Ryan Darrand

Ryan Darrand

Ryan Darrand is an IHS Senior Analyst II in the Critical Communications team, having spent nearly 15 years as a Military Intelligence Analyst and Communications Specialist. His area of expertise is the critical communications field and the applied use of this technology. 

Ryan’s focus is on the traditional mobile radio market including terminals, infrastructure, accessories and networks including DMR, NXDN, TETRA, TETRAPOL, P25, PDT and dPMR across global and vertical market segments. Ryan is an and Association for Project Managers Professional, Institute for Leadership and Management (ILM) and Prince 2 Practitioner. Ryan holds a BSc and is currently studying for and MBA. Furthermore Ryan holds both Developed Vetting (DV) and Security Clearances (SC).

Ryan is based out of the IHS European HQ in Wellingborough, United Kingdom.


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LMR Accessories Report - 2018

This is the fifth edition of the IHS Markit report dedicated to the market for LMR accessories. This new study provides up to date data on the industry and provides a more succinct delivery of information than was available in the previous edition. The objective of this report is to provide a marketing tool for manufacturers and suppliers of accessories, and of component suppliers to the mobile radio industry.

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Global licensed mobile radio infrastructure and system integration market hit $4.6 billion in 2017
Global licensed mobile radio infrastructure and system integration market hit $4.6 billion in 2017

The global market for licensed mobile radio (LMR) infrastructure and system integration grew 14 percent, reaching $4.6 billion in 2017. Significant growth was noted in Asia, as revenues increased by 26 percent. However, Europe also experienced 8 percent growth in infrastructure and system integration revenue.

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LMR Infrastructure & System Integration Report - 2018

This is the sixth edition of the IHS Markit report dedicated to the market for LMR infrastructure and system integration. Because the migration from analogue to digital technologies is forecast to continue to gather pace in the coming years, many countries want to upgrade their communication systems to a digital solution. This migration presents a considerable opportunity for infrastructure and system integration suppliers as these new infrastructure networks are selected and rolled out.

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