The Airport Asset Tracking Market is the second consecutive report from the publisher analysing the latest developments on the global market for asset tracking in the aviation sector.
This strategic research report provides you with 106 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.
Highlights from this report:
- Introduction to the aviation industry and relevant air transport statistics.
- Perspectives on the impact of emerging technologies.
- Profiles of key players in the airport asset tracking market.
- Reviews of vendor market shares and competitive dynamics.
- Summary of the latest industry trends and developments.
- Forecasts of the airport asset tracking market lasting until 2023.
The installed base of airport asset tracking systems will reach 0.4 million units in 2023
An increasing number of companies have introduced asset tracking and management solutions which can be used to keep track of airport assets and improve the efficiency of ground handling operations and maintenance routines. The research estimates that the global installed base of active airport asset tracking systems was less than 0.2 million units in 2018. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.1 percent, the active installed base is estimated to reach close to 0.4 million units worldwide in 2023. This includes all airport asset tracking systems deployed for various motorised ground support equipment (GSE), non-motorised equipment (NME) as well as other applicable airport assets including on-road vehicles used in airport environments. The researcher's definition of an airport asset tracking solution covers systems based on various technologies including conventional cellular-based IoT connectivity and emerging low-power wide-area (LPWA) wireless technology as well as proprietary radio, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The airport asset tracking market is served by a number of different types of players, ranging from specialists focused exclusively on tracking and management solutions for specific airport assets, to companies that offer a more comprehensive set of solutions for the aviation sector, and more general telematics players that also serve other industries. The publisher ranks Undagrid (GSEtrack), Quantum Aviation Solutions and Resonate MP4 (XOPS) as the leading vendors of airport asset tracking solutions in terms of installed base. Both Undagrid and Quantum have reached more than 10,000 active units respectively. Additional strong players include ADVEEZ, Targa Telematics and Pinnacle (iMATS). The latter has notably partnered with Honeywell which in late 2018 signed a major agreement with Swissport to deploy ground handling services jointly developed with Pinnacle. Targa Telematics has furthermore established a partnership with TCR Group which is also collaborating with Sensolus for non-motorised GSE tracking. Additional players active in the field of airport asset tracking, for example, include Litum IoT, DigiMobi, EC2E, INFORM, Ctrack (Inseego), Tri -Logical Technologies, Smarter Asset Management (SAM), Katlyn International, Speedshield Technologies and Geotab, all having installed bases of at least 1,000 units each.
This research report answers the following questions:
- How many airport assets are tracked today?
- Which trends and drivers are shaping the market?
- How will the adoption of asset tracking in airport environments develop in the future?
- Which are the leading airport asset tracking solution, providers?
- What categories of vendors are active in the field?
- How are the leading telematics industry players approaching the aviation sector?
- How are emerging communications technologies affecting the airport asset tracking market?
Who should buy this research report?
The Airport Asset Tracking Market is the foremost source of information about the adoption of asset tracking solutions in the aviation industry. Whether you are an equipment manufacturer, service provider, telematics vendor, telecom operator, investor, consultant, or government agency, you will gain valuable insights from our in-depth research
1 Airport asset tracking
1.1 Introduction to the aviation industry
1.1.1 Air transport statistics and relevant concepts
1.1.2 Major airports
1.1.3 Airlines and alliances
1.1.4 Airport ground handling services
1.2 Airport assets and associated tracking solutions
1.2.1 Categories and providers of airport assets
1.2.2 Tracking and management solutions for airport assets
2 Forecasts and conclusions
2.1 Market analysis
2.1.1 Major airport asset tracking solution providers
2.1.2 The installed base of airport asset tracking solutions
2.2 Market trends and drivers
2.2.1 Aviation is a slow-moving sector with great potential for efficiency gains
2.2.2 Mandates, standards and policies driving adoption and awareness
2.2.3 Sizing the addressable market for airport asset tracking
2.2.4 Emerging network technologies expand the range of applicable asset types
2.2.5 Partnership strategies becoming increasingly common among various players
2.2.6 Telematics players diversify into airport asset tracking
2.2.7 Airports are miniature smart cities where autonomous equipment will prosper
3 Company profiles and strategies
3.2 Astrata Group
3.3 Ctrack (Inseego)
3.7 I.D Systems
3.9 Katlyn International
3.10 Litum IoT
3.11 Pinnacle (iMATS)
3.12 Quantum Aviation Solutions
3.13 Resonate MP4 (XOPS)
