The “Public Safety LTE and 5G Market by Technology, Solutions, Applications, and Services 2020 – 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report provides an analysis of the global public safety LTE and 5G industry including an assessment of the technology, market size, and key trends within the public safety LTE and 5G industry. The report includes public safety LTE and 5G market sizing and analysis from 2020 through 2025. The report evaluates the ecosystem including the major players, strategies, and offerings. It also assesses technology impact and the role of 5G in the evolution of public safety broadband.
The market for public safety and other mission-critical communications is rapidly developing as technologies are evolving to provide solutions necessary to meet the emerging demand for improved voice, data, and machine-oriented communications. The public safety community increasingly relies upon IP-based solutions for first responders (ambulance, police, and fire) and dispatch communications as well as overall coordination in the event of a disaster.
Next-generation public safety communications infrastructure is required to handle a variety of communications traffic in real-time and with the highest QoS possible. As the exact occurrence of emergencies cannot be predicted, these QoS requirements are on-demand and cannot be scheduled like many other mission-critical services. This translates into guaranteed service levels on a 24/7 basis rather than the best-effort services of traditional IP based services in non-mission critical public networks.
LTE and 5G offer the most advantageous solutions for secure wireless broadband networks, which need to support the unique devices, communications, and content delivery requirements of public safety organizations. Nonetheless, commercial wireless broadband equipment and networks were not originally developed with first responder applications in mind. To optimally address the next-generation communications needs of the public safety community, vendors are developing dedicated, secure LTE and 5G networks with equipment optimized for emergency services applications.
While seemingly a misnomer, public safety networks are actually private wireless networks in the sense that they are dedicated for use by first responder communications and sharing information between PSAPs and other emergency services personnel and resources. In other words, public safety networks provide a public service, but are secured and dedicated for purposes of ensuring the accuracy, timeliness, and reliability of emergency response and coordination.
Accordingly, dedicated resources are allocated at both the hardware, software level leveraging virtualization, SDN, and other supporting technologies. 5G will have a key role in this regard through advanced capabilities such as network slicing. Supporting technologies such as edge computing will have an important role in supporting ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) for both voice and URLLC enabled applications such as augmented reality and public safety video and content sharing.
Key Topics Covered:
1.0 Executive Summary
3.0 Public Safety LTE and 5G Technology
3.1 Voice over IP in Cellular
3.1.1 VoIP in Wireless Networks
3.1.2 Voice over LTE
3.1.3 Voice over 5G
3.2 LTE Core and RAN Technology
3.3 LTE and 5G Public Safety Support
3.3.1 Reliable Critical Voice Communications
3.3.2 Non-voice Communications
3.3.3 5G in Public Safety
4.0 Public Safety LTE and 5G Solutions, Devices, and Applications
4.1 Public Safety LTE Application Categories
4.2 Public Safety LTE vs. Other Public and Private LTE Solutions
4.3 Public Safety LTE Deployment Options
5.0 Public Safety LTE and 5G Market Drivers
5.1 Dedicated Public Safety LTE and 5G Networks
5.2 Increasing Need for All-encompassing Critical Communications
5.2.1 Leveraging Data from Many Sources for Public Safety LTE
5.2.2 Integrating Public Safety LTE with IoT Networks and Systems
6.0 Public Safety LTE and 5G Forecasts from 2020 to 2027
7.0 Public Safety LTE Forecast 2020 to 2027
8.0 Public Safety 5G Forecast from 2020 to 2027
9.0 Appendix: LTE and 5G Technology Details
9.1 Evolution of Mobile Cellular Communications
9.2 LTE Technology
9.2.1 LTE Radio Network Technology
9.2.2 LTE Network Core Technology
9.2.3 LTE Evolution
220.127.116.11 LTE Advanced
18.104.22.168 Peer-to-Peer Communications: LTE Direct
22.214.171.124 LTE Advanced Pro
9.3 5G Technology
9.3.1 LTE vs. 5G OSI Layers
126.96.36.199 5G Network Layer
188.8.131.52 5G Application Layer
9.3.2 5G Radio Network Technology
9.4 LTE vs. 5G Application Support
9.4.1 Massive IoT Networks and Services
9.4.2 Next Generation Public Safety Applications
9.4.3 5G in Private Wireless Networks
184.108.40.206 Public Safety Private 5G Networks
220.127.116.11 Private 5GNR Access Networks
9.5 5G Devices
9.5.4 IoT/M2M Modules
9.6 5G Cybersecurity Issues
9.7 Edge Computing in 5G Networks
9.8 5G Network Slicing
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