDCO LLC (US)


ADDCO LLC, a part of Imago Group of Spain, is a leading company engaged in providing
industrial products and traffic management products and solutions. The company is also a leading
provider of portable intelligent transportation systems (ITS) solutions and services to several
intelligent transportation systems, traffic management and work zone safety markets. The
company’s ITS based solutions include Flex Trailer, SmartQueue™ - Queue detection system,
SmartMerge™ - an innovative lane merge system, SmartZone®, SmartFLOW and SmartEye™ - a
portable video surveillance system.
ADDCO’s traffic management products and solutions include portable ITS platforms, dynamic
message signs, traffic management software, portable traffic signs and smart traffic solutions.
Major customers of the company include consulting engineers, contractors, DOT officials, planners
and several other traffic control and barricade companies. Industrial products of the company
include electric remote control, hand controls, latches, joysticks and actuators.

ARINC Incorporated (US)


ARINC Inc., a portfolio company of Carlyle Group, is a global leading provider of transportation
communications and systems engineering. The company develops and operates information
processing systems and communications, in addition to offering systems engineering and
integration solutions to a variety of industries. ARNIC’s products and services find application in
airports, aerospace and defense, aviation, government, healthcare, networks, security, and
transportation sectors. ARINC was established in 1929.

Image Sensing Systems Inc. (US)


Image Sensing Systems Inc., established in 1984, is a global leader in systems applying video
imaging expertise in the field of freeway incident detection, advanced traffic management systems,
and traffic data collection. The company’s Autoscope® line of computer enabled detection (CED)
products help in easing traffic congestion and enhance roadway planning. Autoscope® wide area
video vehicle detection solution gathers traffic data as well as speed, roadway occupancy, volume,
headways, ramp queue lengths and vehicle classification. Image Sensing’s Systems are deployed
for maritime, railway and aviation traffic monitoring and security communication operations in
about 60 countries worldwide.

INIT Innovation In Traffic Transportation Systems, AG (Germany)


INIT Innovation In Traffic Systems, AG, a wholly owned subsidiary of INIT GmbH, is a global
provider of electronic fare collection systems and telematics solutions and services for public
transport. The company is also engaged in developing, manufacturing, installing and
maintenance of integrated hardware and software services and solutions for several transportation
companies.

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INIT’s telematics software and services products include PROservice, MOBILEreports,
MOBILEstatistics, MOBILEartist and MOBILEforms services. Mobile telematics systems
provided by the company include INFOS – Infrared location support system, LISA – traffic signal
priority system, COPILOT – onboard computer systems, PRESSit – mobile data terminal,
MOBILE-TLI – data network controller and PIDmobil – on board passenger information display
system. The company’s electronic payment system products include DATAstation, TOUCHcoin,
TOUCHmobil, TOUCHstation, EVENDportable and EVENDintegral.

Magellan Navigation Inc. (US)


Magellan Navigation Inc. is a pioneer in the survey, consumer, GIS and OEM GPS positioning and
navigation markets. Magellan is an innovator of award-winning products that include Magellan
eXplorist™ outdoor handheld navigation devices, Magellan® RoadMate™ series portable car
navigation systems, the Hertz NeverLost® car navigation system and ProMark™, a single frequency
GPS survey product. Other major products of the company are Magellan Maestro series in the
vehicle navigation market, and Magellan CrossoverGPS series in the GPS product category. The
company also offers GPS related software, maps and accessories.
Thales Navigation was renamed as Magellan in 2006, subsequent to the acquisition of the former
company by a private equity firm, Shah Capital Partners. Other partners involved in this
transaction included Consolidated Press Holdings, Eli Broad, Tudor Group, AIG SunAmerica
and Galleon Group. Prior to the acquisition, Thales Navigation was a leading developer and
provider of GPS based navigation and guidance equipment for both the consumer and the OEM
markets.

MARK IV IVHS (Canada)


MARK IV IVHS, a business segment of MARK IV Industries Corp., develops dedicated Short-
Range Communication (DSRC) equipment that finds application in ITS field such as electronic toll
collection and commercial vehicle operations (e.g. automated weigh station bypass). Highway, toll,
turnpike, tunnel and bridge authorities also utilize the devices for enabling the functioning of
intelligent transportation systems. The company, operating across 17 countries worldwide, was the
first to apply DSRC technology to electronic weigh station bypass/CVO programs. Mark IV IVHS
is the largest provider of radio frequency based transponder devices for ETC systems to the
Northeastern United States. E-Zpass™ system uses transponders of Mark IV and by far represents
the biggest and successful ITS execution programs in the world. Other end use segments of Mark
IV’s transponders are intelligent vehicle highway systems, vehicle mapping systems, railroad and
mass transit information systems, video displays for transportation and fixings and Information
Display Products.
Mark IV IVHS also played a crucial role in Canada’s Highway 407, which is the world’s first non-
stop all electronic toll-road. Mark IV IVHS is designing T3, a tag that integrates three DSRC
protocols in one transponder for providing commercial vehicles the facility for interoperability on
electronic toll roads across North America. Besides, the company also unveiled a prototype smart
card transponder system called Smart Fusion for facilitating the transition from electronic-
commerce to mobile-commerce. In 2008, an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners Inc. acquired Mark IV
Industries. As a result, MARK IV IVHS became a portfolio company of Sun Capital Partners.

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NAVTEQ Corporation (US)
NAVTEQ Corporation, formerly Navigation Technologies, is a provider of real-time digital route
guidance map databases to commuters in North America and Europe. NAVTEQ’s high precision
digital map database comprises of comprehensive information on vehicle routes for over 42
countries worldwide and is extensively used in fleet management systems, in-vehicle navigation
systems, personal navigation solutions, web sites and online services, kiosk-based directions,
advanced traffic and traveler information solutions and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In
addition to the mainstay markets, NAVTEQ is expanding its base in Malaysia, Singapore, Mexico,
Puerto Rico, the Middle East as well as South Africa. NAVTEQ acquired US based producer of
maps, The Map Network through the end of 2006. NAVTEQ signed a definitive agreement with
global telecommunications major, Nokia, wherein the latter would acquire NAVTEQ for an
estimated US$8.1 billion.

Siemens Transportation Systems Inc. (US)


Siemens Transportation Systems Inc., a business segment of Siemens USA, which is a division of
Germany based Siemens AG, is a global leading provider of transportation systems as well as
technological and engineering know-how to the transportation industry. Transportation Systems
(TS) is a leading turnkey systems and engineering solutions provider for the mass transit rail
industry. Operating as a part of the Siemens group, the company offers complete design,
development and integration of equipment, signaling & communication systems, components and
vehicles for the rail industry.
Siemens GTS, operating under Siemens Energy & Automation, is a leader in the development and
integration of high-level transportation management solutions. The company focuses on offering
intelligent transportation systems integration services and products. The company also provides
software solutions based on open system architecture and industry standards.

Sirit Inc. (Canada)


Sirit Inc. is one of the leading providers of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) enabling
technology in the world. The company provides host of technology solutions in low, high, and ultra
high frequencies that enable the company’s customers to provide fast and cost-effective RFID
solutions for varied applications such as Automatic Vehicle Identification, Inventory Control &
Management, Asset Tracking, Supply Chain & Logistics, Cashless Payment/ Electronic Tolling,
Access Control, Near Field Communications, and Product Authentication. Major solutions and
products offered by Sirit include Fixed Reader Solutions, and Embedded RFID Reader Solutions.
The company’s Fixed Reader Solutions include Traffic Management Products, Parking & Access
Control Products, Toll Management Products, and UHF Logistics Readers, while the Embedded
RFID Reader Solutions include high and ultra high frequency reader modules, near field
communication solutions, and Plug-N-Play readers. Sirit is also one of the four companies to be
contracted to develop first generation prototypes of 5.9 GHz DSRC technologies by the Federal
Highways Administration and the US Department of Defense.
In Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) applications, Sirit is one of the leading providers of
Traffic Probe solutions, Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) solutions, and Toll
Integration solutions. Traffic Probe solutions offered by the company enable real time monitoring of

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traffic patterns for managing traffic and designing safety solutions. Sirit’s ETTM solutions include
electronic toll collection systems, and the company is the global leading provider of technologies
conforming to the California Department of Transportation’s Title 21 open standard. Sirit also offers
Microsoft® open standards based modular, flexible, scalable, and auditable electronic tolling systems.
Sirit’s Parking and Access Control solutions find application in parking lots, gated communities,
and other controlled areas, and offers convenience, security, and control to the users. Key products
offered by Sirit include IDentity MaX and IDentity FleX readers, and IDentity ZiP vehicle tag for
AVI systems, and IDentity Title 21 for highway toll collection systems among others.

TransCore Inc. (US)


TransCore Inc., a Roper Industries’ subsidiary, a worldwide leader in wireless RFID
communication technology, is a renowned developer of patented vehicle identification systems for
the intelligent transportation sector. Transcore undertakes turnkey design, development, integration
and contract operation of GPS, GIS and RFID based automation systems for the transportation,
aviation and highway access sectors. Transcore’s expertise in the design of futuristic transportation
access solutions is exemplified by the company being featured among the top 10 design firms
worldwide for ITS. Transcore’s products and services are available in 46 countries worldwide.
Transcore, a leader in transaction-based payment systems and services for mobile payment viz., toll
collection systems, also flaunts expertise in the development and integration of component systems
for advanced traffic management, traveler information, and enterprise-wide transportation
management & asset tracking. Roper Industries acquired the company in 2004.

System Integrators

Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (US)


Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (ACS) is a provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO),
Information Technology enabled services (ITes) and end-to-end product solutions. The company
offers solutions to commercial and government clients operating in various domains from all over
the world. ACS’ solutions find application in various domains such as education, energy, finance,
government, healthcare, retail, and transportation. ACS employs over 58000 personnel, with
operations in over 100 countries around the world. ACS acquired the transport division of
Switzerland Ascom AG towards the end of 2005, to emerge as one of leading providers of
transportation solutions to governments around the world.
ACS teams up with national, regional, public sector, government sector and commercial units to
offer Intelligent Transportation Solutions (ITS) enabling them to achieve business targets safely
and efficiently. ACS products ranges from ITS to Traffic Management Systems (TMS) including
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) and Parking Management System (PMS). The company is one of
the leading providers of ETC systems, accounting for about 90% of all E-ZPass transactions in the
US. Other ETC operations handled by ACS in the US include FasTrak™ in the San Francisco Bay
area, PalmettoPass™ in South Carolina, and SunPass™ in Orlando.
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems solutions offered by ACS include PrePass® System for
truckers, Electronic Payment Systems solutions for parking and transit operators, MVS Express®
for motor vehicle services, and PierPass® fee collection system among others.

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Citilog SA (France)
Citilog SA, a French traffic management systems and video image processing solutions Company,
leads the global market in automatic incident detection systems and traffic surveillance systems.
Citilog’s systems find applications in enabling traffic data collection, video surveillance, automatic
incident detection, security, detection of PTZ cameras and intersection control for road
transportation and arterial networks, tunnel management and urban traffic monitoring.
Established in 1997, Citilog’s operations span throughout Europe and the US. Major customers of
the company include motorway companies, cities, as well as local authorities in France, Australia,
Canada, Switzerland, China and Spain, flaunting a host of successful implementations of Citilog’s
incident detection systems. Citilog is the industry pioneer in developing and deploying the world’s
first advanced video detection system – the VisioPaD that is easy to use and entails no calibration
on the similar lines of ‘plug-and-play’ devices.

ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)


ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (ItraMAS) is a technology driven intelligent traffic management
and road safety solutions provider engaged in the design, development and commercialization of
multimedia based intelligent transportation systems, LED products and traffic signaling &
management systems. ItraMAS also delivers Toll Collection System (TCS), Area Traffic Control
(ATC), Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)/Advanced Traveller Information System
(ATIS) and other related ITS modules and sub-systems. The company embarks on strategic
technology alliances and extensive in-house development efforts for producing and
commissioning high-performance intelligent transportation systems. The company was
incorporated in 1997.

Q-Free ASA (Norway)


Q-Free ASA (Q-Free) is a leading producer of automatic toll collection systems and is a pioneer in
technological developments related to Road Transport and Traffic Telematics (RTTT). The
company is involved in developing, marketing and operating electronic payment systems including
road pricing systems, access control systems, tracking systems for vehicles and goods, automatic
fare collection systems and operations services for the transportation sector. The company also
produces traffic information systems, parking fee collection and ticketing systems and container
management systems.

Swarco Holdings AG (Germany)


Swarco Holdings AG is a provider of an array of products, services and solutions in traffic
management and materials. The company is active in three business divisions – Traffic Materials,
Traffic Management, and Surface Treatment. The Traffic Management division comprises twelve
companies including Mizar Automazione S.p.A., Signelit ZRt., Swarco Danmark AS, Swarco Elsig
s.r.o., Swarco Finland OY, Swarco Futurit Verkehrssignalsysteme GesmbH, Swarco ITS, Swarco
Norge AS, Swarco Sverige AB, Swarco Technology APS, Swarco Traffic Management, Inc., and
Swarco V.S.M. GmbH. China based Swarco Intelligent Traffic Management System Equipment
Co., Ltd. (SITS) supplies advanced intelligent traffic management systems and products, as well as
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variable message signs. Swarco operates more than 60 companies located in Austria, China,
Germany, Italy, Norway, Romania, Russia, Sweden, and the United States. The company was
established in 1969 as a manufacturer of glass beads in Austria.

SpeedInfo, Inc. (US)


SpeedInfo, Inc., established in 2002, is engaged in the business of developing real time traffic data
networks. These networks facilitate in waxing the precision and coverage of public traffic speed
sensors. The company’s key products include display devices, sensors and servers. The company
through a combination of network and server software technologies created a commercial data
infrastructure that reduces problems or glitches pertaining to reliability, comprehensive coverage
and data latency occurring in the system. SpeedInfo caters its services to several public,
commercial as well as consumer markets.

Tacel Ltd. (Canada)


Tacel Ltd. is a Canada based leading provider of traffic control equipment and services. The
product suite of the company include loop detectors, controllers, emergency preemption, traffic
signal heads, LED signals, loop sealants, speed signs, mounting hardware and the ACTRA-Central
advanced traffic management systems solutions. Other products of the company include Marc NX
closed loop traffic management software system, SCOOT – Adaptive traffic system, i2 traffic
management system, 2070 advanced transportation controller and intersection management
software. The company was incorporated in 1979.

Traficon N.V. (Belgium)


Traficon N.V. designs, develops, builds and installs automated traffic and incident detection and
intersection control & monitoring equipment that often form the enabling platforms for
intelligent transportation systems. Traficon’s video image processing devices for traffic analysis
include traffic cameras, detector & communication boards, PC Software and Rack systems.
Traficon video detection systems are used in several traffic applications such as ramp metering,
travel time calculation, dynamic speed indication, queue tail monitoring, congestion monitoring,
tunnel access control, ventilation control, rerouting, and dynamic queue indication during road
works. The company offers products for tunnel, road and urban applications. Leveraging on the
long-standing experience of over 20 years, Traficon’s custom-made detectors enhance the on-
road safety.

Transdyn Controls, Inc. (US)


Transdyn Controls, Inc. is a major systems integrator of security and surveillance, control,
information management and communication systems. The company is engaged in designing,
manufacturing and maintenance of information management and mission critical control systems.
Transdyn is also a leader in providing several systems and services for both public as well as
private sectors including security and surveillance sectors and transportation sectors. The
company’s DYNAC™ line of products help in providing integrated software solutions for several
markets including intelligent transportation systems (ITS), advanced traffic management systems
(ATMS), electric power distribution and transit power systems.

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XATA Corporation (US)
XATA, established in 1985, is a worldwide leader in providing fleet management solutions and a
leading provider of mobile information systems to the commercial trucking sector. The company
has the distinction of being the first to offer paperless electronic driver logs, exception-based
reporting and dynamically updated fleet standards for precise fleet intelligence. The company’s
products incorporate enterprise software, onboard computing, wireless communications and global
positioning to offer an enterprise-wide logistics management solution for North America’s largest
trucking fleets. XATA’s windows-based OpCenter™ is a leading fleet management system.
Another product is XATANET™, which is a web-based fleet management solution.

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GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE
TABLE 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Intelligent Transportation
Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 1721.77 1832.32 1966.42 2142.44 2363.66 2644.94 2999.26 3437.07 3934.63 4466.87 5019.98 11.29
Japan 642.89 792.41 860.43 941.51 1049.37 1186.60 1336.94 1504.59 1691.88 1893.17 2099.49 12.56
Europe 1333.09 1462.09 1607.68 1732.97 2106.68 2279.49 2486.64 2751.40 3021.77 3324.01 3601.40 10.45
Rest of World 442.15 478.37 525.17 581.73 647.92 724.75 829.37 969.13 1155.47 1406.06 1734.61 14.65
Total 4139.90 4565.19 4959.70 5398.65 6167.63 6835.78 7652.21 8662.19 9803.75 11090.11 12455.48 11.64

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
5500
4400
3300
2200
1100
0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TABLE 2: World Long-term Projections for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 5600.83 6190.25 6778.63 7354.83 7897.66 8.97
Japan 2307.95 2510.69 2701.32 2880.63 3043.43 7.16
Europe 3911.54 4210.54 4505.73 4795.23 5067.64 6.69
Rest of World 2117.25 2533.78 2952.42 3335.94 3659.70 14.66
Total 13937.57 15445.26 16938.10 18366.63 19668.43 8.99
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
8500
7100
5700
4300
2900
1500
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TABLE 3: World 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 39.68 40.13 40.08
Japan 17.44 17.26 16.26
Europe 32.10 30.82 27.26
Rest of World 10.78 11.79 16.40
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


10.78 11.79 16.4

39.68 40.13 40.08

32.1 30.82
27.26

17.44 17.26 16.26

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TABLE 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Advanced Traffic
Management Systems (ATMS) by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and
Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 863.88 907.42 959.60 1024.56 1104.58 1196.70 1303.80 1427.53 1569.00 1713.66 1859.49 7.97
Japan 436.32 460.06 486.56 516.78 555.02 601.31 656.39 718.81 791.19 869.28 949.78 8.09
Europe 727.33 741.88 757.83 781.17 809.37 845.31 886.31 941.08 987.49 1033.56 1045.92 3.70
Rest of World 229.14 247.59 271.26 300.42 334.52 373.79 423.17 485.88 565.81 668.84 792.78 13.22
Total 2256.67 2356.95 2475.25 2622.93 2803.49 3017.11 3269.67 3573.30 3913.49 4285.34 4647.97 7.49

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
1950
1620
1290
960
630
300
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TABLE 5: World Long-term Projections for Advanced Traffic Management Systems
(ATMS) by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 2008.25 2161.88 2322.72 2492.28 2671.23 7.39
Japan 1030.61 1109.35 1183.23 1252.80 1316.94 6.32
Europe 1092.51 1129.38 1166.36 1202.82 1241.86 3.26
Rest of World 936.59 1097.12 1263.33 1416.32 1550.45 13.43
Total 5067.96 5497.73 5935.64 6364.22 6780.48 7.55
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
2800
2400
2000
1600
1200
800
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TABLE 6: World 10-Year Perspective for Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)
by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 39.07 40.09 39.32
Japan 19.70 20.22 20.18
Europe 29.78 25.23 20.54
Rest of World 11.45 14.46 19.96
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


11.45 14.46 19.96

39.07 40.09 39.32

29.78 25.23
20.54

19.7 20.22 20.18

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TABLE 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Electronic Toll Collection
(ETC) Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 265.44 285.43 312.95 353.54 406.75 483.46 587.55 734.32 908.50 1102.46 1302.34 17.24
Japan -- 108.12 128.48 153.32 191.88 244.19 290.88 336.14 379.20 419.21 455.43 17.33
Europe 261.62 325.16 387.30 404.00 641.38 652.86 662.08 692.80 719.04 766.28 817.70 12.07
Rest of World 90.26 98.62 109.66 122.80 138.13 155.89 181.88 217.64 265.80 331.69 424.13 16.73
Total 617.32 817.33 938.39 1033.66 1378.14 1536.40 1722.39 1980.90 2272.54 2619.64 2999.60 17.13

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
* Denotes CAGR for the period 2001-2010
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
1400
1120
840
560
280
0
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TABLE 8: World Long-term Projections for Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems by
Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 1504.85 1687.84 1850.55 1996.00 2125.94 9.02
Japan 490.09 522.34 552.95 582.64 611.42 5.69
Europe 873.71 937.93 1014.00 1090.15 1159.16 7.32
Rest of World 533.64 653.39 777.27 894.87 994.92 16.85
Total 3402.29 3801.50 4194.77 4563.66 4891.44 9.50
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
2300
1900
1500
1100
700
300
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TABLE 9: World 10-Year Perspective for Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 34.21 39.97 44.40
Japan 14.83 16.69 13.74
Europe 39.08 31.64 24.67
Rest of World 11.88 11.70 17.19
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


11.88 11.7 17.19

34.21
39.97
44.4

31.64
24.67
39.08

14.83 13.74
16.69
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TABLE 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Public Vehicle
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS) by Geographic Region – US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
in US$ Million for 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 245.15 266.99 292.51 326.79 369.08 423.45 494.84 578.67 662.87 743.14 821.39 12.85
Japan 90.79 99.65 110.24 123.38 139.25 159.75 186.41 219.09 256.75 297.44 339.85 14.11
Europe 142.46 163.70 190.99 225.12 268.25 318.52 385.31 456.32 525.95 589.85 644.94 16.30
Rest of World 51.48 55.96 61.72 68.51 76.64 86.59 100.67 119.72 146.44 184.25 238.07 16.55
Total 529.88 586.30 655.46 743.80 853.22 988.31 1167.23 1373.80 1592.01 1814.68 2044.25 14.46

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
900
720
540
360
180
0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TABLE 11: World Long-term Projections for Public Vehicle Transportation Management
Systems (PVTMS) by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 898.44 971.75 1039.77 1101.22 1154.74 6.48
Japan 382.60 423.77 461.66 495.78 523.25 8.14
Europe 700.73 756.79 812.87 870.26 927.35 7.26
Rest of World 300.83 367.73 428.00 479.83 519.85 14.65
Total 2282.60 2520.04 2742.30 2947.09 3125.19 8.17
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
1250
1050
850
650
450
250
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TABLE 12: World 10-Year Perspective for Public Vehicle Transportation Management
Systems (PVTMS) by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 43.93 41.63 38.56
Japan 16.59 16.13 16.82
Europe 30.27 33.04 30.03
Rest of World 9.21 9.20 14.59
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


9.21 9.2 14.59

38.56
41.63
43.93
30.27 33.04
30.03

16.59 16.13 16.82


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TABLE 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Commercial Vehicle
Operations (CVO) Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 141.74 152.30 164.36 180.52 201.24 229.03 263.89 302.81 344.81 388.50 430.54 11.75
Japan 61.35 66.00 71.70 78.60 86.68 96.73 109.33 125.88 147.76 176.07 206.90 12.93
Europe 88.43 101.59 119.79 143.03 172.44 206.84 244.53 292.31 347.21 410.54 483.37 18.51
Rest of World 36.51 39.16 42.46 46.28 50.77 56.02 64.80 77.84 96.05 120.70 153.78 15.46
Total 328.03 359.05 398.31 448.43 511.13 588.62 682.55 798.84 935.83 1095.81 1274.59 14.54

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
525
420
315
210
105
0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TABLE 14: World Long-term Projections for Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO)
Systems by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 475.10 522.61 573.62 626.05 679.33 9.35
Japan 238.31 267.57 292.72 314.50 332.17 8.66
Europe 552.54 616.47 670.23 717.88 759.88 8.29
Rest of World 190.75 229.15 267.12 301.07 328.32 14.54
Total 1456.70 1635.80 1803.69 1959.50 2099.70 9.57
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

US Japan Europe
800
680
560
440
320
200
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TABLE 15: World 10-Year Perspective for Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems
by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 40.25 36.85 31.95
Japan 17.53 15.79 16.36
Europe 31.90 37.10 37.68
Rest of World 10.32 10.26 14.01
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


10.32 10.26
14.01

31.95
36.85
40.25

31.9
37.1
37.68

16.36
17.53 15.79

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TABLE 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Other Intelligent
Transportation Systems# by Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million
for Years 2000 through 2010
Region/Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
US 205.56 220.18 237.00 257.03 282.01 312.30 349.18 393.74 449.45 519.11 606.22 11.42
Japan 54.43 58.58 63.45 69.43 76.54 84.62 93.93 104.67 116.98 131.17 147.53 10.49
Europe 113.25 129.76 151.77 179.65 215.24 255.96 308.41 368.89 442.08 523.78 609.47 18.33
Rest of World 34.76 37.04 40.07 43.72 47.86 52.46 58.85 68.05 81.37 100.58 125.85 13.73
Total 408.00 445.56 492.29 549.83 621.65 705.34 810.37 935.35 1089.88 1274.64 1489.07 13.82

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)
# Includes Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

US Japan Europe
650
520
390
260
130
0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TABLE 17: World Long-term Projections for Other Intelligent Transportation Systems# by
Geographic Region – US, Japan, Europe and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
Region/Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
US 714.19 846.17 991.97 1139.28 1266.42 15.40
Japan 166.34 187.66 210.76 234.91 259.65 11.78
Europe 692.05 769.97 842.27 914.12 979.39 9.07
Rest of World 155.44 186.39 216.70 243.85 266.16 14.39
Total 1728.02 1990.19 2261.70 2532.16 2771.62 12.54
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 1 Canadian Dollar, 106.40 Japanese Yen, 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and
24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level.
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)
# Includes Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

US Japan Europe
1350
1080
810
540
270
0
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TABLE 18: World 10-Year Perspective for Other Intelligent Transportation Systems# by
Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Japan,
Europe and Rest of World Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Region/Country 2003 2008 2012
US 46.75 41.24 42.51
Japan 12.63 10.73 9.43
Europe 32.67 40.56 38.69
Rest of World 7.95 7.47 9.37
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
# Includes Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)

2003 2008 2012


7.95 7.47 9.37

41.24 42.51
46.75
32.67
40.56
38.69

12.63 10.73 9.43

US Japan Europe Rest of World

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A. Market Analysis
US – World’s Largest Market
In relation to Europe and Japan, the US is a latecomer in the ITS field. However, the region
represents the largest market for ITS and is estimated at US$3.9 billion for 2008, as compared to
US$3.4 billion in 2007. The market is projected to reach US$5 billion by 2010, registering a
CAGR of 11.3% over the period 2000-2010.
ATMS represents the largest segment, accounting for intelligent transportation systems 39.9%
share of the total intelligent transportation systems market, estimated for 2008. ETC is projected to
record a CAGR of 17.2% over the period 2000-2010, to reach US$1.3 billion by 2010.
The Federal Government & ITS
US Federal Government – Primary Supporter of ITS
The US federal government is a primary supporter of ITS with an intention to improve
transportation safety and efficiency. Its support is reflected in the fact that the federal funding for
ITS went up substantially over the past decade. There have been agendas towards enhancing road
capacities, reduce travel time, and check emission levels. If private and public agencies come
forward for spreading awareness among the general public then demand for ITS is expected to go
up further in the coming years.
State governments play a vital role in deployment of ITS systems, and are responsible for
allocation of funds to state departments or agencies to finance studies or other projects that use
intelligent transportation systems applications. A few states even reviewed budgetary amendments
regarding ITS programs during the 1999 and 2000 sessions.
Budgetary Constraints of the Federal Government
Notwithstanding the fact that over the past decade funding by the Federal government for ITS
projects went up yet it is faced with budgetary constraints. In order to tide over the problem the
government is encouraging private sector involvement. Participation of private sector in the
development of ITS can be as vendors, franchisees, end-users or data providers.
• Private sector as vendors – companies can be appointed as preferred vendors for supplying
equipments to public agencies mandated with ITS implementation.
• Private sector as franchisees – companies are allowed to operate a few ITS related applications
such as automatic toll collection or traveler information systems.
• Private sector as end users – ITS application in the field of commercial vehicle operations and
freight transit offers benefits to companies that are involved in or depend on the efficient
movement of freight.
• Private sector as information service providers – a few companies gather data from traffic operations
centers and repackage the data for further use by consumers and businesses. In other words, real-
time traffic information represents a source of revenue for companies engaged in these services.

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Equipping Vehicles with Intelligent Vehicle Technology
The federal government is urging automakers to intensify efforts in equipping the vehicles with
intelligent vehicle technology. With a target to bring down crash casualties by 20% and truck
casualties by 50%, the government unveiled a plan that employs latest electric technologies to
assist drivers in averting accidents. The plan outline encompasses the following:
• 10% of new light vehicles and 25% of new commercial vehicles marketed by 2010 be fitted
with Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) systems
• 25% of urban areas to install an intersection collision avoidance infrastructure systems by 2010

IVI technologies comprise adaptive cruise control, vision enhancement, vehicle stability
monitoring and drowsiness warnings, collision avoidance for lane changes, road departures, and
intersection crossings. The system cautions drivers of dangerous conditions, advises actions and
also takes control of a vehicle for averting collisions.
The technology is expected to address 75% of crashes caused by driver error and avoid around
50% of all lane change and merge accidents, 49% of rear-end crashes and over 1.0 million
hazardous road departure crashes each year. As many as three million are traumatized due to traffic
injuries and around forty thousand people lose their lives due to road accidents in the US and due
to which the cost to the exchequer is to the tune of US$150 billion every year. To limit such
tragedies and support the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative systems, the federal government enhanced
the allocation over the years, in the recent past.
The Dept. of Transportation entered into agreements with companies such as GM, Freightliner
Trucks, Volvo Trucks, Mack Trucks and Dept. of Transportation of Minnesota for designing
technologies that deal with big truck rollovers, rear-end collisions and roadway departure collisions.

ITS Integration
ITS integration is close inter-connection among system components, there by, optimizing resource
usage. In order to attain this objective, the US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) designed the
National ITS architecture for serving as a reference for guiding the installation of integrated ITS
systems and services. Later, the DOT came out with policies that require regions installing ITS and
utilizing the funds of Highway Trust Fund to develop a regional ITS architecture using National
ITS architecture as a resource for guiding their regional ITS installation.
A local transit authority in Washington launched the SmartTrip program. The program enables
consumers in buying a fare card pass and use it for both parking and the Metro fares. The card can be
passed across the readers on the Metro turnstiles and parking lot Kiosks for paying the fares and fees.

Standardization & Privacy Issues


The national architecture plan came into being for encouraging consistent, nationwide installation
of ITS systems. Standardization of systems is expected to give a push to the market by making sure
that products and systems would be interoperable across a given region. In order for ITS to become
interoperable there are issues pertaining to political and business factors that have to be resolved.
Once ITS system is installed in vehicles and readers or antennas are deployed on major highways,
truckers and emergency vehicles would have access to real-time data.

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The new standard dedicated Short-Range Radio Communications (DSRC) is expected to caution
vehicles about the direction, speed and distance of approaching emergency vehicles so that they do
not ram into their path. Besides, DSRC is also expected to avert collisions at traffic circles where
the signals are out-of-order. DSRC is a limited-range radio technology that is designed for very
short distances of 10 to 1,000 meters.

Privacy Issue
An issue that is being raised about electronically linking commercial vehicle technologies and
information is the privacy issue. Much information pertaining to carriers would be available on the
systems and efforts are being intensified to render proper protection to these systems. The
Washington Legislature bill introduced in the year 1999 states:
“That any information procured by governmental departments that is gathered by the use of a
motor carrier intelligent transportation system or any comparable information equipment attached
to a truck, tractor, or trailer is confidential and not subject to public disclosure under this chapter.
However the information may be given to other governmental agencies or the owners of the truck,
tractor, or trailer from which the information is obtained”.
The law in force protects the privacy of the driver when he furnishes required information to the
authorities concerned.

ITS Application in the US

ITS Deployment at the Frontiers


The US government’s anti-terrorism plan envisages deployment of ITS at the frontiers in a bid to
foil the activities of terrorists. The plan is to install ITS at many crossings to check the movements
of terrorists.
The objective (behind the installation of ITS) of the federal department of transportation, United
States Customs Service, state highway authorities and immigration officials is to bring down the
stringent security measures and help in easing the traffic at the border crossings. The work is apace
at the Otay-Mesa crossing between San Diego and Baja California in order to install ITS
technology. Some operational glitches have to be overcome such as the X-ray machine fitted is not
big enough to accommodate larger trailers and the chain used for towing the vehicles is not strong
enough. The vulnerable areas for ITS deployment include the Canadian border (where the threat of
infiltration remains) and Mexico due to the activities of drug trafficking and also the border being
busy with traffic.
Another vulnerable area is the northern border where it is impossible to have people manning the
crossings day in and day out. ITS deployment facilitates in keeping a tab on the movement of
people or goods and services. As and when an emergency arises such as traffic jam then ITS aids in
finding an alternative route for the emergency vehicles. Among the cities in the US, Chicago and
Dallas are being readied for ITS installation. During the fateful day of 9/11, cities such as
Philadelphia, where sensors are fitted into major arteries of the road, the civic officials managed to
reroute the traffic by posting traffic information on the web so that vehicles could get real-time data
on traffic movement and thereby avoid clogged roads or routes closed for contingency purposes.

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ITS Application in Rural Areas
Though developed for easing traffic jams and providing safety to commuters in urban areas, ITS
can also be deployed in rural areas. As rural roads are occasionally used, ITS can help travelers
who are not familiar with the rural landscape. The rural roads could become safer for those
traversing through and for those who inhabit the area. Notwithstanding the fact that these are
infrequently used yet most of the fatalities take place on these very paths. The average response
time for contingency service in rural areas is double in relation to urban area. With the help of
technology such as automated collision notification (ACN) system, which is mounted on the
vehicle and triggers a call to emergency and rescue personnel, the response time could be prompt.
Sending rescue workers to the incident site is also facilitated by the use of global positioning
systems.
Other services in rural areas are made available through the federal government’s Advanced Rural
Transportation System (ARTS). ARTS aids transit agencies and local governments in making
travel accident-free and easier on rural roads. ARTS can also provide information on road and
pavement conditions prevailing on distant roads. Sensors help in informing travelers about the road
conditions and they can accordingly alter their routes. In the state of Indiana, sensors are used for
assisting transportation personnel in redesigning their snowplow routes. As a result, the Indiana
state brought down the number of routes and realized cost savings to the tune of US$14 million in
operating and equipment costs.

