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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronic Toll Collection Systems in US$ Million. The report analyzes the global market as well as the US, Europe and Rest of World regions. Further, the US market for Electronic Toll Collection Systems is analyzed by the following product segments - Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) Systems, Automatic Vehicle Classification (AVC) systems, and Video Enforcement Systems (VES). Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2000 through 2015. The report profiles 83 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Atlantia S.P.A, Caseta Technologies, Inc., Computer Recognition Systems Ltd., G.E.A., International Road Dynamics, Inc., Jai Pulnix, Inc., Kapsch Trafficcom AG, Mark IV Industries Inc., Omron Scientific Technologies, Inc., Peek Traffic Corporation, Perceptics LLC, Q-FREE ASA, SAIC, Inc., Siemens Electronic Tolling, Sirit, Inc., The Revenue Markets, Inc., Toll Collect GmbH, Transcore Holdings, Inc, and Transtoll. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.


I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS 

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 
Disclaimers I-2 
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 
Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) Systems I-3 
Automatic Vehicle Classification (AVC) Systems I-4 
Video Enforcement Systems (VES) I-4 


II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

1. Market Dynamics II-1 
Electronic Toll Collection Technologies - The Road Ahead II-1 
Road User Charging Market - A Perspective II-1 
Global ETC Industry - An Insight II-2 
Emerging ETC Technologies II-2 
Odometer Tolling II-2 
Mobile Phone Tolling II-2 
Satellite-based Tolling II-2 
Advantages II-3 
Disadvantages II-3 
Electronic Tolling Technology for Improved Traffic Management II-3 
Time-of-Day Pricing II-3 
Dynamic Pricing II-4 
Key Market Trends and Issues II-4 
Industry Witnesses Consolidation Activity II-4 
Select Mergers and Acquisitions in ETC Systems Segment: 
1999-2008 II-4 
Lower Operational Costs of ETC Systems Enable Increased 
Acceptance II-5 
ETC System' Ability to Enhance Traffic Flow Spurs Growth II-5 
Mounting Environmental Concerns Create New Avenues for ETC Use II-5 
Increased Payment Convenience for Users Propels ETC Market II-5 
Roaming Arrangements Boost Effectiveness of ETC System II-5 
Increasing Transponder Usage - The Need of the Hour II-6 
GPS/GSM-based Toll Collection - New Avenues in Road User 
Charging II-6 
High-speed Electronic Collection - Key Hurdles II-6 
Violation Enforcement Imperative to Leverage True Potential 
of ETC Systems II-6 
Measures for Enforcement II-7 
Image Capture of License Plates II-7 
Acquisition of Name and Address II-7 
Violator Payment II-7 
Legal Aspects of Toll Enforcement II-7 
Electronic Toll Collection - The Privacy Factor II-8 
Current and Future Analysis II-8 
Table 1: Global Electronic Toll Collection Market (2003, 2007 & 
2012): Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales by Geographic 
Region - USA, Europe, and Rest of World (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8 

