The transportation industry is undergoing a significant transformation, driven by the need for more efficient and sustainable mobility solutions.
Private and public 5G networks have the potential to play a significant role in this transformation, enabling transportation stakeholders to leverage the benefits of ultra-fast speeds, low latency, and massive device connectivity to create new use cases and revenue streams.
5G networks can enable applications such as connected vehicles, intelligent transportation systems, and smart traffic management. However, deploying private and public 5G networks in smart transportation also presents several challenges, from network design to selecting the right network solutions and navigating complex regulatory environments.
This research report on private/public 5G networks for smart transportation aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of these challenges and opportunities, examining the key technologies and standards driving the digital transformation of the transportation industry, exploring the specific use cases for 5G private and public networks in smart transportation, and providing insights and recommendations for deploying and managing these networks effectively.
The report also examines the roles and responsibilities of the key ecosystem players involved in private/public 5G networks for smart transportation, including operators, equipment vendors, application developers, and other stakeholders.
Finally, the report provides global and regional insights into the ongoing 5G deployments in the transportation sector – across airports, ports, roadways, and railways.
Ultimately, this report aims to provide a roadmap for transportation stakeholders looking to leverage the benefits of private/public 5G networks in smart transportation while navigating the challenges and complexities of this rapidly evolving ecosystem.
Key questions answered in this report:
Below are some key questions covered in this research report on public/private networks for smart transportation:
- What are the key use cases for private/public 5G networks in smart transportation for airports, ports, roads, and railways?
- What are the benefits of deploying private/public 5G networks for smart transportation?
- What challenges are associated with deploying private/public 5G networks in smart transportation for airports, ports, roads, and railways?
- What are the key technologies and standards driving the digital transformation of the transportation industry?
- How do private 5G networks compare to other connectivity solutions in smart transportation for airports, ports, roads, and railways, such as Wi-Fi, wired, and public 5G networks?
- What are the key factors to consider when designing and deploying private/public 5G networks in smart transportation for airports, ports, roads, and railways?
- What are the key ecosystem players’ roles and responsibilities in private/public 5G networks for smart transportation, including operators, equipment vendors, application developers, and other stakeholders?
- What are the future trends and opportunities for private/public 5G networks in smart transportation for airports, ports, roads, and railways?
- Network Operators
- Technology Vendors
- Roadway authorities
- Neutral Hosts
- System Integrators
Sample Companies Covered:
Below are sample companies covered in the report. In addition, we cover the emerging startups (not listed below) enabling Smart transportation in the report.
AEye, Airbiquity, AT&T, Audi, BMW, China Mobile, City of Turin, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Ford Motors, Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, HERE Technologies, Huwaei, MobileEye, Nokia, Orange, Port of Antwerp, Port of Livorno, Qualcomm, SK Telecom, Smart Road Corridor Virginia, Stellantis, T-Mobile, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Velodyne, Veoneer, Verizon, Volvo Cars, Waymo
Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania, Middle-East, and Africa.
Table of Content:
I. Executive Summary
- A brief overview of the report’s main findings and recommendations
- Background on smart transportation in airports, seaports, roadways, and railways
- Overview of the report’s scope and objectives
- Key questions to be addressed
III. Transportation sector’s pain points and business drivers
- Key challenges facing the transportation industry
- Drivers for digital transformation in smart transportation
- Role of 5G networks in addressing transportation challenges
IV. Technologies Enabling Digital Transformation for the Transportation Sector
- Overview of key technologies enabling digital transformation
- Role of 5G networks in enabling digital transformation
- Use cases for 5G networks in transportation – airports, seaports, roadways, and railways
V. Significance of 5G for the Smart transportation sector
- Benefits of 5G for smart transportation
- Challenges to 5G adoption in the transportation sector
VI. Sample Transporation Use Cases Leveraging 5G Network
- Connected and autonomous vehicles
- Intelligent transportation systems
- Smart traffic management
- Asset tracking and monitoring
- Passenger information and entertainment
VII. Use Case Description
- Overview of each use case
- Details on the technology enabling each use case
- Benefits and challenges associated with each use case
VIII. Ecosystem Players
- Key ecosystem players involved in the development and deployment of 5G networks in transportation
- Roles and responsibilities of each ecosystem player
- Collaboration among ecosystem players
IX. Global and regional insights
- Global and regional insights on 5G and smart transportation use cases
X. Conclusion and recommendations
- Summary of key findings
- Recommendations for transportation stakeholders looking to deploy public/private 5G networks in smart transportation
- List of sources cited in the report
- Format: PDF File
- Pages: 70 pages
- Author: Hema Kadia
- Last Updated: Nov 2022