Train Detection System: Introduction
Train detection systems usually possess an easy installation process and low-maintenance which reduces cost of operation and increases safety and security of the passengers aboard the train. Train detection systems are mainly used for vehicle detection at specific portions/sections of the track. Certain train detection sensors such as the wheel detection system, when the train wheel is above the detector, the inductance has a change in its magnitude, caused due to the variations of magnetic permeability and magnetic flux density in its surroundings.
Some train detection system sensors are also used to sense direction, and or the speed of the axles or wagons. The usage of train detection systems ensures efficient train operation and the proper functioning of trackside equipment, dark territory, yard applications and grade crossings. Almost all types of trains such as high speed, mass transit, mainline, and freight train benefit from reliable train detection system.
Train Detection System: Market Drivers and Challenges
With increasing rate of urbanization and greater degree of incorporation related to public transport infrastructure development by the respective urban development authorities, transit rail and metro trains have emerged as a sound viable option. The upcoming construction projects on metro train routes in developed as well as developing regional markets is expected to drive the growth of train detection system to a profound extent. Another factor which is expected to aid the train detection system market growth is replacement of manual and analog based traffic monitoring and control systems by digitalization of the same ensuring greater efficiency.
The major trend being observed in the competition space of Train Detection Systems is that OEMs are developing and integrating remote detection systems which not only for securing passage but also emissions, and maintenance of various other parts with a wide variety of control system prototypes. Strong vendor relationship management backed with efficient project bidding and technical marketing have been the key differentiators for the market participants to sustain their business operations in train detection systems market. On the hindsight, the considerable capital expenditures and operation costs of railway systems in certain geographic regions where alternative and more economic modes of transportation may hamper the desired growth and footprint consolidation of train detection systems market.
Impact of COVID-19 on Train Detection System market
Covid-19 pandemic is understood to have affected the transportation sector in the initial quarters of the current year. However, with resumption of construction project executions including railway infrastructure domain, the train detection systems market is expected to be benefited in the forthcoming years with continued investment plans in infrastructure development. Moreover, the additional demand from announced projects in the next fiscal is anticipated to cause a rebound in sales and growth of train detection systems to a sound extent.
Train Detection System: Market Segmentation
On the basis of train type, the global Train Detection System market can be segmented into the following:
On the basis of component, the global Train Detection System market can be segmented into the following:
On the basis of connectivity, the global Train Detection System market can be segmented into the following:
On the basis of Control Type, the global Train Detection System market can be segmented into the following:
Train Detection System: Regional Market Outlook
The railway industry has developed over the recent decades and this is projected to continue through the forecast period fueling to the growth of train detection system market. In the emerging economies referring to increase in industrialization the railway network developments are also increased and hence expected to generate high demand for railway track fittings in the forthcoming period. Growth in population has compelled governments and companies to develop railway infrastructure and rail vehicles in countries such as Europe and East Asia. In terms of market share Western Europe and Japan are expected to dominate the train detection system market. Furthermore, the introduction of new projects in these regions is expected to surge the growth in railway track fittings market in coming years. Asia pacific region is projected to witness significant growth in the railway track fittings market, referring to the presence of emerging economies such as China, India and South Korea. Middle East & Africa is estimated to account for relatively smaller share in the global train detection system market.
Train Detection System: Key Market Players
Major market participants in the global Train Detection System market identified across the value chain include:
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