Global Over Height Vehicle Detection System Market 2022-2027

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    GLOBAL OVER HEIGHT VEHICLE DETECTION SYSTEM MARKET

     

    INTRODUCTION 

    Protecting high-value infrastructure like bridges and tunnels from being damaged by over-height automobiles saves so much time, revenue, and a slew of other unintended consequences that affect businesses, security, and society at large.

     

    The Over height Vehicle Detection System helps drivers avoid colliding with overhanging constructions. Over height, vehicles approaching impediments such as railroads, tubes, and some other above objects are detected by the system, and drivers are individually warned.

     

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    GLOBAL OVER HEIGHT VEHICLE DETECTION SYSTEM MARKET DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS

     

    S No  Overview of Development  Development Detailing  Region of Development  Possible Future Outcomes 
    VPS’s New Over-Height Vehi­cle Detec­tion Sys­tem Prevents Low-Bridge Strikes  A lorry impact on a rail­way bridge halted all trains, bringing low bridge advance warning detection methods into sharp focus.  Global  This would enhance better Technological Controls 
    Introduction of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Based Over height Vehicle Warning System for Bridges  This study aims to develop a low-cost artificial intelligence (AI)-based over height vehicle warning system for bridges using cutting-edge camera technology, augmented reality, and an AI-based height detection technique.  Global  This would enhance better Technological Controls 
    Computer vision system helps to prevent tall trucks from hitting bridges  Ioannis Brilakis, a CSIC Co-Investigator and Reader at the University of Cambridge’s Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Information Technology (CIT) Laboratory, is collaborating with Tube Network on a program that employs computer vision technology to assist prevent bridge accidents.  Global  This would enhance better Technological Controls 
    NJDOT activates Over height Vehicle Detection Systems at three locations  The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has activated three Over height Vehicle Detection Systems (OVDS), which identify vehicles that are too long to fit beneath a barrier.  Global  This would enhance better Technological Controls 
    Jack Lynch Tunnel operators warn motorists to expect more over-height vehicle alerts  A traffic jam was created by an over-height vehicle alarm during rush hour on 26 April 2022, but more might be on the way thanks to a new detecting technology.  Global  This would enhance better Technological Controls 

     

     

    COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 

    The car’s height is monitored by an over height detection system, which alerts drivers or Pavement Management Organizations if the automobile exceeds the threshold elevation for an impending overhead structure.

     

    This approach is more dependable and efficient due to its precision and cheaper cost when compared to current detectors such as laser radars, as well as its ability to provide additional information such as speed and height measurement.

     

    The KLT algorithm is used to pick and monitor the characteristics in this approach. Comark Inc. is a prominent developer of the latest integrated technologies focusing on better smarter sensing focused on the spectrum of tire overhead detection for the future.

     

    The RAM20 was created to identify moving items that crossed the height restriction. RAM20 may also determine the object’s proximity first from sensors and so provide knowledge about just the lanes wherein the thing traveled (even in roadside installation).

     

    This approach is generally erected to protect roadways near a bridge, tunnels, or other construction. To prevent moisture condensation on the optical lens, the imaging system features an underfloor heating mechanism.

     

    Swarco provides technical breakthroughs that allow overhead detection-oriented products wherein the system should display a TSRGD-compliant permanent statement on an LED display, instructing the driver to Turn Back, Divert Right or Left, or a custom design.

     

    The safe height image is frequently used on signs to highlight the hazard to drivers of all languages.

     

    The platform’s live data, along with all installations and status, is observed and measured to guarantee that safety important indications are always in good working order. SWARCO’s Zephyr allows remote access to all of these systems. 

     

    COMPANIES PROFILED

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    Topic

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    Market Segmentation

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    Scope of the report

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    Abbreviations

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    Research Methodology

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    Executive Summary

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    Introduction

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    Insights from Industry stakeholders

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    Cost breakdown of Product by sub-components and average profit margin

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    Disruptive innovation in the Industry

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    Technology trends in the Industry

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    Consumer trends in the industry

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    Recent Production Milestones

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    Component Manufacturing in US, EU and China

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    COVID-19 impact on overall market

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    COVID-19 impact on Production of components

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    COVID-19 impact on Point of sale

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    Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Geography, 2022-2027

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    Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Product Type, 2022-2027

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    Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by Application, 2022-2027

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    Market Segmentation, Dynamics and Forecast by End use, 2022-2027

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    Product installation rate by OEM, 2022

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    Incline/Decline in Average B-2-B selling price in past 5 years

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    Competition from substitute products

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    Gross margin and average profitability of suppliers

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    New product development in past 12 months

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    M&A in past 12 months

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    Growth strategy of leading players

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    Market share of vendors, 2022

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    Company Profiles

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    Unmet needs and opportunity for new suppliers

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    Conclusion

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    Appendix

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