DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pgk9zd/_internet_of) has announced the addition of the " Internet of Things in Law Enforcement Market Assessment" report to their offering.
Digitalisation of police forces around the world is increasing the use of new technologies. Budgetary pressures and the demand for increased operational efficiencies are driving law enforcement agencies to invest in technologies that allow greater access to information and data on the move. This deliverable takes a look at how the increasing adoption of connected devices by police forces around the world will affect the demand for technology, integration, and management solutions and change the supplier landscape.
- More officers globally will be equipped with connected devices and devices with multiple functions. The average number of devices per law enforcement vehicle, and the number of IP-enabled video surveillance cameras, will increase.
- Officers will increasingly carry an IP-enabled communication device (as a replacement for P25/TETRA-based radios) and body-worn video. It is not anticipated that wearables or health monitoring will have a significant market impact over the next few years.
- The increasing number of devices will lead to device or inventory management solutions as first responders start to migrate towards managed service models.
- There will be an increasing need for information management solutions as the quantity and variety of data increases. Management of data in cloud-based applications will be required to ensure effective archiving, retrieval, and security of information.
- Cybersecurity requirements will also increase as bigger networks and greater connectivity increase the exposure to threats and lead to new vulnerabilities.
- The digitalisation of public safety will lead to a supplier landscape that is composed of organisations with different heritages. The requirement for better analytics and storage solutions to deal with the increasing volume, variety, and velocity of data will attract information technology (IT) organisations, offering new applications. Greater connectivity and wireless networks will lead to communications providers having a more significant role. This will squeeze the more traditional public safety organisations that are either specialists or are government contractors.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3. Total Device Market
4. LEP Devices
5. LEV Devices
6. LEC Devices
7. IoT Challenges
8. Competitor Dynamics
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