ITS to the Rescue of Commercial Vehicles


In as many as twenty-one states of the US, electronic vehicle weight and paperwork clearance
systems decrease the time spent by trucks at weight points. The increasing use of transponders in
commercial vehicles would bring down the cost of verifying paperwork at weigh points by as much
as US$ 9.0 million annually for every state. Electronic information clearinghouses, functioning for
two interstate registration and fuel tax collection programs called the International Registration
Plan (IRP) and the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) assists in exchange of information
among participating jurisdictions and speeds up paperwork and payments for both programs. The
clearinghouses store and disseminate IRP and IFTA information from participating jurisdictions.
States can make use of the data and satisfy themselves that a carrier’s permits are up to date.
The Commercial Vehicle Information Systems Network, which interlinks technologies such as
PrePass, SAFER, and the IRP and IFTA clearinghouses, employs computer software systems for
integrating safety information, vehicle credentials and tax data technologies.

Traveler Information
A key element of ITS is the traveler information. Specialized phone lines, kiosks, radio broadcasts
and web sites provide latest information relating to traffic congestion, road conditions, and transit
schedules. Travelers can access the information and take decisions in terms of which path to take
and avoid getting stuck on the road. A Seattle traffic management web site provides information to
commuters about highway and public transit conditions. It also provides information as to how
long the wait is for the next ferry. In San Francisco and Atlanta, the Traffic Check television
service displays real-time traffic information on maps coupled with commentary on traffic
incidents and their site.

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OnStar
OnStar, a subsidiary of GM, is the country’s premier provider of in-vehicle safety, security and
information services. OnStar facility is made available on an array of vehicles from seven
automakers and is the country’s premier provider of in-vehicle safety, security and information
services employing the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite network and wireless
technology. OnStar in association with scores of emergency and law enforcement departments
reports countless number of motor vehicle emergencies every year. OnStar services are available
on over sixty models including light trucks, SUV, minivans, large and midsize sedans, small cars,
and crossovers.

OnStar uses GPS and wireless systems to connect the car and the driver to a call center where
advisors (available 24 hrs a day) offer real-time help. Every month OnStar advisors:
• Act in response to around 400 stolen vehicle location requests
• Respond to over 650 air bag deployments
• Act in response to over 5,900 emergency requests such as medical emergency, dangerous
conditions on the road or any other emergency help
• Reply to over 0.2 million routing calls such as providing directions to local restaurants to points
of interest requests say from families journeying around the country
• Respond to around 15,000 roadside assistance requests and
• Carry out door unlocking operations

Associations, Groups/Bodies & Acts

ITSA – Intelligent Transportation Society of America


The development and deployment of a technology requires the support of both the public and the
private sectors. For instance, the rapid installation of ITS in developed countries/regions such as
Australia, Europe, and Japan was possible with the cooperation of both the public and private
sectors. Such cooperation is also needed in the US for development and deployment. In a few
regions of the world, the deployment of ITS is mandated by the state whereas the US needs a
voluntary obligation for cooperation for safeguarding the benefits of the free enterprise system and
also ensure that goals established by the Senate are met. The system of cooperation that is required
is the public/private partnership comprising a voluntary association of public and private interests
with an objective to develop and deploy ITS in the US. That mandate rests with the Intelligent
Transportation Society of America (ITS America), which is the only national public/private set-up
founded for managing the development and operation of ITS in the US.

US - Federal Communications Commission (FCC)


The Federal Communications Commission in order to enable access to local data endorsed a three-
digit information number. The number that can be used all over the country replaces 300 different
phone numbers that are in service. The number 511 functions similar to the emergency number
911. Upon dialing the number that is applicable only to surface transportation one can access local-
area traveler information resources.

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The federal government offers the structure for the system though implementation and decision on
its usage (it is not mandated) would be made locally. The number would be allocated only to public
transportation agencies however a private firm can operate the system for the agency. Though
federal funding is available for establishing the system, state and local governments have to be
cautious, as they have to review several implementation issues. Agency requirements must be met
in states where a regulatory agency is granted jurisdiction over N11 numbers.
The fact that the traveler information encompasses a range of areas such as traffic information and
transit, commuter rail and weather conditions, greater coordination on the part of participating
agencies is required. For instance regional coordination within calling regions is a must. The
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is of the view that a single point of contact be put in
place for allowing one agency to take the lead. As for the user charges, decision has to be made
whether it would be a free service or fees could be assessed.
Though implementation of 511 would be locally, the Federal Communications Commission
requires the US Dept of Telecommunications to have a degree of standardization across the nation.
This is expected to result in consistent types of information when users of the number use the
facility in various parts of the country. ITS America, DOT, and organizations of state and local
governments started deliberations on the issue.
The subsequent move would be to interconnect prevailing and upcoming Advanced Traveler
Information Systems (ATIS) to 511. ATIS can offer real-time data to vehicles by means of in-
vehicle technologies and message boards. The system can prove to be a vital component in actively
managing the transportation system. Cincinnati became the first city to use the 511-number. The
service would offer travelers with data on traffic and road conditions, public transportation and
other information.

National Association Working Group (NAWG)


NAWG for ITS comprises thirty national associations of state and local officials including NCSL
whose objective is to follow the developments in the field of ITS and also be aware of concepts,
practices, and applications relating to ITS. The association regularly holds meetings and works
with the US Dept. of Transportation.
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act
The Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 allowed financing of over US$600
million for ITS related programs. Later a program called Operation TimeSaver was launched with
an aim to:
• Identify over 70 large cities for installing intelligent transportation system in ten years time.
• Install advanced technology in over 400 communities, rural roads and inter-states with an aim to
bring down the travel time.
The infrastructure project of US Dept. of Transportation comprises:
• Smart Traffic Control Systems
• Freeway Management Systems
• Transit Management Systems

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• Incident Management Programs
• Traveler Information Systems
• Electronic Fare Payment
• Electronic Toll Collection on Roads and Bridges
• Emergency Response Providers and
• Railroad grade crossings that are combined with the overall system.

Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users
(SAFETEA-LU)
The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users
(SAFETEA-LU), of 2005 aims to increase highway spending in the US. The act aims to spend
nearly US$244 billion on highways, highway safety and transit through the period 2005-2009.
SAFETEA-LU enables states to get a higher percentage of highway and fuel tax revenue for
improvement of highways. The act also enables states to acquire finances through various new
avenues such as private bonds, and tolling among others. The act also expands the criteria for
obtaining loans through Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA), and
State Infrastructure Banks. Additionally the act lowered the minimum project costs for qualifying
for TIFIA to ITS projects to US$15 million, and the minimum project costs to US$50 million,
thereby increasing the scope of the funding.
Transportation Equity Act (TEA-21)
The 1998 Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) gave required thrust to the ITS
effort that was launched nationally. TEA-21 offers financing for installation, research and
development of ITS programs. TEA-21 comprises two elements. The first element is intensification
of efforts towards the integration and interoperability of ITS systems in urban and rural areas. That
is to say, the systems would be so fabricated that it would be possible to talk and listen to each
other and gradually with addition of other items they become a part of the larger network. The
second element related to commercial vehicle infrastructure plan for enhancing the safety and
productivity of commercial vehicles and bringing down costs of regulatory requirements.
The US Dept. of Transportation monitors the financial help rendered to states for ITS integration
programs in order to make sure that the compliance is as per the provisions of TEA-21. The
programs offer matching funding for enabling localities in developing partnerships with the private
sector. While institutional and technical difficulties hinder integration efforts yet the benefits
resulting from integration more than compensate. TranStar project in Texas monitors the planning,
design, operations and maintenance of transportation operations and emergency management in the
urban areas. The project combines freeway management using cameras, ramp meters, variable
message signs and a regional computerized traffic signal system. From the TranStar center,
freeway traffic flow could be observed through the video links. Message signs along the road can
be altered from the center depending upon the traffic flow and in so doing offer vehicles latest
information. In case of a freeway difficulty, occupancy requirements in the HOV path can be lifted
for letting vehicles in those paths and free the traffic flow. Contingency response is also possible
from the center and swift management of road tragedies facilitates in decongestion. The integrated
services thus help in avoiding delays and also result in savings.

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Product Innovations & Introductions

2008

TeleNav Launches TeleNav Vehicle Tracker™


TeleNav introduced a new GPS service TeleNav Vehicle Tracker™ under the company’s Mobile
Resource Management (MRM) product line. The product comprising a GPS-enabled modem
integrated with vehicle battery offers an ingenuous fleet monitoring method to companies. The new
TeleNav Vehicle Tracker also records the mileage of vehicles on daily basis.

2007

Iteris Unveils First LDW Data Collection Product


Iteris Inc., a leading provider of traffic management solutions, launched Safety Direct™, the
industry’s first lane departure warning (LDW) data collection device, for the heavy truck segment.
The Iteris Safety Direct™ system collects and scrutinizes real-time LDW information and
transmits to fleet operators by utilizing the fleet communication system of the truck.

Siemens Introduces Video Detection System, EagleVision


Siemens ITS introduced a new video detection system, EagleVision. The system enables traffic
control center to monitor the traffic flow at intersections, bridges and tunnels. The system has been
designed with no requirement of additional hardware, is easy to install and runs on a Java user-
interface, which is independent of Operating Systems. With the new camera, operators can focus
on particular sections of a road without having to adjust the camera manually. The camera can be
made to focus in different angles through a computer. Additionally the system also features color
video output, advanced detection capabilities, and also includes eight detector zones and outputs
for each camera.
Iteris Unveils New ITS Products
Iteris, Inc, a maker of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), unveiled new set of advanced ITS
products in the US market. The new products include Edge2-4 processor, a first of its kind and
advanced rack mounted 4-channel video detection system, and other products such as Input/Output
Module 32 (IOM32), TS2 Interface Module (TS2 IM), and V Rack, which enable easier
installation and improve the functioning of the Edge2-4 processor. The Edge2-4 processor is
manufactured to fit into standard NEMA detector racks and Type 170 input files. The new
processor is a cost effective, and small modular system, which includes four cameras for various
vehicle detection applications including traffic signal control.
Image Sensing Systems Introduces Autoscope® Terra™
Image sensing systems, a promoter of road safety with better traffic flow, and associate company
Econolite Control Products have introduced sophisticated video detection solutions for use in ITS.
The new solution, Autoscope® Terra™ was developed using the DaVinci™ technology of Texas
Instruments (TI). Two solutions, Autoscope Solo Terra and Autoscope RackVision Terra systems
are available to meet the requirements of different users.

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Autoscope Terra products assist in monitoring and controlling traffic by processing video images
and converting them into high quality streaming mpeg-4 digital video. The videos converted are
digitally transmitted over the Internet to base stations to be viewed by traffic personnel. With the
introduction of the system at busy traffic intersections, and tunnels, incidents can be reported faster
with the system alerting the appropriate emergency responding agency. This results in reduced time
response, and improved efficiency for various enforcement agencies.

2006

Delphi Unveils New Portable Navigation System


Delphi Corporation launched its latest portable navigation system, NAV200, which is an effective
combination of various special features, in a single compact device. The contraption comes with
pre-loaded digital maps of the US, Canada, Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico. NAV200 is
accompanied by back-up DVD of map files and a LCD screen, and also gives voice-based
navigational directions to users. When the system is not being used for navigation, it plays the role
of an entertainer by enabling features like music system and movie player. Many latest and
sophisticated technologies have gone into NAV200, for making it a small tool that doesn’t
compromise on aspect of efficiency.

NAVTAQ Unveils New System for Mobile Networks


NAVTEQ unveiled its latest system, NAVTEQ Traffic Mobile™, which provides information
pertaining to average traffic speed, accidents and construction, and covers 67 major segments of
the US. The Traffic Mobile is supplied through mobile phone networks, and the software used in
this system is from Telmap, which ranks amongst leaders providing innovative solutions for mobile
mapping and navigation.

Nestor Traffic Systems Introduces New Video Product


Nestor Traffic Systems launched new product, VASCAR™ (Visual Average Speed Computation
and Recording), which records speeds of vehicles using various latest technologies. This enables
authorities to easily identify drivers who exceed specified speed limits. The fact that recordings of
this particular device are even accepted as evidence in courts, with respect to concerned cases,
speaks volumes about efficiency of VASCAR.

Alpine Electronics Launches New Navigation Device


Alpine Electronics launched a unique portable navigation contraption that would go a long way in
easing traffic related woes. The brand new device - Alpine Blackbird, is equipped to constantly
receive traffic related updates from NAVTEQ Traffic RDS Service, encompassing 42 markets of
US. Based on this information, drivers have the convenience to choose their respective routes and
thereby enable them to avoid congested zones. As the device is a portable one, users have the
convenience of changing it from one car to another, as per their requirements. Blackbird is also
equipped with maps of USA and Canada, in addition to being fitted with a MP3 music system and
a LCD screen. A 90-day free trial offer is the special feature of this product, and after completion
of this duration, drivers can go for full-fledged purchase.

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Iteris Launches New Video Transmission Product for Traffic Surveillance
Iteris, Inc. launched a new video transmission system, under the brand name eAccess™. This
technology connects various cameras fixed in diverse locations to remote users by sending high
quality video. eAccess thereby enables both effective monitoring and controlling of traffic from a
single point thus, eliminating expenses related to fieldwork. Various latest and sophisticated
technologies went into the manufacture of eAccess.

Hertz Launches PlatePass™ Electronic Toll Technology


Hertz Corporation launched PlatePass™ electronic toll payment system in New York, permitting
renters to use high-speed E-Z Pass electronic toll collection lanes, thereby avoiding backups at
regular cash toll roads. The device allows renters to travel through the electronic lanes, and charge
toll amounts to their credit cards, without stopping for toll payment. American Traffic Solutions
Inc., a supplier of traffic management solutions, supports the PlatePass technology.

RouteMatch Introduces ITS Solution for Urban Transportation Providers


RouteMatch Software, Inc. introduced RouteMatch ITS product collection, that includes varied ITS
solutions, specifically developed for the public transportation providers who serve urban markets.
The company’s ITS solutions simplify the complications related to ITS, by offering a fully
integrated solution that is ready for implementation, and is guided by support staff.

Kyocera Wireless to Launch Active Nuclear Source Tool Alarm


Kyocera Wireless Corp. teamed up with International Road Dynamics (IRD), to launch Active
Nuclear Source Tool Alarm, a radiation tampering alarm system developed by the latter. The
system incorporates CDMA wireless communication system, and Kyocera 200 Module, and
safeguards vehicles transporting hazardous nuclear materials.
The alarm system meets the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) standards for safe
transportation of hazardous radioactive source materials; and is allowed for deployment with major
CDMA network carriers in North America, and other regional carriers across Canada and the US.

Strategic Corporate Developments

2008

Magellan Partners with Primordial


Magellan formed partnership with Primordial Inc. to provide its customers with off-road routing on
a GPS device, which is capable of identifying natural and artificial obstructions. Primordial is a
global leading provider of off-road navigation through the flagship product, Ground Guidance®.

Iteris Wins Supply Contract for ITS Designs


Iteris Inc. received a contract worth US$0.9 million to deliver Intelligent Transportation Systems
(ITS) design services for I-15 Design-Build project of North Corridor Constructors (NCC). The
project involves expansion of the 5.5-mile long I-15 freeway between Craig Road in Las Vegas and
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Communications System, Traffic Monitoring Sensors, Trailblazer Signs, Systems Integration and
Testing, and CCTV Surveillance Cameras.

DRI Bags Order from WestCAT


DRI Corporation, through the subsidiary Digital Recorders Inc. (DR), obtained an order worth
US$0.55 million from the California based Western Contra Costa Transit Authority (WestCAT) for
the supply of intelligent transportation systems. As per the agreement, DR produces and delivers
Digital Recorders® automatic vehicle location system, Talking Bus® automatic voice annunciation
system and Otvia® software to WestCAT.

INRIX Expands Partnership withTomTom Navigator


INRIX® extended its partnership with TomTom Navigator GPS to offer INRIX traffic information,
fuel pricing and incident alert services for TomTom portable navigation devices in the US through
Tom Tom Plus. INTRIX is one of the leading traffic flow information providers in the US, where
as TomTom ranks among the largest providers of navigation solutions worldwide.

2007

Odeco Acquires Addco


Odeco Electronica S.A., a Spanish maker of video screens, acquired the US based traffic control
systems manufacturer Addco Inc. The transaction helps Odeco to explore other business fields in
the US, with a focus on advertising panels.

Nokia to Take Over NAVTEQ


Nokia, the largest manufacturer of mobile devices in the world, agreed to acquire NAVTEQ for an
approximate US$8.1 billion. NAVTEQ is one of the leading providers of digital map information
for mobile navigation devices, government and business solutions, Internet-based mapping
applications, and automotive navigation systems. Post acquisition, NAVTEQ’s map data business
becomes a Nokia Group company. The deal is expected to reinforce Nokia’s location based
services.

Atlantia to Acquire Stake in ETC


Atlantia SpA, through its US subsidiary Autostrade International US Holdings Inc., signed an
agreement to purchase 45% of Electronic Transaction Consultants Corporation (ETC) for US$27
million. The Texas-headquartered ETC is one of the leading providers of free flow electronic toll
collection systems.

Telvent Pockets Caseta


Telvent GIT S.A., through the subsidiary Telvent Traffic North America Inc., acquired Caseta
Technologies Inc., a US based manufacturer and distributor of electronic toll collection systems.
The transaction helps Telvent consolidate position in supplying intelligent transport and electronic
toll collection systems in the US as well as international markets. Telvent GIT S.A. is a Global
RealTime IT Company based in Spain.

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Total Traffic Network Expands Partnership with Inrix
Total Traffic Network, a part of Clear Channel Radio, extended partnership with Inrix Inc. to add
real-time traffic speed data from the latter’s Smart Dust Network. Total Traffic Network offers
real-time traffic information through broadcast media, Internet and portable navigation systems.
The deal enables Total Traffic Network to expand market for real time speed data. Intrix ranks
among the leading US providers of historical, real-time, and anticipated traffic information.
Western Systems to Distribute Iteris' Vantage® Product Line
Iteris Inc. selected Western Systems, a Washington based local distributor of signal and traffic
control systems, as a distributor for the company’s video vehicle detection devices under Vantage®
product line. Iteris is a leading provider of Intelligent Transportation Systems and vision related
technologies.
ICx to Supply Enhanced Transportation Systems for I-15 Corridor in San Diego
ICx Technologies obtained a contract valued at US$1.57 million to expand the Reversible Lane
Control System (RLCS) on the San Diego’s Interstate 15 corridor. Under the terms of the
agreement, ICx Transportation, the Intelligent Transport Systems business of ICx Technologies,
provides improved technologies for the I-15 corridor’s extended Managed Lanes section. I-15
corridor is a four-lane car pool (HOV) facility on the freeway median of San Diego’s I-15.
Federal Signal Takesover PIPS
Federal Signal Corporation, in a move to enhance the company’s market for public safety and
security solutions, acquired a manufacturer of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) systems,
PIPS Technology for an estimated US$115 million.
RouteMatch Bags US$1.6 Million Contract from Rhode Island Public Transit Authority
RouteMatch Software, Inc (RouteMatch), an Atlanta based provider of technology and services in
the fields of transportation and logistics, bagged US$1.6 million contract from Rhode Island Public
Transit Authority (RIPTA) to provide an array of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
solutions. The development provides people with high-end traffic management, reduce
maintenance costs of transportation and also enable better service.
RouteMatch’s transportation solution consists of a GIS dependant paratransit scheduling
application, novel interactive voice response (IVR) and automated vehicle location/mobile data
communication (AVL/MDC) technologies. The system enables RIPTA in providing automation,
real-time scheduling and dispatching of vehicles, driver management, billing, reporting and
communication with drivers.
The RITPA human services transportation program, named RIde, provides transportation services
for disabled individuals, senior citizens, people with lesser incomes, and also Medicaid and ADA
transportation services.
Sam Houston Tollway Receives Approval
Sam Houston Toll way received approval for setting up of “Intelligent Transportation Systems”
(ITS). The development witnesses setting up of CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras, fiber-

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optic cable and dynamic message signs worth US$ 20 million, out of which US$2 million is
contributed by the county, while the state department of transportation contributes the remaining
cost. Installation of ITS along stretches of the tollway enables the county to better manage the
increasing flow of traffic in the region. Commuters would be informed about traffic pileups along
the tollway, and would also be advised on alternatives through message signs. Installation of ITS
equipment is scheduled for completion by the end of 2009.

Nestor Traffic Systems Secures Public Safety Contract From Californian Province
Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, a prominent provider of Advanced Traffic Management Systems,
secured five-year contract from the Californian city of San Juan Capistrano in Orange County. The
contract involves the deployment of Nestor’s CrossGuard® red light traffic management solution
across four approaches, with plans for the addition of four new approaches. Nestor also assists the
city to transition from the existing solution provided by Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc. to the new
system. The project is expected to bring significant positive changes to the safety of pedestrians
and motorists.
IRD Secures Work Zone Safety Contract Worth CAD $ 550,000
International Road Dynamics (IRD) secured work zone safety contract from Scott Bridge Company
and United Contractors Inc worth CAD$ 550,000 in the US. As per the terms of the contract, IRD
supplies, installs and operates Automated Portable Real-Time Workzone Information System on I-
20 and I-520 near Augusta, Georgia. IRD uses ADAPTIR™ technology, licensed from The
Scientex Corporation in this project.
SpeedInfo Installs Sensors on Nebraska Highways
SpeedInfo Inc. installed about 70 Doppler radar sensors to provide information for travelers under
the state’s 511 Traveler Information System. The company signed a contract with the Nebraska
Department of Roads (NDOR) for providing real time traffic data. The installation of the 70
sensors is part of the first phase of the project, along highways, bridges, tunnels and motorways in
Nebraska. The move comes after NDOR plannned to relieve the traffic congestion in the state. The
second phase of the project covers the state’s highways and important routes. The project involves
deployment of the sensors along I-80, I-480, I-680, I-75, I-6 and US Highway 77, and enables
NDOR to better manage traffic.
Iteris Appoints Western Systems as New Distribution Partner
Iteris, Inc, a maker of Intelligent Transportation systems (ITS), appointed Western Systems, a
supplier of traffic control and signal systems, as the company’s distributor for the Vantage line
of video vehicle detection products in the Pacific Northwest region, including Alaska, Idaho,
Oregon, Montana, and Washington in the US. The development enables Iteris to introduce new
products in the region at a faster pace. Iteris also benefits from Western Systems’ goodwill in
the region.
RouteMatch Users receive MSAA Funding
RouteMatch Software Inc users, Kentucky based Paducah Area Transit System and South
Carolina’s Lower Savannah Council of Government, have been selected for funding of Mobility

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Services for All Americans (MSAA) initiative. The two transportation providers were chosen
based on their adaptation of the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) designed by RouteMatch
Software and for providing advanced coordinated human service transportation systems.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) launched the MSAA initiative to recognize and
fund a transportation system that strives for human excellence.

Nestor Secures Traffic Management Contract from the Cities of Hudson and Corrigan
US based Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, secured a 3-year contract for implementation of Automated
Traffic Management Systems from the Cities of Hudson and Corrigan in Texas. As per the terms of
the contract, Nestor would install, maintain and operate CrossingGuard® automatic red light traffic
management solution at 3 approaches in Hudson, and 2 approaches in Corrigan, Texas.
Additionally, Nestor would supply the PoliScanSpeed™ scanning LiDAR Technology enabled
innovative mobile speed unit for speed control in Hudson.

IRD Receives WIM Contract from Zignego


Canada based International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD) received a contact to supply, install,
maintain Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) equipment from Wisconsin, US based Zignego Company, Inc.
The total cost of the project is estimated at about Canadian $1.4 million. The Automated Safety
and Weight Enforcement Facility enables Zignego to prescreen commercial trucks at highway
speeds in the main lanes of the highway. Additionally installation of the equipment allows
routing as well as tracking of vehicles safely through the Weigh Station. As part of the contract,
IRD installs the company’s proprietary Single Load Cell WIM Scales, vehicle movement
compliance system, video verification system, and software required to operate the facility.
Installation of the WIM system enables truckers complying with weight restrictions to pass the
facility without having to stop.

Imtech Acquires Peek Traffic


Imtech NV, a technical services provider in the Netherlands and Belgium, acquired Peek Traffic
Holdings Limited, an intelligent mobile traffic solutions provider in the European countries of
Croatia, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom.

Citilog Equips New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge With Traffic Management System
Citilog installed video-based Traffic Incident Detection, an Advanced Traffic Management System
on New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge. The system monitors the flowing traffic on 6 lanes of the
bridge, and assists in alerting Traffic enforcement center incase of any mishap resulting in traffic
congestion. The 3-mile long bridge runs between the Bronx and Queens witnesses traffic to the
tune of about 105,000 vehicles every day. The move significantly reduces the response time for
concerned authorities to attend to incident victims, saving many lives and ensuring a smooth flow
of traffic.

SpeedInfo Installs new Traffic Flow Solution in Washington D.C.


US based SpeedInfo Inc installed about 50 SpeedInfo Doppler radar based sensors to measure the
traffic speed on the roads in Washington D.C. The main focus is on the Interstate 295 and 395

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where the tests are conducted for emergency signal timing pattern and emergency transportation
communication protocol. SpeedInfo monitors and record the traffic data that can be of significant
use in traffic flow measurement. The company provides the data free to the Department of
Transportation, in exchange for roadside space to install the equipment.

TransCore Secures Contract for Traffic Monitoring System from Californian City
TransCore Inc. secured a contract from the Santa Rosa, California to install a real-time traffic
monitoring system. The move would witness implementation of famous adaptive traffic control
technology, SCATS, along the 2.5-mile length of College Avenue upgrading nine intersections.
The adaptive traffic management system is expected to reduce traffic bottlenecks in the city, which
witnesses uneven traffic flow rate depending on the flow of tourists.

Iteris Secures ITS Contract Worth US$1.25 Million in California


Iteris Inc, a prominent global supplier of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), secured US$ 1.25
million contract from the City of Westminster, California. The contract involves design and
integration of some existing ITS infrastructure as well as new addition of new equipment. Iteris
would replace about 58 traffic signal controllers, 13 CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras, and
12 new video detection locations, and design of about 8 miles of fiber optic cable. Additionally,
Iteris integrates the filed devices and the Traffic Management Center.

Nestor Secures Automated Red Light Solution Contract From Texas City of Diboll
Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc, secured a 2-year contract from the city of Diboll, Texas to provide
the company’s CrossGuard® red light traffic management solution including the maintenance
service.

NAVTEQ Acquires Traffic.com


NAVTEQ acquired Traffic.com, Inc., a company involved in offering personalized traffic
information for drivers for a consideration of about US$179 million.

Diboll Enters into a 2-year Contract with Nester Traffic


Texas based company, Diboll entered into a 2-year contract with Nestor Traffic Systems, for
implementation of the latter’s Crossing Guard® red light enforcement solution at all major
crossings and intersections of Texas.

TransCore Secures New Contract


TransCore secured a contract for deploying the technologies on a 2.5-mile stretch, encompassing
nine intersections. The technology is termed as SCATS (Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic
System), which is technically enabled to alter signal timings, based on volume of traffic. Globally,
well over 20,000 busy intersections are now managed by SCATS, with corresponding figure for the
US being, about 900 intersections.

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NAVTEQ Enters into a Contract with Uniden America
NAVTEQ entered into a contract with Uniden America Corporation for supply of digital maps that
are used in Uniden’s personal navigation devices (PNDs). NAVTEQ preloads these devices with
maps of Canada and the US, and the contraption is equipped with unique user-friendly features like
voice-based instructions and rapid map processing. In addition, it’s a sleek and compact device that
enables portability. The device is also featured with a technologically sophisticated LCD screen.
Apart from Uniden, NAVTEQ supplies these PNDs to many other institutions and departments, in
both the US and Canada.

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Citilog Supplies Smart SunGuide with Intelligent Video Surveillance


Citilog supplied Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) to the Traffic Management Center (TMC),
SMART SunGuide in Florida in the US. Citilog’s ITS uses the images and videos captured by the
installed CCTVs on the highways, motorways, bridges and tunnels to give a precise picture and
situation of the traffic at any given point of time. The system, incase of an emergency, alerts the
concerned authorities to provide better incident management, productivity, dispatch, response time
and safety.

Shah Capital Acquires Thales Navigation


An investment group headed by Shah Capital Partners acquired Thales Navigation to form a new
company - Magellan, which has many innovative navigational products to its credit. Tudor Group,
Consolidated Press Holdings, Galleon Group, Eli Broad and AIG SunAmerica, are the other
partners in this transaction, which was valued at $170 million.

NAVTEQ Acquires Map Network


NAVTEQ acquired The Map Network for a cash consideration of about $37.5 million. The Map
Network’s field of activity is almost similar to one of NAVTEQ, and now the latter can fully utilize
capabilities of the former, in reinforcing its own business and quality of products.

NAVTEQ Acquires gedas MapIT


NAVTEQ, a major supplier of digital maps for location-based solutions and vehicle navigation,
acquired gedas MAPIT, Mexico’s leading digital map provider. The coverage of NAVTEQ® digital
map is enhanced through this acquisition, which also provides effective domestic base for future
growth. The acquisition facilitates gedas MapIT to supply geographic product for customers in
Mexico in reply to the customer’s demands for extensive coverage including boundaries, street
names, geometry and demographic data all over Mexico.

INIT Enters into an Agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York
INIT entered into an agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York for
effective implementation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The new system - Automatic
Vehicle Location and Monitoring (AVLM) provides both wireless communications network, as
well as Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS). The system is equipped with a graphical screen

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that enables drivers to view map of the route that they plan to travel, in addition to providing two-
way messaging facility between driver and command center. These facilities ensure that congested
zones are avoided. AVLM also enables recording of mileage and passenger details, in addition to
providing both audio and visual-based navigational support.

Mark IV and ETC Enter into Partnership Deal


Mark IV Industries and Electronic Transactions Consultants (ETC) entered into a partnership
agreement for installing Open Road Tolling (ORT) at 20 mainline plazas of Illinois Tollway and
offering 85 ORT lanes.

NAVTEQ Secures Contract from Primus Geographics


NAVTEQ received a contract from Primus Geographics for supply of map data. The data of
NAVTEQ will be used to power both open source portfolio Explorer geocoder software and SRC’s
portfolio Guzzler drive time engine. This data successfully addresses limitations imposed by
previous maps.

NAVTEQ Enters into Licensing Agreement with LandSonar


NAVTEQ and LandSonar entered into a licensing agreement, which enables NAVTEQ to gain
rights over LandSonar product - LandSonar Predictive Speed (LPS™), which predicts speed on
road network of the US. LPS provides enhanced benefits with respect to precise route plan and
journey time estimation.

EFKON USA and Sirit Enter into Partnership Deal


EFKON USA and Sirit entered into a partnership agreement with respect to toll technologies. As
per this partnership agreement, the 21-based toll tag technology of Sirit would be utilized by
EFKON for its latest toll products. The 21-based toll tag will be used as a platform for effective
functioning of these technologies. The agreement also conferred selling rights on EFKON, with
respect to some products of Sirit.

SpeedInfo Secures Contract from MTC


SpeedInfo secured a contract from San Francisco Metropolitan Commission (MTC) for supplying
real-time traffic flow data. The sensors of SpeedInfo function round the clock and records speeds
of traffic well over million times a day. This enables concerned departments to respond quickly, in
situations like heavy traffic congestion and accidents. SpeedInfo is a company based in the US, and
ranks among leaders in providing traffic sensor technologies and real-time traffic data networks.

Image Sensing Systems Joins Forces with Wavetronix


Image Sensing Systems (ISS), Inc. joined forces with Wavetronix LLC, to co-brand and distribute
Wavetronix SmartSensor™ as ISS Autoscope® SmartSensor in Europe. As per the deal, ISS Europe
Ltd (ISS Subsidiary), through its widespread distribution network, delivers Autoscope
SmartSensor, and Wavetronix Command™ range of appliances to the European transportation
market. The addition of Autoscope SmartSensor enables ISS Europe Ltd, the integration of
advanced video detection technologies with the Digital Wave Radar technology of Wavetronix.

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HTA Partners with Cendant Car Rental Group
Highway Toll Administration, LLC (HTA) signed a partnership deal with Cendant Car Rental
Group, Inc., a part of Cendant Corporation, to install electronic toll collection systems on
Cendant’s vehicles in E-ZPass region, including bridges, tolls, and tunnels in Virginia, Maine,
Illinois, and the SunPass toll collection device in Florida. The purpose of the deal is to install E-
Zpass/SunPass program in Avis and Budget sites in almost all parts of the nation, where electronic
toll collection devices are used.

