The global Passenger Information System Market size is grow from USD 23.9 billion in 2020 to USD 42.6 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 12.2% during the forecast period.
Major Key Players in the market including Televic Group, Sunwin Intelligent, Thales Group, SAIRA Electronics, Toshiba, Toyo Denki, AMiT, Atos SE, Teleste Corporation, Indra and Neusoft.
SDLC is a model by which software solutions are built using security best practices. Microsoft introduced it in all its processes, and it has been a staple for software security ever since. In each development phase SDLC provides a list of practices to follow to assure that the security standards of the development are high-end, flexible and future-proof. Developing railway systems through the SDLC model ensures that every Televic Rail system is secure and future-proof to potential security threats, whether it be equipment on-board the train or wayside infrastructure. Even more, a service level agreement guarantees that these systems are always up-to-date and adaptive to future security threats. It transforms our delivery-based service into a partnership with continuous support.
Thales Group Invented In Oct 2020 for travelers The Zamora-Pedralba section that begins to circulate today uses Thales technology in its 110 kilometers. This section enters commercial service with Thales' ERTMS Level 2 system from Madrid Chamartín. Using the Madrid-Galicia line will experience a reduction in travel times, when the Zamora-Pedralba high-speed section opens, corresponding to the Madrid-Galicia High Speed Corridor. In addition, with the completion of this section it is possible to use the Pedralba de la Pradería interchange to get to Orense. With this commissioning, the travel time to all the Galician capitals is reduced to 1h 26 minutes between Madrid and Pontevedra, 1h 2 minutes to Lugo, 41 minutes to Santiago de Compostela, 39 minutes to Ourense, 31 minutes to Vigo and 24 minutes to A Coruña.
Jan 2020-SBB and onboard infotainment provider GoMedia are now providing a new passenger information services (PIS) and entertainment system enabling passengers to use the onboard entertainment platform to access up-to-date journey information such as the live train times, next station, live mapping and train speed. As well as PIS, passengers travelling with SBB can enjoy a range of films, TV shows, games and magazines through the GoMedia platform, reflective of Switzerland’s multiple spoken languages and cultural diversity. GoMedia and SBB have also created a ‘Kids Corner’, featuring universal favourites ‘Shaun the Sheep’, ‘Ben and Holly’ and ‘Peppa Pig’ to keep little ones entertained for the duration of their journey. For adults, there is a selection of daily newspapers as well as local and international news channels.
Segmentation of the market has depends on Based on component it has been Hardware, Software and services. Based on type it has been Information Display System, Announcement System, Infotainment System, Passenger Information Mobile Solutions and Others. By region it has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-pacific and Row. North America accounted for a market share of over 30.0% in 2019 owing to a greater focus on development in transportation infrastructure along with high investments in intelligent transportation systems made by private and public sector companies.