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米国の公共安全技術とソリューション:技術分析、市場概観、市場予測 2017-2022年

Public Safety Technology and Solutions in the United States: Technology Analysis, Market Outlook, and Forecasts 2017 - 2022

 

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米国調査会社マインドコマース(Mind Commerce)の調査レポート「米国の公共安全技術とソリューション:技術分析、市場概観、市場予測 2017-2022年」は、公共安全の技術とソリューションの現状を分析し、新しい技術や今後のソリューションの可能性について査定している。2017-2022年までの米国市場での公共安全技術への投資について予測している。

目次(抜粋)

  • 公共安全市場の見通し
  • 関連企業とソリューション
  • 公共安全に関する機関
  • 次世代の公共安全用通信とアプリ
  • 次世代のビッグデータ解析と公共安全
  • モノのインターネット(IoT)と次世代の公共安全システム
  • 2017-2022年の米国の公共安全の市場予測
  • 公共安全用ブロードバンドの世界市場概観

Overview:

Public safety is much more than just dialing an emergency number as integrated communications and information is critical for optimal emergency response and coordination.   Accordingly, all industry constituents are looking towards 4G/LTE to provide major improvements over existing LMR communications systems for emergency responders.   It is anticipated that LTE will provide the high-speed data performance necessary to support the multimedia applications on which today's public safety agencies are increasingly relying.

Emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) are expected to improve emergency response effectiveness and also protect first responders themselves.  Coupled with LTE, 5G, and other broadband wireless systems, AR and other technologies will bring about an entirely new class of public safety applications and services that are heretofore inconceivable.

Leveraging Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for public safety is also important for the future of public safety.  There is an increasing demand for ubiquitous data connection for the public safety community.  Data connectivity of the future will come from many sources, many of which will be machine-to-machine based, requiring little or no human interaction.  There is also an opportunity to improve public safety by leveraging data analytics, especially in the area of real-time processing at the edge.

This report evaluates the current state of public safety technology and solutions and assesses emerging technologies and potential future solutions.  The report also provides forecasts for public safety technology spending in the United States for 2017 through 2022.   All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

The evolution of LTE and the deployment of 5G technology and solutions will be a critical component for the advancement of Public Safety systems.  Accordingly, Mind Commerce includes with this research Roadmap to 5G: Evolution of 4G, 5G Architecture, Network Strategy and Planning, which evaluates R&D efforts from major infrastructure providers including the so called fractional versions of 4G such as 4.5G, 4.5G Pro, and 4.9G.  The report also analyzes related supporting technologies such as Mobile Edge Computing (MEC).

Report Benefits:

  • Forecasts for USA public safety 2017 to 2022
  • Understand current public safety technologies
  • Identify emerging tech and solutions for public safety
  • Understand the use of Big Data and IoT for public safety
  • Learn about GIS, positioning, and location management methods
  • Learn about the impact of LTE on next generation public safety apps
  • R&D and planners in other regions will learn about USA public safety

Target Audience:

  • Network operators
  • System integrators
  • LMR radio suppliers
  • Public safety agencies
  • Public safety app developers
  • Network infrastructure providers


目次

1              Executive Summary

 

2              Introduction      

2.1          Public Safety in Perspective       

2.2          Public Safety Expectations          

2.2.1      Real Time Access to Information              

2.2.2      Anytime, Anywhere Connectivity            

2.2.3      Increased Situational Awareness             

2.3          Public Safety Objectives              

2.3.1      Prevention        

2.3.2      Detection           

2.3.3      Mitigation          

2.3.4      Investigation     

2.4          Emergency Response and Control           

2.4.1      Emergency Medical Services      

2.4.2      Fire/Rescue       

2.4.3      Law Enforcement           

2.4.4      Responder Coordination             

2.5          Current Technologies Supporting Public Safety 

2.5.1      Public Safety Answer Points       

2.5.2      Geographic Information Systems            

2.5.3      Enhanced Wireless 9-1-1             

2.5.4      Indoor Location Systems             

2.5.5      LMR for Public Safety Communications 

2.5.6      LTE for Public Safety Communications   

2.5.7      Lawful Intercept/CALEA               

 