Inrix Enters into Agreement with TeleNav


Inrix Inc. entered into an agreement with TeleNav, Inc., to deliver traffic data to the latter for
offering GPS navigation service on the mobile phones. TeleNav is the first US Company to
introduce mobile phone based GPS navigation systems. TeleNav GPS Navigator™ with GPS
navigation service provides automatically updated business locations/maps, Wi-Fi hotspot finder,
speech recognition, moving maps, lowest price fuel finder, and many more. The latest addition to
TeleNav GPS Navigator, TeleNav Traffic™ feature GPS-enabled on-screen and voice navigation
service with quick traffic notification, and single click rerouting functionality. TeleNav Traffic is
primarily offered on select mobile phones, and is developed to monitor traffic regularly, and alert
users about incidents and slowdowns all along their routes.
TeleNav Traffic™ include Inrix’s Smart Dust Network that comprise traffic-related information
gathered from nearly 250 private/public sources, including conventional road sensors, and statistics
from Clear Channel Total Traffic Network. The Traffic Fusion Engine from Inrix uses advanced
statistical methods to combine, aggregate, and improve traffic-related data, and ensures high
accuracy of road speeds, and road coverage.
Telvent Enters into Contract with Transportation Departments
Telvent Farradyne Inc, traffic business of Telvent GIT S.A., entered into a US$12 million traffic
contract with Virginia Department of Transportation (VDoT). Under the terms of the contract,
Telvent provides expertise, services and operations personnel for VDoT’s Northern Virginia based
Smart Traffic Center, for a period of five years.
Besides, the company entered into a traffic contract worth US$4 million with Missouri Department
of Transportation, to offer operational support for the Gateway Guide traffic management system
located in St. Louis, Missouri. As per the deal, Telvent provides operations supervisor, and system
operators for a period of four years. Additionally, the company offers training on advanced
standard operating procedures, incident management techniques, and operational techniques of an
enhanced Traffic Management Center.
TransCore Bags Contract to Implement Traffic Control Technology
TransCore received a contract for the instigation of adaptive traffic control technology to reduce
traffic congestion and backups in the City of Santa Rosa, California. The company is the US-based
reseller of Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS), with real-time operating
features designed to modify signal timing based on the traffic changes. SCATS is one of the most
broadly deployed adaptive traffic control devices in the market, with over 20,000 intersections
globally, and nearly 900 intersections in the US. The system measures traffic by using video

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detection equipment fixed inside the road pavement, and adjusts traffic flows by altering the timing
of signal lights at various junctions. This results in abridged travel times and traffic congestions.

Iteris Bags Five-Year Contract from FHWA


Iteris Inc bagged a five-year highway administration contract from the Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA). As per the contract, Iteris operates as a part of the Booz Allen Hamilton
team, a technology consulting company, wherein Iteris offers key technical aid and support for the
intelligent transportation systems. The technical support offered by Iteris facilitates in reduction of
recurring and non-recurring congestion, improving transportation management, enhancing freight
operations and management as well as improving day-to-day operations.

Intermap Inks Letter of Intent with Tele Atlas


Intermap Technologies Corporation in conjunction with Tele Atlas North America, Inc inked a
letter of Intent for the development of 3-D and 2-D digital road maps. The digital road maps
intended for vehicle navigation segment, is a combination of Intermap’s 3-D NEXTMap data along
with the 2-D road data of Tele Atlas.

RouteMatch Software Bags ITS Technology Solution Contract


RouteMatch Software, Inc., a leading provider of logistics and transportation technologies and
services, bagged an ITS (intelligent transportation systems) technology solution contract. As per
the contract RouteMatch provides its RouteMatch TS™ paratransit software to the City of Corona
situated in California. The RouteMatch TS™ software is a computer aided dispatching and
passenger registration system comprising of highly advanced vehicle mapping and geographic
information system.

ObjectVideo Alliances with CTI’s Video Convergence


ObjectVideo® entered into a partnership with Video Convergence (VC) for enabling the installation
of ObjectVideo’s Object Video OnBoard® (intelligence video surveillance) into VC’s Intelligent
Transportation and Surveillance (ITS) solutions. VC’s partnership with Object Video is in order to
focus primarily on waxing the companies’ product range with the integration of Intelligent
Analysis to companies’ surveillance and interactive video security solutions. ObjectVideo’s
intelligent video surveillance software offers automated, identification, real-time detection, safety
incidents and issues, analysis and tracking of potential threats.

Telvent Signs Deal with Computer Sciences Corporation


Telvent Farradyne, traffic business of Telvent GIT S.A., signed a US$22 million contract with
Computer Sciences Corporation. As per the deal, Telvent Farradyne offers its smart transportation
systems expertise to develop software for Maryland State Highway Administration ITS, and
Computer Sciences Corporation would carry out the systems development, deployment, testing and
integration.
Additionally, Telvent Farradyne offers professional and technical services to Coordinated
Highways Action Response Team (CHART) system, a new transportation management system of
Maryland State Highway Administration. The CHART system offers traveler information,

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including average vehicle speed, incident reports, weather reports, delays, and other variable
details, apart from real-time traffic information.

WWT Bags Order from Arizona Department of Transportation


World Wide Technology, Inc. (WWT), bagged a contract from Arizona Department of
Transportation (ADOT) to provide wireless equipment and services to state government entities,
universities, political subdivisions, and schools in Arizona. The multi-year, statewide contract
forms a part of ADOT’s wireless communications project, to provide ITS and a traffic signal for
homeland security and transportation applications.

Raytheon Receives a Contract from Florida Turnpike


Raytheon Co received a US$229 million contract from Florida Turnpike Enterprise, to deliver
electronic toll collection system. The deal includes technology for open-road tolling, and a central
processing device, and audit system. The Florida Turnpike Enterprise operates toll road systems in
different parts of Florida.

Select Players

ADDCO LLC
ADDCO LLC, a part of Imago Group of Spain, is a leading company engaged in providing
industrial products and traffic management products and solutions. The company is also a leading
provider of portable intelligent transportation systems (ITS) solutions and services to several
intelligent transportation systems, traffic management and work zone safety markets. The
company’s ITS based solutions include Flex Trailer, SmartQueue™ - Queue detection system,
SmartMerge™ - an innovative lane merge system, SmartZone®, SmartFLOW and SmartEye™ - a
portable video surveillance system.
ADDCO’s traffic management products and solutions include portable ITS platforms, dynamic
message signs, traffic management software, portable traffic signs and smart traffic solutions.
Major customers of the company include consulting engineers, contractors, DOT officials, planners
and several other traffic control and barricade companies. Industrial products of the company
include electric remote control, hand controls, latches, joysticks and actuators.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc.


Affiliated Computer Services Inc. (ACS) is a provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO),
Information Technology enabled services (ITes) and end-to-end product solutions. The company
offers solutions to commercial and government clients operating in various domains from all over
the world. ACS’ solutions find application in various domains such as education, energy, finance,
government, healthcare, retail, and transportation. ACS employs over 58000 personnel, with
operations in over 100 countries around the world. ACS acquired the transport division of
Switzerland Ascom AG towards the end of 2005, to emerge as one of leading providers of
transportation solutions to governments around the world.
ACS teams up with national, regional, public sector, government sector and commercial units to
offer Intelligent Transportation Solutions (ITS) enabling them to achieve business targets safely

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and efficiently. ACS products ranges from ITS to Traffic Management Systems (TMS) including
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) and Parking Management System (PMS). The company is one of
the leading providers of ETC systems, accounting for about 90% of all E-ZPass transactions in the
US. Other ETC operations handled by ACS in the US include FasTrak™ in the San Francisco Bay
area, PalmettoPass™ in South Carolina, and SunPass™ in Orlando.
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems solutions offered by ACS include PrePass® System for
truckers, Electronic Payment Systems solutions for parking and transit operators, MVS Express®
for motor vehicle services, and PierPass® fee collection system among others.

ARINC Incorporated
ARINC Inc., a portfolio company of Carlyle Group, is a global leading provider of transportation
communications and systems engineering. The company develops and operates information
processing systems and communications, in addition to offering systems engineering and
integration solutions to a variety of industries. ARNIC’s products and services find application in
airports, aerospace and defense, aviation, government, healthcare, networks, security, and
transportation sectors. ARINC was established in 1929.

Caseta Technologies Inc.


Caseta Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Telvent Traffic North America Inc., is a privately held
company engaged in providing comprehensive Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) systems and RFID
Technology Solutions. The company’s customer base comprises audit intensive Authorities
including MTA Bridges & Tunnels New York, the world’s largest toll authority. Caseta also offers
Electronic Payment System (EPS), Real-Time Data Collection (RTDC) Applications, and Remote
Operations Management System (ROMS), in addition to Custom Applications & Services. The
company was established in 1995.

Image Sensing Systems Inc.


Image Sensing Systems Inc., established in 1984, is a global leader in systems applying video
imaging expertise in the field of freeway incident detection, advanced traffic management systems,
and traffic data collection. The company’s Autoscope® line of computer enabled detection (CED)
products help in easing traffic congestion and enhance roadway planning. Autoscope® wide area
video vehicle detection solution gathers traffic data as well as speed, roadway occupancy, volume,
headways, ramp queue lengths and vehicle classification. Image Sensing’s Systems are deployed
for maritime, railway and aviation traffic monitoring and security communication operations in
about 60 countries worldwide.

Inrix, Inc.
Inrix Inc. offers predictive traffic services, including real-time traffic speed information for major
highways, side streets, freeways, and arterials in every key metropolitan region in the US. The
company’s Traffic Services are used for logistics, mapping, navigation and other location-based
service (LBS) applications. Inrix Traffic Solutions comply with all global traffic location codes,
and map databases. The company offers Dynamic Predictive Traffic Service, Real-Time Incidents
Traffic Service, Real-Time Flow Traffic Service, and National Average Speeds & National

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Reference Speeds Traffic Services. The company’s clientele and business partners include Tom
Tom, Microsoft, TeleNav, Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network, deCarta, Tele Atlas, TCS,
and Telmap. In 2008, the company also extended partnership with TomTom Navigator GPS, to
offer INRIX traffic information, fuel pricing and incident alert services for TomTom portable
navigation devices. The company was established in the year 2004.

Iteris Inc.
Iteris Inc., formerly Odetics ITS Inc., offers next-generation software, sensor and information
technologies for improving the efficiency and safety of road transportation. Iteris is also a leading
provider of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), traffic engineering and transportation
planning. The company through the integration of information technology, system integration and
applied sensors provides a spectrum of transportation solutions. Iteris enables the technology to
provide complete up tominute traffic information using ITS including the flowing traffic speed,
road accidents, on going construction work, estimated travel time to reach destination through a
streaming video image on PCs, Cell Phones and PDAs that have Internet access. All the products
developed by Iteris conform to ISO 9001 standard.

Magellan Navigation Inc.


Magellan Navigation Inc. is a pioneer in the survey, consumer, GIS and OEM GPS positioning and
navigation markets. Magellan is an innovator of award-winning products that include Magellan
eXplorist™ outdoor handheld navigation devices, Magellan® RoadMate™ series portable car
navigation systems, the Hertz NeverLost® car navigation system and ProMark™, a single frequency
GPS survey product. Other major products of the company are Magellan Maestro series in the
vehicle navigation market, and Magellan CrossoverGPS series in the GPS product category. The
company also offers GPS related software, maps and accessories.
Thales Navigation was renamed as Magellan in 2006, subsequent to the acquisition of the former
company by a private equity firm, Shah Capital Partners. Other partners involved in this transaction
included Consolidated Press Holdings, Eli Broad, Tudor Group, AIG SunAmerica and Galleon
Group. Prior to the acquisition, Thales Navigation was a leading developer and provider of GPS
based navigation and guidance equipment for both the consumer and the OEM markets.

Nestor Traffic Systems Inc.


Nestor Traffic Systems Inc., a subsidiary of Nestor Inc, offers video-based monitoring solutions
and services for traffic management and safety. The products incorporate Nestor’s patented neural-
network know-how into intelligent, real-time systems for ensuring traffic efficiency and
intersection safety. The company’s TrafficVision® systems is a real-time, video-based traffic
management system, which helps transportation departments in enhancing safety, monitoring
traffic movements, managing congestion, reducing pollution, and responding to emergencies.
CrossingGuard® and Rail CrossingGuard provide video-based intersection and highway/rail
crossing monitoring and computerized enforcement of signal violations. Other major solutions
offered by the company include CollisionAvoidanceTM, an accident prediction and avoidance
solution; CrossingGuard® VIP video intersection profiling; PoliScanSpeed, a LiDAR-based speed
enforcement solution; and ViDARTM, a video-based speed enforcement solution.

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NAVTEQ Corporation
NAVTEQ Corporation, formerly Navigation Technologies, is a provider of real-time digital route
guidance map databases to commuters in North America and Europe. NAVTEQ’s high precision
digital map database comprises of comprehensive information on vehicle routes for over 42
countries worldwide and is extensively used in fleet management systems, in-vehicle navigation
systems, personal navigation solutions, web sites and online services, kiosk-based directions,
advanced traffic and traveler information solutions and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In
addition to the mainstay markets, NAVTEQ is expanding its base in Malaysia, Singapore, Mexico,
Puerto Rico, the Middle East as well as South Africa. NAVTEQ acquired US based producer of
maps, The Map Network through the end of 2006. NAVTEQ signed a definitive agreement with
global telecommunications major, Nokia, wherein the latter would acquire NAVTEQ for an
estimated US$8.1 billion.

Siemens Transportation Systems Inc.


Siemens Transportation Systems Inc., a business segment of Siemens USA, which is a division of
Germany based Siemens AG, is a global leading provider of transportation systems as well as
technological and engineering know-how to the transportation industry. Transportation Systems
(TS) is a leading turnkey systems and engineering solutions provider for the mass transit rail
industry. Operating as a part of the Siemens group, the company offers complete design,
development and integration of equipment, signaling & communication systems, components and
vehicles for the rail industry.
Siemens GTS, operating under Siemens Energy & Automation, is a leader in the development and
integration of high-level transportation management solutions. The company focuses on offering
intelligent transportation systems integration services and products. The company also provides
software solutions based on open system architecture and industry standards.

SpeedInfo, Inc.
SpeedInfo, Inc, established in 2002, is engaged in the business of developing real time traffic data
networks. These networks facilitate in waxing the precision and coverage of public traffic speed
sensors. The company’s key products include display devices, sensors and servers. The company
through a combination of network and server software technologies created a commercial data
infrastructure that reduces problems or glitches pertaining to reliability, comprehensive coverage
and data latency occurring in the system. SpeedInfo caters its services to several public,
commercial as well as consumer markets.

Telenav, Inc.
Telenav, Inc. is a global player in location-based services (LBS), including asset GPS tracking
(AVL), Mobile Resource Management (MRM), and GPS navigation. Telenav enjoys the fame of
being the first company to introduce mobile phone based GPS navigation systems in North
America. The company’s flagship product TeleNav GPS Navigator™ offers GPS-enabled on-screen
and voice navigation service on smart phones and mobile phones. TeleNav Track™ provides
mobile phone-based tracking services with integrated voice and visual GPS navigation, interactive
dispatching and electronic timesheet reporting. The company was established in the year 1999.

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Telvent Traffic North America Inc.
Telvent Traffic North America Inc. is a subsidiary of Spanish ITS company, Telvent GIT SA. The
company offers varied services associated with public transportation, travel information, advanced
traffic management, electronic toll collection devices, including software development; planning;
system operations and management; control center/field device and communications design; and
system integration and testing. The company acquired Caseta Technologies, Inc. in the first half of
2007, and Farradyne in mid 2006, to emerge as one of the leading players in ITS and the ETC
market.

TransCore Inc.
TransCore Inc., a Roper Industries’ subsidiary, a worldwide leader in wireless RFID
communication technology, is a renowned developer of patented vehicle identification systems
for the intelligent transportation sector. Transcore undertakes turnkey design, development,
integration and contract operation of GPS, GIS and RFID based automation systems for the
transportation, aviation and highway access sectors. Transcore’s expertise in the design of
futuristic transportation access solutions is exemplified by the company being featured among
the top 10 design firms worldwide for ITS. Transcore’s products and services are available in 46
countries worldwide.
Transcore, a leader in transaction-based payment systems and services for mobile payment viz., toll
collection systems, also flaunts expertise in the development and integration of component systems
for advanced traffic management, traveler information, and enterprise-wide transportation
management & asset tracking. Roper Industries acquired the company in 2004.

Transdyn Controls, Inc.

Transdyn Controls, Inc. is a major systems integrator of security and surveillance, control,
information management and communication systems. The company is engaged in designing,
manufacturing and maintenance of information management and mission critical control systems.
Transdyn is also a leader in providing several systems and services for both public as well as
private sectors including security and surveillance sectors and transportation sectors. The
company’s DYNAC™ line of products help in providing integrated software solutions for several
markets including intelligent transportation systems (ITS), advanced traffic management systems
(ATMS), electric power distribution and transit power systems.

Wavetronix LLC

Wavetronix LLC develops advanced technologies for ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems),
including data management appliances, advanced radar sensors, and power and communication
solutions. The company’s wide array of traffic management solutions supports road safety and
efficiency. Product portfolio includes Wavetronix SmartSensor HD, for collecting traffic data in
high definition and Digital Wave Radar II™ for measuring various factors such as traffic volume,
individual vehicle speed, average speed, lane occupancy, vehicle classification and presence. The
company was founded in 2000.

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XATA Corporation
XATA, established in 1985, is a worldwide leader in providing fleet management solutions and a
leading provider of mobile information systems to the commercial trucking sector. The company
has the distinction of being the first to offer paperless electronic driver logs, exception-based
reporting and dynamically updated fleet standards for precise fleet intelligence. The company’s
products incorporate enterprise software, onboard computing, wireless communications and global
positioning to offer an enterprise-wide logistics management solution for North America’s largest
trucking fleets. XATA’s windows-based OpCenter™ is a leading fleet management system.
Another product is XATANET™, which is a web-based fleet management solution.

B. Market Analytics

TABLE 19: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Intelligent Transportation
Systems by Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic
Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
(PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000
through 2010
Segment 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
ATMS 863.88 907.42 959.60 1,024.56 1,104.58 1,196.70 1,303.80 1,427.53 1,569.00 1,713.66 1,859.49 7.97
ETC 265.44 285.43 312.95 353.54 406.75 483.46 587.55 734.32 908.50 1,102.46 1,302.34 17.24
PVTMS 245.15 266.99 292.51 326.79 369.08 423.45 494.84 578.67 662.87 743.14 821.39 12.85
CVO 141.74 152.30 164.36 180.52 201.24 229.03 263.89 302.81 344.81 388.50 430.54 11.75
Others 205.56 220.18 237.00 257.03 282.01 312.30 349.18 393.74 449.45 519.11 606.22 11.42
Total 1,721.77 1,832.32 1,966.42 2,142.44 2,363.66 2,644.94 2,999.26 3,437.07 3,934.63 4,466.87 5,019.98 11.29

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
2000
1600

1200
800

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TABLE 20: US Long-term Projections for Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product Segment –
Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems,
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations
(CVO) Systems, and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in
US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 2015
Segment 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
ATMS 2,008.25 2,161.88 2,322.72 2,492.28 2,671.23 7.39
ETC 1,504.85 1,687.84 1,850.55 1,996.00 2,125.94 9.02
PVTMS 898.44 971.75 1,039.77 1,101.22 1,154.74 6.48
CVO 475.10 522.61 573.62 626.05 679.33 9.35
Others 714.19 846.17 991.97 1,139.28 1,266.42 15.40
Total 5,600.83 6,190.25 6,778.63 7,354.83 7,897.66 8.97
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
3000
2400
1800
1200
600
0
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

TABLE 21: US 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product Segment -
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS),
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
(PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Segment 2003 2008 2012
ATMS 47.82 39.88 34.92
ETC 16.50 23.09 27.27
PVTMS 15.25 16.85 15.70
CVO 8.43 8.76 8.44
Others 12.00 11.42 13.67
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

2003 2008 2012


12 11.42 13.67
8.43 8.76 8.44
39.88 34.92
47.82
15.25 16.5 23.09 27.27
16.85 15.7

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EUROPE

A. Market Analysis

Europe & Japan in the Forefront of ITS


Much of the activity on ITS front can be traced to Europe and Japan, wherein congestion and safety
issues are comparatively more acute in relation to the USA and Canada. Europe and Japan have
had programs of research, development and demonstration since 1980s. The European program of
Road Transport Informatics (RTI) comprised Prometheus and Drive. The programs are monitored
at the European Union with participation from numerous countries and coordination of a series of
activities.
Prometheus functioning under the guidance of the European artificial intelligence and high
technology initiative EUREKA is a private sector program. The beginning was made in 1986 with
an investment of US$ 770 million. The program’s objective (that was vehicle oriented) was aimed
at technology developments for active driver support, cooperative driving, and traffic management.
The “Drive” project financed by the government and the industry concentrates on road
infrastructure technologies. In Phase 1 around US$ 140 million was spent on over 70 projects that
were of pre-competitive research. An investment of US$ 300 million in Phase II saw 56 projects
getting funding support that were of a field-trial nature.

European ITS Market – The Second Largest


European market for intelligent transportation systems is estimated at US$3 billion for 2008, as
compared to US$2.75 billion in 2007. The market is projected to reach US$3.6 billion by 2010,
registering a CAGR of 10.45% over the period 2000-2010.
ATMS represents the largest segment, accounting for intelligent transportation systems 32.7%
share of the total intelligent transportation systems market, estimated for 2008. CVO is projected to
record a CAGR of 18.5% over the period 2000-2010, to reach US$483.4 million by 2010.

ITS Finds Place in the EU’s €620 Million Trans-European Infrastructure Project
Intelligent transportation systems are making headway in the European infrastructure project
allocations. The European commission announced a €124 million grant for the installation of ITS
systems as a part of the €620 million trans-European infrastructure projects being embarked upon
by the EU.

SCOOT – A Key Traffic Management System


SCOOT, the acronym for ‘Split Cycle Offset Optimization Technique’, is a real-time full-service
centralized traffic management system incorporating computerized routines to gather and analyze
traffic data for easing the traffic flow and undertaking incident control on surface arterial networks.
Jointly developed by the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and UK’s traffic system suppliers,
SCOOT emerged as the preferred adaptive control tool for urban traffic management allover the
UK, Australia, Toronto, Bangkok, San Diego and Anaheim. Currently, TRL, Siemens Traffic
Control and Peek Traffic Co-Own the SCOOT.

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SCOOT obtains traffic flow data with the help of loops or detectors embedded in the surface
arterial networks. This data is analyzed along with preset travel schedules and details of road
capacity to obtain insights into the length of the queues, waiting times, and intersections, including
cycle length and phase splits. The traffic measurement and updating of queuing model is
continuous and in a cyclic flow, based on the vertical queue model. Based on the data, the signal
settings are optimized incrementally varying the length of signals in accordance with the traffic
density. SCOOT uses three optimizers for this purpose – the split optimizer, the offset optimizer
and the cycle time optimizer, all of which work together to change the signal timing data at each
phase, junction and each cycle, synchronizing the cycle timing with the traffic flow. Hence,
SCOOT is highly utilitarian on networks featuring optimal flow of traffic and intersections at
shorter distances and is not very practical for busy and congested networks where the flow is
usually at/nearing full capacity and where downstream link congestion impacts the upstream flow.
Problems erupt when there is a queue spillback, and because impacts of downstream congestion are
not virtually considered, signal optimization becomes difficult.

Market Snapshots
• In Europe, congestion is a serious problem in cities, as the planning authorities are not able to
build roads due to limited space availability.
• One of the issues confronting the European Union is the standardization of ITS systems and the
need to establish interoperable systems for ensuring that these systems can function
harmoniously and efficiently in the various states of EU.
• Interoperability enables in system up-gradation in the future with least disruption to the traffic
flow and thereby preventing a player from monopolizing the market.

Ertico
Ertico is a Europe based non-profit group whose mission is to promote and support the
implementation of ITS in Europe. It operates as part of a public-private partnership. Members of
the European intelligent transport solutions and services (ITS) industry, national governments and
the European Commission established it in 1991.

Product Introductions/Innovations

2008

Magellan Expands Roadmate® Series


Magellan, a global leading brand of GPS (Global Positioning Satellite System), expanded the
company’s RoadMate series of vehicle navigation products with the launch of three new
widescreen units. The new RoadMate® 1400 series comprises a 4.3-inch anti-glare touch screen
display and a user-friendly interface with QuickSpell™ and SmartDetour™ technologies that
facilitate rapid input and traffic guide. The RoadMate 1415, which includes NAVTEQ® full
European map, announces direction of the turns and street names. The RoadMate 1425 offers live
traffic updates and route guidance through a permanent traffic subscription.

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2007

Traficon NV Introduces a Stand Alone, Multifaceted VIP-T box


Traficon introduced a stand alone and multifaceted automatic incident detection system, VIP-T
box. The fully functional feature of the system makes it unique with MPEG4 compatibility. The
new system offers the flexibility of a stand-alone system with the benefits of a networked system.
The system is specifically designed for busy roads and facilitates solutions in flow speed, inverse
direction, objects, pedestrians, presence detection, slow moving vehicles, smoke detection and
stopped vehicle detection.

Sirit Introduces Identity MaX in Europe


Sirit Inc introduced a European version of the company’s popular Identity MaX UHF RFID reader
to assist motorists with parking and related services. The system comes with inbuilt ‘Automatic
Vehicle Identification’ (AVI) feature that works excellently for single-lane traffic. The European
version operates in the 865 – 868 MHz band, and can be easily retrofitted to existing infrastructure
owing to its Power over Ethernet capabilities.
Tele Atlas Provides Digital Maps to Egypt and Saudi Arabia
Tele Atlas further expanded its market reach by providing digital maps to Egypt and Saudi Arabia,
and thus increasing the number of countries that use these digital maps to 64. The inclusion of
these two countries was immediately preceded by the company’s decision to provide map-related
coverage to South Africa and, Eastern and Central Europe. The clientele base of Tele Atlas is
widely spread across the globe. Tele Atlas is a company engaged in supplying digital maps that
easily integrate into diverse navigational systems.

2006

Siemens Introduces Traffic Signal Control Equipment, Sitraffic C900


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) introduced series of advanced traffic signal
control equipment, C900 family, an upgraded version of C800. The system allows control of upto
48 signal groups. The system comes with energy-saving 40-volt LED signal heads and runs on a
Linux PC with minimum processor speed of 266 Mhz.
Siemens Introduces Traffic Control System, Sitraffic Scala
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) introduced a first-of-its-kind traffic control
system, Sitraffic Scala, built on standards based technology platform. The cost-effective system
implements the complete functions of Traffic Management System and enables intelligent traffic
guidance to all the motorists. Sitraffic Scala is designed to withstand data redundancy and
duplication of data. The system has a unique map display unit that is powered by the GIS
(Geographical Information Systems).
Siemens Introduces Modular Tunnel Control Center
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S) Launches modular tunnel control center,
Sitraffic ITCC (International Tunnel Control Center). The system has been developed with high

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standards and is adaptable to most of the situations irrespective of national regulations. Sitraffic
ITCC is designed to control and optimize traffic automatically and also gives a choice of manual
control. In case of an accident the system is capable of analyzing the traffic and transmitting the
data to the control center and at the same time take necessary precautions to avoid further damage.

INIT Offers Novel ITS Solutions


INIT offered an advanced ITS technology for various transportation companies that are engaged in
rendering public transportation services. These solutions of INIT that are available under the brand
name MOBILE, blends various software and hardware technologies in addressing various issues of
public transportation including fleet management, automated passenger counting and passenger
information, and ticketing in form of smart cards. This system has the ability to be used both as a
stand-alone unit, as well as a one that integrates into another system. In addition, MOBILE
constantly keeps providing relevant information to drivers that enable them to avoid congested
zones. Globally, many leading transportation companies have successfully implemented ITS system.
Citilog Launches Two New ITS Products
Citilog launched two novel products, MediaCity and Media TD, which successfully address two
diverse aspects of urban traffic. MediaTD processes images of traffic flow that are captured by a
camera, through its sophisticated software, and subsequently, relevant data is provided by this
system. The data gives reliable information pertaining to various aspects of traffic including speed,
occupancy and flow, which is highly useful for professionals like consultants, statisticians, traffic
engineers and city planners. The second product, MediaCity, essentially provides information
related to factors like pedestrians at crossings and quantity of vehicles present in a specific zone.
Based on this, drivers can plan their route of travel. Apart from that, MediaCity also plays a vital
role in regulation of traffic, as is evident from its efficient regulation of trams and cars on the busy
streets of Paris. Similar to MediaTD, this product is also equipped with sophisticated image
processing software.
Siemens VDO Launches Adaptive Cruise Control System
Siemens launched a latest adaptive cruise control (ACC) system that successfully tackles the
problems caused on account of poor visibility while driving, which is caused due to fog and rain.
The sophisticated technologies present in this system warn the drivers about the distance at which
the vehicle ahead is present, based on which they can decide about braking or decelerating.
Steria Launches New Traffic Supervision System
Steria launched a new system of traffic supervision at Swiss Canton of Zurich. Steria is a company
based in France, and engaged in providing solutions for management and regulation of rail, air and
road traffic.
Traficon Launches TrafiCam
Traficon launched its latest traffic surveillance camera and detector - TrafiCam, which is equipped
with just a single sensor. TrafiCam can be conveniently installed on any traffic signal, and is
designed to provide an aesthetic look. This is in response to preferences of modern-day consumers,
who, along with performance, are also keen on look of the product.

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New On-Board Units from Q-Free
Q-Free ASA (Q-Free), a leading producer of automatic toll collection systems, launched new on-
board units under the brand name, QBU. The new units are offered in three versions -
communicative, autonomous, and receptive. The communicative QBU includes buttons, and
displays, and offers versatile services. The unit can function as a parking meter within the car. The
autonomous QBU allows the communication between roadside infrastructure and the car, and
enables the users to make payments for road tolls, petrol or parking lot fees. The version is
developed to assist drivers while traveling through congestion charging areas and tolling points.
The receptive QBU offers exceptional services. It enables vehicle users to insert a personalized
smart card to activate discount schemes/bonus or to access various other services.

Strategic Corporate Developments

2008

M.Tech Pockets Dambach


German traffic technology group M.Tech Technologie und Beteiligungs AG (M.Tech AG), a
subsidiary of Swarco Holdings AG, acquired Dambach-Werke GmbH. The transaction strengthens
Swarco’s position in the German traffic market, in addition to complementing the product lines of
Swarco and its subsidiary Signalbau Huber. Dambach-Werke is a leading producer and supplier of
electronic traffic control systems in the country.

NPRA Awards Service and Maintenance Contract to Q-Free


Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) awarded a contract worth NOK 98 million to Q-
Free ASA to deliver maintenance and service for the AutoPASS infrastructure. Under the four-year
contract, Q-Free would provide corrective and precautionary service as well as maintenance for
over 26 systems.

2007

Addco and Odeco Enters Partnership


Addco Inc., a US based manufacturer and distributor of work zone safety solutions and traffic
control equipment, formed partnership with Odeco Electronica S.A. of Spain. The deal expands
Addco’s product line, besides enhancing growth opportunities. Odeco Electronica, a part of the
global consortium specializing in traffic and LED technology, offers intelligent transportation
systems, fixed dynamic messaging signs and access panels in North America and Europe.

Siemens to Install New Traffic Management System in Lithuania


Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group expressed plans to install new Traffic
Management System, Sitraffic, in the city of Vilnius in Lithuania. Siemens is implementing the
project through a consortium with Eismas Ltd., Fima Ltd., and Hnit-Baltic GeoInfoservisas being
the other partners. The project, estimated at €7 million is scheduled for completion in the year
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data gathered from sources to make it a completely refined, accurate and reliable data that helps
motorists, transportation agencies, fleet operators and traffic control centers to adapt to the existing
traffic or take the alternate route.
The system gathers information through standards based CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) and
after refining, transmits the same through SMS, e-mail, Internet, or traffic display panels. The
system also makes use of TMC (Traffic Message Channel) for broadcasting information through
radio.

Steria to Expand Taxi Management System at London’s Heathrow Airport


Steria, a France based IT services provider, secured a contract from the British Airport Authority
(BAA) to install and maintain taxi management system at London Heathrow Airport’s new
Terminal 5. The project scheduled to open in the first half of the year 2008, enables the airport
authority systematically control and track taxi services. The BAA awarded the project, owing to
satisfactory performance of Steria’s Taxi management system at terminals 1 to 4 at the airport. The
terminal 5-taxi management system is planned and designed specifically to cater to the heavy rush
expected during the 2012 London Olympics.

Siemens Secures Contract for Traffic Control Systems in Switzerland


The Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group secured a supply and installation contract for
Traffic Control Systems (TCS) from the Swiss canton of St. Gallen. The contract worth €5.7
million involves installation of computer systems to monitor and gather traffic information at five
tunnels and 96 all-lane display panels on the public freeway. The contract, scheduled to finish in
the first quarter of 2009, would significantly reduce traffic congestion, accidents and ensure a safe
and smooth drive.
Siemens Completes Traffic Control System Project in Turkey
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services’ (I&S) Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) division
completed the installation of traffic control system at Nefise-Akçelik tunnel, the longest tunnel in
Turkey. Siemens completed the project at a cost of about €17.5 million. The project includes
camera monitoring equipment with video detection system, fire protection equipment, lighting,
power distribution system, radio systems, traffic guidance systems, tunnel control center and
ventilation. The system and solution is built to monitor and automatically make any changes in
terms of air quality, and lighting, and also includes firefighting equipment. Commuters can be
informed about the traffic conditions through variable message signboards and 252 loudspeakers in
the tunnel.
Siemens Secures Contract in Prague for Traffic Modernization
Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group secured traffic modernization contract in Prague.
The contract entails installation of traffic control centers and integrating them with the central
traffic computer in all the ten zones of the city.
The city of Prague’s technical municipal authority, Technicka Sprava Komunikaci and Siemens
and Eltodo EG’s joint venture, Eltodo Dopravni Systemy S.R.O. would jointly execute the €156
million contract that would be completed over a period of 15 years.

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Siemens Chosen to Deliver Traffic Management Solution to Havering
Siemens secured a contract to deliver traffic management solution to the London Borough of
Havering for reducing congestion, roadblocks, accidents, and ensuring a smooth flow of traffic.
The development entails installation of Siespace System and 16 Variable Message signs that
provide motorists with car park and travel information.

Tele Atlas and MCH GeoPoints Enter into Partnership Agreement


Tele Atlas and MCH GeoPoints entered into an agreement concerning integration of technology.
As per this agreement, data of MCH GeoPoints is integrated into digital maps of Tele Atlas, which
enables various organizations and institutions like utility and insurance companies, to have ready
access to important information pertaining to their respective fields of activity. GeoPoints’ unique
database, places2protect™, which provides vital information related to various relevant institutions,
will be blended into digital maps of Tele Atlas.