2. Product Overview II-9 
Electronic Toll Collection - A Prelude II-9 
OBU Classification II-9 
Read-only Systems II-9 
Read/write Systems II-9 
ETC System - Major Components II-10 
Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) Systems II-10 
Communication from Readers to Centralized Computer System II-10 
AVI Technologies II-10 
RFID - The Basic Technology for AVI II-10 
Types of Tags II-10 
Active RFID Tags II-10 
Passive RFID Tags II-11 
The eGo(TM) System - TransCore's Leading RFID Product II-11 
eGo Tags II-11 
eGo Readers II-11 
Electronic Tags II-11 
RF Tags II-11 
Types of RF Tags II-12 
Read/write Tags II-12 
Read-only Tags II-12 
Partitioned Tags II-12 
RF Smart Tags II-12 
Smart Cards Incorporating RF Transponders II-12 
Roadside Antennas II-13 
Roadside Readers II-13 
Communication Systems II-13 
Inductive-Loop Systems II-13 
Optical Systems II-13 
Optical License Plate Recognition II-13 
Bar Coding II-14 
Surface Acoustical Wave II-14 
Automatic Identification of Vehicles by Plate Reading II-14 
License Plate Recognition (LPR) II-14 
Structure of the LPR System II-14 
Plate Region Extraction II-15 
Segmentation II-15 
Character Recognition II-15 
AVI Systems - Major Applications II-15 
Automatic Vehicle Classification (AVC) Systems II-15 
AVC Technologies II-16 
Treadles II-16 
Electromechanical Treadles II-16 
Piezoelectric Treadles II-16 
Optical Treadles II-16 
Resistive Rubber Treadles II-16 
Weigh-in-Motion Equipment/Devices II-16 
Bending Plates II-17 
Piezoelectric Sensors II-17 
Capacitive Strip II-17 
Inductive Loops II-17 
Scanning Devices II-17 
Laser Scanners II-17 
Infrared Scanners II-17 
Ultrasonic Scanners II-17 
Video-based Image Processing Devices II-17 
Light Beams II-18 
Light Curtains II-18 
Video Enforcement Systems (VES) II-18 
VES - Key Technologies II-18 
Image/Photographic Cameras II-18 
Video Image Processing Systems II-18 
Videotape Recording II-18 
Video Based Digital Imaging II-18 
Automatic Number Plate Recognition System II-19 
Vehicle Positioning Systems - An Advanced Technology for ETC II-19 
ETC - Implementation and Functional Challenges II-19 
Costs Associated with ETC Implementation and Operation II-20 
Cost to Tolling Agency II-20 
Cost to the Customer II-20 
Preliminary Sunk Costs II-20 
Key Benefits II-20 
Major Drawbacks II-21 
Travel Time Data Measurement - An Overview II-21 
Video Imaging II-21 
Cellular Phone Tracking II-21 
Electronic Distance-Measuring Instruments (DMI) II-22 
Electronic License Plate Matching II-22 
Toll Roads II-22 
History of Toll Roads II-23 
Varying Forms of Toll Operations II-23 
Toll Collection Process II-23 
Fixing of Toll Rate II-23 
Toll Collection II-23 
Violation Enforcement II-23 
Accounting and Management II-24 
Interoperability II-24 
Various Types of Interoperability II-24 
Transponder-level Interoperability II-24 
Peer-to-Peer Interoperability II-24 
Consolidated Operations II-24 
Toll Collection Methods II-24 
Manual Toll Collection II-24 
Automatic Toll Collection II-25 
Electronic Toll Collection II-25 
Advantages of Electronic Toll Collection at a Glance II-25 
Classification Based on Lanes II-26 
Single-Lane ETC Systems II-26 
Open Road Tolling/ Multi-Lane Free Flow ETC Systems II-26 
ORT - Key Operational Issues II-26 
Classification Based on Technology II-26 
Dedicated Short Range Communication based ETC Systems II-26 
GPS-based ETC Systems II-27 
Automatic Number Plate Recognition-based ETC Systems II-27 
A Comparison of DSRC and GPS based ETC Systems II-27 

3. Related Technologies II-29 
Intelligent Transportation Systems II-29 
Partners in Success - Key Enablers of Intelligent 
Transportation Systems II-29 
Intelligent Transportation Systems - Solution for Today's 
Traffic Congestion II-30 
Advanced Traffic Management Systems II-30 
Public Vehicle Transportation Management Systems II-31 
Commercial Vehicle Operations Systems II-31 
Electronic Vehicle Registration Systems II-32 
EVR Applications II-32 
Tachograph II-32 
Tachograph Tampering II-32 
Tachograph - German Regulations II-32 

4. Product Introductions/Innovations II-33 
Mark IV Introduces New Driver Feedback Transponder II-33 
TransCore Launches eZGo (TM) OBU II-33 
Slovenia to Introduce Vignette Toll System on Slovenian 
Expressways II-33 
Sirit Unveils New High-Frequency RFID Reader Module II-33 
Florida to Introduce New Tag Technology for all Toll Agencies II-34 
Sirit Launches IDentity 5100 II-34 
WSDOT Introduces Primary Electronic Toll System 'Good To Go!' II-34 
Sirit Unveils New High Frequency RFID Reader Module II-34 
Sirit Launches IDentity MaX RFID Reader II-35 
Mitsubishi Electric and Matsushita Electric to Commercialize 
Products II-35 
Q-Free Plans to Introduce Novel Range of OBUs II-35 
TRMI Develops E-ZPass ETC System II-35 
TransCore Unveils AutoExpreso ETC System II-36 
Mitsubishi Electric Develops ETC Technology II-36 
Electronics Corporation of India Introduces ETC System II-36 

