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- Command & Control Rooms Intelligence Service - Annual (10)
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SaaS in command and controlDecember 10, 2018This brief provides insight into SaaS and its uptake in command and control rooms.Subscribers Only
Global licensed mobile radio infrastructure and system integration market hit $4.6 billion in 2017November 21, 2018The 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.
Licensed mobile radio deployments rose 4.5 percent globally in 2017October 15, 2018Licensed mobile radio (LMR) deployments continue to increase globally, despite the emergence of LTE solutions onto the world stage and 5G on the horizon. Government and commercial sectors increasingly rely on LMR for secure, instant and reliable voice communications, so cost-optimized digital technologies, TETRA, P25, TETRAPOL and other major digital LMR technologies continue to attract investment.
The United Kingdom’s nationwide TETRA network Airwave will continue to operate beyond 2020August 14, 2018Existing Airwave contracts were due for renewal between 2016 and 2019. Once emergency services network (ESN) was announced, the original plan was to switch off Airwave between 2019 and 2020, in line with the renewal point of the network. However, IHS Markit expects this will not be the case.
Global cost-optimized digital technology revenue exceeded $1 billion for the first time in 2017, as global demand growsJuly 31, 2018Cost-optimized digital technologies are the fastest-growing digital licensed mobile radio (LMR) technology, as global LMR users migrate to digital. Deployments of cost-optimized digital technologies increased by 16 percent in 2017, reaching more than $1 billion in revenue, compared to an average of 7 percent growth for the overall LMR market.
Enabling smarter emergency response through PSAP interoperabilityJuly 26, 2018This whitepaper and webinar explore drivers for interoperability like FirstNet and NG911, what makes interoperability attractive to agencies, and the various architectural models for organizations of all sizes.Subscribers Only
Led by Asia and the Americas, global TETRA shipments increased by 16 percent in 2017May 10, 2018Terrestrial radio (TETRA) deployments increased globally by 16 percent in 2017, as mature markets around the world continued to refresh, and as new TETRA users continued to come online.
Critical Communications IWCE Trends - 2018March 21, 2018The IHS Markit Critical Communications team recently attended IWCE 2018 in Orlando, Florida, US. Discussions with end-users played a key role in shaping our analysis of major trends we noticed at the show.
How catastrophic events are changing the mass-notification system marketFebruary 09, 2018Mass-notification system (MNS) software used in emergency communication, the primary segment used during a catastrophic event, is expected to grow in the Americas at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8 percent from 2017 to 2021, reaching $293.1 million in 2021.
Broadband In Control RoomsFebruary 06, 2018Broadband integration and its impact on command and control rooms. A short synopsis on market trends, operational changes, and applications.Subscribers Only
Digital licensed mobile radio users exceeded the number of analog users for the first time in 2017January 18, 2018The number of digital licensed mobile radio (LMR) users exceeded the number of analog users for the first time in 2017, with over 24 million digital users.
A revolution in video surveillance – Deep-learning video analyticsJuly 24, 2017Deep-learning analytics are poised to revolutionise the industry, and facilitate a leap in the capabilities of video analytics. In the last couple of years, there has been a marked increase in research and development in deep-learning neural networks, proving their capabilities, generating considerable excitement, and putting them within reach of a much wider user group.
The Benefits of Safe CitiesMay 17, 2017For the first time in history, more people around the world live in cities than in rural areas. By 2030, over 60 percent of the world’s population will be living in cities. While this global migration to urban areas improves the living standards, health and financial prosperity of these citizens, it brings challenges to a city’s infrastructure, resources, security procedures and emergency response systems. Meeting these challenges is critical to the success of cities in the decades that follow.
IWCE 2017 Show ReportApril 04, 2017The IHS Markit Critical Communications Team recently attended IWCE 2017 in Las Vegas. Here were the major trends we noticed at the show along with key takeaways.Subscribers Only
The Transition to Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911) TechnologiesMarch 09, 2017Key points The public safety sector must maintain pace with the wider telecommunications industry. As emergency response technologies currently in use become obsolete, it is critical that the United States modernizes its 911 system to one that is IP-based. • 21 states have indicated they have an operational ESInet in place. Approximately 1,300 PSAPs are connected (as of 2015). • 16 states have awarded an NG911 contract (as of 2015). • 17 of 30 survey respondents indicated they had plans to install Next Gen technologies over next 12 months (as of June 2016).Subscribers Only
Bluetooth Offers Growth Opportunities for LMR AccessoriesJanuary 06, 2016Accessories for portable licensed mobile radios (LMR) have long attempted to increase productivity and safety for the individuals who use them. Yearly improvements for portable LMR accessories include increasingly longer battery life, faster charging batteries, and better sound in speaker microphones. These
Critical communications spending in oil & gas to exceed $1 billion by 2019December 08, 2015In a recently published market report, Critical Communications in Oil & Gas – 2015, IHS indicates the global market for critical communications technologies in the oil and gas industry will reach over $1 billion by 2019. IHS defines critical communications as an integration of: licensed mobile radio (LMR) terminals, LMR infrastructure, LMR accessories, command & control room technologies and services, and broadband LTE hardware and devices.
The Future of Public Safety Systems - IHS White PaperOctober 27, 2015Current Developments and Expectations
Global LMR Revenues to Exceed $5 Billion by 2019August 07, 2015IHS Critical Communications has recently released the ‘Licensed Mobile Radio Terminals’ and ‘DMR, dPMR and Competing Technologies’ reports.
Global command and control room/PSAP market to reach $7 billion by 2019July 08, 2015According to a recently published IHS report (Command and Control Rooms/PSAPs Market – 2015) the global market for command and control room technologies and services is projected to exceed $7 billion by 2019.