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【分析レポート:アプリケーション】LTE公共安全技術とネットワーク

LTE Public Safety Technology and Networks

1Q 2017 | Application Analysis Report | AN-2749 | 32 pages | PDF |

 

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ABI Research
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2017年3月お問い合わせください 32

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The public safety communication industry is a highly risk adverse industry. Public safety agencies rely on communication channels to make life-saving decisions; therefore, they expect their communication channels to be consistent, encrypted, and reliable. Given the LTE coverage in most developed countries, LTE is the ideal solution to public safety communication. This report covers the most recent development in the industry on a country-by-country basis, as well as the profile of major public safety LTE vendors. The report also features some of the recent technologies, including secure cloud solution and small unmanned aviation system for mission-critical applications.



目次

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................. 1

2. LEGACY COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS IN PUBLIC SAFETY ..... 2
2.1. TETRA ................................................ 2
2.2. P25 ...................................................... 2
2.3. DMR .................................................... 3
2.4. dPMR .................................................. 3
2.5. PDT ..................................................... 4

3. KEY FEATURES OF PUBLIC SAFETY LTE........................................ 5
3.1. QoS Requirement for Public Safety LTE5
3.2. 3GPP Public Safety Features .............. 7
3.3. New Public Safety Technologies ......... 8

4. DEPLOYMENT SCENARIO AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT IN KEY MARKETS .......................................... 11
4.1. Deployment Scenario ........................ 11
4.2. North America ................................... 13
4.3. Europe............................................... 14
4.4. Asia-Pacific ....................................... 16
4.5. Middle East ....................................... 18
4.6. Cost of Public Safety LTE Network .... 19

5. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES .......... 21
5.1. Methodology ...................................... 21
5.2. Market Size ....................................... 21

6. KEY VENDORS ............................. 24
6.1. End-to-end Public Safety LTE Solution Providers .................................................. 24
6.2. Specialized Public Safety LTE Network Infrastructure Vendors .............................. 26
      Public Safety LTE User Equipment Vendors .................................................... 27

7. CONCLUSION ............................... 28
8. ACRONYMS ................................... 29

RELATED RESEARCH ..................... 31

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

ABI Research Predicts Public Safety LTE Will Go Mainstream After 2020

 

Singapore - 10 Apr 2017

ABI Research predicts that public safety LTE will hit the mainstream markets after 2020 as trials and deployments gain momentum across the world. Hardware revenue is expected to grow by 30% annually, reaching $540 million in 2025. The United States, UK, and South Korea will host the world’s first three operational public safety LTE networks by the end of 2017 or early 2018. Many countries will likely follow suit, either through a dedicated public safety LTE network or a hosted or shared infrastructure model.

“Coexistence with legacy public safety protocols is still crucial, as legacy protocols, such as TETRA and P25, are still being deployed by agencies across the world,” says Lian Jye Su, Senior Analyst at ABI Research. “Public safety LTE guarantees features that generate augmented user experience for public safety agencies through video streaming, file sharing, and real time analytics, without compromising security. It is imperative that authorities learn from countries like Australia and Finland, start early, and prepare for the switch.”

Public safety networks can benefit from various technological advancements in LTE. The advancements introduce new applications to public safety LTE like environmental sensors through LTE-M or NB-IoT, real-time surveillance through high-data throughput, and small unmanned aviation systems through edge computing. Existing public safety solutions, such as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) that currently operate in proprietary hardware and software, can be virtualized, secured, and integrated with an overlay of cross-functional data storage, analytics, and intelligence.

3GPP standardizations are propelling the trials and deployments. 3GPP Release 13 and 14 introduced a slew of enhancements to public safety features, such as mission critical push-to-talk, LTE device-to-device communications, proximity services, and LTE Broadcast.

“3GPP ensures standard features, supports the entire mobile consumer and public safety industry, and allows a niche segment in the wireless telecommunication market to benefit from the economy of scales in terms of user equipment, radio access equipment, core network, and IT infrastructure,” concludes Su. “LTE infrastructure vendors, notably Huawei and Nokia, featured mission critical LTE as a key part of their product roadmap. Public safety LTE compatible chipset and user equipment have also been launched or planned by major chipset suppliers and OEMs, such as Qualcomm and Motorola.”

These findings are from ABI Research’s LTE Public Safety Technology and Networks report.

 

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