The recent developments in the transportation systems across developed and developing economies alike are creating a huge demand for automated fare collection. This applies especially to a majority of Europe and Asia Pacific countries, where the development of smart transport systems is helping create a greater application scope for automated fare collection vendors. At the same time, the integration of stable automated fare collection systems can impart significant improvements in the transportation networks that already exist.
Another driver that automated fare collection companies can look for is the growth of the car rental business across the globe, coupled with the growing demand for e-payment solutions. App-based car rental and public transport is expected to be upcoming key trend in the market.
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There are, however, complications in installing automated fare collection systems, such as the high installation cost and integration issues. These problems can be solved through improving technologies and the growth of healthy vendor competition.
These factors are collectively expected to put the automated fare collection at a revenue of US$10.87 bn by the end of 2021. This market is expected to progress at a CAGR of 11.4% from 2015 to 2021 by revenue.