Strategic Analysis of Communications-Based Train Control Systems in the Western European Urban Rail Market

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The study provides a strategic analysis of the Communications-Based Train Control Systems in the Western European Urban Rail Market, primarily covering Semi Automatic Train Operation (STO), Driverless Train Operation (DTO) and Unattended Train Operation (UTO) enabled by radio-based CBTC. The business environment of the Western European rail market and its dynamics has been discussed in great detail. The study provides drivers and restraints, market share analysis, competitor analysis, strategic market sizing forecasts for urban rail networks. Revenue growth opportunities in the communications-based train control industry and revenue forecasts of the European CBTC stock market has been provided by segment and region from 2011 to 2021.

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Strategic Analysis of Communications-Based Train Control Systems in the Western European Urban Rail Market, Strategic Analysis of Communications-Based Train Control Systems in the Western European Urban Rail MarketIntroductionResearch Title, Research Team and TOCExecutive Summary Executive SummaryResearch ScopeResearch Scope, Objectives, Methodology and BackgroundDefinitions and SegmentationDefinitions and SegmentationOverview Of Urban Rail SignallingUrban Rail SignallingOvercoming ChallengesOvercoming Challenges in Implementing CBTCCost Breakdown Cost Breakdown of Urban Rail Signalling SystemsGrades of AutomationGrades of AutomationCommunications Based Train Control Defined by the IEEE 1474 StandardPlatform and Track Protection SystemsPTP SystemsMega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications Mega Trends Total MarketExternal Challenges, Forecasts, Market ShareCase StudiesCase StudiesCompetitor ProfilesProfilesConclusionsConclusionsAppendixList of Additional Slides




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