Global Airport Digitalization Growth Opportunities
|出版商||Frost & Sullivan||商品編碼||1022238|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 102 Pages
|全球機場數位化-增長機會 Global Airport Digitalization Growth Opportunities|
|出版日期: 2021年07月21日||內容資訊: 英文 102 Pages||
機場數位化市場是一個不斷增長的市場，預計到 2030 年將產生超過 85.2 億美元的收入。市場高度分散，2020 年前五家公司約佔全球市場收入的 55%。在預測期內（2021 年至 2030 年），這一數位預計不會發生顯著變化。預計銷售額最高的公司是 SITA、ADB Safegate、Amadeus 等。
航空業受到冠狀病毒病 (COVID-19) 大流行的嚴重影響，2020 年整體運輸能力下降 50%，乘客數量下降 60%，機場收入下降 1250 億美元。底部。然而，在中短期內，國內航班預計將比國際航班表現出更大的彈性。機場和航空公司從大流行中恢復的速度對市場增長至關重要。全球疫苗接種步伐也將對市場產生積極影響，但預計客運量將在 2024 年達到大流行前的水平。
機場現在正在接受對物理基礎設施的有限投資，並希望投資於技術和流程自動化，從而提高數位化的採用率。冠狀病毒病 (COVID-19) 大流行對機場利潤產生重大影響，機場重新考慮其業務連續性戰略並創造新收入以降低未來發生類似不可預見事件的風險。迫切需要尋找來源.因此，在更多關注非貨運和非航空收入的同時，技術投資正在脫穎而出，以滿足非接觸式和安全旅行的需求。
Digital Technologies and Data Analytics Drive Transformational Growth
The airport digitalization market is a growth market estimated to generate more than $8.52 billion in revenue by 2030. A highly fragmented market, the top five companies contributed approximately 55% to the global revenue market in 2020. This figure is not expected to change significantly over the forecast period (2021-2030). The top companies in this market by estimated revenue include SITA, ADB Safegate, and Amadeus.
The aviation industry was severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with overall 50% reduced capacity, 60% drop in passenger numbers, and $125 billion loss in airport revenues in 2020. Domestic traffic, however, is expected to show greater resilience than international traffic in the short and medium term. How quickly airports and airlines can recover from the pandemic is critical to the market growth. The increasing pace of vaccination globally will also have a positive effect on the market, but passenger traffic is expected to achieve pre-pandemic levels only by 2024.
Airports now accept that investment in physical infrastructure has its limitations and are turning to technology and process automation investments, resulting in higher digitalization adoption rates. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected airport revenues significantly, forcing airports to rethink their business continuity strategies and seek additional revenue streams to mitigate the risks of similar unexpected events in the future. As such, the focus on cargo and non-aeronautical revenues is gradually increasing, while technology investment has taken the front seat to cater to the need for contactless and safe travel.
Pent-up demand for aviation will pave the way to recovery for domestic traffic followed by international traffic. Regions such as North America and Asia-Pacific with high domestic passenger traffic potential are expected to lead in the recovery process, but international transit hubs recovery to 2019 levels will face delays. Enhanced collaborations between stakeholders is projected to drive industry investments for the next 5 years. Multimodal solutions that can integrate ground and air transport are appealing to airports, while information technology (IT) solutions that provide end-to-end travel ownership of the passenger experience will drive digitalization. Digital solutions integrating online and offline sales channels can lead to augmented spending and help enhance non-aeronautical revenues and the passenger experience to attract investments. Similarly, airports are expected to also consider total airport management solutions that help integrate stakeholders into a single value chain to drive predictive decision-making and holistic airport management. With digital technologies and data analytics on the rise, performance-based airport operations management is the future.