5. Recent Industry Activity II-37 
PlatePass Deploys Interoperable Camera-based Toll Collection 
System in the US II-37 
Kapsch TrafficCom Gains Order for Eazy Pass Electronic Toll II-37 
Kapsch TrafficCom to Construct Toll Systems for Bangkok 
Motorways II-37 
Telvent Gains Contract for E-ZPass Toll Collection System II-37 
Q-Free ASA to Acquire Major Stake in Dacolian BV II-38 
TechnoCom Divests Mobility Solutions Business II-38 
IRD Secures Madhucon Highway Complex Contract II-38 
Sirit Enters into Strategic Supply Agreement with 3M Brazil II-39 
TransCore Deploys ORT in Florida II-39 
NHA and NADRA Collaborate to Install RFID Toll Collection 
System in Pakistan II-39 
Florida's Turnpike Enterprise Chooses TransCore's RFID 
Sticker Technology II-40 
Busi Impianti and Kapsch TrafficCom Form Joint Venture for 
Traffic Telematics II-40 
NXP Enters into Collaborative Agreement with Siemens II-40 
Kapsch TrafficCom Receives Contract for Road Side Equipment II-40 
Telvent Secures OHL Brasil Contract for Smart Toll System II-41 
Ohio Turnpike Awards Contract to TransCore II-41 
Kapsch Metro Joint Venture Commissions Largest Toll Plaza II-41 
Sun Capital Partners' Affiliate Acquires Mark IV Industries II-41 
Virginia Department of Transportation Finalizes Toll Lanes 
Building Agreement II-41 
Autos Trade International Acquires Stake in Electronic 
Transaction Consultants II-42 
Kapsch Establishes Joint Venture with Traffic Management 
Technologies II-42 
Kapsch TrafficCom Secures Transit New Zealand Order for ETC 
System II-42 
Kapsch TrafficCom Secures New Chilean Toll System Contract II-43 
TransCore Secures Toll System Extension Contract II-43 
Maharashtra Government Appoints Mastek to Develop ETC System II-43 
IPICO Enters into Distribution Agreement with CNATS II-43 
Federal Signal Corp Completes Acquisition of PIPS Technology II-44 
The SA National Roads Agency to Introduce e-Tagging Solutions II-44 
Q-Free Receives New Order from Via Verde II-44 
Toll Collect Offers New Siemens On-Board Unit for Truck Tolling II-44 
eTrip Services Plans Major Market Push to Exploit 
Interoperability II-44 
Imtech Acquires Peek Traffic Holdings II-45 
Telvent Acquires Caseta Technologies II-45 
ITR Concession Company to Enroll in E-ZPass Program II-45 
National Highways Authority Selects BCEOM for Consulting 
Services on ETC Standard II-45 
Kapsch TrafficCom Acquires DPS Automation II-46 
International Road Dynamics Signs Distribution Agreement with 
Xuzhou II-46 
Sirit Inks Pact with EFKON USA II-46 
Kapsch Signs Contract with Czech Republic' Ministry for 
Transport for Toll Project II-46 
Q-Free Inks Contract with Norwegian Public Road Administration II-47 
Sirit to Supply FasTrak Toll Tags/Reader Hardware to South 
Bay Expressway II-47 
The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority to Install ETC System II-47 
NHAI to Introduce ETC System for Online Tracking of Toll 
Collections II-47 
Caseta Establishes Test Site for Toll Equipment II-47 
Hertz Extends PlatePass(R) Electronic Toll Program II-47 
Affiliated Computer Services Buys Ascom's Transport Revenue 
Division II-48 
Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhone Join Hands with Kapsch and Brisa II-48 
International Road Dynamics Wins Three Contracts II-48 
International Road Dynamics Broadens Reach in India II-48 
Swift Installs PrePassPlus Transportation System II-49 
MOTC in Partnership Pact with Far Eastern Electronic Toll 
Collection Company II-49 
Kapsch TrafficCom and BRISA Ink Pact II-49 
ACS Receives Contract from New Hampshire Department of 
Transportation II-49 
Kapsch TrafficCom Wins Order to Supply ETC Equipment II-49 
JAI Group Purchases PULNiX America II-50 
Companhia Enters Joint Venture with Catel Construcoes and 
Primav Ecorodovias II-50 