2006
Telvent GIT SA Takes Over PB Farradyne
Telvent GIT S.A. of Spain took control over the assets of the US-based ITS company, PB
Farradyne (Farradyne); and operates the combined company under the name Telvent Farradyne.
The move is a part of Telvent’s strategy to expand its transportation and traffic business, globally,
and to gain from widespread growth opportunities. The acquisition brings in a professional team
that serves both public and private clientele, including local/regional transportation agencies, state
transportation departments, and the Federal Highway Administration. Besides, the acquisition
enhances Telvent’s Traffic IT platform, and offer long-term growth potential.
Zeus Technology Enters into Partnership with Itlog
Zeus Technology, an application specific traffic management software provider, entered into a
partnership with Itlog, a supplier of IT management applications. As per the deal, Itlog distributes
Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager (ZETM) to medium to large Brazilian organizations, providing
the latest Application Delivery Controller (ADC). The partnership allows Itlog to gain from Zeus’
flexible software in creating an inclusive solution for traffic management, and application
acceleration, and offer it either as a service or a project.
V-Traffic Enters into Partnership with Masternaut
V-Traffic and Masternaut entered into a partnership agreement for implementation of Intelligent
Transportation System (ITS). The partnership between the companies is aimed at providing
effective solutions to various traffic-related issues. Masternaut will utilize the pertinent information
provided by V-Traffic, for rendering efficient services to its customers. V-Traffic studies data from
about 24,000 vehicles and provides relevant information to Masternaut. The Floating Car Dated
(FCD) Technology of the latter is used for this study.
V-Traffic Collaborates with University Paul Sabatier
V-Traffic and University Paul Sabatier entered into a collaboration agreement. This collaboration
enables analysis of traffic-related issues with a statistical perspective, which assists V-Traffic in
coming out with ITS services and solutions conforming to exemplary standards.

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Q-Free Secures Contract for Deploying Toll System on Tamar Bridge
Q-Free secured a contract for implementing its sophisticated toll system on Tamar Toll Bridge. As
per this contract, valued at about NOK 3 million, Q-Free supplies OBUs (On Board Units) to the
UK’s market, for installation on Tamar toll bridge, Plymouth.

Tele Atlas Signs Licensing Agreement with MapIT


TeleAtlas and MapIT entered into an agreement for jointly providing coverage of digital maps to
seven African countries - South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and
Mozambique. Growing popularity of South African region as a destination for tourists increased
the necessity of digital maps, and led TeleAtlas to initiate this agreement.

Tele Atlas Collaborates with WindSpring


Tele Atlas and WindSpring Inc. entered into a collaboration agreement for marketing Data
Miniaturization Technology (DMT) ™ of the latter. This technology will also be integrated into
digital maps of Tele Atlas for further enhancing their standards. For this purpose, there is no
necessity to upgrade existing hardware and storage systems, as is the case with integration of most
of other technologies. DMT converts large map and data files into Micro Data Format (MDF)™,
without affecting the quality and quantity of content. This is highly useful for integrating them into
smaller devices like personal navigation systems and mobile phones.

Intermap Enters into Agreement with Several German Automotive Manufacturers


Intermap Technologies Corporation entered into a development contract with several Germany
based automotive manufacturers wherein, as per the contract, Intermap provides the manufacturers
with the company’s NEXTMap 3-D road data geospatial databases for enhancing the vehicle
engine control in Germany’s intelligent transportation systems segment.

Select Players

Citilog SA (France)
Citilog SA, a French traffic management systems and video image processing solutions
Company, leads the global market in automatic incident detection systems and traffic
surveillance systems. Citilog’s systems find applications in enabling traffic data collection, video
surveillance, automatic incident detection, security, detection of PTZ cameras and intersection
control for road transportation and arterial networks, tunnel management and urban traffic
monitoring.
Established in 1997, Citilog’s operations span throughout Europe and the US. Major customers of
the company include motorway companies, cities, as well as local authorities in France, Australia,
Canada, Switzerland, China and Spain, flaunting a host of successful implementations of Citilog’s
incident detection systems. Citilog is the industry pioneer in developing and deploying the world’s
first advanced video detection system – the VisioPaD that is easy to use and entails no calibration
on the similar lines of ‘plug-and-play’ devices.

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Dambach-Werke GmbH (Germany)
Dambach Werke GmbH, a subsidiary of M-Tech Technologie & Beteiligungs AG, specializes in
traffic management systems and is a producer of traffic safety products and systems such as traffic
signs and a range of electronic traffic control systems. Its subsidiary in the UK (Dambach UK)
offers changeable message signs services all over the UK and Ireland. Dambach-Werke was
acquired by M-Tech AG in 2008.

Imago Group (Spain)


Imago Group, headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, designs, develops, manufactures and markets
large LED displays. Imago is a global partnership network, which operates in four key markets -
Traffic Signs, Sports Marketing, Architecture Video-Structures and Advertising. The company
provides traffic solutions under the global brand Imago Traffic. The company’s customer base
includes leading companies, top sports teams, marketing agencies and Governments across the
world. The company has its presence in more than 40 countries. In 2008, three traffic industry
majors Odeco, Thomas VT and Addco integrated to form Imago Group.
INIT Innovation In Traffic Transportation Systems, AG (Germany)
INIT Innovation In Traffic Systems, AG, a wholly owned subsidiary of INIT GmbH, is a global
provider of electronic fare collection systems and telematics solutions and services for public
transport. The company is also engaged in developing, manufacturing, installing and maintenance
of integrated hardware and software services and solutions for several transportation companies.
INIT’s telematics software and services products include PROservice, MOBILEreports,
MOBILEstatistics, MOBILEartist and MOBILEforms services. Mobile telematics systems
provided by the company include INFOS – Infrared location support system, LISA – traffic signal
priority system, COPILOT – onboard computer systems, PRESSit – mobile data terminal,
MOBILE-TLI – data network controller and PIDmobil – on board passenger information display
system. The company’s electronic payment system products include DATAstation, TOUCHcoin,
TOUCHmobil, TOUCHstation, EVENDportable and EVENDintegral.
M.Tech AG (Germany)
M.Tech AG, a subsidiary of Swarco Holdings AG, ranks among the leading providers of intelligent
traffic systems (ITS) in Germany. The company’s subsidiary Signalbau Huber is a major player in
the intelligent and emission-controlled traffic systems market in Europe. In 2008, M.Tech acquired
Dambach-Werke GmbH, a German company specializes in traffic control systems and the traffic
engineering.
Q-FREE ASA (Norway)
Q-Free ASA (Q-Free) is a leading producer of automatic toll collection systems and is a pioneer in
technological developments related to Road Transport and Traffic Telematics (RTTT). The
company is involved in developing, marketing and operating electronic payment systems including
road pricing systems, access control systems, tracking systems for vehicles and goods, automatic
fare collection systems and operations services for the transportation sector. The company also
produces traffic information systems, parking fee collection and ticketing systems and container
management systems.

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Steria SA
Steria SA is a leading IT services company in Europe with expertise in consulting, systems
integration and managed services. The company also offers its expertise in the areas of public
services, banking and insurance, manufacturing/utilities/transport and telecommunications markets.
The company also enjoys expertise in handling large-scale projects and offers a range of
industrialized solutions in Europe. The company provides services for traffic forecasts and
management, tunnel supervision and toll system or car park management.

Swarco Holdings AG (Germany)


Swarco Holdings AG is a provider of an array of products, services and solutions in traffic
management and materials. The company is active in three business divisions – Traffic Materials,
Traffic Management, and Surface Treatment. The Traffic Management division comprises twelve
companies including Mizar Automazione S.p.A., Signelit ZRt., Swarco Danmark AS, Swarco Elsig
s.r.o., Swarco Finland OY, Swarco Futurit Verkehrssignalsysteme GesmbH, Swarco ITS, Swarco
Norge AS, Swarco Sverige AB, Swarco Technology APS, Swarco Traffic Management, Inc., and
Swarco V.S.M. GmbH. China based Swarco Intelligent Traffic Management System Equipment
Co., Ltd. (SITS) supplies advanced intelligent traffic management systems and products, as well as
market interurban traffic management systems. Swarco Futurit is one of the leading suppliers of
variable message signs. Swarco operates more than 60 companies located in Austria, China,
Germany, Italy, Norway, Romania, Russia, Sweden, and the United States. The company was
established in 1969 as a manufacturer of glass beads in Austria.

Telvent GIT S.A. (Spain)


The Global RealTime IT Company Telvent GIT S.A. offers advanced solutions for Transport,
Traffic, Energy, and Environment industries. The company offers technical services in the areas of
real-time control, mission-critical and information management. Additionally the company also
handles Telecommunications and IT infrastructure for a huge client base globally. The company’s
traffic management systems include RedEye (red-light detection system); Odyssey (Intelligent
traffic control, highway and city access management system); SmartTOLL (Intelligent Toll
Management and Control System); Itaca (Intelligent system for urban traffic control); MoviSmart
(Integrated systems for traffic and transportation); and Sicotie (Tunnel management and control
system). The company offers its services in North America, the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Latin
America, Africa, and the Middle East. In 2008, The OHL Brasil construction company awarded a
contract worth more than €8 million to Telvent for the supply, implementation and start-up of the
latter’s SmartToll system on three of the Brazilian federal highways.

Traficon N.V. (Belgium)


Traficon N.V. designs, develops, builds and installs automated traffic and incident detection and
intersection control & monitoring equipment that often form the enabling platforms for intelligent
transportation systems. Traficon’s video image processing devices for traffic analysis include
traffic cameras, detector & communication boards, PC Software and Rack systems. Traficon video
detection systems are used in several traffic applications such as ramp metering, travel time
calculation, dynamic speed indication, queue tail monitoring, congestion monitoring, tunnel access

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control, ventilation control, rerouting, and dynamic queue indication during road works. The
company offers products for tunnel, road and urban applications. Leveraging on the long-standing
experience of over 20 years, Traficon’s custom-made detectors enhance the on-road safety.

Zeus Technology Ltd (UK)


Zeus Technology is involved in developing application traffic management software that enhances
network/web-enabled applications. The company offers web infrastructure solutions to more than
800 clients, including China Telecom, NASA, Federal Railroads Administration, STA Travel,
VNU, BT, Hotel.de, PLAY.COM, The Institute of Financial Services, Strategic Command, and
Virgin Holiday. Zeus also enjoys partnerships with world-renowned companies, including IBM,
Egenera, Sun Microsystems, VMware, AMD, HP, Intel and Qualcomm. The company was
established in 1995.

B. Market Analytics

TABLE 22: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Intelligent Transportation
Systems by Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic
Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
(PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 through 2010
Segment 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
ATMS 727.33 741.88 757.83 781.17 809.37 845.31 886.31 941.08 987.49 1,033.56 1,045.92 3.70
ETC 261.62 325.16 387.30 404.00 641.38 652.86 662.08 692.80 719.04 766.28 817.70 12.07
PVTMS 142.46 163.70 190.99 225.12 268.25 318.52 385.31 456.32 525.95 589.85 644.94 16.30
CVO 88.43 101.59 119.79 143.03 172.44 206.84 244.53 292.31 347.21 410.54 483.37 18.51
Others 113.25 129.76 151.77 179.65 215.24 255.96 308.41 368.89 442.08 523.78 609.47 18.33
Total 1,333.09 1,462.09 1,607.68 1,732.97 2,106.68 2,279.49 2,486.64 2,751.40 3,021.77 3,324.01 3,601.40 10.45

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and 24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
1150

920

690
460

230

0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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TABLE 23: European Long-term Projections for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll
Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS),
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 2015
Segment 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
ATMS 1,092.51 1,129.38 1,166.36 1,202.82 1,241.86 3.26
ETC 873.71 937.93 1,014.00 1,090.15 1,159.16 7.32
PVTMS 700.73 756.79 812.87 870.26 927.35 7.26
CVO 552.54 616.47 670.23 717.88 759.88 8.29
Others 692.05 769.97 842.27 914.12 979.39 9.07
Total 3,911.54 4,210.54 4,505.73 4,795.23 5,067.64 6.69
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 0.67 Euro, 0.50 British Pound and 24.43 Russian Rubles.
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy,
Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
1300

1120

940
760

580

400
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TABLE 24: European 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic
Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO)
Systems, and Other Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Segment 2003 2008 2012
ATMS 45.08 32.67 26.82
ETC 23.31 23.80 22.28
PVTMS 12.99 17.41 17.97
CVO 8.25 11.49 14.64
Others 10.37 14.63 18.29
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Europe include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and The United Kingdom
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

2003 2008 2012


10.37 14.63 18.29
8.25
11.49 32.67 26.82
45.08
12.99 14.64

17.41
23.31 17.97 22.28
23.8
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JAPAN

A. Market Analysis
ITS activity in Japan started in 1970s and represents one of the most sophisticated in the world in
terms of having a full fledged operational system for vehicles/drivers across the nation. The Road
Automobile Communications System (RACS) and the Advanced Mobile Traffic Information and
Communications System (AMTICS) programs, which began in 1980s, were at the behest of
different ministries. These two programs related to traffic management and traveler information
systems i.e., navigation and traffic information dissemination. RACS was directed towards
expressway traffic and AMTICS was meant for dealing with arterial street systems. In order to
have infrastructure, public money was used for supporting the ITS applications developed in their
R&D program.
In the 1990s RACS and AMTICS were predecessors to Vehicle Information and Communication
System (VICS), which tried addressing complete system integration, with real-time traffic
management and route guidance as the main objectives. Japan is expected to be at the forefront in
installing traffic and traveler information services in order to tackle traffic related problems. It is
expected to intensify its efforts towards expressway management comprising dynamic speed limits,
access control, automatic incident detection and variable message signs. A digital map is employed
as a basis for a number of route guidance systems marketed by private firms.
Japan – Third Largest Market
Japanese market for intelligent transportation systems is estimated at US$1.7 billion for 2008, as
compared to US$1.5 billion in 2007. The market is projected to reach US$2.1 billion by 2010,
registering a CAGR of 12.6% over the period 2000-2010.
ATMS represents the largest segment, accounting for intelligent transportation systems 46.8%
share of the total intelligent transportation systems market, estimated for 2008. ETC is projected to
record a CAGR of 17.3% over the period 2000-2010, to reach US$455.4 million by 2010.
Steps Towards Deployment of ITS
With an aim to decongest roads and compete in the world market, companies in Japan such as
Toyota Motor, Nissan Motor, and Honda are taking aggressive steps in developing intelligent
transportation systems. In 1998, Matsushita Communication Industrial and Pioneer Corp each had
a market share of about 22.0% in car navigation systems. Together with navigation systems,
companies in Japan provide information services that offer latest evaluations of traffic conditions
as well as information on the location of restaurants, gas stations, parking lots and others.
The information service for car navigation users of Toyota Motors and Nissan Motors is called as
Monet and Compass Link. Honda’s web-based Internavi map service provides the service to home
users and drivers, wherein the information can be downloaded from a computer to a flash memory
card for usage in the in-car navigation system. But these services are not able to meet the stated
objectives, as they are costly. The information required can also be obtained from a guidebook. A
few drivers are apprehensive due to the fact that these gadgets distract them while driving. The
country imposed a ban on usage of cell phones while at the wheel. Notwithstanding this, car
navigation systems’ is increasingly being used in vehicles.

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Strategic Developments

2007

Nissan to Test New ITS Technology


Nissan Motors Co. Ltd (Nissan), announced plans to test a new Intelligent Transportation System
(ITS) for traffic management, which enables vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, designed
keeping in view the rising number of road accidents at intersections and easing the traffic
congestion. The test is expected to be conducted till March 2009.
Nissan would install an advanced traffic signal infrastructure at the Nissan Technical Centre in
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan and collect data from employee cars to practically test its efficiency
and limitations.
The test would be carried out at select stretches of the road within the Nissan Technical Centre
where the company employees frequently drive. The ITS architecture includes standard traffic
lights as well as roadside optical beacons linked to an advanced traffic light system. Data from the
vehicles and the traffic lights would be computed by the advanced traffic light system. The test
does not entail any modifications to in-vehicle systems but the company has equipped cars of
participating employees with Vehicle Information and Communications System units for obtaining
additional data.

New Electronic Toll Collection System from Japanese Inventors


A group of inventors from Japan developed a new ETC (electronic toll collection) device for toll
road. The new device includes a vehicle sensor to detect an incoming ETC/non-ETC vehicle, and
an antenna that transmits radio signals. The incoming ETC vehicle is detected by noticing the radio
response to transmitted radio signal. If the radio response is not received for a transmitted radio
signal, then the vehicle is considered as a non-ETC vehicle.

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TABLE 25: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Intelligent Transportation
Systems by Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic
Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems
(PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 through 2010
Segment 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
ATMS 436.32 460.06 486.56 516.78 555.02 601.31 656.39 718.81 791.19 869.28 949.78 8.09
ETC -- 108.12 128.48 153.32 191.88 244.19 290.88 336.14 379.20 419.21 455.43 17.33#
PVTMS 90.79 99.65 110.24 123.38 139.25 159.75 186.41 219.09 256.75 297.44 339.85 14.11
CVO 61.35 66.00 71.70 78.60 86.68 96.73 109.33 125.88 147.76 176.07 206.90 12.93
Others 54.43 58.58 63.45 69.43 76.54 84.62 93.93 104.67 116.98 131.17 147.53 10.49
Total 642.89 792.41 860.43 941.51 1,049.37 1,186.60 1,336.94 1,504.59 1,691.88 1,893.17 2,099.49 12.56

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 106.40 Japanese Yen
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Current Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
# Denotes CAGR for the period 2001-2010
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
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800
600
400
200
0
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TABLE 26: Japanese Long-term Projections for Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product
Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)
Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle
Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 2015
Segment 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
ATMS 1,030.61 1,109.35 1,183.23 1,252.80 1,316.94 6.32
ETC 490.09 522.34 552.95 582.64 611.42 5.69
PVTMS 382.60 423.77 461.66 495.78 523.25 8.14
CVO 238.31 267.57 292.72 314.50 332.17 8.66
Others 166.34 187.66 210.76 234.91 259.65 11.78
Total 2,307.95 2,510.69 2,701.32 2,880.63 3,043.43 7.16
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 10% (+/-)
Exchange rates used for standardizing data in this table are 1 US $ = 106.40 Japanese Yen
Data is not adjusted for inflation. It is reported in nominal terms.
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Data is standardized to the currency values as on February 01, 2008.
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
1500
1200
900
600
300
0
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

TABLE 27: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Transportation Systems by Product Segment –
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic
Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS),
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Segment 2003 2008 2012
ATMS 54.90 46.77 44.19
ETC 16.28 22.41 20.80
PVTMS 13.10 15.18 16.88
CVO 8.35 8.73 10.66
Others 7.37 6.91 7.47
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

2003 2008 2012


7.37 6.91 7.47
8.35 8.73 10.66
13.1
15.18 44.19
46.77
54.9
16.28 22.41 16.88
20.8

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REST OF WORLD

(CANADA, ASIA-PACIFIC, LATIN AMERICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST)

A. Market Analysis
Market for intelligent transportation systems in rest of world is estimated at US$1.15 billion for
2008, as compared to US$969.1 million in 2007. The market is projected to reach US$1.7 billion
by 2010, registering a CAGR of 14.65% over the period 2000-2010.
ATMS represents the largest segment, accounting for intelligent transportation systems 49% share
of the total intelligent transportation systems market, estimated for 2008. ETC is projected to
record a CAGR of 16.7% over the period 2000-2010, to reach US$424.1 million by 2010.

Select Markets: A Review

Canada

Awakening Governmental Support to ITS Projects


In Canada, ITS program can be traced to the early 1980s and the development efforts represented
fairly modest. In the absence of a national program in the past, much of the activity was accounted
for by individual agencies. The preliminary objective was on applications that improve public
transport operations, commercial vehicle efficiency, and traffic congestion. However, since 1999,
the Canadian government initiated funding support to the extent of US$7.5 million in support of
ITS programs and research through ‘En route to Intelligent Mobility’.

Asia-Pacific
Asia-Pacific represents a developing market for intelligent transportation systems. Developmental
efforts to deploy intelligent transportation systems are underway in China, Taiwan, Singapore,
Malaysia and other markets.

Australia – A Well Developed ITS Market


Australia is a well developed market for ITS in the Asian continent. Australian ITS market
comprises several sectors, which include electronic payment and tolling, public transport
operations, commercial vehicle operations, traffic management systems, incident management and
response, vehicle control and safety systems, transport management, traveler information systems,
transport security and transport system integration hardware and software development.
There are nearly 500 companies engaged in developing futuristic transportation system
components and many ITS projects worldwide have been modeled on the highly successful
SCATS (Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic Control System) and CityLink ITS architectures of
Australia. Ongoing modernization of railroad infrastructure and investments in intermodal
transport are likely to peg high growth rates for the Australian ITS sector. The ‘e-transport’
program of the Australian Transport Council integrates public, private and institutional programs
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technology companies, communication carriers and the state & federal governments partake in this
program. The country is also receiving huge ITS research funding from international technology
majors such as Motorola, Alcatel, Webraska and Bosch. Also, the Victorian government is actively
endeavoring to institute a National Intelligent Transport Systems Center of Excellence for
furthering the initiative. As a result, the roadside assistance, fleet management, logistics, navigation
guidance, automobiles and freight applications are set to witness revolutionary improvements in
on-road travel performances.

ITS Australia
Intelligent Transport Systems Australia focuses on enabling the development and deployment of
modern technologies for usage over various modes of transport. Setup in 1992, the organization
comprises people with expertise in technology and transportation fields drawn from industry,
government, consumer and academic areas. The objective of ITS Australia is to involve itself in
national transportation planning in order to make sure that ITS deployment is in the interests of all
the stakeholders.

SCATS
SCATS - the Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System is an unmanned, fully computerized
and vertical queue based advanced traffic management system attempting to minimize traffic
congestions and travel delays by efficiently regulating the traffic flow through signal time/Phase
optimization. SCATS was developed by New South Wales Department of Main Roads. Though
developed in Australia, the system’s growing popularity world over rendered it as a global system,
ready-to-use anywhere in the world, further commended by exports to over 50 countries. Tyco
Integrated Systems is the leading distributor of SCATS worldwide. SCATS is successfully
implemented in various cities of Australia, Mexico, USA, China, Indonesia, New Zealand, Ireland,
Malaysia, The Philippines and Singapore.
SCATS deploy embedded inductive loop detectors and obtains traffic data in real time. Based on
the information received, the data is concurred with the most probable travel time schedules and
the queue lengths to arrive at the precise time and number of the vehicles approaching a junction
and further computes the optimal signal timing and accordingly matches the real-time signal
changeover to minimize delays and congestions. The adaptive control enabled SCATS to emerge
as one of the world’s most efficient urban traffic management and control system linking multiple
traffic signal controllers.

India – A Potential Market


ITS penetration in India is negligible with a few instances of ETC installations. However the
National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), the agency responsible for the National Highways
plans to adopt electronic toll collection (ETC) systems on major highways throughout the country.
The NHAI’s National Highways Development Programme (NHDP) plans to expand about 10,000
kilometers of highway network through public-private participation.
The NHAI is spending substantial amounts on developing its highway networks to international
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about US$40.0 billion. Of this nearly US$30.0 billion is expected to come from public private
participation projects in the form of BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer). As such the market offers huge
opportunities for the implementation of advanced tolling systems such as ETC. The National
Highway Network, which constitutes about 2% of the total road network in the country, carries
nearly 40% of the traffic. Moreover absence of alternative routes ensures that there is no diversion
of traffic away from tolled roads. The NHAI is in the process of finalizing a national interoperable
standard for ETC deployment across the highway network in the region.

Latin America

Market Analysis

Brazil: Largest Transportation Network


In Latin America, Brazil represents the largest economy. Transportation network is the largest in
South American region and offers business prospects to companies involved in the development of
ITS products and services. The public sector is playing a role in the improvement of the
transportation network by means of privatization, concessions of licenses to the private sector,
reviewing regulatory institutional frameworks for the transportation sectors, and investing in new
projects. Private sector is complementing the efforts by providing training to the workforce in latest
technologies and in investing in total quality and logistics programs.
ITS systems help in improving the management of vehicles and traffic. They improve logistics
planning and vehicle management by way of cargo tracing, vehicle location, vehicle routing and
scheduling, and incident response. The Ministry of Transportation (MOT) is overseeing the
deployment of ITS in Brazil for enabling the Highway Patrol Group for managing and controlling
cargo and private vehicles efficiently.

Market Snapshots
• Raytheon of US is a major vendor of ITS to Brazil.
• Both the state and federal government provide funds for the development of roads.
• In Brazil top priority is accorded to electronic toll collection by allocating more funds, which is
one of the principal applications of ITS.
• Tag-based electronic systems that are deployed in Brazil utilize Amtech’s read only backscatter
tool in the 915 MHz frequency band.
• Related 915 MHz backscatter systems are in use in other Latin American countries such as
Chile and Argentina and also across Mexico, the US and Canada. This is expected to harmonize
interoperable activities across North and South American geographies. Many of these systems
that have been deployed as well as Amtech systems in Brazil make use of the American
Trucking Association protocol.
• Title 21 read/write protocol employing backscatter know-how in the 915 MHz is consistent with
hardware and systems that are in use in Brazil.
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Product Introduction

2006
IPICO and Dyna Group Unveil Passive RFID Electronic Toll Collection System
IPICO and Dyna Group, Argentinean partner of IPICO, unveiled the passive Radio Frequency
Identification (RFID) system, designed on the IP-X™ technology of IPICO, for electronic toll
collection in South America. Passive and active RFID systems are used in open lane tolling,
facilitating reduction in traffic congestion, restricting excessive speeding, and combating crime.

Strategic Corporate Developments

2008
Telvent to Install Traffic Control System in Xinxiang
Telvent GIT S.A. announced plans to install an urban traffic control system in the city of Xinxiang
in China. The project worth more than €4 million is part of an agreement signed by the company
with Bureau of Public Safety of Xinxiang in 2004. Under the terms of the agreement, Telvent
would integrate the city’s electronic police system, the geographical information system (GIS), the
integrated assistance system, and the traffic signal control system during project execution.
The OHL Brasil Awards Contract to Telvent
The OHL Brasil construction company selected Telvent GIT S.A. for the supply, implementation
and start-up of the latter’s SmartToll system on three of the Brazilian federal highways. The
contract includes installation of 19 toll booths, three control centers, and 348 tollways, in addition
to Telvent’s SmartToll management software. The project worth more than €8 million is likely to
be completed within a year.
2007
TransCore Chosen by Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission to Upgrade Toll System
Transcore Inc. secured a contract from the Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission to upgrade the
existing 24-lane Toll Collection System and toll plazas on the two bridges operated by the
commission. As per the terms of the contract, TransCore would replace all the lane controllers;
install new automatic vehicle identification (AVI) systems in all the lanes, and video detection
systems in select lanes. The company would also build a new network that would connect all the
lanes, plazas, host, and workstations, and would also install host servers and applications, and new
plaza. The company would also install new touch-screen terminals, and receipt printers in attended
lanes. The upgradation is scheduled for completion by mid 2008.
Siemens Secures Key Contract from Sharjah
Siemens secured key contract from the Middle Eastern emirate of Sharjah for the supply,
installation and maintenance of Traffic management systems and solutions. The main focus is on
equipping the city with Siemens’ Comet, PC SCOOT, and ST800 Traffic controllers. The
development is part of the strategy to contain the growing number of accidents along with the
growing movement of vehicles on the city’s roads.

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IRD Buys 50% Stake in Xuzhou-PAT Control Technologies
International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD) purchased 50% stake in Xuzhou-PAT Control
Technologies Limited (XCPT) of China for CDN$4.5 million. Xuzhou Construction Machinery
Group (XCMG), one of the largest manufacturers of construction machinery in China, holds the
remaining 50%. XCPT is a designer, manufacturer and service provider of high technology
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to the Chinese roadway infrastructure market.

Telvent Wins Supply Contract for Road Safety Systems


Telvent GIT S.A. received a contract worth €5 million from the Chinese City of Bayannur Police
Department to provide road safety and traffic control systems to the latter. As per the agreement,
Telvent installs a computerized control center, which connects a variety of other systems installed
by Telvent, such as traffic flow supervision on the main roads, traffic monitoring and control
through cameras as well as traffic regularization and optimization at traffic lights.

Siemens Consortium Secures Largest UTC Project in China


A consortium led by Siemens Limited China Industrial Solutions and Services (SLC I&S) secured
a contract to install the largest Urban Traffic Control (UTC) system in the city of Wuhan in China.
The total estimated cost of installing the system is about €7.9 million. The project has been
awarded by the Wuhan Urban Construction Utilization on behalf of the Wuhan Traffic Police. As
per the terms of the contract, the consortium installs CCTV cameras, traffic detection systems, and
traffic lights at about 420 junctions in Wuhan. The project also involves the deployment of
advanced communication systems linking the main control center with 2 sub-centers in Wuhan.
Apart from SLC I&S; other members of the consortium include Siemens AG, Siemens
International Trading, Ltd. Shanghai (SITL), and Wuhan E-Fly Technology Co., Ltd. The project is
scheduled for completion in early 2009.

Siemens Secures Traffic Management System Contract in Bangkok


Siemens Industrial Solutions & Services Group (I&S) secured an installation, supply and
maintenance contract for Toll Collection, Traffic Control and Communication Systems in Bangkok
from Thailand’s Expressway & Rapid Transit Authority. The project worth €6.3 million is
scheduled for completion by the year 2008, and would reduce traffic congestion and enhance
traffic flow. As part of the project, the company would supply, install and maintain CCTV video
camera system, emergency telephone system, fiber optic communications network, traffic
computer and variable message signs on the expressway.

ItraMAS Launches National Traffic Control Center


ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd launched National Traffic Control Centre (NTCC) that combines all
privatized Malaysian highway networks, and is responsible for traffic control and surveillance
functions on these roads. The control center has been established as part of the Malaysian Highway
Authority (MHA)/ Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM)’s initiative to provide real-time traffic
information to commuters through various means such as variable message boards, SMS, MMS,
and the internet.

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Transdyn Secures Contract from the City of Melbourne
Transdyn secured a contract from the Transurban’s CityLink Melbourne Limited (CML) to install
and maintain the CityLInk road network’s traffic and plant operations. The contract includes the
design and building of Central computer system, DYNAC™, to manage the 22-kilometre CityLink
automated tollway in Melbourne. The Enterprise Server Software suite, DYNAC™, assists in
monitoring City Link’s access control, electrical distribution, electronic message signs, emergency
telephones, environmental systems, fire detection, lighting, motorist advisory radios, vehicle
detectors, ventilation, video cameras, weigh-in-motion and counting stations.

2006

Extreme CCTV Acquires Forward Vision CCTV


Extreme CCTV Inc., acquired Forward Vision CCTV Ltd for a consideration of C$10 Million. The
development enables Extreme CCTV to offer a wide portfolio of products with enhanced
performance and functionality for the critical surveillance projects across the globe.

INIT Secures CAD$35 Million Contract


INIT Innovation In Transportation Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of INIT Innovation in Traffic
Systems AG, North America, bagged a contract worth CAD$35 million from TransLink, the
transportation authority in Vancouver. As per the contract, INIT provides TransLink with several
intelligent transportation and electronic management systems including the state of the art GPS,
digital private mobile voice and data radio systems and Windows XP based on board computers.

Image Sensing Systems Supplies ITS Related Equipment


Image Sensing Systems, Inc., through its subsidiary, Flow Traffic Ltd., supplied ITS related
equipment for installation of 192 Autoscope Rack Vision Video Detection Systems at Seoul Traffic
Management Center, South Korea. The system effectively records both speed and volume of
traffic. The system is useful to the road users in calculating the journey times and traffic related
information. Earlier, the company installed about 235 Autoscope RackVision systems to the
Korean Highway Corporation and this new supply brings the total to 427 Autoscope Systems. This
new installation further reinforces the company’s presence in the South Korean market.

TeleAtlas Enters into an Agreement with Beijing Changdi Youhao


Tele Atlas entered into a distribution agreement with Beijing Changdi Youhao Mapping
Technologies Co., Ltd, for providing comprehensive map coverage to 337 cities of China. This
bestows a leadership position to TeleAtlas in the region, with respect to zones covered by digital
maps.

Tele Atlas and PT Navindo Enter into a Joint Venture Agreement


Tele Atlas and PT Navindo Technologies entered into a joint venture agreement, resulting in
formation of another entity, PT Tele Atlas Indonesia. This agreement is essentially targeted at
providing a highly precise digital map database in Indonesia.

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ItraMas Alliances with AdvancedInformation Technology
ItraMas, a leading provider of intelligent transportation systems in Malaysia, entered into a joint
venture with AdvancedInformation Technology Plc to provide several light emitting diodes and
intelligent transportation systems based products, services and solutions in Thailand.

Select Players

Aecon Group Inc (Canada)


Aecon Group Inc, (Aecon) formerly Canadian Highways International Corp (CHIC) is globally
known for its services in toll infrastructure development. Aecon’s operations are streamlined into
four segments, namely- Buildings, Concessions, Infrastructure and Industrial. The Buildings
segment is involved in construction of institutional, commercial and residential buildings, whereas
the Infrastructure segment engages in development of private and public infrastructure facilities
such as toll highways, roads, airports, transit systems, tunnels and dams among others. Installation
of natural gas distribution systems, traffic signals, electric and telecommunication networks and
highway lightings are also undertaken by the company’s Infrastructure segment.
The company provides know-how in the field of project finance, design, construction and
execution of infrastructure plans through its Concessions segment. The Industrial segment is
engaged in developing fossil fuel, alternative fuel and cogeneration power plants, manufacturing of
heat recovery generator systems, fabrication and assembly of small diameter specialty pipes, and
in-plant construction in nuclear power plants.
Aecon is based in Toronto, Canada and was established in 1957. The company’s operates in the
US, Canada, Israel, India and Ecuador.

