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Global Smart Parking System Market Is Estimated To Account For US$ 385.0 Mn In Terms Of Value By The End Of 2027

January 14, 2021

Global Smart Parking System Market Is Estimated To Account For US$ 385.0 Mn In Terms Of Value By The End Of 2027




The Global Smart Parking Systems Marketis expected to be valued at US$ 385.0 million by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 17.5% during the forecast period (2020-2027), as highlighted in a report published by Coherent Market Insights.



Rising need for scalability, space efficiency, and flexibility is expected to boost the global smart parking systems market growth over the forecast period

There is a high demand for sustainable transportation policy. The primary objective of sustainable development is to increase welfare in the present while ensuring good economic, social, and environmental conditions for future generations. Currently, there is a requirement for better land-use planning and housing development, in order to reduce the generation of traffic. In many places, failure to integrate land use planning sufficiently with transport policy has been the cause of traffic congestion, which is difficult to manage. They can be easily relocated and deployed in small land spaces, owing to the small footprint of smart parking systems. This allows for better planning and for optimum utilization of land space. Smart parking is highly scalable and can be deployed whenever needed. Therefore, these factors are expected to propel the global smart parking systems market growth over the forecast period.


Market Opportunity

Growing focus on improving customer service can present lucrative growth opportunities

Key companies in the market are focused on improving customer service. Better customer service leads to a longer operational cycle of smart parking systems at lower costs. Moreover, duringrecent years, the number of electric vehicles has been increasing which is also aiding the demand for electric vehicle charging stations. Further, some companies are focusing on installing solar electric vehicle charging stations at parking spaces. For instance, in September 2014, Lumos Solar launched its SmartPark solar electric vehicle charging station, in order to tap the growing electric vehicle charging solutions market using clean technology.


Market Restraint

Non-availability of supporting infrastructure is expected to hamper the global smart parking systems market growth over the forecast period

A smart parking system requires supporting infrastructure for proper functioning. This infrastructure includes robust building, adequate space, and advanced technology. Moreover, such infrastructure requires significant investment, which is not affordable forevery government authority. Hence, these factors are expected to hamper theglobal smart parking systems market growth over the forecast period.


Market Trends

North America Trends

Large smart parking projects in major cities such as San Francisco, New York City, and Los Angeles, as well as small projects in the rest of the region, have made North America a major market for smart parking systems. For example, San Francisco’s SFpark program has provided many benefits to the city and drivers both. Drivers can find parking spots up to five minutes faster on SFpark blocks than on those equipped with the oldmechanized parking systems, which has significantly reduced the distances traveled by various vehicles and increased sales tax revenues. For instance, in March 2014, Streetline, Inc. announced a project with Stationnement de Montreal, which manages the parking for the city of Montreal in Québec, Canada. The major goal of this project is to improve the parking experience by increasing parking availability for motorists.


Europe Trends

Europe has some of the oldest cities in the world, are full of narrow roads. With reserved land resources, large populations, and old infrastructure, cities in Europe are ideal environments for the implementation of smart parking in their existing infrastructures. Instead of building any new structures, which can be expensive, many cities across Europe are adopting the smart parking solutions of various vendors. For instance, in March 2014, Manchester City Council, NSL Services Group, and Streetline, Inc. launched a complete integrated parking solution that wouldenable drivers to find parking space using Streetline’s smartphone application, Parker, while businesses guide their customers in finding parking through Streetline’s website, ParkerMap. In 2012, Siemens AG and Streetline, Inc. launched a smart parking project in Braunschweig, Germany. This advanced parking solution checks parking space availability provides real-time parking information through the Parker app and helps city officials manage parking throughout the city.


Global Smart Parking Systems Market – Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, many industries witnessed significant shift in their business. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected smart parking system market. This is due to lockdownimposed by several countries to stop the spread of coronavirus. Many companies worldwide have closed their premises and all the workforce are working fromhome and this have impacted smart parking system in a huge manner. As parking system is not getting used and data is not transmitted over IoT system and due to this there is no new enhancement in the parking system. As payment gateway are also integrated with smart parking system and this have also impacted the payment gateway business. This will severely impacted the growth of smart parking system market.


Competitive Section

Major companies involved in the global smart parking systems market are Streetline, Inc., Worldsensing, Smart Parking Limited, Swarco AG, Amano McGann, Skidata AG, Nedap N.V., ParkMe, Inc., Cisco System, Inc., Parkmobile LLC, and Urbiotica.


Key Developments

Major companies are focused on partnerships and collaborations, in order to expand the market presence. For instance, in June 2020, Parkmobile LLC partnered with City Birmingham, Alabama to allow residents to pay for parking through their mobile devices.