3              Companies and Solutions            

3.1          Airbus DS            

3.2          Alcatel-Lucent  

3.3          Carousel Industries        

3.4          Cisco     

3.5          Ericsson               

3.6          General Dynamics Corporation 

3.7          Harris Corporation          

3.8          Hitachi Technology         

3.9          IBM       

3.10        InterDigital         

3.11        Lockheed Martin             

3.12        Motorola Solutions        

3.13        NICE     

3.14        Nokia Networks              

3.15        Northrop Grumman      

3.16        Raytheon           

3.17        Comtech Telecommunication Corporation, Inc.        

3.18        Thales  

3.19        West Corp. (Safety Services Division)     

 

4              Public Safety Organizations        

4.1          APCO   

4.2          CALEA  

4.3          EENA    

4.4          ETRI      

4.5          FEMA   

4.6          NICE     

4.7          NENA   

4.8          NIST      

4.9          NPSTC  

4.10        PSCR     

 

5              Next Generation Public Safety Communications and Apps           

5.1          Next Generation 9-1-1 

5.2          Improved Location Data: Proximity and Indoor Location

5.3          Broadband: LTE, 5G, and Beyond             

5.4          Augmented Reality (AR) in Public Safety              

5.5          Virtual Reality in Public Safety   

5.6          Integrated Wireless Devices, Communications, and Apps             

5.6.1      Rich Communications Suite (RCS)            

5.6.2      Web Real-time Communications (WebRTC)        

 

6              Next Generation Big Data Analytics and Public Safety     

6.1          Unstructured Data from Public Safety Systems 

6.2          Public Safety Data R&D 

6.3          Public Safety Data Access            

 

7              Internet of Things and Next Generation Public Safety Systems  

7.1          IoT and Public Safety Opportunity Areas              

7.2          Integrating IoT with Public Safety Communications         

7.3          Integrating IoT and Direction Communications for Public Safety

 

8              US Public Safety Forecasts 2017 - 2022   

8.1          Overall Public Safety IT Spending             

8.1.1      Telecom Services and Equipment            

8.1.2      Network Hardware        

8.1.3      Computer Hardware     

8.1.4      IT Personnel      

8.1.5      Services and Support    

8.1.6      Public Safety Applications           

8.2          Public Safety Spending by Segment        

8.2.1      Law Enforcement           

8.2.2      Fire Response  

8.2.3      EMS and Other

8.3          Public Safety Device Spending  

8.3.1      Radio-based Devices     

8.3.2      Cellular-based Device   

8.3.3      Ruggedized Device         

8.3.4      Pagers 

8.3.5      Satellite Phones              

8.3.6      Computers Stationary Rugged Vehicle Mount   

8.3.7      Video   

8.3.8      LMR Accessories             

8.4          Public Safety Device Spending by Segment         

8.4.1      Law Enforcement           

8.4.2      Fire Response  

8.4.3      Emergency Medical Services and Other

8.4.4      Other Government Initiatives  

 

9              Global Outlook for Public Safety Broadband       

9.1          Broadband in Public Safety         

9.1.1      Fixed Broadband             

9.1.2      Wireless Broadband      

9.2          Global Wireless Broadband Public Safety Forecast 2017 - 2022    

9.1          Global Fixed Broadband Public Safety Forecast 2017 - 2022         

 

10           Summary and Recommendations            

 