Delcan Corporation (Canada)


Delcan Corporation is a consulting and engineering organization engaged in developing and
implementing intelligent water systems, information technology projects and intelligent
transportation systems. The company provides services for project design, software development,
evaluation and procurement of software and hardware, testing, integration, documentation,
training, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Delcan’s Transportation Systems division is
acknowledged for its expertise in intelligent transportation systems both by the government and the
industry. The Transportation Systems division provides integrated solutions for transportation,
ranging from project design to implementation and maintenance. Delcan provides NETworks®
Integrated Transportation Management System, a suite of integration software, offers streaming
video, traffic data, construction schedules and train and bus arrival information.
Extreme CCTV Inc (Canada)
Extreme CCTV Inc is involved in designing, developing and manufacturing precision engineered
surveillance solutions and advanced infrared illuminators for transportation, critical infrastructure,
Homeland Security, defense, and national heritage sites. Major products offered by the company
include Infrared Illuminators, IP Infrared Imaging, All-Environment (entry-level) Cameras,
Explosion-Protected CCTV, High-Impact Domes, Integrated Day/Night (IDN) Cameras, Pan-Tilt-
Zoom (PTZ) Cameras, and REG License Plate Capture Cameras and Software.

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With the acquisition of PTZ camera provider, Forward Vision CCTV Limited and Forward Vision
Systems Limited in 2006, Extreme CCTV expanded its product portfolio to emerge as one of the
major providers of visual detection systems for ITS.

International Road Dynamics Inc (Canada)


International Road Dynamics (IRD) is a global leader in the design and deployment of tailored
solutions in the ITS industry. IRD systems employ advanced vehicle-detection and weigh-in-
motion technology. The company’s multi-system solutions comprise:
• Automated toll systems
• Customer service and support
• Traffic data collection systems
• Traffic safety and advisory systems
• Driver and fleet management systems
• Automated truck weigh stations/commercial vehicle operations
The range of products offered by the company also include Dynamic Lane Merge System, the
Variable Speed Limit System (Speed Ranger™) and Travel Messenger ™, which is a real time
information system that informs a driver of prevailing traffic conditions. IRD also provides a range
of ITS systems for compiling data, improving roadway safety and analyzing traffic movement.
Other offerings comprise WIM freeway scales, traffic counters and classifiers, vehicle weighers,
sensors and accessories, concrete maturity monitors, traffic control safety products, and fleet
management software.
The company maintains its presence in the US, Canada, Pakistan, Indonesia, India, Brazil, Saudi
Arabia, Korea, Malaysia, and other Latin American countries.

MARK IV IVHS (Canada)


MARK IV IVHS, a business segment of MARK IV Industries Corp., develops dedicated Short-
Range Communication (DSRC) equipment that finds application in ITS field such as electronic toll
collection and commercial vehicle operations (e.g. automated weigh station bypass). Highway, toll,
turnpike, tunnel and bridge authorities also utilize the devices for enabling the functioning of
intelligent transportation systems. The company, operating across 17 countries worldwide, was the
first to apply DSRC technology to electronic weigh station bypass/CVO programs. Mark IV IVHS
is the largest provider of radio frequency based transponder devices for ETC systems to the
Northeastern United States. E-Zpass™ system uses transponders of Mark IV and by far represents
the biggest and successful ITS execution programs in the world. Other end use segments of Mark
IV’s transponders are intelligent vehicle highway systems, vehicle mapping systems, railroad and
mass transit information systems, video displays for transportation and fixings and Information
Display Products.
Mark IV IVHS also played a crucial role in Canada’s Highway 407, which is the world’s first non-
stop all electronic toll-road. Mark IV IVHS is designing T3, a tag that integrates three DSRC
protocols in one transponder for providing commercial vehicles the facility for interoperability on
electronic toll roads across North America. Besides, the company also unveiled a prototype smart

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card transponder system called Smart Fusion for facilitating the transition from electronic-
commerce to mobile-commerce. In 2008, an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners Inc. acquired Mark IV
Industries. As a result, MARK IV IVHS became a portfolio company of Sun Capital Partners.

Sirit Inc. (Canada)


Sirit Inc. is one of the leading providers of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) enabling
technology in the world. The company provides host of technology solutions in low, high, and ultra
high frequencies that enable the company’s customers to provide fast and cost-effective RFID
solutions for varied applications such as Automatic Vehicle Identification, Inventory Control &
Management, Asset Tracking, Supply Chain & Logistics, Cashless Payment/ Electronic Tolling,
Access Control, Near Field Communications, and Product Authentication. Major solutions and
products offered by Sirit include Fixed Reader Solutions, and Embedded RFID Reader Solutions.
The company’s Fixed Reader Solutions include Traffic Management Products, Parking & Access
Control Products, Toll Management Products, and UHF Logistics Readers, while the Embedded
RFID Reader Solutions include high and ultra high frequency reader modules, near field
communication solutions, and Plug-N-Play readers. Sirit is also one of the four companies to be
contracted to develop first generation prototypes of 5.9 GHz DSRC technologies by the Federal
Highways Administration and the US Department of Defense.
In Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) applications, Sirit is one of the leading providers of
Traffic Probe solutions, Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) solutions, and Toll
Integration solutions. Traffic Probe solutions offered by the company enable real time monitoring
of traffic patterns for managing traffic and designing safety solutions. Sirit’s ETTM solutions
include electronic toll collection systems, and the company is the global leading provider of
technologies conforming to the California Department of Transportation’s Title 21 open standard.
Sirit also offers Microsoft® open standards based modular, flexible, scalable, and auditable
electronic tolling systems. Sirit’s Parking and Access Control solutions find application in parking
lots, gated communities, and other controlled areas, and offers convenience, security, and control to
the users. Key products offered by Sirit include IDentity MaX and IDentity FleX readers, and
IDentity ZiP vehicle tag for AVI systems, and IDentity Title 21 for highway toll collection systems
among others.

Tacel Ltd. (Canada)


Tacel Ltd. is a Canada based leading provider of traffic control equipment and services. The
product suite of the company include loop detectors, controllers, emergency preemption, traffic
signal heads, LED signals, loop sealants, speed signs, mounting hardware and the ACTRA-Central
advanced traffic management systems solutions. Other products of the company include Marc NX
closed loop traffic management software system, SCOOT – Adaptive traffic system, i2 traffic
management system, 2070 advanced transportation controller and intersection management
software. The company was incorporated in 1979.

ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)


ItraMAS Corporation Sdn Bhd (ItraMAS) is a technology driven intelligent traffic management
and road safety solutions provider engaged in the design, development and commercialization of

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multimedia based intelligent transportation systems, LED products and traffic signaling &
management systems. ItraMAS also delivers Toll Collection System (TCS), Area Traffic Control
(ATC), Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)/Advanced Traveller Information System
(ATIS) and other related ITS modules and sub-systems. The company embarks on strategic
technology alliances and extensive in-house development efforts for producing and commissioning
high-performance intelligent transportation systems. The company was incorporated in 1997.

B. Market Analytics

TABLE 28: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Intelligent
Transportation Systems by Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems
(ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation
Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems,
and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million
for the Years 2000 through 2010
Segment 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 % CAGR
ATMS 229.14 247.59 271.26 300.42 334.52 373.79 423.17 485.88 565.81 668.84 792.78 13.22
ETC 90.26 98.62 109.66 122.80 138.13 155.89 181.88 217.64 265.80 331.69 424.13 16.73
PVTMS 51.48 55.96 61.72 68.51 76.64 86.59 100.67 119.72 146.44 184.25 238.07 16.55
CVO 36.51 39.16 42.46 46.28 50.77 56.02 64.80 77.84 96.05 120.70 153.78 15.46
Others 34.76 37.04 40.07 43.72 47.86 52.46 58.85 68.05 81.37 100.58 125.85 13.73
Total 442.15 478.37 525.17 581.73 647.92 724.75 829.37 969.13 1,155.47 1,406.06 1,734.61 14.65

2007 & 2008: GIA Estimates 2009 & 2010: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is 15% (+/-)
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
This data is NOT independently adjusted or weight-averaged for each country's exchange rate fluctuations in this period. It is derived from primary
and secondary data feeds. Error tolerances (ETOL) from such fluctuations can be higher than the normal 5% (+/-).
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
850
680

510
340

170
0
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TABLE 29: Rest of World Long-term Projections for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Product Segment – Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll
Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS),
Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) Systems, and Other Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 2015
Segment 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 % CAGR
ATMS 936.59 1,097.12 1,263.33 1,416.32 1,550.45 13.43
ETC 533.64 653.39 777.27 894.87 994.92 16.85
PVTMS 300.83 367.73 428.00 479.83 519.85 14.65
CVO 190.75 229.15 267.12 301.07 328.32 14.54
Others 155.44 186.39 216.70 243.85 266.16 14.39
Total 2,117.25 2,533.78 2,952.42 3,335.94 3,659.70 14.66
2011-2015: GIA Projections
Error tolerance for data in this table is more than 15% (+/-)
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
This data is NOT independently adjusted or weight-averaged for each country's exchange rate fluctuations in this period. It is derived from primary
and secondary data feeds. Error tolerances (ETOL) from such fluctuations can be higher than the normal 5% (+/-).
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea,
Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru
and Venezuela) and The Middle East (Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

AT MS ET C PVT MS CVO
1650
1320

990
660

330
0
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TABLE 30: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Intelligent Transportation Systems by
Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Advanced Traffic
Management Systems (ATMS), Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems, Public Vehicle
Transportation Management Systems (PVTMS), Commercial Vehicle Operations
(CVO) Systems, and Other Markets for 2003, 2008 & 2012
Segment 2003 2008 2012
ATMS 51.63 48.98 43.30
ETC 21.11 23.00 25.79
PVTMS 11.78 12.67 14.51
CVO 7.96 8.31 9.04
Others 7.52 7.04 7.36
Total 100.00 100.00 100.00
Data is reported at the Manufacturer’s Level
Countries analyzed under Rest of World include Canada, and countries of Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, Hong
Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand),
Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela) and The Middle East
(Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria and The UAE.)
Other Intelligent Transportation Systems include Advanced Vehicle Information Systems among others

2003 2008 2012


7.36
7.52 7.04 9.04
7.96 8.31

11.78 14.51
12.67 43.3
51.63 48.98

21.11 23 25.79
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INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS - COMPETITION

A. PRIMARY PLAYERS

ADDCO, INC.
240 Arlington Avenue E, St. Paul, Minnesota 55117, USA
Phone: 651.488.8600, Fax: 651.558.3600
SOURCES: www.addco.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Addco Inc. (Addco), a premier provider of traffic management solutions, designs, engineers,
manufactures and deploys traffic management equipment and software. The company is also a
leading provider of portable intelligent transportation systems (ITS) solutions and services to several
intelligent transportation systems, traffic management and work zone safety markets. The company is
the first distributor of air-cooled Duetz diesel engines. The company’s product and service portfolio
includes dynamic message signs, portable ITS platforms, portable traffic signs, traffic management
software, smart traffic solutions, the sandbagger, Addco financial services and industrial products.
The company’s ITS based solutions include Flex Trailer, SmartQueue™ - Queue detection system,
SmartMerge™ - an innovative lane merge system, SmartZone®, SmartFLOW and SmartEye™ - a
portable video surveillance system. Addco’s products find applications in two distinct markets such
as industrial products and traffic management. The company’s products also find usage in diverse
industries such as agriculture, construction, aviation/aerospace, military, off-road, automotive,
recreational, marine and mining. Brick is the company’s registered trademark.
Addco operates two divisions such as Traffic Management and Industrial Controls. The company’s
Traffic Management division designs and implements Work Zone ITS solutions that increase
safety and mobility. The company’s Industrial Controls division manufactures and sells Electric
Remote Control (ERC) systems, actuators and Flex-Tite rubber latches. Major customers of the
company include consulting engineers, contractors, DOT officials, planners and several other
traffic control and barricade companies. Industrial products of the company include electric remote
control, hand controls, latches, joysticks and actuators.

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT


Year 2007 In Review…
Partnership
Addco and Odeco Enters Partnership
Addco formed partnership with Odeco Electronica S.A. of Spain. The deal expands Addco’s
product line, besides enhancing growth opportunities. Odeco Electronica, a part of the global
consortium specializing in traffic and LED technology, offers intelligent transportation systems,
fixed dynamic messaging signs and access panels in North America and Europe.

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Product Launch

Addco Launches The Sandbagger…


Addco launched the new Sandbagger that offers rental houses and contractors a safe way to
improve productivity and profitability. The company distributed the complete line of
Sandbagger® products that includes the 2- and 4-chute gravity models and a 4-chute motorized
version. The motorized 4-chute is equipped with an auger that helps keep wet sand flowing. The
company’s Sandbagger® could fill more than 2.5 times as many sandbags an hour than
shoveling by hand. The use of Sandbagger eliminates the bending and straining of shoveling
sand into bags.

PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

Dynamic Message Signs


The Brick; Portable changeable message signs (PCMS) such as Full Matrix, All LED Solar, LED-
DOT Hybrid, Arrowboard, Arrow Dynamic Sign, Speed Display Trailer, and Vehicle Mount; and
Permanently installed BRICK® signs such as Roadside, Overhead, Variable Speed Limit, Brick
Trak and Driver Feedback.

Portable ITS Platforms


SmartZone and Flex Trailer

Software
VTOC: Virtual Transportation and Operations Center for Work Zone ITS; Brickbuilder: Software
to help determine the right size sign for the project; and BaseStation: Software to create messages
and operate dynamic message signs

Smart Traffic Solutions


SmartFLOW, SmartZone, SmartMerge, SmartQueue, and SmartEye

Industrial
Hand Controls; Actuators; Electric Remote Control; Joysticks; and Latches

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AFFILIATED COMPUTER SERVICES, INC.
2828 N Haskell, Building 1, Dallas, Texas 75204, USA
Phone: 214-841-6111
SOURCES: www.acs-inc.com and other secondary online sources
2007 Sales: US$ 4,252.7 million (Nine Months Ended, March)
2006 Sales: US$ 5,353.7 million
2005 Sales: US$ 4,351.2 million
(Fiscal Year Ends in June)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Affiliated Computer Services Inc., (ACS) is a provider of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO),
Information Technology enabled services (ITes) and end-to-end product solutions. The company
offers solutions to commercial and government clients operating in various domains from all over
the world. The company’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services include claims
processing, finance and accounting, loan processing, human resource and document processing.
ACS’ outsourcing services include mainframe, midrange, desktop, network, and web-hosting
solutions. The company also provides commercial systems integration services such as application
development and implementation, applications outsourcing, technical support and training, as well
as network design and installation services.
ACS’ services are provided to a variety of clients including healthcare providers, retailers, wholesale
distributors, manufacturers, utilities, financial institutions, and insurance and transportation
companies. ACS teams up with national, regional, public sector, government sector and commercial
units to offer Intelligent Transportation Solutions (ITS) enabling them to achieve business targets
safely and efficiently. ACS products ranges from ITS to Traffic Management Systems (TMS)
including Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) and Parking Management System (PMS). The company
is one of the leading providers of ETC systems, accounting for about 90% of all E-ZPass transactions
in the US. Other ETC operations handled by ACS in the US include FasTrak™ in the San Francisco
Bay area, PalmettoPass™ in South Carolina, and SunPass™ in Orlando. The company operates in
the areas of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Information Technology Outsourcing (IT),
Systems & Integration and e-Solutions. ACS operates in over 100 countries around the world. Key
competitors of the company include Accenture, Computer Sciences Corp., and EDS.
ACS was established in 1988.

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Commercial
ACS provides clients with business process outsourcing, information technology services, systems
integration services and consulting services. The company’s commercial business process
outsourcing practice is focused on five major categories namely Administration, Human Resources,
Finance and Accounting, Customer Care, and Payment Services. ACS provides healthcare claims
processing and related consulting, mailroom services and total records management services to its

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clients. The company offers benefit claims processing, benefit and other human resources consulting
services, employee services call centers, defined benefit, defined contribution and health and welfare
benefits administration, employee relocation, training administration and learning services, payroll
services, vendor administration, and employee assistance programs.
ACS’ human resources consulting business provides actuarial services and human resource
advisory services in the area of employee benefit and compensation plan design and strategy,
employee communication, and human resource management. The company provide
revenue/invoice accounting, disbursement processing, expense reporting, procurement, payroll,
cash management, fixed asset accounting, tax processing, general ledger and other services
associated with finance and accounting that are process and technology sensitive. ACS offers
dispatch and activation services, call center services and technical support and also provides loan
origination and servicing and clearinghouse services.
ACS’ systems integration services include application development and implementation,
applications outsourcing, technical support and training, as well as network design and installation
services. The company’s systems integration services include the development of web-based
applications and web-enablement of information technology assets, allowing clients to conduct
business with their customers and business partners through the Internet. ACS provides systems
integration services to clients who are deploying client/server architectures, advanced networks and
outsourcing legacy applications maintenance.
Government
ACS is a leading provider of business process outsourcing, information technology services and
system integration services to government agencies. ACS design, develop, implement and operate
large-scale healthcare programs such as Medicaid, child and pharmacy benefit management
programs, and the information technology solutions that support those programs. The company
provides information technology services to state and local governments throughout the US.
The services provided by the company help government agencies reduce operating costs, increase
revenue streams and increase the quality of services to citizens.
ACS’ information technology services include full data center management, application integration
and maintenance, network management and security, seat management, helpdesk services, and
disaster recovery services. The company is a major provider of child support payment processing
services, including high volume remittance processing and disbursements, as well as associated
employer outreach and customer service activities. The company also provides electronic benefits
transfer, which is the issuance of food stamps and cash benefits through magnetic stripe cards with
redemption through point of sale devices and automated teller machines.

SALES DATA
Nine Months Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006 (Nine Months Ended, March) (In US$ million)

Year Sales % Change


2007 4,252.7 7.04
2006 3,973.0 -

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Nine Months Sales Comparison by Business Segment (2007 Vs. 2006) – Commercial
and Government (Nine Months Ended, March) (In US$ million)

Segment 2007 2006 % Change


Commercial 2,558.0 2,341.1 9.26
Government 1,694.7 1,631.9 3.85
Total 4,252.7 3,973.0 7.04

Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million)

Year Sales % Change


2006 5,353.7 23.04
2005 4,351.2 -

Annual Sales Comparison by Business Segment (2006 Vs. 2005) – Commercial


and Government (In US$ million)

Segment 2006 2005 % Change


Commercial 3,167.6 2175.1 45.63
Government 2,186.1 2176.1 0.46
Total 5,353.7 4,351.2 23.04

Annual Sales Comparison by Service (2006 Vs. 2005) - Business Process Outsourcing,
Information Technology Services and Systems Integration Services (In US$ million)

Service 2006 2005 % Change


Business Process Outsourcing 3,996.6 3238.0 23.43
Information Technology Services 971.8 858.6 13.18
Systems Integration Services 385.3 254.6 51.34
Total 5,353.7 4351.2 23.04

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS

Year (2007) in Review…

Acquisition

ACS Announces the Acquisition of CDR Associates, LLC…


ACS announced the acquisition of CDR Associates LLC, which provides recovery and technology
services to healthcare payers, providers, and government-based programs, specializing in credit balance,
renal dialysis, and long term care audit services. The acquisition strengthens ACS in Healthcare

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Industry. The acquisition broadens ACS' service mix in the healthcare payer and provider markets by
leveraging CDR's proven auditing services and innovative Credit Balance Analysis System software.
ACS Completes the Acquisition of Albion, Inc…
ACS is enhancing its capabilities in the Health and Human Services (HHS) sector with the
completed acquisition of certain assets of Albion, Inc., a company specializing in integrated
eligibility software solutions. The acquisition enables ACS to address key HHS challenges facing
State and Local government clients, including expensive legacy systems; a need for cost
effectiveness; and a client-centered approach to service delivery.

Agreement
ACS Expands IT Services Agreement With Symetra Financial…
ACS announced the expansion of multi-million dollar contract with Symetra Financial, a leading
life insurance and financial services company. The expanded agreement would add desk-side
support services to ACS' existing five-year contract, which commenced in 2004. As per the
agreement ACS would provide desk-side support services for Symetra's headquarters facility in
Bellevue, Washington.
ACS provides complete information technology (IT) infrastructure services for Symetra's affiliated
companies, as well as cross-functional and business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions. The
services include data center services, distributed computing, data network services, voice
communications, service desk, mail, and image processing services.

Contracts
ACS to Provide Contactless Ticketing System…
ACS received two contracts from infrastructure developer Energy International to provide a
contactless ticketing system for the public buses and waterbuses of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The Public Transport Agency and the Marine Agency of the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority
(RTA) would equip their public buses and the piers for waterbuses with the ACS ARCOS(TM)
fare collection system to simplify travel on public transportation in Dubai.
The new contactless system would enable RTA Dubai authorities to share information such as
passenger flows across the RTA agencies. The system is designed to handle multiple operators and
be able to expand to cover larger areas if necessary.

ACS Gains Technology Services Contract with City of Santa Clara…


ACS gained a one-year extension of its contract to provide the City of Santa Clara, Calif., with
information technology (IT) outsourcing services. The contract provides project management; help
desk, desktop, network, application, operation, and systems services.

ACS Signs Contract with Government of Malta…


ACS signed a seven-year, US$ 21 million contract with the Government of Malta to improve the
delivery of healthcare to patients and improve the accuracy of the healthcare information. ACS

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would provide the hardware, software, and expertise needed to maintain laboratory information
systems, radiology information systems, picture archiving, and communications systems.
ACS would also provide products and services to aid in reaching more precise diagnoses of patient
conditions. In addition, the agreement supplies physicians, nurses, and other healthcare
professionals with the latest in healthcare technology, meeting and exceeding standards existing
elsewhere in the world.

ACS Receives Contract to Provide Finance and Accounting Solutions…


ACS received a seven-year contract to provide finance and accounting (F&A) services for Georgia-
Pacific LLC, one of the world's leading manufacturers and marketers of tissue, packaging, paper,
pulp, and building products. Financial details were not disclosed. As per the contract ACS would
deliver a range of F&A solutions, including accounts payable services, cash applications, travel
expense management, payroll tax, and accounting services.

ACS Bags Benefits Outsourcing Contract with Ameren Corp…


ACS bagged benefits outsourcing contract providing defined benefit and health and welfare
administration for Ameren Corporation, one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric and gas
utilities. Under the terms of the five-year agreement, ACS would administer Ameren's pension and
health plans for 24,000 participating employees and retirees.

ACS and State of Montana Expand Longstanding Medicaid Contract…


ACS announced a contract amendment with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human
Services (DPHHS) to provide managed care enrollment broker services for the state's Medicaid
Management Information System (MMIS) contract. The company presently carries out full fiscal
agent functions for the Medicaid program, Mental Health Services Plan, Children's Health
Insurance Plan (CHIP), and Indian Health Services programs.
ACS services include system development and maintenance, claims processing, call center support,
prescription benefits management, fraud and abuse prevention, provider resources, decision
support, and Medicaid program and policy support.

ACS Gains Contract to provide a Contactless Public Transit Ticketing System…


ACS gained US$ 8.6 million contract to provide a contactless public transit ticketing system in
Nancy, France. Three district councils in Nancy namely the Greater Nancy Authority, the Pompey
Basin District Council, and the Suburban Transport Organisation joined together to adopt a system
to serve each of their public transit networks. As part of the contract, ACS would replace the
current magnetic equipment with combined magnetic and contactless ticketing equipment.

ACS Receives Five-Year Contract for Texas Health and Human Services EBT Call Center…
ACS received a five-year contract to provide call center services to electronic benefit transfer (EBT)
recipients in the state of Texas. Over 1 million food stamp and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families) clients in the State would receive assistance through the Texas-based call center.

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ACS Bags Contract with State of Colorado…
ACS bagged a three-year, US$ 67 million contract re-bid award with the Colorado Department of
Health Care Policy and Financing to continue operating the State's Medicaid Management
Information System (MMIS). The services include systems development and maintenance,
pharmacy benefits management, decision support services, fraud and abuse detection and recovery,
claims processing, call center and program policy support, and third-party recovery.

ACS Gains IT Outsourcing Contract with DCP Midstream…


ACS gained five year $51 million an information technology (IT) outsourcing contract with DCP
Midstream, one of the nation's largest natural gas gatherers and processors, and natural gas liquids
producers in the midstream segment. Under the terms of the contract, ACS would deliver a broad
range of IT services and support to DCP Midstream. The company offers specific services
including technical help desk, end-user desktop support, network management, centralized
computing support, document management, messaging support, IT security, and application
services for some packaged applications.

ACS Signs Renewed and Expanded BPO Contract with Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield…
ACS signed a renewed and expanded business process outsourcing (BPO) contract with Horizon
Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, the State's largest health insurer. Under the renewed
contract, annual claims service volumes provided by ACS are intended to increase 80%.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield is New Jersey's largest health insurer, providing coverage to more
than 3.3 million people.

ACS Wins Renewed Defined Contribution Outsourcing Contract…


ACS received a US$ 4.7 million three-year renewed defined contribution outsourcing contract with
the Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI) a multi-billion dollar retirement plan
designed to provide secure, long-term pension benefits for employees who choose careers in public
service. ACS provides participant recordkeeping, communications, and compliance services for
PERSI members of their supplemental 401(k) plan.

ACS Renews Retirement Plan Outsourcing Contract with Allied Waste…


ACS awarded a five-year renewal of retirement plan outsourcing contract with Allied Waste
Industries, Inc., a leading provider of collection, recycling, and disposal services to residential,
commercial, and industrial customers in the US. ACS offers services such as record keeping,
administration, and benefit calculations, actuarial services, and call center support for Allied
Waste's 26,000 retirement plan participants.

ACS Bags Contract to Provide Contactless Ticketing System…


ACS bagged a contract by Alstom, a global leader in rail infrastructure, to deliver the ticketing
system for Jerusalem's first tramway system. ACS would execute a central fare collection and
magnetic and contactless ticketing system and maintain the field equipment as part of its 15-year
contract. The project includes installing card customization machines, portable inspection units,

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ticket vending machines, and combined validation machines on board the Citadis trams
manufactured by Alstom.

ACS Signs Contract with GlaxoSmithKline…


ACS gained a US$ 171 million contract with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to provide human resource
business process outsourcing (HR BPO) services. As per the ten-year agreement, ACS would
consolidate for GSK a number of services, which are currently outsourced to a variety of providers
or being delivered within GSK. The service includes payroll processing and benefits administration
for GSK in the US, as well as employee and manager self-service portals and integrated online
tools for several HR processes across US and UK businesses.

ACS Gains Contract to Provide Contactless Ticketing System…


ACS gained a US$ 14 million three-year contract by Marseilles, France, public transport operator
Marseilles Provence Metropole (MPM) to deliver a multi-operator and multi-modal contactless
ticketing system. The ticketing system would provide various transportation modes specific to the
area, including metro, trolley, bus, and tram lines, as well as car parking, bicycle rental stations,
and ferry service covering the greater Marseilles area.

ACS Receives IT Outsourcing Contract With Safety-Kleen…


ACS received US$ 3.3 million three-year information technology (IT) outsourcing contract with
Safety-Kleen, a leading provider of responsible oil recycling, cleaning technologies, and
environmental services. As per the contract, ACS would maintain and support Safety- Kleen's SAP
R/3 environment, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The company would also provide
integrated services that include system and application management, monitoring, and help desk.

ACS Signs Contract With State of Pennsylvania…


ACS signed a five-year, US$ 8.7 million contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Public
Welfare (DPW) to provide a three-component Medical Management Review System (MMRS) to
manage its care management, prior authorization, and case management functions. The ACS
SmartPA Tool provides the Commonwealth with the innovative platform to launch the first-of-a-
kind MMRS solution. ACS is partnering with CaseNET to deliver best-in-class case management
solutions to DPW.

ACS Renews HRO Contract With American Financial Group…


ACS received a three-year renewal of benefit plan administration outsourcing contract with
American Financial Group, Inc. (AFG), a leading provider of property and casualty insurance,
annuities, and supplemental health insurance. ACS provides services such as record keeping for
401(k) qualified and non-qualified plans, call center support, website transaction processing, and
transmittal and payment report preparation.
The renewal of the services emphasizes ACS' position as a leading provider of benefits
administration part of its comprehensive suite of human resources out sourcing (HRO)
services.

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Business Expansion…
ACS Expands Global Capabilities with Construction of New Facility in Jamaica…
ACS announced the expansion of global capabilities with the construction of a new office and call
center facility in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The new facilities would provide new positions such as
call center agents, finance and accounting specialists, human resources benefits processors, and
data processors.

Product Launches
ACS Introduces Innovative Software…
ACS introduced innovative software AgileCourt(TM) to serve justice systems solution. The software
offers industry-leading flexibility and innovation to court case management with a business rules-based
software system that helps manage and automate rules set by regulation and policy.

ACS and MasterCard Worldwide Introduce Contactless Payments…


ACS announced that its airport parking applications in North America would begin accepting
MasterCard PayPass contactless payments. MasterCard PayPass is a fast, cashless payment option
that enables ACS customers to pay for parking simply by tapping the PayPass-enabled MasterCard
card or device on a PayPass reader. ACS is the leader in large airport parking systems, with more
than 20 current installations at the nation's busiest airports. The company offers a wide range of
transportation solutions, including public transit agency, toll collection agency and car park
operator solutions that rationalize and automate revenue collection.
MasterCard Worldwide advances global commerce by providing a critical economic link among
financial institutions, businesses, cardholders and merchants worldwide. As a franchisor, processor
and advisor, MasterCard develops and markets payment solutions, processes over 16 billion
transactions each year, and provides industry-leading analysis and consulting services to financial
institution customers and merchants.
Year 2006 in Review…
Acquisition
ACS Signs an Agreement to Acquire Intellinex LLC…
ACS signed an agreement to acquire Intellinex LLC, an Ernst and Young LLP enterprise and
leader in integrated learning solutions. The acquisition enables ACS to expand its already extensive
menu of human resource outsourcing (HRO) BPO capabilities and provide scalable, reliable, and
secure learning technology platform; custom content development and content management
capabilities to HRO market.

Partnership
ACS and dbMotion Enter into a Strategic Partnership…
ACS and dbMotion Inc., a provider of Web-based data-sharing technology that helps facilitate
regional health information organizations and health information exchanges, partnered to deliver a

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medical information sharing solution for the global healthcare market. The partnership enables
healthcare organizations worldwide to quickly and cost-effectively meet specific service and
technology requirements for medical information sharing networks.

Contracts

ACS Wins Healthcare Solutions Contract…


ACS won healthcare solutions contract from Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Albuquerque-based
not-for-profit organization provides healthcare services throughout New Mexico. Under the terms
of the contract, ACS would implement its proprietary MIDAS+ DataVision technology across the
entire Presbyterian Healthcare Services system.
MIDAS+ provides a set of analytic tools and services that enable robust data analysis across more
than 3,500 metrics and is designed to be used by chief medical officers and other clinical and
administrative professionals.

ACS Receives a Contract from OhioHealth…


ACS received a healthcare solutions contract from OhioHealth, a not-for-profit organization providing
healthcare services in 46 Ohio regions. Under the terms of the three-year contract, ACS would
implement its proprietary MIDAS+ DataVision technology across the entire OhioHealth system.
MIDAS+ DataVision provides a set of analytic tools and services that enable robust data analysis
across more than 3,500 metrics and is designed to be used by chief medical officers and other
clinical and administrative professionals.

ACS Bags a Contract from Mississippi Medicaid…


ACS bagged a contract from Mississippi Medicaid. As per the contract ACS would perform fiscal
agent operations and program administration including significant system development,
implementation and management for Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS),
eligibility determination, and pharmacy benefits management point-of-sale systems.

ACS Signs a Contract with NJ Transit…


ACS signed a major contract with NJ transit, New Jersey's public transportation corporation. The
contract includes upgradation of New Jersey's existing fare collection system, purchase and
delivery of new equipment, and a customer enhancement program of NJ Transit's ticket vending
machine fleet.

ACS Receives a Contract from PepsiAmericas…


ACS received a renewal contract from PepsiAmericas. As per the renewal contract ACS would
continue to provide advanced document scanning, indexing, and storage services supporting
PepsiAmericas' large volume of Proof of Delivery (POD) receipts and other pertinent
documentation. In addition ACS would also continue to handle daily receipt of thousands of
images, inventory management, document preparation, scanning and indexing, data collection, and
interim file management.

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ACS Receives a Contract from New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services…
ACS received a contract from New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services,
Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) to provide child support payment services for the
State. As per the contract, ACS would provide support payment processing and handling
employer electronic payments systems, as well as full-scale banking through subcontractor
Citizens Bank, child support disbursements through paper check, and electronically through
direct deposit or a debit card, non-sufficient funds check handling, coupon printing, through
electronic payments.

ACS Receives a Contract from MeadWestvaco…


ACS received an information technology (IT) outsourcing contract from MeadWestvaco Corp., a
leading provider of packaging solutions. Under terms of the contract, ACS would centralize and
consolidate MeadWestvaco's IT infrastructure and provide a customized, highly effective,
adaptable technology platform designed specifically for the company's global business
requirements. In addition ACS would provide a broad range of ongoing services delivered from
multiple sites, including data network management, mainframe and midrange hosting and
operations, help desk, information security administration, disaster recovery, and PeopleSoft legacy
application maintenance and support.

ACS Signs BPO Contract With Johns Hopkins HealthCare…


ACS signed a business processing outsourcing (BPO) contract with Hopkins HealthCare to provide
call center services for Johns Hopkins HealthCare. Under the terms of the contract, ACS would
operate a call center handling a subset of Medicaid calls on behalf of Johns Hopkins HealthCare
(JHHC). ACS would be responsible for the general management and operations of the dedicated
JHHC call center based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Agreements

ACS Enters into an Agreement with ON Semiconductor…


ACS entered into an agreement with ON Semiconductor, a leading global supplier of power
management solutions, to provide a range of health care consulting services. Under terms of the
agreement, ACS through its Buck Consultants, would provide an array of consulting services for
the medical, prescription drug, dental, vision, employee assistance, and life insurance programs for
ON Semiconductor.