6. Focus on Select Global Players II-51 
Atlantia S.P.A (Italy) II-51 
Caseta Technologies, Inc. (USA) II-51 
Computer Recognition Systems Ltd (UK) II-51 
G.E.A (France) II-52 
International Road Dynamics, Inc. (Canada) II-52 
Jai Pulnix, Inc. (USA) II-52 
Kapsch Trafficcom AG (Austria) II-52 
Mark IV Industries Inc (USA) II-53 
Omron Scientific Technologies, Inc. (USA) II-53 
Peek Traffic Corporation (USA) II-53 
Perceptics LLC (USA) II-54 
Q-FREE ASA (Norway) II-54 
SAIC, Inc. (USA) II-54 
Siemens Electronic Tolling (Austria) II-54 
Sirit, Inc. (Canada) II-55 
The Revenue Markets, Inc. (USA) II-55 
Toll Collect GmbH (Germany) II-55 
Transcore Holdings, Inc (USA) II-56 
Transtoll (Australia) II-56 

7. Global Market Perspective II-57 
Table 2: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for 
Electronic Toll Collection Systems (ETC) by Geographic Region - 
US, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently 
Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2000 
through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-57 

Table 3: World Long-term Projections for Electronic Toll 
Collection (ETC) Systems by Geographic Region - US, Europe, 
and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual 
Sales in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-58 

Table 4: World 10-Year Perspective for Electronic Toll 
Collection Systems (ETC) by Geographic Region - Percentage 
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Europe, and Rest of World 
Markets for the Years 2003, 2008, and 2012 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-59 


III. MARKET 

1. The United States III-1 
A.Market Analysis III-1 
Outlook III-1 
21st Century Tolling - A US Perspective III-1 
HOT Lanes III-2 
HOT Lanes Pricing III-2 
Frequency of Pricing Modifications III-2 
Corridor Segmentation III-2 
Implementation of HOT Lanes - Key Challenges III-2 
Express Toll Lanes III-3 
Electronic Toll Collection in the US - Varying Modes of 
Implementation III-3 
ETC Systems Bring Significant Efficiency in Traffic Management III-3 
Interoperability - A Key Issue III-3 
Major ETC Tag System Deployments in the US and 
Interoperability III-4 
History of Toll Roads in the United States III-4 
Limited Access Highways III-5 
Setting High Standards III-5 
Interstate Highway System III-5 
Toll Financing III-5 
Shunpiking III-5 
Electronic Tolling in the US - Development Over the Years III-6 
E-ZPass - A Key ETC System in Use III-6 
Working of E-ZPass System III-7 
Toll Collection in the US - Key Deployment and 
Implementation Statistics III-7 
Table 5: Number of Toll Collection Booths/Plazas by Select 
State and Metropolitan Area in the United States (2007) III-7 

Table 6: Number of Toll Collection Booths/Plazas with ETC 
Facility by Select State and Metropolitan Area in the 
United States (2007) III-8 

Table 7: Number of Toll Collection Lanes by Select State 
and Metropolitan Area in the United States (2007) III-9 

Table 8: Number of Toll Lanes with ETC Facility by Select 
State and Metropolitan Area in the United States (2007) III-10 

Table 9: Number of Toll Agencies using Congestion Pricing 
by Select State and Metropolitan Area in the United States 
(2007) III-10 
Product Introductions III-11 
Strategic Corporate Developments III-12 
Select Players III-17 
B.Market Analytics III-20 
Table 10: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for 
Electronic Toll Collection Systems (ETC) by Product Segment - 
Automatic Vehicle Identification, Automatic Vehicle 
Classification, and Video Enforcement System Markets 
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for 
the Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) III-20 

Table 11: US Long-term Projections for Electronic Toll 
Collection (ETC) Systems by Product Segment - Automatic 
Vehicle Identification, Automatic Vehicle Classification, 
and Video Enforcement System Markets Independently Analyzed 
with Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-20 

Table 12: US 10-Year Perspective for Electronic Toll 
Collection Systems (ETC) by Product Segment - Percentage 
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Automatic Vehicle 
Identification, Automatic Vehicle Classification, and Video 
Enforcement System Markets for 2003, 2008, and 2012 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21 