3.15 Smarter Asset Management (SAM)
3.16 Speedshield Technologies (Adaptalift Group)
3.17 Targa Telematics
3.18 Tri-Logical Technologies
3.20 Undagrid (GSEtrack)
3.21 Verizon Connect
List of Figures
Figure 1.1: System-wide revenues of global commercial airlines (2006-2018)
Figure 1.2: Air transport traffic overview - traffic and capacity trends (World 2016)
Figure 1.3: Top-15 airports by the number of passengers handled (2017)
Figure 1.4: Top-25 airlines by scheduled revenue passenger-kilometres (2016)
Figure 1.5: Major airline alliances
Figure 1.6: Top-10 airlines by total fleet (Q4-2016)
Figure 1.7: Examples of specialised assets used on airports
Figure 1.8: Airport asset tracking infrastructure overview
Figure 2.1: Top-10 airport asset tracking solution providers by installed base (Q4-2018)
Figure 2.2: Airport asset tracking installed base and unit shipments (World 2018-2023)
Figure 2.3: Lufthansa Technik’s GSE 4.0 location tracking powered by Undagrid
Figure 2.4: TLD LINK IoT Platform initiative
Figure 2.5: TaxiBot semi-robotic pilot-controlled towing tractor
Figure 2.6: TractEasy autonomous electric baggage tractor
Figure 3.1: ADVEEZ Fleet and Asset Management for Airports (FAMA) system overview
Figure 3.2: Localeez web platform and dashboard for ADVEEZ’s FAMA solution
Figure 3.3: Turtle Mode speed control system (SCS) by ADVEEZ
Figure 3.4: Overview of possibilities for non-motorised assets enabled by FAMA V4
Figure 3.5: Overview of Astrata Airline and Airport Solutions
Figure 3.6: Astrata mobile passenger management solution
Figure 3.7: Inseego’s Ctrack airport solution functionality
Figure 3.8: Overview of Ctrack airport solution for KLM Equipment Services at AMS
Figure 3.9: DigiMobi’s system deployed at Hong Kong International Airport
Figure 3.10: GPS Finder hardware from DigiMobi used by Airport Authority Hong Kong
Figure 3.11: Overview of EC2E’s SPEED CONTROL solution based on colour codes
Figure 3.12: Geotab’s GO RUGGED telematics device
Figure 3.13: I.DSystems’ web-based software interface Vision Pro used for AvRamp
Figure 3.14: I.DSystems’ Vehicle Asset Communicator (VAC4S) used for AvRamp
Figure 3.15: INFORM’s GroundStar systems for ground handling processes
Figure 3.16: INFORM’s Airport Map interface
Figure 3.17: Overview of INFORM’s GroundFleet for GSE tracking
Figure 3.18: Overview of the Litum IoT hardware range for Airport RTLS
Figure 3.19: Honeywell and Pinnacle iMATS 360 next-generation dashboard
Figure 3.20: Legacy Proveo Infoman telematics device
Figure 3.21: Falcom FOX3 device used by Quantum Aviation Solutions for GSE tracking
Figure 3.22: Quantum Aviation Solutions’ configurable reporting dashboard
Figure 3.23: Quantum Aviation Solutions’ GSE tracking equipment map interface
Figure 3.24: Resonate MP4’s XOPS interface
Figure 3.25: TAG hardware device used for XOPS
Figure 3.26: Sensolus’ STICKNTRACK cloud application for asset tracking
Figure 3.27: TCR’s non-motorised GSE telematics solution powered by Sensolus
Figure 3.28: Smarter Asset Management map interface for airport asset tracking
Figure 3.29: Speedshield Technologies’ FMAS & Adaptalift GSE’s Fleet Online AirSide
Figure 3.30: Schematic overview of the fleet management system from Avro GSE
Figure 3.31: Avro Care - Managed Maintenance Program leveraging Avro Tracker
Figure 3.32: Backoffice interface powered by Targa Telematics
Figure 3.33: Tri-Logical Technologies’ Airport Mobile Assets Solution (AMAS)
Figure 3.34: Tri-Logical Technologies’ GSE10 Advanced Telemetry Controller for AMAS
Figure 3.35: Tri-Logical’s new BodyGuard Aircraft Damage Prevention System
Figure 3.36: Schematic overview of the Trimble PULSE for Airfield Asset Management
Figure 3.37: Screenshot of Undagrid’s application interface
Figure 3.38: Undagrid’s GSEtracker ruggedised tracking unit
Figure 3.39: Schematic overview of Undagrid’s GSEtrack solution
Figure 3.40: Coach by Verizon Connect
Figure 3.41: Overview of Verizon Connect MRM for the airline service industry
- Astrata Group
- Ctrack (Inseego)
- I.D Systems
- Katlyn International
- Litum IoT
- Pinnacle (iMATS)
- Quantum Aviation Solutions
- Resonate MP4 (XOPS)
- Smarter Asset Management (SAM)
- Speedshield Technologies (Adaptalift Group)
- Targa Telematics
- TCR Group
- Tri-Logical Technologies
- Undagrid (GSEtrack)
- Verizon Connect
The Internet of Things is very diverse. There are hundreds of different use cases, each with different dynamics. The starting point is to segment the market.
The analyst begins with a number of sectors: Automotive, Cities, Health, Industry, Home, Industrial, Energy, Retail and Consumer Electronics. Each of these sectors breaks down into a number of applications. In total across all sectors, the analyst examines around 150 separate applications. It is at this application level that they generate their IoT forecast. The analyst builds reliable data bottom-up. They take into consideration the current adoption rate, regulations, demographics, vertical-specific statistics, value chain structure, etc.
The rigorous data collection methods are based on first-hand and secondary sources. The analyst conducts many hundreds of executive interviews on a yearly basis with companies from all parts of the IoT value chain. They talk to on a regular basis all major mobile operator groups and regulators as well as the chipset, module, and terminal vendors. They also interview many companies in each of the vertical markets.