ACS Signs Licensing Agreement with Minnesota Department of Human Services…


ACS signed a licensing agreement with Minnesota Department of Human Services to license
its proprietary Drug Rebate Analysis and Management System (DRAMS). Under the
licensing agreement, the State of Minnesota would utilize DRAMS to help and administer the
drug rebate programs for its Medicaid and other State health care programs. DRAMS reduce
time-consuming manual invoice analysis and dispute resolution by providing streamlined
functions.

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SERVICE ANALYSIS

Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)


ACS provides non-strategic business processes and makes organizations better able to respond to
new and existing business opportunities. Among the benefits of a BPO strategy is the ability of the
organization to focus on its core competencies—initiatives that bring in revenue and facilitate
profitable growth. The company’s BPO service offerings include Administration, Finance and
Accounting, Human Resources, Payment Services, Sales, Marketing, and Customer Care and
Supply Chain Management.

Information Technology Outsourcing (IT)


ACS provides IT services and solutions for small and large systems, networks, and enterprises.
Information Technology (IT) outsourcing allows clients to operate core business. ACS’ IT
solutions cover clients’ computing needs, from full mainframe information processing centers, to
desktops. ACS operates several large mainframe and midrange data centers, manage numerous
networks, and administer desktops across the globe.
ACS provides technology services, including Consulting, Data Center Operations, Data Security
Services, Desktop & Seat Management, Hardware/Software Procurement, Help Desk, Imaging,
Information Assurance, Mainframes, Midranges, Client/Server, Network Management, Scanning,
Storage Solutions, Training,

Systems & Integration


ACS expanding Systems & Integration service line supports a growing number of clients with a
full range of information technology professionals, from programmers to full development
teams, addressing applications and systems design, development, and maintenance support
needs.
The company’s systems and integration services areas includes Applications Support, Consulting,
Systems Design & Development, Systems Integration and Training.

E-Solutions
ACS’ e-solutions solve the complexities associated with many aspects of e-business and e-
government.
The company’s e-solutions line includes Cyber Security, EBT, e-Document Solutions, e-
Enablement, e-Government, Internet, Intranet, and Extranet Services, Portals and Web Hosting

SUBSIDIARIES
ACS Healthcare Solutions
MidasPlus, Inc.
ACS State Healthcare
LiveBridge Corporation

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ARINC, INC.
2551 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401-7435, USA
Phone: 410-266-4000, Fax: 410-266-2020

SOURCES: www.Arinc.com and other secondary online sources

2006 Sales: US$ 918.84 million


2005 Sales: US$ 890.68 million
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Arinc Inc., (Arinc) a portfolio company of Carlyle Group, is a global leading provider of
transportation communications and systems engineering. The company provides air traffic
management systems, aircraft testing equipment, baggage systems, intrusion detection devices,
satellite testing equipment, and specialized radios and communication networks as well as
engineering and network design services. Arnic’s products and services find application in airports,
aerospace and defense, aviation, government, healthcare, networks, security, and transportation
sectors. The company operates more than 100 facilities to provide over 200 value-added solutions
and services in 140 countries across the world. The company is ISO 9001-2001 certified. The
company’s major competitors include L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon.
In 2007, Carlyle Group entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Arinc.
Arinc was established in 1929.

SALES DATA

Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million)

Year Sales % Change


2006 918.84 3.16
2005 890.68 -

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS

Year (2007) in Review…

Agreements

Arinc Signs an Agreement with SkyPort…


Arinc signed a marketing agreement with SkyPort Global Communications (SkyPort) of Houston,
Texas. As per the agreement, Arinc would distribute SkyPort’s broadband satellite service to
customers of Arinc’s award-winning AWINSTM interoperability solution.

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SkyPort is a leading provider of carrier-class satellite communication services to government
agencies, defense programs, and energy customers.

Arinc Signs an Agreement with Abanco…


Arinc signed a marketing and reseller agreement with Abanco LLC (Abanco), a major provider of
mobile data and payment processing technology. The two companies plan to introduce an airborne
data and payment system to make credit card payments at 30,000 feet as easy and secure as on the
ground. As per the agreement, Arinc would license Abanco’s market-leading MDT In-FlightTM
productivity application. The two companies would leverage Abanco’s proven technology with
Arinc’s data communications expertise, and plan to market a range of streamlined payment and
inventory control solutions.

Arinc Signs an Agreement with WestJet…


Arinc Managed Services LLC (AMS), a division of Arinc, signed a new $2.3 million service-level
agreement with WestJet Airlines (WestJet), Canada’s leading low-cost carrier. Under the new
agreement, WestJet would receive on-site technical support from AMS personnel assigned to its
hub operations at Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal, as well as a more uniform level of
radio service at 24 airport locations.
AMS is a leading provider of operations, maintenance, and staffing services for the airports
industry.

Contracts

Arinc Receives a Contract to Provide High-Speed SATCOM Service…


Arinc received a three-year contract to provide high-speed satellite data and voice connectivity for
Sweden’s New Coast Guard Aircraft. Arinc’s GLOBALinkSM / Satellite service using Inmarsat
Swift64 connectivity would enable broadband transmission of data, photographs, and voice back to
the ground while the planes are in flight. Arinc’s specially designed communications system would
compress all outgoing messages and data for fast, cost-effective transmission.
The Swedish Coast Guard is a Swedish civilian government agency that co-ordinates the civilian
need for maritime surveillance and information.

Arinc Renews a Contract with Aer Lingus…


Arinc renewed a three-year flight communications contract with Dublin-based Aer Lingus,
Europe’s leading low-cost carrier. As per the contract, Arinc would continue to provide the Irish
flag carrier with efficient GLOBALinkSM VHF ACARS® data link service and GLOBALink
SATCOM satellite communications.

Arinc Bags a Contract from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration…


Arinc bagged a 3-year contract from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to continue
to provide the FAA with the VHF Extended Range Network (VERN), which supports Air Traffic

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Control communications in the Gulf of Mexico. The VERN network includes two air / ground
stations located on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula and one at Key West, Florida. In combination with
the FAA’s own coastal radio facilities, VERN coverage enables the Houston Air Route Traffic
Control Center (ARTCC) to communicate with aircraft.

Arinc Signs a Contract with Lynx…


Arinc signed a contract with Lynx for GLOBALinkSM VHF data link service and OpCenterTM
hosted messaging service. OpCenter provides web-based message management for airline
dispatchers, with store-and forward ability to streamline ground and air crew communications.
Through the contract, Lynx would also utilize Arinc’s air / ground domestic service for voice, and
Arinc’s digital ATIS (D-ATIS) for destination airport information.

Arinc Bags Contract to Support NCR-IADS…


Arinc Engineering Services LLC, a division of Arinc, bagged $59.4 million contract to continue
supporting the National Capital Region’s Integrated Air Defense System (NCR-IADS). As per the
contract, Arinc would provide mission-critical network infrastructure sustainment support to North
American Air Defense Headquarters, Continental NORAD region.

Arinc Bags a Contract from NASA…


Arinc bagged a wide-area network contract to support an important NASA safety initiative for
commercial aviation, the NASA Ames Distributed National FOQA and ASAP (DNFA / DNAA)
Archive Program. NASA plans to provide a secure collection for research and discovery of
systemic safety-related problems that span multiple airlines, fleets, and regions. Arinc would
implement its wide-area AviNetTM IP network connectivity to support the program mission of
evaluating automated flight recorder data and exceptional-event reports from participating U.S.
airlines.

Arinc Signs a Contract with Pentastar Aviation…


Arinc signed a contract with Pentastar Aviation of Waterford, Michigan, to install the SKYLinkSM
broadband communications system on Dassault Falcon 2000 business aircraft. SKYLink is
developed a new, slimmed-down avionics package that is designed to fit a range of mid-size and
larger business jets. Pentastar Aviation, a leading provider of corporate aircraft services, is
SKYLink’s newest US channel partner. SKYLink’s new slim avionics package is designed to fit
radome dimensions of the Dassault Falcon 50 series, 900 series, and 2000 series, as well as the
Bombardier BD100, challenger series, and global series.

Arinc Receives Contract from Airlines of the Narita Terminal 1 North Club…
Arinc received a significant contract from airlines of the Narita Terminal 1 North Club to install
common-use self-service (CUSS) kiosks for international passengers at Japan’s Narita International
Airport. Through the contract, Arinc would install its enhanced SelfServ™ CUSS kiosk
technology, featuring Java™ functionality. Arinc’s SelfServ technology is offered to print thermal
receipts, read passports, support 2D barcode reading, and accommodate future applications such as
biometrics and identity card recognition.

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Arinc and Thales BagsContract for IT Systems Integration…
Arinc and Thales bagged $75 million contract for providing IT, security, and telecommunication
systems at the New Doha International Airport (NDIA). Arinc would equip the airport with a
comprehensive suite of advanced passenger processing systems and related technologies including
Arinc iMUSE™ common use terminal equipment (CUTE) at more than 100 check-in counters and
departure gates. Arinc would also build the information exchange backbone for data flowing across
the new airport’s applications, systems, users, and facilities. Thales would implement the safety
and security system, the Local Area Network (LAN) and the Network Management.

Arinc Signs a Contract with TAAG Angola Airlines…


Arinc signed a 5-year contract with TAAG Angola Airlines, the fast-growing national airline of
Angola, to provide advanced GLOBALinkSM VHF, GLOBALink satellite, and high frequency
data link (HFDL) services. TAAG also signed for Arinc’s Graphic / Text Weather Service (GTWS)
and the exclusive Arinc OpCenterSM message management solution, which enhances standard
data link communications. Arinc OpCenter messaging service enables TAAG’s dispatchers to
send, receive, and manage data link messages efficiently, while translating data link code into
readable text for enhanced communications.

Arinc Bags a Contract to Design a Control System for the Long Island Rail Road’s Port
Washington Branch…
Arinc bagged a contract to design and deliver a supervisory control system for the Long Island
Rail Road’s Port Washington Branch. Arinc would implement the supervisory control system
using its Advanced Information Management (AIM®) software platform. AIM® provides an
open control architecture with a comprehensive set of field-proven train control and train
tracking applications. The advanced AIM solutions include virtually off-the-shelf functionality
for integrated train control, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), and security
functions.

Arinc Receives a Contract from Air Transat of Canada…


Arinc received a new 3-year contract from Air Transat of Canada for a portfolio of Arinc data link
communication services, including GLOBALinkSM VHF and GLOBALink SATCOM. Under the
new contract, Arinc would also enhance Air Transat’s third-party aircraft situational display (ASD)
and flight following applications. Arinc would add one-click messaging capability to the carrier’s
Flight Explorer™ situational display and MFS2FWZ™ flight planning services.

Arinc Signs a Contract to Continue ATC Support…


Arinc Engineering Services LLC (AES), a division of Arinc, signed $22.6 million contract to
continue ATC support. Through the contract, AES would extend its support of engineering design,
technical, and computer support services for Spawar’s command and control (C2) engineering
division, code 66. Arinc’s continuing services would support unplanned projects including
emergent Global War On Terror, Operation Enduring Freedom, and others. Arinc would also
support development of a much larger facility, the BC3 Battle Control Center CENTAF.

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Arinc Renews a Contract with Korean Air…
Arinc renewed a major contract with Seoul-based Korean Air, Asia’s leading airline and the
world’s largest international cargo carrier, for flight operational communications. Korean Air uses
several Arinc data link and voice services including GLOBALink / VHF, GLOBALink / HF,
GLOBALink / Satellite (Satcom), and voice communication services.
Arinc Renews a Contract with Baltimore / Washington International Airport…
Arinc Managed Services LLC (AMS), a division of Arinc, renewed a contract with Baltimore /
Washington International Airport (BWI) to support and maintain the common use passenger processing
system and flight information displays for the International Terminal at BWI. BWI expanded AMS’
scope of work to include maintaining the Airport Operational Database (AODB) and GateFlow.
Arinc Signs a Contract with Edmo…
Arinc signed a contract with Edmo Distributors Inc., (Edmo) of Spokane, Washington to handle the
wholesale distribution of its Arinc eFlyBook™ document viewer to the general aviation market.
The eFlyBook viewer is smaller, lighter, and less costly than laptop computers and tablet PCs that
is offered for pilots to store and read electronic documents. Edmo is the world’s largest distributor
of aircraft electronics, with a network of 9,000 active resellers.
Orders
Arinc Receives an Order to Support Air Force Transportable ATC Systems…
Arinc Engineering Services LLC, a division of Arinc, received $485,000 order to provide
continued engineering, training, and maintenance support in Southwest Asia (SWA) for the Air
Force’s TRAPCON (transportable radar approach control) systems used for Air Traffic Control.
Arinc also received $1.3 million order to develop the large transportable Battle Control Center
CENTAF (BC3). The ARINC-supported TRAPCON system is an advanced, self-powered Air
Traffic Control system that includes workstations, electronics, radar connectivity, and
communications equipment to provide a rapid deployment of Air Traffic Control capability.

Arinc Receives an Order to Support the U.S. Navy’s Visual Information Display System…
Arinc Engineering Services LLC, a division of Arinc, received $400,000 million order to support
software development and testing for Build 3 of the U.S. Navy’s Visual Information Display
System (VIDS). Arinc received an order through Command Control Systems and Services (C2S2)
operations in Charleston, South Carolina. VIDS is a key DoD element of the FAA’s National
Airspace System (NAS) modernization program. VIDS collects, consolidates, and displays critical
weather, airport, and air traffic control information from the legacy data and display systems found
at air traffic control towers around the world.

New Facilities
Arinc Opens New Aircraft Modification and Operations Center…
Arinc Engineering Services LLC, a division of Arinc, opened a sophisticated new 81,000-square-
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Airport. The AMOC would accommodate four C-130 aircraft inside the hangar and eight more on
the ramp. Arinc serves two fast-expanding markets, for modernization of military aircraft and
upgrading of commercial and general aviation airframes.

Arinc Opens New Facility to Support Security and Surface Transportation Projects…
Arinc opened a new Pittsburgh facility to support security and surface transportation projects
nationwide. The new facility would organize resources from offices throughout Arinc to
coordinate security operations efforts and provide support to Arinc’s transportation and
security customers including government and private projects. The facility would also provide
expanded system integration services and support services. Arinc’s integrated control and
communications system solutions are designed to improve the efficiency, safety, and security
of operations.

Arinc Establishes New Remote Passenger Services Group in the US…


Arinc established a new Remote Passenger Services Group to manage and market its Internet-
enabled remote passenger check-in technologies in the US. Arinc’s remote check-in systems use
the Internet to provide convenient and popular check-ins at locations such as hotel lobbies,
convention centers, cruise ships, and other off-airport locations.

Product / Service Launches


Arinc Introduces New Wireless Data Communications Module…
Arinc introduced a wireless data communications module for airlines’ on-board applications. The
Arinc Mobile Communications Gateway (MCG) is mainly designed to support airlines’ on-board
sales and credit card transactions. The Arinc MCG provides wireless connectivity and a recharging
power source for in-flight electronic devices, and allows airline crews to download sales data
wirelessly after a flight.

Arinc Introduces New Slimmer SKYLinkSM Antenna…


Arinc introduced a new slimmer Ku-band antenna design for its SKYLinkSM satellite broadband
service, the first satellite broadband communications service for business jets. The new antenna
unit fits radomes in Dassault airframes and Bombardier Global and Challenger airframes.
SKYLink provides business leaders ultra-high speed networking capability, for in-flight Internet
and private network access speeds comparable to fast terrestrial connections.

Service Line Expansion


Arinc Expands its Portfolio of Flight Services…
Arinc Direct, a business unit of Arinc, along with SecureTRANSIT, expanded its portfolio of flight
services with the introduction of APIS (advance passenger information system) reporting and
verification services for business aviation. Arinc Direct would integrate the APIScontrol and
APISadvisor applications of SecureTRANSIT into its standard flight services portfolio. Arinc
Direct APIS service would automate manual tasks associated with collecting and manipulating
passenger and crew data and filing APIS reports.

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Service Development
Arinc Develops New GateFusionSM Service…
Arinc Managed Services, a business unit of Arinc, developed an airport-specific IT service module,
GateFusionSM. The new service is designed to actively monitor the business processes involved in
maintaining airport systems. The module is a key component of the AMS Service Desk, a full-
service resource for the maintenance and support for all airport IT systems.
Year 2006 in Review…
Partnership
Arinc Signs a Partnership Agreement with NTG…
Arinc signed a partnership agreement with Network Telex Group (NTG), a leading global provider
of secure messaging solutions, for fax / telex service. NTG’s fax and telex and other connectivity
solutions would provide enhanced choices and convenience for Arinc’s AviNet Type B messaging
customers. Arinc Type B messaging includes convenient AviNet Fax / Telex capabilities. Fax and
Telex messages are sent and received on the user’s e-mail client, and the AviNet Mail interface
automatically formats Type B Messages for easy delivery through NTG.

Agreements
Arinc Enters into an Agreement with Cairo Airport Company…
Arinc Managed Services LLC (AMS), a subsidiary of Arinc, entered into an agreement with Cairo
Airport Company and the Egyptian Holding Company for Airports and Air Navigation, to provide
technology support at Egypt’s Cairo International Airport Terminal 3. Arinc plans to open a Cairo
office to support the airport and other enterprise technology customers in the region.

Arinc Signs an Agreement with Dassault Falcon Jet…


Arinc DirectSM, a business unit of Arinc, signed an agreement with Dassault Falcon Jet to provide
SKYLinkSM high-speed satellite broadband solution as the factory broadband communications option
for the new Falcon 7X ultra-long-range corporate aircraft. SKYLink provides high-speed connectivity
from the ramp to cruising altitude, enabling a whole a range of vital business applications. SKYLink is
ideal for the fractional jet market and the many customers of Dassault Falcon.

Arinc Enters into an Agreement with iRex Technologies BV…


Arinc entered into an agreement with iRex Technologies BV (iRex) to market electronic paper based
eReader system, the iRex Iliad ER 0100, to the aviation market. Under the marketing agreement, Arinc
would become an exclusive distributor for iRex’s electronic paper based eReader system in the aviation
market. The standard configuration iLiad eReader stores more than 100MB of data and graphics in
internal memory and could accommodate the use of SD, CF and USB memory cards and devices.

Arinc Signs an Agreement with Air Charter Scotland…


Arinc Direct, a business unit of Arinc, signed an agreement with Air Charter Scotland (ACS), a
leading provider of executive jet charter, for the flight planning and support services. The web-

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based Arinc Direct service offers a powerful ability to optimize ACS’ flight route planning within
the European Eurocontrol environment.

Arinc Signs an Agreement with Midcoast Aviation…


Arinc signed a SKYLinkSM distribution agreement with Midcoast Aviation, a leading independent
aircraft maintenance, modification, and completion provider. Under the terms of the agreement,
Midcoast would market and install the Arinc SKYLink ultra-high speed broadband
communications solution for business aircraft.

Arinc Enters into an Agreement with MITEM®…


Arinc entered into a marketing agreement with the MITEM Corp., a leading provider of legacy
integration software and healthcare clinical applications, to provide comprehensive software and
service solutions, allowing healthcare enterprises to integrate disparate legacy systems and
automate their business processes. Under the terms of the agreement, Arinc and MITEM would
provide best-of-breed solutions for healthcare customers by combining Arinc’s strength as a master
systems integrator with the powerful integration tools and applications of MITEM.

Contracts

Arinc Bags a Contract from MWAA…


Arinc Managed Services LLC (AMS), a business unit of Arinc, bagged a two-year contract from the
Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority (MWAA) to provide maintenance and repairs for the
Parking Revenue Control (PRCS) System at Dulles International Airport. The PRCS automates
operations and management of multiple parking facilities at Washington Dulles International Airport.

Arinc Signs a Contract with Cathay Pacific Airways…


Arinc signed a contract with Cathay Pacific Airways of Hong Kong to provide an Iridium-based
voice telephone solution for the carrier’s expanding cargo fleet. Cathay Pacific is the first
commercial airline customer for Arinc’s Iridium service. As per the contract, Arinc would install
its cost-effective Iridium satellite voice telephone solution on seven Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-200
series aircraft. The Iridium constellation of 66 low-earth-orbiting, cross-linked satellites is the
largest commercial satellite constellation in the world.

Arinc Receives a Contract to Provide Passenger Systems for San Francisco International Airport…
Arinc received a contract to provide the world’s first successful common-use passenger systems for
San Francisco International Airport. Under a new 3-year contract, Arinc would refresh the airport’s
common-use check-in and boarding gate systems, which serve 27 airlines at the International
Terminal. Arinc would also install its latest upgraded iMUSE™ technology for enhanced operations.

Arinc Bags a Contract from Edmonton International Airport…


Arinc bagged a major contract from Edmonton International Airport (EIA), western Canada’s
busiest hub, to provide new common-use passenger systems and maintenance support services.

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Arinc would install its industry-leading iMUSE™ check-in and boarding solution, Baglink™
baggage reconciliation system, and SelfServ™ kiosk technology. SelfServ technology would allow
participating airlines to share 30 airport-owned passenger kiosks, and Arinc’s LocalCheck™
system would allow airlines without host computers to participate in the new common-use check-
in, kiosk, and baggage systems.

Arinc Receives a Contract for Providing Engineering and Technical Support Services…
Arinc Engineering Services LLC (AES), a division of Arinc, received $8,693,085 million contract
for providing engineering and technical support services to the Navy’s SPAWAR Space and Naval
Warfare Systems Center, Charleston, South Carolina. Arinc Engineering Services provides turnkey
systems engineering, design, technical, and computer support services for SPAWAR. Other
support services include operational subject matter expertise for electronic equipment, systems, and
subsystems for the Naval Air Traffic Control Air Navigation Aids and Landing Systems (NAALS)
and Meteorology and Oceanographic (METOC) Systems.

Arinc Renews a Contract with American Airlines…


Arinc renewed its flight communications contract with American Airlines, the world’s largest
airline. Under the terms of contract, Arinc would continue to provide industry-leading flight
communications services including its worldwide GLOBALink / VHF data link service, Air /
Ground Domestic voice service in North America. Arinc would also provide value added services
including D-ATIS, which provides convenient automated delivery of destination weather and
terminal conditions. The combination of Arinc’s VHF data link and HF data link services provides
a robust global air-ground communications solution for carriers.

Arinc Bags a Contract from Philippine Airlines…


Arinc bagged a contract from Philippine Airlines, Asia’s first airline and the world’s most
respected carrier, to provide its GLOBALinkSM / VHF data link services. As per the contract,
Arinc would provide service to extend Philippine Airlines’ flight communications capability and
enhance passenger services. Philippine Airlines would utilize GLOBALink / VHF on portions of
its route network, which spans 31 international and 20 domestic destinations.

Arinc Renews a Contract with Cathay Pacific Airways…


Arinc renewed its GLOBALinkSM flight data link contract with Cathay Pacific Airways. Cathay
Pacific Airways would continue to utilize Arinc’s GLOBALink / VHF, GLOBALink / HF,
GLOBALink / Satellite, and Graphic / Text Weather services (G / TWS). Arinc’s GLOBALink
services provide the airline with global coverage for ACARS® flight data communications through
VHF, HF and Satellite.
Cathay Pacific Airways is an international airline that operates 98 aircraft on scheduled cargo and
passenger service to more than 90 destinations around the world.

Arinc Bags a Contract to Provide Technical, Engineering and Logistics Support…


Arinc Engineering Services LLC (AES), a division of Arinc, bagged a 5-year, $10 million contract to
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program. The AN / AQS-20A Towed Sonar is a newly developed, technically advanced system to
detect, localize, and classify many types of mines including bottom, close-tethered, and volume types.

Arinc Receives Contract from Atlantic Southeast Airlines…


Arinc received a contract from Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA), a wholly owned subsidiary of
SkyWest Inc., to provide a complete range of integrated air / ground communications services. Arinc
would provide ASA with digital data link service over the nationwide Arinc GLOBALink / VHFSM
network using efficient VDLM2 digital protocol. Arinc’s web-based OpCenterSM hosted messaging
service would manage ASA’s delivery, processing and retrieval of air / ground and ground / ground
operational messages. Arinc would also integrate a number of paperless data applications for ASA,
including extensive ground maintenance data collection and weight-and-balance applications.

Arinc Renews a Contract from SkyWest Airlines…


Arinc renewed a multi-year contract from SkyWest Airlines for data link services. SkyWest would
continue to utilize Arinc’s GLOBALinkSM / VHF service enhanced with high-capacity VDL
Mode 2 protocol. SkyWest would also receive on-site support from Arinc in deploying several new
productivity-enhancing applications.

Arinc Renews a Contract with ExpressJet Airlines…


Arinc renewed its GLOBALinkSM data link communications contract with ExpressJet Airlines, a
leading regional carrier. Under the new contract, Arinc would provide ExpressJet’s 274-plane fleet
with its industry-leading GLOBALink / VHF data link service.

Arinc Signs a Contract with Sun Country Airlines…


Arinc signed an extension contract with Sun Country Airlines to provide industry-leading data link
service. Under the terms of the agreement Arinc would provide Sun Country Airlines with its
industry-leading data link service, GLOBALinkSM VHF, including VDL Mode 2 service for Sun
Country’s VDL-equipped airframes.

Arinc Receives a Contract from US Army …


Arinc Engineering Services LLC (AES), a division of Arinc, and Impeva Labs Inc., jointly
received contract from US Army to develop and demonstrate prototypes that integrate current and
state-of-the-art wireless communications and Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) to help
track DOD assets worldwide.

Arinc Bags a Contract from Hong Kong Express Airways Limited…


Arinc received a contract from Hong Kong’s first executive airline, Hong Kong Express Airways
Limited (HKE) to provide VHF data link service. As per the contract Arinc would provide HKE
with Arinc’s GLOBALinkSM / VHF service on its new fleet of Embraer 170 aircraft.

Arinc Bags a Contract from Continental Airlines…


Arinc bagged a 7-year renewal contract from Continental Airlines, the world’s most respected
carrier, to provide air / ground data link services. Under the renewal contract, ARINIC would

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provide Continental Airlines with Arinc’s data link services including GLOBALink / VHF,
GLOBALink / HFDL, and GLOBALink / Satellite

Business Expansion

Arinc Extends its SKYLinkSM Broadband Internet Service…


Arinc DirectSM, a business unit of Arinc, extended its SKYLinkSM broadband Internet service for
business jets to the skies above more than 20 countries in Europe. SKYLink provides high speed
in-flight Internet, Intranet, Voice over IP (VoIP), Fax over IP (FoIP) and Virtual Private Network
(VPN) services.

Product / Service Launches

Arinc Introduces Electronic Flight Bag Solution…


Arinc along with Jeppesen introduced Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solution. The new integrated
document viewer (DocViewer) is offered as a part of Jeppesen’s overall suite of EFB applications.
The integrated Jeppesen / Arinc EFB solution includes a common look and feel across all
applications, with seamless support for electronic charts and documents, and optional integrated
VHF ACARS® communications.

Arinc Introduces Data Link Service for Gulfstream PlaneViewTM Cockpits…


Arinc DirectSM, a business unit of Arinc, introduced data link service for Gulfstream 550,
450, and 350 aircraft equipped with Gulfstream’s all-digital PlaneViewTM cockpit.
Gulfstream’s PlaneView cockpit features Honeywell Primus Epic® avionics, is designed to
permit the introduction of new features and functions. Arinc Direct service for PlaneView
cockpits includes a full suite of capabilities such as flight plan uplinks, graphical weather
displays, and maintenance and operational messages, as well as industry-standard datalink
messaging.

Arinc Introduces New AviNet® Exchange Messaging Service…


Arinc introduced AviNet® eXchange, a new business-class messaging service. AviNet eXchange
provides a bridge between legacy industry messaging mechanisms and efficient IP business
applications. Through the launch of new service, Arinc would enable the air transport industry to
take full advantage of modern technologies for business-to-business communications. AviNet
eXchange allows XML-formatted messages to send securely between partners using Web Services.
AviNet eXchange also allows XML messaging through commonly used middleware connections
such as WebSphere MQ.

Proposed Service Launch


Arinc to Introduce Inmarsat Swift Satellite Communications Services…
Arinc DirectSM, a business unit of Arinc, plans to introduce Inmarsat Swift satellite
communications services for operators of corporate jet aircrafts. The company provides swift

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satellite communications services including Swift64, Swift128, and Swift256 services. Arinc
Direct is also involved in installing additional hardware and software, including xPandTM
technology, at ground earth stations around the globe to improve throughput on the Swift channels.

PRODUCT / SERVICE PORTFOLIO


3-D Electromagnetic Visualization; Access Control System; Advanced Information Management
(AIM®) System; Aeromedical Pallet System; Air / Ground Domestic Radio Service; Air / Ground
International Radio Service; Aircraft Condition Analysis and Management System (ACAMS);
Aircraft Integration and Testing; Aircraft Services for Business Aviation; AirDB™—Airport
Database; Airline Operations Center Network (AOCnet); Airport Remote Radio Access System
(ARRAS); Airport Systems Integration Services; AirVUE™—Information Display System for
Airports; Amphibious Warfare Support; Arinc Automated Invoicing and Statistics System; Arinc
DirectSM—Business Aviation Services; Arinc infosite; Arinc Managed Services (AMS); Arinc
MessengerSM Service; Arinc SelfServ™—Airport Kiosks for Common Use; Arinc Wireless
Interoperability Network Solution (AWINS™); Automatic Test Systems; AviNet® Global
Network Keeps Everyone Connected; AviNet® DSL Service; AviNet® FTP Service; AviNet®
Mail; AviNet® Web Mail; AviNet® Wireless Dispatch; Baggage Systems; and Centralized
Automatic Dependent Surveillance (CADS)
Centralized Flight Management Computer Waypoint Reporting System (CFRS); Closed-Circuit
Television (CCTV) Systems; CNS / ATM Gateway; Communications-Based Train Control;
Communications Coverage Analysis; Computer-Aided Dispatching / Automatic Vehicle Location
(CAD / AVL); Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC); DeicingManagerSM; Digital
Signature; Digital Automatic Terminal Information Service (D-ATIS); Diminishing Manufacturing
Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS); Dishonored Check Information Exchange Service
(DCIES); Diving and Life-Support Systems; DoD Training Services; eFlightDeck™; Enhanced
Logbook Automation System (ELAS) / Web-Based Aircraft Systems Analysis (WebASA);
Electromagnetic Modeling and Simulation; Electromagnetic Modeling and Simulation; FiberNet;
Financial Management, Cost Estimating Analysis, and Cost Risk Reduction; Flight Operations;
Flight Support Services for Business Aviation; Flight Training Devices; ForeWarn™; GateFlow®;
Geographical Information Systems (GIS); Geographical Map Overlay Modeling; GeoMap—
Position Reporting; Global Maintenance Services; GLOBALinkSM Services; GPS Engineering;
and Graphic / Text Weather Service
Human Factors Engineering Services; i2WIRES™—Intelligent, Interactive Wiring Diagrams for
Today’s Technicians; Identity Management Service (IdMS); iMUSE™; iMUSE Express™;
InfoHUB™—Enterprise Integrator; Information Engineering Services; Interoperability
Engineering Services; Intrusion Detection System; Littoral Warfare Support; Maintenance Training
Devices; Materials and Process Engineering; Meteorological Data Collection and Reporting
System; Mine Warfare Support; Multi-User System Environment (MUSE®); MUSE LinkTM;
Network Operation Centers; Oceanic Clearance Delivery; OpCenter; Opti-FiTM Wireless;
Passenger Information Systems; PilotMate®; PortSource™; Positive Train Control; Program
Management / Acquisition Support; Public Safety Systems and Wireless Data Networking; Raptor
Reliability and Cost Analysis Software; Rational Technology for Full Life Cycle Systems and
Software Development; and Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Services

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Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability Engineering; Reliability, Maintainability, and
Supportability Engineering; Reverse Engineering; RF Systems Engineering; ROBE Sky Network;
Satellite Direct Plus™; Satellite Navigation & Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems
(SATNAV & ATCALS); Satellite Test Programs; Security; SEI CMMI Services; Arinc
SelfServ™—Airport Kiosks for Common Use; SKYLinkSM by Arinc DirectSM; Software
Engineering; Space Weather Technology; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
Systems; System Security Certification and Accreditation; Systems Engineering, Integration, and
Installation; TICKETSSM; Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) Transition
Program; UATP Card System; VHF Digital Link Mode 2 (VDLM2); Visual Threat Recognition
and Avoidance Trainer (VTRAT); Web Aircraft Situation Display (WebASDSM); Wireless
Communications Services; and Wireless Networks for Air Passenger Operations

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CITILOG SA
64, Rue Du Dessous Des Berges, 75013 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 53 94 53 95, Fax: +33 1 53 94 53 99

SOURCES: www.citilog.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Citilog SA (Citilog), a French traffic management systems and video image processing solutions
Company, leads the global market in automatic incident detection systems and traffic surveillance
systems. The company develops, designs, manufactures and distributes video incident detection
systems for transportation safety, security and mobility. The company’s product portfolio includes
detectors for adaptive intersection control, video based traffic data collection system, video
surveillance and pan-tilt-zoom cameras. Citilog’s systems find applications in enabling traffic data
collection, video surveillance, automatic incident detection, security, detection of PTZ cameras and
intersection control for road transportation and arterial networks, tunnel management and urban
traffic monitoring.
Citilog’s operations span throughout Europe and the US. Major customers of the company include
motorway companies, cities, as well as local authorities in France, Australia, Canada, Switzerland,
China and Spain, flaunting a host of successful implementations of Citilog’s incident detection
systems. Citilog is the industry pioneer in developing and deploying the world’s first advanced
video detection system – the VisioPaD that is easy to use and entails no calibration on the similar
lines of ‘plug-and-play’ devices.

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS

Year 2007 In Review…

Product Launch

Citilog Offers Video-Based Traffic Incident Detection System…


Citilog with its video-based Traffic Incident Detection system secures the Throgs Neck Bridge in
New York. The company’s system analyses vehicle movement and automatically warns the traffic
operators of any vehicle stopped on the bridge.