Figures

Figure 1: Applications for Public Safety  

Figure 2: PSAP User Interface    

Figure 3: PSAP Equipment and Interfaces            

Figure 4: GIS Features and Mapping       

Figure 5: GIS Spatial Analysis      

Figure 6: GIS Spatial Analysis Techniques              

Figure 7: Vector vs. Raster Representation          

Figure 8: Special Raster Data Models      

Figure 9: Data Layering in GIS     

Figure 10: GIS Data Processing  

Figure 11: Cell Level Positioning Technology        

Figure 12: Assisted GPS Technology        

Figure 13: AFLT Technology        

Figure 14: LTE for Public Safety Communications Regional Share

Figure 15: Global Public Safety LTE Revenue       

Figure 16: Network Architecture for LMR/PMR and LTE 

Figure 17: Public Safety Solutions             

Figure 18: Public Safety Mission Critical Broadband          

Figure 19: Indoor/Outdoor and 2D vs. 3D Positioning Technology Comparison    

Figure 20: Augmented Reality in Law Enforcement          

Figure 21: Augmented Reality in Police Response             

Figure 22: Augmented Reality and Coordinated Response           

Figure 23: Augmented Reality Facilitated Criminal Capture           

Figure 24: WebRTC Value Chain

Figure 25: Global WebRTC Revenue        

Figure 26: Regional WebRTC Revenue   

Figure 27: North America WebRTC Revenue       

Figure 28: Carrier-driven WebRTC Users               

Figure 29: Public Safety IT Spending Total 2017 – 2022    

Figure 30: Public Safety Telecom and Services Equipment 2017 - 2022     

Figure 31: Public Safety Network Hardware 2017 - 2022 

Figure 32: Public Safety Computer Hardware 2017 - 2022              

Figure 33: Public Safety IT Personnel 2017 - 2022               

Figure 34: Public Safety Services and Support 2017 - 2022             

Figure 35: Public Safety Applications 2017 - 2022               

Figure 36: Public Safety Spending in Law Enforcement 2017 – 2022           

Figure 37: Public Safety Spending for Fire Response 2017 – 2022               

Figure 37: Public Safety Spending for EMS 2017 – 2022   

Figure 39: Public Safety Device Spending Total 2017 - 2022           

Figure 40: Public Safety Radio-based Devices 2017 - 2022              

Figure 41: Public Safety Cellular-based Devices 2017 - 2022          

Figure 42: Public Safety Ruggedized Devices 2017 - 2022

Figure 43: Public Safety Pagers 2017 – 2022         

Figure 44: Satellite Devices for Public Safety 2017 - 2022

Figure 45: Vehicle Mounted Public Safety Devices 2017 - 2022    

Figure 46: Public Safety Video Devices 2017 - 2022           

Figure 47: Public Safety LMR Devices 2017 - 2022              

Figure 48: Public Safety Spending in Law Enforcement 2017 - 2022            

Figure 49: Public Safety Spending in Fire Response 2017 - 2022   

Figure 50: Public Safety Spending in Emergency Medical Services 2017 - 2022      

Figure 51: Public Safety Expenditures in Governmental Initiatives 2017 - 2022     

Figure 52: Global Public Safety Mobile Network Broadband Service Revenue 2017 – 2022             

Figure 53: Global Public Safety Fixed Network Broadband Service Revenue 2017 – 2022

 

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Moving Beyond Enhanced 9-1-1: Indoor Location, Next Generation 9-1-1, Public Safety LTE, and More

2017/01/04

Public Safety Technology and Solutions

Enhanced 9-1-1 is a North American telephone network (NANP) feature of the 9-1-1 emergency-calling system that automatically associates a physical address with the calling party's telephone number.  A second phase of Enhanced 9-1-1 service allows a wireless device to be located geographically using various radio-location technologies from the cellular network, or by using a Global Positioning System (GPS) built into the phone itself. 

Originally adopted in 1996, and with a last major revision in 2010, location determination standards were based solely on the measured performance of outdoor wireless 9-1-1 calls.

Original USA Mandate for 9-1-1

In October 1994, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued FCC 94-102, with the order published in July 1996. The original order required:

  • By 1st October, 1997: Phase 0 required all 911 calls to be delivered to Public Safety Answer Points (PSAP), even for "unintialized" mobile devices
  • By 1st April, 1998: Phase I required mobile operators to provide a call back number and location data to PSAP
  • By 1st October, 2001: Phase II required mobile operator to provide call back number and caller location within 125 meters 67% of the time based on a root mean square (RMS*) average

The FCC later amended the location accuracy/precision requirements for phase II to the following:

  • Handset based position determination equipment (PDE): 50 meters 67% of the time, 150 meters 95% of the time
  • Network based PDE: 100 meters 67% of the time, 300 meters 95% of the time
  • Hybrid PDE: 50 meters 67% of the time, 150 meters 95% of the time

The above requirements provided for the ability to phase in the required technology over a four year period.

The FCC recognized the fact that, generally speaking, handset based PDE (such as A-GPS) is more accurate than network based PDE. The FCC also recognizes that it would take some time for mobile operators to deploy handsets for handset based positioning. Specific accuracy obtained will be dependent on the type of mobile positioning deployed and other factors such as environmental conditions such as user distance from the location measurement units, topography, and atmospheric conditions.

