Globally, the ITS market is expected to reach $47.5 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of over 13% from 2015 to 2022. The advancement in the sector of ITS, due to the growth of the ICT infrastructure in India and the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) has increased usage of applications such as automatic traveler information system (ATIS), data collection, navigation systems, road sensors, incident detection systems, speed enforcement, electronic toll collection systems, RFID, advanced vehicle management systems, telematic toll collection, automatic parking apps and vehicle tracking systems etc.
All this and more have been getting reflected upon the YoY increase in the participation by both the Indian & International ITS companies.

  • Traffic Information and Control Systems
  • HTMS
  • Passenger Information System
  • Infotainment
  • Warning Systems
  • Traffic Signals
  • Traffic Signal Controllers
  • Radar detection
  • Automatic Vehicle Classification
  • Traffic data collection systems
  • Number plate recognition
  • Photo-optical instruments
  • Traffic Cameras for law enforcements
  • Tunnel Monitoring
  • Vehicle Tracking, Tracing and monitoring systems
  • Video traffic surveillance and monitoring equipment
  • Waiting time indicators
  • Data analysis
  • Toll automation / RFID
  • Pavement material / technology
  • Toll Plazas
  • Vehicle weighing systems
  • Wheel axle pressure gauges
  • Pavement technology
  • Bicycle bay


The growth of Indian cities & high-speed vehicles and the demand for urban -rural connectivity have put pressure on the authorities to implement and enforce road safety measures. These include awareness creation and installation of high- tech safety & security solutions like CCTV cameras, red light violation detection, speed regulators, alcohol detectors, road barriers, signage, lightings, interceptors, vehicle safety measures, ANPR, etc. India is looking for global technology in road safety and in vehicle safety and security.
With the ‘Safe Cities’ concept, the demand for electronic security systems is on the rise.

  • Surveillance Systems
  • Guardrails and barriers
  • Lane Indicators
  • Emergency Vehicle equipment
  • Emergency Roadside Equipment
  • Reflective Signages
  • Alcohol Analyser
  • Traffic Lights
  • Crash barriers / Noise Barriers
  • Speed Bumps
  • Bollards
  • Road Blockers
  • Cones
  • Road Hazard Warning Lights
  • Road Signs
  • Traffic Signs
  • Road Markings
  • Speed detectors
  • Emergency equipment
  • CCTV
  • Driver training institute
  • Road safety Training Institutes
  • Insurance
  • Speed Detectors
  • Navigation Lights
  • Solar Road Studs


Indian cities, especially the smart cities being created are fast emerging as engines of economic growth. This rapid growth presents a huge opportunity to create more sustainable modes of mobility. India is fast tracking the completion of Metro Rail in most of the cities and also implementing Bus Rapid Transit systems. Also, being initiated are programmes for multimodal integration, shared mobility and deployment of commercial electric vehicles
The MRTS has created demand for solutions like modern Communication Systems, Smart Card Ticketing,GPS, ITS, access controlsystems, CCTV cameras, station and in-vehicle safety and lighting systems, elevators & escalators, passenger in formation system and programming & scheduling system.

  • Automatic doors (Automatic doors for train, metro and buses, internal doors and loading doors for trains)
  • Access control Systems
  • Sliding steps
  • Rail communication Network
  • Mobile ticketing
  • E-ticketing / smart cards
  • Modern Simulation training systems
  • Integrated communication systems
  • Rail Signaling
  • Public transport HVAC systems(Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
  • Public Transport interior: seats, lighting, flooring, audio-video systems
  • Public Transport exterior: tyres, brake systems, electrical systems, cabin and body
  • Metro station Construction and equipment
  • Products and Services for passenger with disabilities
  • Elevators and escalators
  • Metro coaches / Buses


India has a road network 5.6 million km. The National Highway network alone stands at 1,15,435 km, up from 96,000 km and the government wants to take the number to two lakh km before the end of 2019. The transport infrastructure sector is expected to grow at over 6% in the coming years thus opening doors for better road construction, safety & security systems, improved ITS & tolling systems and most importantly, much needed road side facilities for comfortable highway travel.
India is aiming to build 40km ofroad every day adding to its extensive highway and urban road network. International quality of road construction is aimed at using newer pavement technologies.

  • Construction / Pavement Technology
  • Onsite safety equipment
  • Fencing materials
  • Pollution measurement systems
  • Noise abatement systems
  • Waste disposal systems
  • Bus Shelters
  • Rest area Facilities
  • Communication Systems
  • Street lighting
  • Kiosks
  • Ambulance services
  • Crane
  • Highway amenities