Other Development

Citilog Equips New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge With Traffic Management System…
Citilog installed video-based Traffic Incident Detection, an Advanced Traffic Management System
on New York’s Throgs Neck Bridge. The system monitors the flowing traffic on 6 lanes of the bridge,
and assists in alerting Traffic enforcement center incase of any mishap resulting in traffic congestion.
The 3-mile long bridge runs between the Bronx and Queens witnesses traffic to the tune of about
105,000 vehicles every day. The move significantly reduces the response time for concerned authorities
to attend to incident victims, saving many lives and ensuring a smooth flow of traffic.

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Year 2006 In Review…

New Establishment

Citilog Opens Asia Pacific regional Office in Hong Kong…


Citilog opened its Asia Pacific regional office in Hong Kong. The company with the new regional
office in Hong Kong enhances its presence in the fast growing markets in Asia Pacific. Citilog is a
fast growing company, which acts globally, with headquarters in Paris (France), an office in
Philadelphia (USA) and a worldwide presence through partners and distributors.

Product Launches

Citilog Introduces Automatic Incident Detection System…


Citilog enhances the security at International Bridge with its automatic incident detection system.
The company’s detection system monitors the bridge’s CCTV cameras and automatically alerts
traffic operators of incidents occurring on the bridge such as stopped vehicles or pedestrian
intrusion. The state-of-the-art security system improves the ability to monitor the bridge.

Citilog Offers Video-based Incident Detection System…


Citilog, through its Video-based Incident Detection system secures Baltimore Harbor and Fort Mc
Henry tunnel. The company’s detection system would monitor nearly 100 CCTV cameras inside
the tunnels. The Automatic Incident Detection system would automatically alert traffic operators of
any incident occurred in the tunnel.

Citilog Offers Intelligent Video Surveillance to Smart SunGuide Traffic Management Center…
Citilog offered its Intelligent Video Surveillance to Smart SunGuide Traffic Management Center in
Florida, USA. The company’s intelligent video surveillance solution is fully integrated into the
incident management software of Smart. SunGuide and alarms are automatically displayed on
operators’ workstations. The company’s solution is installed by Fortran Traffic Systems, a long-
term partner of Citilog in Canada and the United States.
The SMART SunGuide Traffic Management Center is the communication hub for traffic
information along I-95 and I- 595 in Broward County, Florida, USA.

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IMAGE SENSING SYSTEMS, INC.
500 Spruce Tree Center, 1600 University Avenue West, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104-3825, USA
Phone: 651-603-7700, Fax: 651-603-7795
SOURCES: www.imagesensing.com and other secondary online sources
2007 Sales: US$ 5,684 thousands (H1)
2006 Sales: US$ 13,116 thousands
2005 Sales: US$ 11,002 thousands
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Image Sensing Systems Inc., (ISS) is a global leader in systems applying video imaging expertise in
the field of freeway incident detection, advanced traffic management systems, and traffic data
collection. The company’s Autoscope® line of computer enabled detection (CED) products help in
easing traffic congestion and enhance roadway planning. Autoscope® wide area video vehicle
detection solution gathers traffic data as well as speed, roadway occupancy, volume, headways, ramp
queue lengths and vehicle classification. ISS’ Systems are deployed for maritime, railway and
aviation traffic monitoring and security communication operations in about 60 countries worldwide.
ISS developed new Autoscope products such as Autoscope Solo® Pro, Autoscope Solo® Pro NC,
Autoscope 2020™, Autoscope RackVision™, Autoscope RackVision™ System 4, Autoscope
RackVision™ System 16 and Autoscope Atlas™ Junction Detection System (JDS). The company
supplies Autoscope systems for over 50,000 cameras. The company markets Autoscope products in
Asia Pacific and Europe through its subsidiaries namely Flow Traffic Ltd., and Image Sensing Systems
Europe Ltd. The company partners with Econolite Control Products Inc., and Wireless Technology
Inc., to offer a wide range of high-performance video detection technology solutions. The company’s
top competitors are Iteris, Nestor and Quixote.
The company was established in 1984.

SALES DATA
Half Yearly Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006 (In US$ thousands)

Year Sales % Change


2007 5,684 (5.19)
2006 5,995 -

Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ thousands)

Year Sales % Change


2006 13,116 19.21
2005 11,002 -

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STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS
Year 2007 in Review…
Product/Service Launch
ISS Introduces Autoscope® Terra™…
ISS and associate company Econolite Control Products introduced sophisticated video detection
solutions for use in ITS. The new solution, Autoscope® Terra™ was developed using the
DaVinci™ technology of Texas Instruments (TI). Two solutions, Autoscope Solo Terra and
Autoscope RackVision Terra systems are available to meet the requirements of different users.
Autoscope Terra products assist in monitoring and controlling traffic by processing video images
and converting them into high quality streaming mpeg-4 digital video. The videos converted are
digitally transmitted over the Internet to base stations to be viewed by traffic personnel. With the
introduction of the system at busy traffic intersections, and tunnels, incidents could be reported
faster with the system alerting the appropriate emergency responding agency. Hence, results in
reduced time response, and improved efficiency for various enforcement agencies.

Year 2006 in Review…

Agreement

ISS Signs an Agreement with Wavetronix…


ISS signed an agreement with Wavetronix LLC (Wavetronix) to co-brand and distribute the
Wavetronix SmartSensorTM in Europe as ISS Autoscope® SmartSensor. As per the agreement,
ISS Europe Ltd., (ISS Europe) a subsidiary of ISS, would offer Autoscope SmartSensor and the
Wavetronix CommandTM line of data collection and management appliances to the European
transportation market through its pre-established distribution network. The addition of Autoscope
SmartSensor would also enable ISS Europe to complement its wide-area advance video detection
technologies with the multi-lane vehicle detection capabilities of Wavetronix’ Digital Wave Radar
technology.
Wavetronix is a global leader in Digital Wave RadarTM traffic sensors.

Other Development

ISS Supplies ITS Related Equipment…


ISS, through its subsidiary, Flow Traffic Ltd., supplied ITS related equipment for installation of
192 Autoscope Rack Vision Video Detection Systems at Seoul Traffic Management Center, South
Korea. The system effectively records both speed and volume of traffic. The system is useful to the
road users in calculating the journey times and traffic related information. Earlier, the company
installed about 235 Autoscope RackVision systems to the Korean Highway Corporation and this
new supply brings the total to 427 Autoscope Systems. The new installation further reinforces the
company’s presence in the South Korean market.

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SUBSIDIARIES
Flow Traffic Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Flow Traffic Ltd. (China)
Image Sensing Systems Europe Ltd. (Poland)

IMAGE SENSING SYSTEMS, INC.’S SUBSIDIARY

FLOW TRAFFIC LTD.


Suite 01, 18th Floor, Queen's Place, 74 Queen's Road, Central Hong Kong
Phone: [852] 2827.1123, Fax: [852] 2827.0056

SOURCES: Company related secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Flow Traffic Ltd, (Flow Traffic) a subsidiary of Image Sensing Systems Inc., specializes in intelligent transportation
systems. The company is a distributor and system integrator of advanced traffic management products and systems
manufactured by international specialists. The company’s product line includes Image processors, Incident detection
systems, Loops, Speed detection systems, Vehicle occupancy counts, Vehicle presence detection systems, Incident
detection systems, Traffic flow monitoring systems, Traveller information systems, and Tunnel monitoring systems.
The company is also an exclusive distributor of Autoscope video image detection technology and the Flow Traffic loop
detection system in the Asia Pacific region. The company’s operations span China, Korea, New Zealand, Australia and
Malaysia.
Image Sensing Systems Inc., specializes in image processing, hardware and software engineering, and communications
to develop video vehicle detection systems for traffic management and control applications. Image Sensing Systems
Inc., acquired Flow Traffic in 1999.

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INIT - INNOVATION IN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AG
Kaeppelestrasse 6, 76131 Karlsruhe, Germany
Phone: +49.721.6100.0, Fax: +49.721.6100.399
SOURCES: www.init-ka.de and other secondary online sources
2006 Sales: € 36,258 thousands
2005 Sales: € 33,406 thousands
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
INIT - Innovation In Transportation Systems AG (INIT) is a market leader in the telematics sector.
The company is a leading supplier of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and fare collection
systems. The company develops, produces, installs and maintains integrated hardware and software
solutions for all key tasks required within transport companies. The company operates in the areas of
telematic software and services division as well as mobile telematic and electronic payment systems.
INIT offers various systems such as Mobile-CAD/AVL, Mobile-EFM, Mobile-APC, Mobile-Stop info,
Mobile-DMS, Mobile-PARA net, and Mobile-Plan. The company provides telematic software and
services such as Mobile statistics, Mobile forms, Mobile reports, Mobile artist, and PRO services.
INIT’s mobile telematics and fare collections include Copilot, Touchit, Pressit, Mobile-TLI, LISA,
PIDmobil, INFOS, Evend integral, Evend portable, Touch Mobil, Touch coin, Touch station, Data
station, Copilot power, Copilot soft key, Copilot integral, Copilot PC with driver interfaces TouchIT or
Pressit, and Copilot smart with same driver interfaces. The company provides various communication
solutions such as Mobile-DRI, Mobile-MRI, WLAN, Speed card, PID station, and PID integral.
The company was established in 1983.

SALES DATA

Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In € thousands)

Year Sales %Change


2006 36,258 8.54
2005 33,406 -

Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – Germany,


North America and Rest of the World (In € thousands)

Region 2006 2005 %Change


Germany 12,749 10,471 21.76
North America 12,127 10,505 15.44
Rest of the World 11,382 12,430 (8.43)
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STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS
Year (2007) in Review…
Contract
INIT Enters into Contract with The Regional Municipality of York…
INIT entered into a contact with the Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, Canada, to install
integrated telematics system on 270 additional buses. Under the contact, the Regional Municipality
of York would be able to rely on hardware and software from INIT.

Year 2006 in Review…


Agreement
INIT Enters into an Agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York…
INIT entered into an agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York for
effective implementation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The new system - Automatic
Vehicle Location and Monitoring (AVLM) provides both wireless communications network, as
well as Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS). The system is equipped with a graphical screen
that enables drivers to view map of the route, in addition to providing two-way messaging facility
between driver and command center. AVLM also enables recording of mileage and passenger
details, in addition to providing both audio and visual-based navigational support.

Contracts
INIT Enters into Contract with Kinkisharyo International
INIT entered into a contract with Japanese group Kinkisharyo International to provide on-board
computers, information systems, mobile data terminals, vehicle location systems, and
communication technology. The Japanese group intended to equip 115 light rail vehicles with
hardware and software from INIT.

INIT Enters into Contract with TransLink…


INIT entered into a contract with TransLink. INIT Inc., the North American subsidiary of init
innovation in traffic systems AG was chosen to supply the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS).
The Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) would operate the Bus Communication System
(BCS). INIT specializes in ITS and electronic management systems would equip 1,296 vehicles
with the COPILOTpc and INIT’s latest generation of Windows XP embedded based on-board
computers. INIT’s system would support TransLink in the mission.

Product Launch
INIT Offers Novel ITS Solutions…
INIT offered an advanced ITS technology for various transportation companies that are engaged in
rendering public transportation services. The solutions of INIT that are available under the brand
name MOBILE, blends various software and hardware technologies in addressing various issues of

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public transportation including fleet management, automated passenger counting and passenger
information, and ticketing in form of smart cards. In addition, MOBILE constantly keeps providing
relevant information to drivers that enable them to avoid congested zones.

Year 2006 in Review

Agreement

INIT Enters into an Agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York…
INIT entered into an agreement with Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York for
effective implementation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). The new system - Automatic
Vehicle Location and Monitoring (AVLM) provides both wireless communications network, as
well as Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS). The system is equipped with a graphical screen
that enables drivers to view map of the route that they plan to travel, in addition to providing two-
way messaging facility between driver and command center. These facilities ensure that congested
zones are avoided. AVLM also enables recording of mileage and passenger details, in addition to
providing both audio and visual-based navigational support.

Contract

INIT Secures CAD$35 Million Contract…


INIT Innovation In Transportation Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of INIT bagged a contract worth
CAD$35 million from TransLink, the transportation authority in Vancouver. As per the contract,
INIT would provide TransLink with several intelligent transportation and electronic management
systems including the state of the art GPS, digital private mobile voice and data radio systems and
Windows XP based on board computers.

SUBSIDIARY
INIT Innovations in Transportation, Inc.

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INIT - INNOVATION IN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AG’S
SUBSIDIARY

INIT INNOVATIONS IN TRANSPORTATION, INC.


1420 Kristina Way, Suite 101, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320, USA
Phone: +1.757.413.9100, Fax: +1.757.413.5019

SOURCES: www.initusa.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
INIT Innovations In Transportation Inc., (INIT) a subsidiary of INIT AG, is a global provider of electronic fare
collection systems and telematics solutions and services for public transport. The company is also engaged in
developing, manufacturing, installing and maintenance of integrated hardware and software services and solutions for
several transportation companies. INIT’s telematics software and services products include PROservice,
MOBILEreports, MOBILEstatistics, MOBILEartist and MOBILEforms services. Mobile telematics systems provided
by the company include INFOS – Infrared location support system, LISA – traffic signal priority system, COPILOT –
onboard computer systems, PRESSit – mobile data terminal, MOBILE-TLI – data network controller and PIDmobil –
on board passenger information display system. The company’s electronic payment system products include
DATAstation, TOUCHcoin, TOUCHmobil, TOUCHstation, EVENDportable and EVENDintegral.
In 2006, INIT Innovation In Transportation Systems Inc. bagged a contract worth CAD$35 million from TransLink,
the transportation authority in Vancouver. As per the contract, INIT would provide TransLink with several intelligent
transportation and electronic management systems including the state of the art GPS, digital private mobile voice and
data radio systems and Windows XP based on board computers.

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ITRAMAS CORPORATION
No.1, Jalan PJU 8/5A, 47820 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Phone: (6) 03-77270979, Fax: (6) 03-77274979

SOURCES: www.itramas.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
ItraMAS Corp., (ItraMAS) is a technology driven intelligent traffic management and road safety
solutions provider engaged in the design, development and commercialization of multimedia based
intelligent transportation systems, LED products and traffic signaling & management systems. The
company specializes in the management and execution of large scale Traffic Control &
Surveillance System (TCSS), Toll Collection System (TCS), Area Traffic Control (ATC),
Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) / Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS)
and other related ITS modules and sub-systems. The company also develops and integrates
Intelligent Transportation Systems for the land transportation sector. The company offers an
extensive range of systems such as Vehicle Detection System, CCTV Control System, Intelligent
Video Wall Display System, Variable Message Signs Control System, Incident Management
System, Response Plan System, Integrated Alarm Management, Security Management, and Area
Traffic Control System. ItraMAS also provides technologically advanced LED based products in
the traffic, media, architectural lighting and automotive sectors.
ItraMAS also provides services such as Traffic Signalling & Information, Intelligent Illumination
Control, Electronic Media, and Automotive Lighting. The company also manages large turnkey
ITS contracts, involving installation, testing and commissioning of input equipment such as CCTV,
Fiber Optic and Wireless Communication Systems, Traffic Counters, Aids, Control Centers and
output equipment including Variable Message Sign. The company supplies its products in the US,
Europe, the Middle East, India and Australia. The company operates its Research and Development
center in Penang, and offices in Khobar, Bangkok, Beijing, and Shangai. The company also
operates its technology center in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. The company was established in 1999.

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS


Year 2007 in Review…
New Facility
ItraMAS Launches National Traffic Control Center
ItraMAS launched National Traffic Control Centre (NTCC) that combines all privatized Malaysian
highway networks, and is responsible for traffic control and surveillance functions on these roads.
The control center is established as part of the Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA)/ Lembaga
Lebuhraya Malaysia (LLM)’s initiative to provide real-time traffic information to commuters
through various means such as variable message boards, SMS, MMS, and the internet. The project
involves installation of next generation software based LED lighting solution, ColorRay™ system
for efficient and comfortable operation of vehicles. The control center was setup at a cost of RM
24.5 million by ItraMAS. The new traffic control and management network is based on systems

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based architecture, to enable easy integration of additional control centers, as well as easy
expansion in the future. The project is divided into three phases and is scheduled for completion by
the end of the year 2007.

Year 2006 In Review…


Joint Venture
ItraMAS Enters into a Joint Venture with AdvancedInformation Technology
ItraMAS entered into a joint venture with AdvancedInformation Technology Plc to provide several
light emitting diodes and intelligent transportation systems based products, services and solutions
in Thailand. The solutions facilitate in enhancing drivers safety as well as improving traffic.

Partnership

ItraMAS Enters into Partnership with Thai partner…


ItraMAS entered into partnership with Thai partner Advanced Information Technology PLC (AIT).
Under the Partnership, both the companies would provide products, services and global solutions
such as ITS and light emitting diode (LED)-based traffic products to enhance traffic flows, drivers
safety and trips.

Product Launch
ItraMAS Launches a New ColorDirector™ Scenario Series…
ItraMAS launched a new line of controllers ColorDirector™ Scenario series, which manages
lighting effects for the ColorRay™ system. The company’s new Scenario series enables users to
instantly form any desired ambiance using its pre-set lighting effects with manually adjustable
color, brightness and speed control.

PRODUCT ANALYSIS
Electronic Display And Lighting
Traffic Signaling System
ItraMAS provides LED based traffic signals that consume low power. The company also
undertakes turnkey solutions for traffic junctions.

Electronic Display
ItraMAS offers electronic display systems that are useful in various applications such as ITS
(WMS), car park management, road safety, public information dissemination and electronic media.

Automotive and General Lighting


ItraMAS provides LED technology lighting and architectural lighting system for general purpose
and automotives. The company also proposed designs for various lighting systems such as Side

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Turn Signal Light, Center High Mounted Stop Light, Rear Passenger Light and Boot Light. The
company also offers a wide range of services ranging from system integration, application
development, IT infrastructure architecture and on-site project management and IT Consultations.

Traffic Control and Surveillance System


ItraMAS’ Traffic Control and Surveillance System developed to integrate with a wide range of
applications in a centralized control system. The company’s itac™ is able to integrate major ITS
applications, regardless of its manufacturer or protocol.

Traffic Signaling and Information


ItraMAS’ TransLED™ suite of traffic signaling and safety products are manufactured utilizing
"best of breed" LED technology. The product is designed using innovative optic application and
excellent thermal management, TransLED™ Traffic Signals offers maximum light output while
significantly reducing energy consumption

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MAGELLAN NAVIGATION, INC.
960 Overland Court, San Dimas, California 91773, USA
Phone: 909-394-5000, Fax: 909-394-7050
SOURCES: corp.magellangps.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Magellan Navigation Inc., (Magellan Navigation) formerly Thales Navigation, is a pioneer in the
survey, consumer, GIS and OEM GPS positioning and navigation markets. The company is a
premier provider of reliable, easy-to-use consumer navigation solutions. Magellan Navigation is an
innovator of award-winning products that include Magellan eXplorist™ outdoor handheld
navigation devices, Magellan® RoadMate™ series portable car navigation systems, the Hertz
NeverLost® car navigation system and ProMark™, a single frequency GPS survey product. Other
major products of the company are Magellan Maestro series in the vehicle navigation market, and
Magellan CrossoverGPS series in the GPS product category. The company’s consumer models
include hand-held units for hikers, add-on car units for address navigation, and marine units for
boaters. The company also offers GPS related software, maps and accessories.
Magellan Navigation also provides OEM solutions for industries such as consumer electronics,
avionics, vehicle tracking and navigation, agriculture, marine and security applications. The
company delivers sophisticated GPS satellite navigation and positioning solutions and products
to a broad spectrum of rapidly expanding commercial, consumer, industrial, scientific and
government markets worldwide. The company offers Vehicle navigation solutions and intelligent
transportation technologies; Consumer GPS solutions; and Surveying, mapping and Geographic
Information Systems (GIS). The company also offers a broad range of maps and other
accessories, as well as a wide variety of products and solutions for both the consumer and
professional customers. Magellan Navigation provides accurate, reliable and easy-to-use GPS
solutions, and OEM solutions to its customers. The company’s products find applications in
various sectors such as consumer electronics, avionics, vehicle tracking and navigation,
agriculture, marine and security.
Magellan Navigation markets survey and GIS solutions worldwide under its Magellan Professional
brand, and supplies its products through 20,000 retail outlets and 100 international distributors
globally. The company’s customers include Hertz Corporation, AAA, Brandmotion, the United
States and Canadian Coast Guards, Universal Avionics, U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, Modular
Mining, the Geographical Survey Institute of Japan, and retailers such as Target, Wal-Mart, Best
Buy, Sears, Comp USA and Office Depot. The company operates a technology research and
development center in Moscow, Russia. The company maintains U.S sales offices in California,
Oklahoma, Virginia and Georgia as well as International sales offices in the UK, Germany, China,
Moscow, The Netherlands, France and Chile. The company’s major competitors are Garmin,
Navico, and Trimble Navigation.
In 2006, Thales Navigation was renamed as Magellan Navigation, subsequent to the acquisition of
the former company by a private equity firm, Shah Capital Partners. Other partners involved in this
transaction included Consolidated Press Holdings, Eli Broad, Tudor Group, AIG SunAmerica and
Galleon Group.

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STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS

Year 2008 (1st Half) in Review…

Partnership

Magellan Navigation Partners with Primordial


Magellan Navigation formed partnership with Primordial Inc. to provide its customers with off-
road routing on a GPS device, which is capable of identifying natural and artificial obstructions.
Primordial is a global leading provider of off-road navigation through the flagship product, Ground
Guidance®.

Product Launch

Magellan Navigation Expands Roadmate® Series


Magellan Navigation expanded the company’s RoadMate series of vehicle navigation products
with the launch of three new widescreen units. The new RoadMate® 1400 series comprises a 4.3-
inch anti-glare touch screen display and a user-friendly interface with QuickSpell™ and
SmartDetour™ technologies that facilitate rapid input and traffic guide. The RoadMate 1415,
which includes NAVTEQ® full European map, announces direction of the turns and street names.
The RoadMate 1425 offers live traffic updates and route guidance through a permanent traffic
subscription.

Year 2007 in Review…

Alliance

Magellan Navigation Enters into an Alliance with National Geographic…


Magellan Navigation entered into an alliance with National Geographic, to make National
Geographic’s full-color topography maps fully compatible with handheld GPS receivers for the
first time. Magellan Navigation would become the first GPS manufacturer to provide full, onscreen
compatibility, usage and display of National Geographic’s maps. Magellan Navigation’s new
Triton series of handheld GPS devices are developed to work seamlessly with both Magellan
Navigation’s own and National Geographic’s proprietary topographic maps.
The partnership between Magellan Navigation and National Geographic would enable hikers and
backpackers, fishermen and hunters, campers, and other outdoor enthusiasts to include a richer
experience with National Geographic’s software, when used with Magellan Triton units.

Product Launches

Magellan Navigation Unveils New VantagePoint™ Software…


Magellan Navigation unveiled new VantagePoint™ software, a powerful new desktop application
that would enable users to customize the content on their Magellan GPS devices. VantagePoint is

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designed to work seamlessly with Magellan Navigation’s new Triton series of outdoor portable
handheld GPS receivers, as well as other handheld and auto navigation devices. VantagePoint
would also provide users with the ability to easily download maps, waypoints, geocaches, tracks,
photo and audio recordings of journeys; organize files; and synchronize them between their
desktop and Triton handheld GPS.

Magellan Navigation Introduces New Triton™ Handheld Series…


Magellan Navigation introduced new Triton series of portable handheld GPS receivers that provide
outdoor enthusiasts with the most advanced design and navigation experience available. The Triton
series of six new units, is the first line of rugged, handheld navigation devices designed with a new
user interface flow and screen graphics making Triton easier to use and more accessible to a greater
population of outdoor enthusiasts. Triton series is the first outdoor handheld to provide users access
to downloadable National Geographic topographic maps. The new series includes Triton 2000,
Triton 1500, Triton 500, Triton 400, Triton 300, and Triton 200.

Magellan Navigation Launches New DG14 RTK™ GPS Board…


Magellan Navigation launched new DG14 RTK™ GPS Board, a cost-effective, sub-meter GNSS (GPS
+ SBAS) + Beacon receiver. With the launch of new DG14 RTK™ GPS Board, customers in high-
precision applications would get high-end precision in a low-cost GNSS unit. DG14 RTK is developed
to meet the needs of demanding high-precision applications for machine control, agriculture, aviation,
military, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), robotics, marine survey and navigation.

Magellan Navigation Unveils New BLADE™ GNSS Signal Processing…


Magellan Navigation unveiled new BLADE™ technology, a proprietary GNSS processing solution
that makes possible centimeter-level accuracy for real-time and post-processing surveys and mapping
operations. BLADE (Base Line Accurate Determination Engine) uniquely combines ranging and
carrier phase data from two satellite systems, GPS and SBAS, for superior satellite coverage and
signal reliability to enable rapid, centimeter-level solutions. BLADE is the first GNSS processing
system that uses SBAS ranging and carrier phase measurements in the RTK data processing.

Magellan Navigation Launches New ProMark3 RTK…


Magellan Navigation launched new ProMark3 RTK, designed to provide surveyors with centimeter
accuracy in a real-time solution. ProMark3 RTK includes new real time capabilities in addition to
its existing complete post-processing and mapping features.

Magellan Navigation Unveils SnowRanger™ Software…


Magellan Navigation unveiled new SnowRanger™ software from Mountain Dynamics for
compatible Magellan eXplorist handheld GPS receivers and the Magellan CrossoverGPS.
SnowRanger would enhance outdoor navigation for customers exploring the nation’s top winter
destinations by delivering digital recreational maps for more than 53 ski resorts across the nation with
detailed information about resort facilities, including chairlifts, trails, lodges, roads, parking, and
ticketing. The software would also track data such as vertical feet skied, maximum speed, number of
runs made, and more when used with a Magellan GPS receiver and the Mountain Dynamics website.

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Magellan Navigation Introduces New NavCreator…
Magellan Navigation introduced new NavCreator as part of the Magellan Solutions Development
Kit (MSDK) family. NavCreator is a vehicle navigation platform that would allow ODM and OEM
partners to develop customized graphical user interfaces (GUI). NavCreator mainly focuses in
providing Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs) and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
with the key building blocks for developing navigation applications for PDAs, mobile phones,
personal navigation devices, or in-vehicle navigation systems.

Magellan Navigation Launches CrossoverGPS™ Navigation Device…


Magellan Navigation launched new CrossoverGPS™ navigation device and companion software.
The new CrossoverGPS is a rugged, water-resistant system specifically developed to provide turn-
by-turn driving directions, as well as navigation for outdoor activities. The navigation device is
preloaded with topography maps and street maps, in addition to an optional mapping software,
which helps users to store marine charts, and data related to fishing-hot-spots and lakes.

PRODUCT/SERVICE PORTFOLIO
GPS Units
Vehicle Navigation Products
Magellan RoadMate Series; Magellan Maestro Series

CrossoverGPS Products
Magellan CrossoverGPS Series

Handheld Navigation Products


eXplorist Series, and Value Packs

Maps & Software


Secure Digital (SD) Cards, Regional Map Downloads, Full CD-ROM Products,

Accessories
Mounting brackets, stylish carrying cases; Secure Digital expansion memory cards; cradles;
connection cables; Magellan RoadMate; Magellan RoadMate AAA Edition RS 2.0; Magellan
CrossoverGPS; Meridian Gold; Meridian Marine; SporTrak Color; SporTrak Map; SporTrak Pro
Marine; Magellan Maestro Series; PlusMagellan RoadMate; eXplorist; Meridian Color; Meridian
GPS; Meridian Platinum, SporTrak; SporTrak Pro; and SporTrak Topo

Solutions
Marine & Sensors
3011 GPS Compass; Aquarius; Aquarius²; A12 Sensor; ADU5; ZXW-Sensor; Aquarius®; Sagitta;
AC12 Sensor; DG14 Sensor

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GNSS Boards
AC12 Board; C12 Board; GG24-E2 Board; ZXW-Eurocard; A12 Board; DG14 Board; and
SkyNav GG12 Board

Land Survey
ProMark3; Z-Xtreme; Z-Max.Net, iCGRS System, professional GPS solutions; Global Positioning
System (GPS); GPS Reference StationsSurveyors; Surveying systems

Mobile Mapping
MobileMapper CE; MobileMapper Office; Software Development Kit; GPSDifferential Module;
Software Development Kit; MobileMapper Pro; and MobileMapper Beacon

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MAGELLAN NAVIGATION, INC.’S SUBSIDIARY

MAGELLAN GPS
Z.A.C. de la Fleuriaye, B.P. 60433, 44474 Carquefou Cedex, France
Phone: +33 2 28 09 38 00, Fax: +33 2 28 09 39 39

SOURCES: www.magellangps.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Magellan GPS, a subsidiary of Magellan (formerly Thales Navigation), is a leader in the consumer, survey, GIS and
OEM GPS navigation and positioning markets. The company manufactures Magellan® RoadMate™ series portable
car navigation systems, Magellan eXplorist™ outdoor handheld navigation devices, Hertz NeverLost® car navigation
system and ProMark™, the best-selling single frequency GPS survey product.
In 2006, an investment group headed by Shah Capital Partners acquired Thales Navigation to form a new company –
Magellan.

PRODUCT/SERVICE PORTFOLIO

GPS Units
Magellan Maestro Series, and Magellan RoadMate Series, Magellan CrossoverGPS Series, eXplorist Series, and Value
Packs

Magellan Web Viewer


MapSend DirectRoute 2.0, MapSend DirectRoute 2.0 – Europe, MapSend WorldWide Basemap, MapSend Topo 3D
Germany, MapSend BlueNav Local Charts

Magellan Traffic Service

Traffic Integrated Products


Magellan Maestro 4050 + TrafficKit – Europe, Magellan Maestro 4050 + TrafficKit - North America, Magellan
RoadMate 3050T North America, Magellan RoadMate 6000T North America

Accessories for Traffic Enabled Products


TrafficKit North America - Magellan Maestro 4040/4050, TrafficKit North America - Magellan RoadMate
2200T/CrossoverGPS, TrafficKit North America - Magellan RoadMate 3000T, TrafficKit North America - Magellan
RoadMate 700/760, TrafficKit North America - Magellan RoadMate 800

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MARK IV INDUSTRIES, INC.
501 John James Audubon Parkway, Amherst, New York 14226, USA
Phone: 716-689-4972, Fax: 716-689-6098
2007 Sales: US$ 1.2 billion
(Fiscal Year Ends in February)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Mark IV Industries Inc., (Mark IV) is a leader in the manufacture of engineered systems and
components for the transportation management, automotive, and industrial machinery markets.
Mark IV, operating in about 16 countries, provides its value added products and services based on
advanced radio frequency, power transmission, air admission and cooling, and information display
technologies. Operations of the company are categorized under Industrial/Distribution
(Transportation Technologies, Power Train, Aftermarket, Heavy Duty) and Automotive OEM
(Power Transmission, Air Admission & Cooling, Platform) business segments.
Power train division of Mark IV manufactures gasoline and diesel engines for various industrial,
marine and agricultural applications. The company also offers information display systems (for
aircrafts, railcars and buses) and traffic management equipment comprising of electronic toll-
collection systems. Mark IV operates about 27 manufacturing facilities, 5 technical centers and 27
distribution/sales facilities across the world. Major competitors of the company include Dana,
Delphi, and Gates Corporation.
In 2006, Mark IV and Electronic Transactions Consultants (ETC) entered into a partnership
agreement for installing Open Road Tolling (ORT) at 20 mainline plazas of Illinois Tollway and
offering 85 ORT lanes. As per the deal, system integration would be taken care of by ETC, with
Mark IV concentrating on supply of readers and transponders. Both companies are marketing the
partnership venture under brand name HOT Solution.

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

Industrial/Distribution Segment
In the Industrial/Distribution segment, Mark IV is a leading supplier of intelligent vehicle highway
systems (IVHS), small multi-purpose diesel engines, aftermarket automotive components,
information display system technologies, and power transmission products for off-road and heavy-
duty vehicles. The segment’s operations are structured around four business units namely,
Transportation Technologies, Power Train, Aftermarket, and Heavy Duty.

Transportation Technologies
Transportation Technologies business unit is involved in the design, production and marketing of
engineered systems and components by using advanced electronics and radio frequency (RF)
technologies for various applications. Mark IV is a leader in the supply of RF-based transponders,
antennas and readers for intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS Products) and electronic toll

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collection systems; integrated on-board vehicle location, information and monitoring systems for
mass transit and railroads; high resolution video displays for fixed installations and transportation;
and innovative aircraft, bus and rail lighting systems (Information Display Products).

Power Train
Being the world’s largest independent manufacturer of small diesel engines, Mark IV markets a
complete line of gasoline and liquid or air-cooled small diesel (up to 75hp (55kW)) engines under
the Ruggerini and Lombardini brands to the agricultural, industrial, marine and construction
markets. The company also manufactures a small diesel engine, provided with a continuously
variable transmission (CVT) to reduce emission and performance costs.

Aftermarket
Mark IV is a leading supplier of aftermarket products in the retail segment and the second
largest supplier in the traditional segment of the US aftermarket. The company’s Aftermarket
business unit supplies a wide range of hoses, tensioners, belts, and accessories to the
warehouse distributors and retail auto part chains under the Dayco brand and other private
labels.

Heavy-Duty
Mark IV is a leading supplier of accessory drive systems to the heavy-duty market in Europe and
North America. The company’s Heavy Duty business unit manufactures a wide range of power
transmission systems used in Class 8 trucks and other off road and heavy duty vehicles for
transferring power from the engine to accessory drive systems by using tensioners, rubber belts,
pulleys, dampers and idlers.

Automotive OEM Segment


Mark IV is a leading Tier 1 supplier to the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Asia,
North America, South America, Europe, and the Pacific Regions. The company’s Automotive
OEM segment is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of high quality engine (Air
Admission, Cooling, and Power Transmission) and Platform (fuel and fluid handling)
systems. Products offered by the segment are supplied to the recognized SUVs, trucks and
cars across the world.

Power Transmission
The Power Transmission products supplied include power transmission systems for accessory and
camshaft drives, timing and poly-rib belts, automatic tensioning devices, and pulleys, idlers,
bracket and dampers.

