DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Wearable Technology in Public Safety - The Dominant Role of Bodyworn Cameras" report to their offering.
In the market of wearable devices, body-worn cameras are gaining momentum in several areas. The impact of wearable devices in enterprises and governments is becoming increasingly evident. This attention is striking in public safety. For the purpose of this study, we have divided the market into two macro groups: police body-worn cameras (BWC) and beyond police body-worn cameras (BWC). This study explores the former and provides an understanding of the level of adoption and challenges to adoption of BWC in police forces. There is also consideration of the role of BWC in applications beyond police use and the market potential.
Wearable Technology in public safety is fast becoming a huge area of interest. After extensive interviews with market leaders our latest report looks at the dominant role of body-worn cameras (BWC).
In addition to the devices, an increasingly important part of these solutions is the back-end cloud storage and distribution platform for evidential quality content. This element is also covered in the report.
This report features:
- Market opportunities in the following regions
- Western Europe
- Eastern Europe and CIS
- North America
- Middle East
- Latin America
- Analysis of the adoption of BWC in law enforcement markets per region.
- A detailed competitive landscape of these regions including value proposition of competitors and their presence.
- The use of BWC beyond law enforcement applications.
- Assessment of the adoption of BWC for the period 2016-2021.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction - Research Objective & Methodology
2. Overview On Wearable Technology In Public Safety
3. The Rise Of Body-Worn Cameras For Police
4. Body-Worn Cameras - The Competitive Landscape
5. Body-Worn Cameras Beyond Police - Emerging Applications
6. Looking At The Future Of Body-Worn Cameras For Public Safety
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