The Global Market for Mobile Public Safety Solutions
|出版商||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品編碼||298135|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 25 Pages; 31 Exhibits
|全球行動公共安全性解決方案市場 The Global Market for Mobile Public Safety Solutions|
|出版日期: 2014年03月07日||內容資訊: 英文 25 Pages; 31 Exhibits||
The changing face of public safety - especially in response to increased needs for agile emergency response and cross-agency communications - demands improved mobile communications and computing solutions. Mobile applications and wireless data services are increasing the opportunity for enhanced public safety response, improved coordination, and emergency communications. The need for dispatching centers to integrate text messaging and SMS for emergency communications and responder alerts is increasing as new forms of communications and social media permeate public safety services. Next-generation public safety solutions are providing broader cross-jurisdictional access to records systems, augmenting existing land mobile radio systems with interoperable broadband wireless systems for voice, video, and data and extending data connectivity to all first responders across all patrol types.
Public safety organizations are shifting to big data and away from individual (often siloed) databases and business intelligence, as public sector organizations become savvier about using all data from internal and external sources to improve decision-making. In 2014, more government leaders will develop strategies to quantify, capture, and find ways to use their data operationally and make some sense of the chaos. Agencies will add real-time data flows, aggregate public/private sector video, access social media, and link data to command centers and control rooms to improve incident management performance. Citizens have increasing expectations of the agencies that serve them, and threats are changing.
For the past 15 years, the market has seen a consolidation in terms of technologies (TETRA and P25) and vendors to deploy private networks and provide dedicated mission-critical voice services. This consolidation has led to limitations in developing the communications services capabilities at the same pace as the commercial mobile communications systems. For instance, mobile broadband has become widely available while public safety networks remain focused on voice services. Although many of these legacy systems will remain in place, we are witnessing a significant shift in public safety communications system design and capabilities.
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Exhibit 1: Current and forecast global public safety mobility
solutions revenues by regional market (US $B)
VDC's forecast shows that the global market for mobile solutions (inclusive of mobile hardware, professional services and mobile software) will grow by X.X% annually through 2017, reaching $X.X billion. The market for mobility solutions for public safety reached $X.X billion in 2013. (Note: These figures do not include LMR solutions, which represent approximately an additional $X billion in annual public safety spend). Mobile hardware represents approximately XX% of annual spend and is projected to grow by X.X% annually through 2017. VDC estimates that more than X million mobile devices will be deployed to frontline public safety workers in 2014 and reach X million shipments by 2017. The opportunity spans multiple form factors including rugged mobile devices and commercial/consumer devices, with smartphones and tablets representing the strongest growth drivers.
While devices used to support mission-critical public safety applications are issued directly by the organization, the use of personal devices by public safety workers is growing. According to our research, XX% of public safety organizations currently have a form of BYOD support program. However, an additional XX% allow employees to use personal devices at work. While these personal devices are not intended to support frontline applications, their growing ubiquity is driving public safety organizations to reconsider their BYOD policies and support security frameworks to protect sensitive data and communications.
As mobile public safety applications grow in complexity and sophistication and continue to extend beyond legacy computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records management systems (RMS), demand for mobile software and professional services to address these needs is set to expand. VDC expects mobile software and professional service investments in the public safety sector to grow from $1.7 billion in 2013 to exceed $X.X billion by 2017, representing an annual growth of almost XX%.
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