Air Admission and Cooling


The company’s Air Admission and Cooling products comprise of air intake manifolds, engine
cooling systems, brake fluid, surge and power steering tanks and water pumps.

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SALES DATA

Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales (Value) by Business Segment (2007) -


Transportation Technologies, Aftermarket, Heavy-Duty, Power Transmission,
and Air Admission and Cooling

Segment 2007
Transportation Technologies 16
Aftermarket 25
Heavy-Duty 10
Industrial/Distribution 51
Power Transmission 27
Air Admission and Cooling 22
Automotive OEM 49
Total 100

Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales (Value) by Geographic Region (2007) –


North America, Europe and Rest of the World

Region 2007
North America 39
Europe 55
Rest of the World 6
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MARK IV INDUSTRIES, INC.’S SUBSIDIARY

MARK IV IVHS
6030 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2P1, Canada
Phone: (905) 624-3020, Fax: (905) 238-3141

SOURCES: http://www.ivhs.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Mark IV IVHS, a subsidiary of MARK IV Transportation Technologies Group, develops dedicated Short-Range
Communication (DSRC) equipment that finds application in ITS field such as electronic toll collection and commercial
vehicle operations. Mark IV IVHS is the largest provider of radio frequency based transponder devices for ETC
systems to the Northeastern United States. Highway, toll, tunnel, turnpike, and bridge authorities make extensive usage
of DSRC devices in the intelligent transportation systems (electronic toll collection and automated weigh station
bypass). Key offerings of the company include Toll transponders (Interior Flat Pack Transponder (FPT), Exterior Flat
Pack Transponder (Exterior FPT), Roof Mounted Transponder (RMT), License Plate Transponder (LPT)), Readers
(Standard Reader, Basic Reader, Fusion® Reader, mGate Reader), Lane kits (Overhead Lane Kit, VRC Lane Kit) and
other accessories (Handheld Reader, Tag verifier, Portable Reader and Spare Parts). The company’s products find
applications in Electronic Toll Collection (ETC), Traffic Management, Open Road Tolling, Border Crossing,
Commercial Vehicle Operations, Vehicle Emissions Inspection, and other Specialty Areas.
MARK IV IVHS, in association with Electronic Transaction Consultants Corporation, offers HOT Solution™, a
unique solution for automating High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes. The advanced solution is fast gaining popularity in
the transportation sector for managing the chaos of urban traffic. Mark IV IVHS supplied over 25 million toll
transponders for landmark intelligent transportation system deployments such as Canada’s Highway 407 ETR, the
world’s first, all-electronic toll road; border crossing projects; and the E-ZPass SM system of the Interagency Group of
22 toll authorities. E-Zpass™ system uses transponders of Mark IV and by far represents the biggest and successful
ITS execution programs in the world. The company, operating across 17 countries worldwide, was the first to apply
DSRC technology to electronic weigh station bypass/CVO programs.
Major customers of the company include Interagency Group (IAG), Burlington County Bridge Commission, Delaware
Department of Transportation, Delaware River and Bay Authority, E-ZpassSM, E-ZPassSM Map and Facilities
Listing, Highway 407 ETR, Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, I-Pass Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
(Advantage CVO Program), Maryland DOT, Massachusetts Turnpike - Fast Lane, New Jersey Turnpike Authority,
New York Bridge Authority, Transcom, Virginia DOT, Smart Tag, West Virginia Turnpike and E-ZpassSM.
MARK IV Transportation Technologies (MTT) is the global leader in manufacturing electronic display components
for outdoor applications. The company’s product offering include display components consisting of dot matrices in
various configurations, status indicators, alphanumeric character modules, and seven-segment digits. MTT’s
products find applications in highway traffic control, scoreboards, financial applications, parking information
displays, passenger information and display systems, patron toll displays, and industrial and commercial message
centers.

PRODUCT ANALYSIS

Transponders

Interior Flat Pack Transponder (FPT)


Interior Flat Pack Transponder (FPT) is a popular model of toll transponder designed for lane-based and open road toll
(ORT) collection. FPT, which transmits information in 250 bit packets, is ideal for mounting in the interior of trucks
and cars. The product, which is compatible with the IAG protocol using active Type II read/write technology, finds
usage in mobile commerce, traffic management and ETC applications.

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Exterior Flat Pack Transponder (Exterior FPT)
Exterior Flat Pack Transponder (Exterior FPT) contains a conformal coating to protect against exposure to the
elements. Exterior FPT, bodily akin to the Interior FPT, is designed for lane-based and open road toll collection. The
product is suitable to mount on motorcycles, trucks and buses. Transmissions of information in 256 bit packets, and
compatible with the IAG protocol using active Type II read/write technology are some of the key features of Exterior
FP. In addition to Mobile Commerce application, Exterior FPT finds usage in traffic management and ETC
applications.

Roof Mounted Transponder (RMT)


Roof Mounted Transponder (RMT) is a transponder specifically designed for mobile commerce, traffic management
and ETC applications. The product is ideal for use on buses and heavy trucks.

License Plate Transponder (LPT)


License Plate Transponder (LPT) is a robust exterior unit designed for lane-based and open road tool collection. LPT,
which transmits data in 256 bit packets at a rate of 500 kbps, is compatible with IAG using active Type II read/write
technology. The product is suitable for mounting on the exterior of trucks and cards. In addition to traffic management
application, the product finds usage in mobile commerce and ETC applications.

Fusion® and Fusion® CVO Transponder


Fusion® Transponder is an IAG or TDMA protocol supported transponder for lane-based or ORT collection and other
weigh station electronic screening applications. The product, ideal for mounting on the interior of trucks and cars,
provide ‘V6’ TDMA and IAG active Type II read/write protocol support. The product, which transmits data in either
256 or 512 bit packets at 500 kbps rates, is widely utilized for open road, highway speed transactions.
Fusion® CVO Transponder is a transponder configured with a signal flashing sequence. The product is ideal for usage
on all North American e-screening, weight station bypass, and CVISN programs, encompassing NORPASS and
PrePass Plustm. Fusion CVO transponders, recommended by the CVO Interoperability Committee of ITS America,
are also used in CVISN programs in Maryland and New York. The product applications include mobile commerce,
traffic management, and ETC applications.

Ubiquity® Transponder
Ubiquity® Transponder is an innovative transponder designed with a buzzer and three LEDS for commercial vehicle
operators. The product, based on backscatter technologies, is compatible with PrePass, NORPASS, Green Light and
other CVISN weigh station screening systems; Interagency Group (IAG) E-ZPassSM; The "Sandwich Spec" protocol;
and Title-21 toll systems throughout Colorado and California. The product, ideal for mobile commerce, traffic
management, and ETC applications, also contains a data port for connection to the vehicle data bus (OBD II, J1708
Bus) and on-board devices.

READERS

Standard Reader
Standard Reader is an all-purpose multi-lane reader that supports up to 8 lane-based antennas. The product, ideal for
traffic monitoring, is non-redundant. The product, which supports legacy users, enables user to monitor traffic
applications using a non-redundant Badger reader with traffic management firmware. The product is suitable for traffic
management, CVO, and ETC applications.
Basic Reader
Basic Reader is a standard reader that supports up to 8 lane-based antennas. The product, which is ideal automated toll
collection, features power supplies, redundant CPUs and serial interfaces. The product, available to support legacy
installations, is ideal for totally new installations. Basic Reader is suitable for use in CVO, traffic management, and
ETC applications.

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Fusion® Reader
Fusion® Reader is an exceptionally scaleable system that reads both TDMA and IAG transponders. The product
enables operators and system integrators to reduce the procurement and deployment costs for multiple single-protocol
readers, in addition to providing enhanced performance by removing data transmission anomalies coupled with
multiple close-proximity readers. In addition to supporting transponders with low battery warning subsystems and
encrypted public ID codes, the product supports up to four land-based IAG antennas and two TDMA antennas. The
product is ideal for mobile commerce, CVO, traffic management, and ETC applications.

mGate Reader
mGate Reader is an economical reader for mobile commerce, traffic management, and ETC applications. The product allows
low-speed applications utilizing ‘V6’ TDMA protocol or IAG. The product, which decreases labor expenditures and combine
to the bottom line, is ideal for use in Fee-based parking facilities, company yard access, and fast-food transactions.

Badger Reader
Badger Reader is a standard reader for electronic toll collection deployments. The product supports up to 4 high-speed
express lane-based antennas or 8 lane-based antennas. The tightly engineered synchronization product, which is ideal
for ORT and other highway speed applications, enables operators and system integrators to install several Badger
readers in close proximity. The product, which captures rapid transactions within high-volume functions, is
recommended for applications at toll sites in New Jersey, Virginia, Illinois, and Delaware. The product applications
include CVO, mobile commerce, and ETC applications.

LANE KITS

Overhead Lane Kit


Overhead Lane Kit is the real process of observing electronic toll collection lines. The kit comprises of an adaptor cable, an
FCC type approved RF module, and an antenna meant for installing directly over a line. The kit, ideal for use in highway
traffic monitoring, toll plaza applications, and ORT sites, also offers different antenna styles for various RF situations. The
Lane kit is specially designed for every transponder-enabled Intelligent Transportation system application.

VRC Lane Kit


VRC Lane Kit comprises a RF module and a wide area antenna. The product is ideal for use in CVO screening, wide area or
ORT collection applications. MARK IV VRC antennas are also used for side-fire antenna mounting for specific applications.

ACCESSORIES

Handheld Reader
Handheld Reader is a tool that validates transponders at extremely close range when a button on the reader is pushed.
The tool is ideal for use by agency staff to verify the IAG protocol transponders operation. The tool shows a green light
and corresponding sound, if the transponder is running generally. If the transponder is performing inappropriately, the
tool signals a red light. The tool is ideal for connecting to MARK IV software and a specific PALM Pilot device to
take the transponder information.

Tag Verifier
Tag verifier is a tag especially created for CSC (customer service center) environments. The product is organized for
constant unattended activities. The tag, similar to a bar code reader, enables CSC patrons and staff to verify a
transponder functions.

Portable Reader
Portable Reader is a reader that contains an integrated LCD readout and keypad. The reader, weighing below 22
pounds, facilitates administration of a tag easy in field and office locations. Once recharged, the reader could run for up
to 8 hours. The reader’s two antenna choices enable administrators to read tags in the field or on a desktop.

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Agency Tag Programmer
Agency Tag Programmer is specially created for transponder distribution center applications, in addition to batch
operations. Operated under the control of Windows PC, the physical unit contains CPU and test chambers. The
product, containing a DLL interface for back-office integration, enables administrators to read and encode
transponders. Under password-protected security, the device operates variable data fields such as toll class codes.

Field Cabinets
Field cabinets are general-purposed, robust unit with integrated locking mechanisms for employing economical CVO
and toll readers safely. Field cabinets, which conform to NEMA 4X standard, are specially devised to house 19” rack
mounted equipment.

RF Cables
RF cables are available in different RF cable models, including adaptor cables, feedline cables and many more.
Adaptor cables are used to attach the RF module SMA connector to an N-Type connector at the antenna feedline.

Spare Parts
Spare parts include circuit boards, upgrade kits, power supplies, and other items.

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NAVTEQ CORPORATION
222 Merchandise Marst, Suite 900, Chicago, Illinois 60654, USA
Phone: +1 312 894 7000, Fax: +1 312 894 7050
SOURCES: http://www.navteq.com and other secondary online sources
2006 Sales: US$ 581.6 million
2005 Sales: US$ 496.5 million
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
NAVTEQ Corp., (NAVTEQ) formerly Navigation Technologies, is a provider of real-time digital
route guidance map databases to commuters in North America and Europe. The company provides digital
map information for automotive navigation systems, mobile navigation devices, Internet-based mapping
applications, and government and business solutions. The company’s product line includes NAVTECH®
Data Advantage, Server-Based, and Media-Based Data Delivery. The company’s products and services
provide maps, driving directions, turn-by-turn route guidance, fleet management and tracking and
geographic information systems. The company’s products find applications in navigation, mapping and
geographic-related applications. The company’s products are used in various platforms-self-contained
hardware and software systems, which are installed in vehicles, personal computing devices, including
personal digital assistants and cell phones, server-based systems, including internet and wireless services,
and paper media. NAVTEQ’s high precision digital map database comprises of comprehensive
information on vehicle routes for over 42 countries worldwide and is extensively used in fleet
management systems, in-vehicle navigation systems, personal navigation solutions, web sites and online
services, kiosk-based directions, advanced traffic and traveler information solutions and Geographic
Information Systems (GIS). The database features such information as street names, turn restrictions, and
the locations of hospitals, gas stations, and tourist destinations. NAVTEQ’s database information includes
150 road attributes per road segment and more than 45 point of interest categories that specify various
hotels, airports, banks, shopping centers and restaurants. The company owns and maintains production
facilities in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, and support centers in Seoul (South Korea), Mexico City
(Mexico), and Yokohama (Japan). The company operates in Europe, the Middle East, and North
America. The company’s key competitors include Intergraph, Pitney Bowes MapInfo and Tele Atlas.
In 2007, NAVTEQ announced that Picture Map International (PMI) would operate under the
NAVTEQ name.
NAVTEQ was established in 1985.

SALES DATA
Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In US$ million)

Year Sales % Change


2006 581.6 17.14
2005 496.5 -

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(In US$ million)

Quarter 2006 2005 % Change


Q4 180.7 146.0 23.77
Q3 142.6 123.0 15.93
Q2 136.0 122.8 10.75
Q1 122.3 104.7 16.81
Total 581.6 496.5 17.14

Annual Sales Comparison by Geographic Region (2006 Vs. 2005) – EMEA,


Americas and Asia Pacific (In US$ million)

Region 2006 2005 % Change


EMEA 360.1 316.2 13.88
Americas 216.1 172.8 25.06
Asia Pacific 5.4 7.5 (28.0)
Total 581.6 496.5 17.14

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS

Year 2007 in Review…

Acquisition

NAVTEQ Acquires Traffic.com…


NAVTEQ acquired Traffic.com, Inc., a company involved in offering personalized traffic
information for drivers for a consideration of about US$177 million and common stock of
Traffic.com, which is subject to elections by certain option holders and stockholders of acquired
company.

Partnership

NAVTEQ Teams Up with deCarta…


NAVTEQ teamed up with deCarta, a location-based services (LBS) leader. As per the
agreement, deCarta would provide developers on the NAVTEQ Network for Developers™ site
with access to a comprehensive environment for rapid application development, tools, and
support needed to build the next generation of location-based applications. The NAVTEQ
Network for Developers site offers registered members easy access to a diverse assortment of
valuable data and tools.

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Agreement
NAVTEQ Enters into an Agreement with Associated Press…
Traffic.com, a part of NAVTEQ entered into a multi-year advertising representation agreement
with the broadcast division of The Associated Press (AP), the world’s largest newsgathering
organization. The agreement provides Traffic.com with AP ten second advertising inventory for
radio and television stations across the U.S. The AP Advertising Network features ten second
commercial messages available through Traffic.com. The addition of the AP radio station
inventory extends Traffic.com radio advertisers’ reach to 750 radio stations across the U.S. in 103
Designated Market Areas (DMAs) covering 94 percent of the U.S. population.
With the valuable addition of the AP Network, Traffic.com extends its ability to provide
advertisers with a unique, multi-platform location-based advertising offering.

NAVTEQ and Maptel Networks Signs an Agreement…


NAVTEQ and Maptel Networks (Maptel), a Telefónica subsidiary signed an agreement for the
Spanish Map Data Market. The agreement enables Maptel to consolidate its range of high-added-
value mapping products. The agreement also includes the joint marketing and development of
high-quality mapping solutions and services for the Spanish market.
Maptel is a leader in digital maps, online localization services and geographic information
solutions.

NAVTEQ Reaches an Agreement with VOLKSWAGEN Group…


NAVTEQ reached a new agreement with the VOLKSWAGEN Group to supply digital maps for
vehicles with a factory-fitted navigation system with map display for Tiguan, Touareg, Golf, Golf
plus, Jetta, Eos, Passat, and Caddy models.

Contract
NAVTEQ Enters into a Contract with Uniden America Corporation…
NAVTEQ entered into a contract with Uniden America Corporation for supply of digital maps.
The digital maps are used in Uniden’s personal navigation devices (PNDs). NAVTEQ will preload
these devices with maps of Canada and the US, and the contraption is equipped with unique user-
friendly features like voice-based instructions and rapid map processing. In addition, it’s a sleek
and compact device that enables portability. The device is also featured with a technologically
sophisticated LCD screen. Apart from Uniden, NAVTEQ will supply these PNDs to many other
institutions and departments, in both the US and Canada.

Product Launches
NAVTEQ Releases First Turkey Map…
NAVTEQ released its digital map coverage in Turkey. The Navteq® map of Turkey covers a
population of more than 13 million and includes over 1,000 administrative places such as cities.
NAVTEQ map of Turkey contains connector roads throughout the country, connecting the
country’s largest cities to each other and linking Turkey to Bulgaria and Greece.

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NAVTEQ Launches St. Louis 511 Traveler Information System…
Traffic.com, a part of NAVTEQ launched St. Louis 511 Traveler Information Service, a fully
automated, interactive real-time traffic phone system powered by Traffic.com. The new service
helps to improve roadway safety, shorten drive times, save gas money, and reduce the need for
Department of Transportation or taxpayer funding for 511 services. The St. Louis 511 Traveler
Information Service enables area travelers to simply dial 511 on their mobile phones for
immediate, real-time traffic information for major roadways around the metropolitan area.

NAVTEQ Unveils NAVTEQ Traffic Patterns™ Database…


NAVTEQ unveiled the NAVTEQ Traffic Patterns™, a database of typical traffic speeds on over
170,000 miles of primary and secondary roads across major US cities, including interconnecting
highways. NAVTEQ Traffic Patterns enables product developers and service providers a reliable,
easy-to-use data set for a variety of smart-routing applications. The new product provides useful,
accurate and typically attainable speeds for primary and secondary roads (function classes one
through three) in major cities across the U.S.

Product Line Expansion

NAVTEQ Expands Entry Maps…


NAVTEQ expanded the product line of Entry Maps by developing a global portfolio of digital
maps. The Entry maps enable the growing range of worldwide solutions supporting global
Geographic Information System (GIS), fleet, and location applications for wireless and Internet
uses. Entry Maps contains all the major highways and major cities for a given country.

Navteq Launches JAMCAST® Video Online…


Traffic.com, a part of Navteq launched JamCast® real-time traffic video at www.traffic.com for 30
metropolitan areas across the U.S. The JAMCAST® Video online consumer services provides
commuters with generated traffic news with fully automated audio and video of live traffic
conditions for roadways in and around the most congested traffic cities in the nation. JamCast
solutions are continuous, automatic, digitally managed services for the delivery of real-time traffic
news across Web, television, radio and wireless platforms. JamCast features patented Jam Factor®
roadway traffic measurements that enables, commuters to easily understand the relative congestion
level with a number on a scale from 1 to 10.

Year 2006 in Review…

Acquisitions

NAVTEQ Acquires Map Network…


NAVTEQ acquired The Map Network for a cash consideration of about $37.5 million. The
Map Network’s field of activity is almost similar to one of NAVTEQ, and now the latter
could fully utilize capabilities of the former, in reinforcing its own business and quality of
products.

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NAVTEQ Acquires gedas MapIT…
NAVTEQ acquired gedas MAPIT, Mexico’s leading digital map provider. The coverage of
NAVTEQ® digital map is enhanced through the acquisition, which also provides effective
domestic base for future growth. The acquisition facilitates gedas MapIT to supply geographic
product for customers in Mexico in reply to the customer’s demands for extensive coverage
including boundaries, street names, geometry and demographic data all over Mexico.
gedas MapIT is a business division of gedas Mexico, division of gedas AG, and a major IT services
provider. This acquisition enabled NAVTEQ to acquire strong customer base in the geospatial,
Online Monitoring/Fleet, LBS, online mapping areas, telecommunications. NAVTEQ also intends
to acquire a manufacturing unit and other technical facilities and business development groups in
Mexico and Leon cities.

Collaboration
NAVTEQ Enters into Collaboration with Autodesk…
NAVTEQ and Autodesk Inc., the world's leading software and services company for
manufacturing, media and entertainment, and wireless data services fields, entered into a strategic
co-marketing agreement to co-market geospatial solutions. The collaboration agreement enables
Autodesk geospatial and civil engineering customers to access Navteq® map data through
Autodesk’s geospatial solutions. In addition, NAVTEQ would provide MapGuide Open, a Web
mapping contest for developers designed to encourage the creation of new and innovative
geospatial solutions using the new MapGuide Open Source platform to Autodesk’s customers.

Agreements
NAVTEQ Enters into Licensing Agreement with LandSonar…
NAVTEQ and LandSonar entered into a licensing agreement, which enables NAVTEQ to gain
rights over LandSonar product - LandSonar Predictive Speed (LPS™), which predicts speed on
road network of the US. LPS provides enhanced benefits with respect to precise route plan and
journey time estimation. LandSonar is a US based company and is a leader in supply of predictive
traffic products, used for enhancing accuracy of navigational systems and other logistics.
NAVTEQ Enters into an Agreement with Verizon Wireless…
NAVTEQ entered into an agreement with Verizon Wireless to provide map data for Verizon
Wireless' Location Based Services (LBS) for consumers. Under the terms of the agreement,
NAVTEQ would VZ Navigator(TM), a tool for customers, providing access to a wide array of
LBS options, including mapping, audible turn-by-turn navigation and the ability to find over 14
million points of interest.
VZ Navigator is perfect for road warriors. The VZ Navigator provides current location or an
address in the US, locate places such as gas stations, restaurants, banks and other points-of-interest
relative to their location, plus hear turn-by-turn navigation with audible voice directions to an
address in the US.
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NAVTEQ and Advance Fiber Optics Enter into an Agreement…
NAVTEQ entered into an agreement with Advance Fiber Optics, leader in network management
solutions for communications and entertainment services industries. As per the agreement,
NAVTEQ would deliver quarterly updates of its map database to Advance Fiber Optics, for
integration and deployment with its network management solutions.

NAVTEQ Enters into an Agreement with Fine Digital USA…


NAVTEQ entered into an agreement with Fine Digital USA, a leading navigation solution
provider, to integrate NAVTEQ’s map data into Fine Digital USA’s new portable navigation
(PND) product, FineDrive 400. The FineDrive 400 is a portable GPS navigation system that
provides destinations with 2D/3D map views of the 48 contiguous United States and Canada. The
integrated navigation system Drive 400 would provide detailed street level map data and millions
of points of interest (POI’s), such as gas stations, hotels and restaurants

NAVTEQ Enters into an Agreement with Korem Inc…


NAVTEQ entered into an agreement with Korem Inc., a leader in the development and integration
of web-mapping solutions and geographic information systems. Under the terms of the agreement,
Navteq would provide Korem with quarterly map updates for integration and deployment with
Korem’s geospatial and location intelligence solutions for its extensive customer base in Canada
and the US.

NAVTEQ and Fodor’s Enter into an Agreement…


NAVTEQ and Fodor’s Travel, provider of global travel guides, entered into an agreement to make
Fodor’s travel guide information available to NAVTEQ customers licensing NAVTEQ digital map
data for countries in North America, Europe and Asia. Fodor’s content would enable users of
NAVTEQ digital map data to incorporate into their applications information about dining, lodging,
and nightlife, the arts, shopping and tourist attractions.

NAVTEQ Enters into an Agreement with Mapcom Systems…


NAVTEQ entered into an agreement with Mapcom Systems to integrate Navteq® Map Data into
M4® Solutions. As per the agreement, Navteq would integrate Mapcom Systems’ industry leading
Geographical Operations System (GOS) software with M4 Solutions. Mapcom Systems is a leader
in GOS solutions for the telecommunications industry, providing software and data conversion as
well as integration and workflow analysis services.

Contract
NAVTEQ Secures Contract from Primus Geographics…
NAVTEQ received a contract from Primus Geographics for supply of map data. The data of
NAVTEQ will be used to power both open source portfolio Explorer geocoder software and SRC’s
portfolio Guzzler drive time engine. This data successfully addresses limitations imposed by
previous maps. Prime Geographics could use the sophisticated data for taking decisions related to
locations of new branch offices, retail outlets and also various assets.

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Product Launch

NAVTAQ Unveils New System for Mobile Networks…


NAVTEQ unveiled its latest system, NAVTEQ Traffic Mobile™, which provides information
pertaining to average traffic speed, accidents and construction, and covers 67 major segments of
the US. The Traffic Mobile is supplied through mobile phone networks, and the software used in
this system is from Telmap, which ranks amongst leaders providing innovative solutions for mobile
mapping and navigation.

SUBSIDIARIES
Geoinformation NAVTEQ - Tecnologias de Navegacao, Unipessoal, Lda.
NAVTEQ North America, LLC
NAVTEQ International, LLC
NAVTEQ Kabushiki Kaisha
NAVTEQ Canada Inc.
NAVTEQ B.V.
NAVTEQ Austria GmbH
NAVTEQ N.V./S.A.
NAVTEQ Srl
Navigation Technologies S.L.
Navigation Technologies Sweden AB
NAVTEQ Switzerland GmbH
Navigation Technologies CIS LLC
NT Data CIS LLC
NAVTEQ SRO
NAVTEQ Europe B.V.
NAVTEQ Solutions Malaysia SDN. BHD.
NAVTEQ Solutions, S. De R.L. de C.V.
Picture Map International Co., Ltd.
NAV2 Co., Ltd.

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TRAFFIC.COM, INC.
851 Duportail Road, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087, USA
Phone: (610) 725-9700, Fax: 610-725-0530

SOURCES: www.traffic.com and other secondary online sources

2006 Sales: US$ 38.30 million (Nine Months Ended, September)


2005 Sales: US$ 43.30 million
2004 Sales: US$ 42.40 million
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Traffic.Com Inc., (TI) a subsidiary of Navteq, is a leading provider of personalized traffic information for drivers coast
to coast. The company offers consumers real-time customized traffic reports in 83 US markets. TI’s personalized
consumer reports include predictive traffic trends, vehicle speeds, congestion levels, travel times, and delay times. The
company delivers the information through web, wireless device, radio, television, and in-vehicle navigation systems.
TI also offers various services including TrafficOne, TrafficSync, TrafficPro City XML, TrafficMagnet, TrafficPro
RSS. The company provides its products and services to Broadcast Media, Government, In-vehicle Navigation,
Consumer, Advertising, and Web Content markets. TI’s business partners include AOL, Comcast, Garmin
International Inc., Microsoft, NAVTEQ, The Weather Channel®, and XM Satellite Radio.
In 2006, TI launched TrafficPro TrafficML Service, the industry’s first comprehensive traffic solution that combines
historical, and real-time data from a full complement of data sources to provide broad, accurate and quantified, current
and forecasted drive time coverage. The service is an advanced XML data feed that leverages the TI’s Traffic
Information Management System (TIMS) for data processing and multi-platform services dissemination.

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Q-FREE ASA
Thoning Owesens gt.35c, 7044 Leangen, Norway
Phone: +47 73826500

SOURCES: www.q-free.com and other secondary online sources


2007 Sales: NOK 199.8 million (H1)
2006 Sales: NOK 386.9 million
2005 Sales: NOK 509.2 million
(Fiscal Year Ends in December)

BUSINESS PROFILE
Q-Free ASA (Q-Free) is a leading producer of automatic toll collection systems and is a pioneer in
technological developments related to Road Transport and Traffic Telematics (RTTT). Q-Free
designs, develops, markets and supports hardware and software that ensure reliable handling of
payment and information transactions within the Road User Charging and Automatic Fee
Collection markets. Q-Free provides turnkey solutions for electronic and manual toll collection,
electronic ticketing and information systems for public transport and access control and logistic
systems. The company operates two major divisions such as Q-Free Access and Q-Free Ticketing.
Q-Free also offers a series of single products that makes complete systems for tolling, traffic
information, parking, ticketing, access control, railway, container management, and logistics
systems for production. Q-Free’s customers include transport system operator with business
models that depend on the successful processing of huge amounts of micro transactions. The
company operates in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China.
Q-Free was established in 1984 as Micro Design AS, and adopted the present name in 1998.

SALES DATA

Half Yearly Sales Comparison: 2007 Vs. 2006


(In NOK million)

Year Sales %Change


2007 199.8 (6.81)
2006 214.4 -

Annual Sales Comparison: 2006 Vs. 2005 (In NOK million)

Year Sales %Change


2006 386.9 (24.02)
2005 509.2 -

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and North America (In NOK million)

Region 2006 2005 %Change


Europe 303.1 386.3 (21.54)
Asia Pacific 63.9 69.6 (8.19)
Latin America 19.9 53.3 (62.66)
Total 386.9 509.2 (24.02)

Percentage Breakdown of Annual Sales (Value) by Geographic Region


(2006 Vs. 2005) – Europe, Asia Pacific and North America

Region 2006 2005


Europe 78 76
Asia Pacific 17 14
Latin America 5 10
Total 100 100

STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS


Year (2007) in Review…
Contracts
Q-Free Receives Order for On Board Units…
Q-Free received an order for On Board Units (OBU) from Via Verde, the largest operator of toll roads
in Portugal. The order value is approximately NOK 12.5 million and would be supplied in 2007.
Via Verde is a part of the Brisa Group.

Q-Free Receives Contract…


Q-Free received a contract to develop and implement a national system in its home country of
Norway. The contract includes full replacement of the central systems for electronic toll collection
in Norway (AutoPASS), which would be gathered in one national system.
Year 2006 in Review
Contracts
Q-Free Bags a Contract for Developing National System
Q-Free secured a contract for developing a national system in Norway, with respect to collection of
charges from road users. The implementation of the system would ease the stress experienced by
road users, apart from enhancing competency of road toll system.

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Q-Free Secures Contract for Deploying Toll System On Tamar Bridge…
Q-Free secured a contract for implementing its sophisticated toll system on Tamar Toll Bridge. As
per the contract, Q-Free would supply OBUs (On Board Units) to the UK’s market, for installation
on Tamar toll bridge, Plymouth.

Product Launch
Q-Free Launches New On-Board Units…
Q-Free launched new on-board units under the brand name, QBU. The new units are offered in
three versions -communicative, autonomous, and receptive. The communicative QBU includes
buttons, and displays, and offers versatile services. The unit would function as a parking metre
within the car. The autonomous QBU allows the communication between roadside infrastructure
and the car, and enables the users to make payments for road tolls, petrol or parking lot fees. The
version is developed to assist drivers while traveling through congestion charging areas and tolling
points. The receptive QBU offers exceptional services.

PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
Systems
Toll Collection Systems
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) ETC systems; Manual Toll Collection (MTC) MTC systems; and
Multilane ETC Systems.

Ticketing
Automatic Fare Collection Q-Free Systems; and Real Time Passenger Information Q-Free
Systems.

Access and Logistic


Q-Free Container Tracking system; Fuel Filling Access System; Textile Integration System;
Parking System and Personnel Access System.

Train Tracking System


Tunnel Access System; Vehicle Access System; Vehicle Dispatch System; and Conference
Information and Management System.

Toll Collection Products


On Board Units; Readers; and Manual Toll products.

Public Transport and Ticketing Products

Access and Logistic


On Board Units; Readers; Software and Network components

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Q-FREE TICKETING AS
Postboks 3974 Leangen, NO-7443 Trondheim, Norway
Phone: +47 73 82 65 00, Fax: +47 73 82 65 01

SOURCES: www.q-free.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Q-Free Ticketing AS (Q-Free Ticketing), a division of Q-Free ASA is a supplier of electronic toll collection systems
for road user charging (RUC) market. The company offers multi lane free flow systems, single lane electronic toll
collection systems, On Board Units (OBU), in-vehicle units, and management software to process the transactions. The
company focuses on intelligent transport system sector. The company provides a wide range of communications,
transaction technology and products to safeguard transport operators. The company operates in road user charging and
automatic fare collection market.
Q-Free Ticketing also offers toll plaza computer, roadside equipment, double laser detection system, multilane
controller, and others. The company’s products and technologies are used in environmental management programs.
The company’s products are marketed in Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia and China. The company
supplies automatic fare collection equipment to public transport operators in Norway to 1,800 public buses. The
company’s key customer includes transport system operator. Q-Free Ticketing is accredited with ISO 9001:2000
certification.

Q-FREE TOLLING AS
Postboks 3974 Leangen, NO-7443 Trondheim, Norway
Phone: +47 73 82 65 00, Fax: +47 73 82 65 01

SOURCES: www.qfree.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Q-Free Tolling AS (Q-Free Tolling), a part of Q-Free ASA, supplies electronic toll collection systems for road user
charging (RUC) market. The company provides all the major modules for handling charging in a multilane
environment. The company offers multilane radio communication module, multilane automatic vehicle detection and
classification modules, and others. Q-Free Tolling offers multi lane free flow systems, single lane electronic toll
collection systems, On Board Units (OBU), in-vehicle units, and management software to process the transactions.
The company’s radio communication system is a standardized interface for Ethernet connection (10-base) and
RS422/RS232. The radio communication system handles communication with the trans-ponder, single piece
Read/Write transponders, IC-card transponders, LDR communication and MDR communication. The company’s
vehicle detection and classification system is used to detect and classify the vehicle based on the received vehicle scans
from the laser. The company’s key customer includes transport system operator.

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SIEMENS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, INC.
7464 French Road, Sacramento, California 95828, USA
Phone: (916) 681-3000, Fax: 916) 681-3006

SOURCES: www.sts.siemens.com and other secondary online sources

BUSINESS PROFILE
Siemens Transportation Systems Inc., (STS), a subsidiary of Siemens AG, is a global leading
provider of transportation systems as well as technological and engineering know-how to the
transportation industry. The company is also a leading turnkey systems and engineering solutions
provider for the mass transit rail industry. The company offers complete design, development and
integration of equipment, signaling & communication systems, components and vehicles for the
rail industry. The company’s other offerings include Sicas S7 system, Operation Control Centers,
Centralized Traffic Control, Power Network Management, Communications Control Systems and
Security Control Systems. The company’s products and