9-1-1 Standards

The TIA Ad Hoc Emergency Services (AHES) committee developed a standard, which would eventually become a joint standard for US ANSI-41 and GSM deployments of WES - the J-STD-036. The J-STD-036 ultimately evolved to incorporate a mobile positioning center (MPC) that would provide the location manager middle-ware function for WES as well as commercial based LBS. Additional Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN) standards are evolving to provide additional capabilities in support of the MPC and commercial LBS.

Indoor Location for 9-1-1

Moving beyond phase II, more recent efforts from the FCC and public safety organizations are leading towards dramatically improved indoor location determination.  In January 2015, the Commission adopted new Enhanced 911 (E911) location accuracy rules and information collection requirements.  The FCC established clear and measureable timelines for wireless providers to meet new indoor location accuracy benchmarks, both for horizontal and vertical location information.

This is a move in response as the FCC stated: "major changes in the wireless landscape since the Commission first adopted its wireless Enhanced 911 (E911) location accuracy rules in 1996 and since the last significant revision of these rules in 2010".

Horizontal Location Data

All Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) providers must provide (1) dispatchable location,   or (2) x/y location within 50 meters, for the following percentages of wireless 911 calls within the following timeframes, measured from the effective date of rules adopted in this Order ("Effective Date"):

  • Within 2 years: 40 percent of all wireless 911 calls
  • Within 3 years: 50 percent of all wireless 911 calls
  • Within 5 years: 70 percent of all wireless 911 calls
  • Within 6 years: 80 percent of all wireless 911 calls

Vertical Location Data

All CMRS providers must also meet the following requirements for provision of vertical location information with wireless 911 calls, within the following timeframes measured from the Effective Date:

  • Within 3 years:  All CMRS providers must make uncompensated barometric data available to PSAPs from any handset that has the capability to deliver barometric sensor data. 
  • Within 3 years:  Nationwide CMRS providers must use an independently administered and transparent test bed process to develop a proposed z-axis accuracy metric, and must submit the proposed metric to the Commission for approval.
  • Within 6 years: Nationwide CMRS provides must deploy either (1) dispatchable location, or (2) z-axis technology that achieves the Commission-approved z-axis metric, in each of the top 25 Cellular Market Areas (CMAs).

By early 2017, all providers must submit their first reports on aggregate live 911 call location data to the Commission, NENA, APCO, and NASNA.  Nationwide providers must report live call data collected in the six Test Cities, and must provide reports on a quarterly basis.

Next Generation 9-1-1

Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911) is an initiative to update 9-1-1 service infrastructure in the United States and Canada.  NG911 migration is focused on transitioning the current traditional 9-1-1 environment to an operational model based on secure IP transport, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), modern network functional elements and changing responsibilities between a telecommunications service provider and local 9-1-1 authorities.  Public safety agencies look to lower operating costs through conversion to less-expensive IP-based systems and provide the public with more advanced communications options, such as text-to-911 and other multi-media communications (video, photos, etc.).

Public Safety LTE

Public safety is much more than just dialing an emergency number as integrated communications and information is critical for optimal emergency response and coordination.   Accordingly, all industry constituents are looking towards 4G/LTE to provide major improvements over existing LMR communications systems for emergency responders.   It is anticipated that LTE will provide the high-speed data performance necessary to support the multimedia applications on which today's public safety agencies are increasingly relying.

Emerging Public Safety Support Technologies

Emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) are expected to improve emergency response effectiveness and also protect first responders themselves.  Coupled with LTE, 5G, and other broadband wireless systems, AR and other technologies will bring about an entirely new class of public safety applications and services that are heretofore inconceivable.

Public Safety Data Analytics

Leveraging Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for public safety is also important for the future of public safety.  There is an increasing demand for ubiquitous data connection for the public safety community.  Data connectivity of the future will come from many sources, many of which will be machine-to-machine based, requiring little or no human interaction.  There is also an opportunity to improve public safety by leveraging data analytics, especially in the area of real-time processing at the edge.

For more information, see the Mind Commerce report:

Public Safety Technology and Solutions: Market Analysis and USA Forecasts 2016 - 2020 evaluates the current state of public safety technology and solutions and assesses emerging technologies and potential future solutions.  The report also provides forecasts for public safety technology spending in the United States for 2016 through 2020.

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