2. Europe III-22 
A.Market Analysis III-22 
Outlook III-22 
Market Overview III-22 
Major ETC System Deployments by Select Countries in Europe III-23 
Tolling - A Key Source of Additional Finances for Governments III-23 
Electronic Toll Collection in Europe - Future Direction III-23 
Interoperability Directives III-24 
2004/52/EC Directive III-24 
2006/38/EC Directive III-24 
Truck Tolling in Europe - A Recent Past Perspective III-24 
Key Trends and Issues III-24 
Telematics-based RUC Systems Draw Attention III-24 
Governments' Concern on Rising Pollution Spurs Use of RUC 
Systems III-25 
Mandatory Use of ETC in Select Countries Boosts Sales III-25 
OBU Market to Expand Considerably III-25 
Road User Charging All Set to Gain Momentum in Eastern Europe III-25 
Standardizing RUC Systems in Eastern Europe - Tough 
Challenges Ahead III-25 
Major Hurdles Facing ETC Systems Growth III-26 
Focus on Select European Markets III-26 
Austria III-26 
Czech Republic III-27 
France III-27 
Germany III-27 
GPS Tolling System III-27 
Using the Toll System III-28 
Making Payments III-28 
System Enforcement III-28 
Security and Data Protection III-28 
Laws on Route-based Toll Collection in Germany III-28 
Italy III-29 
Norway III-29 
Portugal III-29 
United Kingdom III-29 
Electronic Toll Collection - Major Installations III-29 
London Congestion Charge Scheme III-30 
Main Objectives of the Scheme III-30 
History of Toll Roads in the UK III-30 
Turnpike Roads and Formation of Turnpike Trusts III-31 
Improvement in Road Quality III-31 
Decline of Turnpike Trusts III-31 
Regulations and Standards III-31 
European Commission Mulls Single ETC System Across Europe III-31 
ETC Systems in Use Across Europe III-32 
European Directive for Interoperability 2004 III-32 
Key Challenges III-32 
Standard for Interoperability Among Different Electronic 
Fee Collection (EFC) Systems III-32 
Product Introductions III-33 
Strategic Corporate Developments III-33 
Select Players III-37 
B.Market Analytics III-40 
Table 13: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis 
for Electronic Toll Collection Systems (ETC) with Annual 
Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 through 2010 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40 

Table 14: European Long-term Projections for Electronic Toll 
Collection (ETC) Systems with Annual Sales in US$ Million 
for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding 
Graph/Chart) III-40 

3. Rest of World III-41 
A.Market Analysis III-41 
Outlook III-41 
Asia-Pacific ETC Deployments - A Review III-41 
Major ETC System Deployments by Select Country in Asia- 
Pacific III-41 
Select Markets - A Review III-42 
Canada III-42 
Toll Roads - A Perspective III-42 
Toronto 407ETR - A Major ETC Equipped Toll Road III-42 
Japan III-42 
ITS in Japan - A Perspective III-42 
ETC - An Overview III-42 
ETC System Development III-43 
Electronic Toll Collection for Motorcycles III-43 
Working Mechanism of Motorcycle ETC System III-43 
Significant Promotional Incentives to Boost Motorcycle 
ETC Usage III-43 
ETC Equipment- An Insight III-44 
Penetration III-44 
Issues III-44 
Discounts and Subsidies Fuel Adoption of Transponders III-44 
ETC Cards- A Glitch or a Facilitator III-45 
Single National System III-45 
Australia III-45 
China III-46 
Hong Kong III-46 
India III-46 
Electronic Toll Collection in India III-46 
Indonesia III-47 
Malaysia III-47 
Singapore III-47 
Taiwan III-47 
Brazil III-48 
Major ETC System Deployments by Select Region/City in Brazil III-48 
Mexico III-48 
South Africa III-48 
Product Introduction III-48 
Strategic Developments III-50 
Select Players III-55 
B.Market Analytics III-56 
Table 15: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future 
Analysis for Electronic Toll Collection Systems with Annual 
Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2000 through 2010 
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56 

Table 16: Rest of World Long-term Projections for Electronic 
Toll Collection (ETC) Systems with Annual Sales in US$ 
Million for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes 
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57 


IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

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