Global Automotive Location-based Services Growth Opportunities

Global Automotive Location-based Services Growth Opportunities

Growth Strategies of Location-based Services for Public Sector to Improve Government-resident Interaction and Address Residents’ Changing Needs

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28-Jul-2021
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Research Code: PB91-01-00-00-00
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Cities are constantly expanding with a continuous increase in the number of residents, straining public sector agencies across the globe. Resident needs have increased making it increasingly difficult for public sector agencies to cater to these changing needs of public at large. In addition, global events, such as the pandemic, have further strained public sector operations that face new challenges, such as shortage of labor, remote working operations, movement restriction, along with the increase in needs of residents. To address these issues, public sectors are looking at deploying solutions to aid in efficient and effective management of interaction with residents while also improving public experience.

The COVID-19 pandemic will lead to long-lasting impacts on the ways organizations and governments function, which will result in use and deployment of solutions that increasingly support remote operations and reduce human interaction while improving response to individual needs. Location will be a key aspect to deploy solutions, such as resource allocation, incident management, and traffic management.

Author: Shantanu Gangakhedkar

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Location-based Services

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Application of Location-based Services in the Public Sector

Stakeholders in the LBS Ecosystem

Value Chain of LBS in the Public Sector

Challenges of Public Sector

Needs of the Public Sector

Trends of LBS Application in Public Sector

Growth Drivers for LBS in the Public Sector

Growth Restraints for LBS in the Public Sector

Future Applications of LBS in the Public Sector

Key Players

Key Players (continued)

Use Case—Citizen Apps

Use Case—Location-based Dispatch of Emergency Services

Use Case—Location-based Incident Alerting

Growth Opportunity 1: Location-based Services to Support a Wide Range of Public Sector Operations

Growth Opportunity 1: Location-based Services to Support a Wide Range of Public Sector Operations (continued)

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Cities are constantly expanding with a continuous increase in the number of residents, straining public sector agencies across the globe. Resident needs have increased making it increasingly difficult for public sector agencies to cater to these changing needs of public at large. In addition, global events, such as the pandemic, have further strained public sector operations that face new challenges, such as shortage of labor, remote working operations, movement restriction, along with the increase in needs of residents. To address these issues, public sectors are looking at deploying solutions to aid in efficient and effective management of interaction with residents while also improving public experience. The COVID-19 pandemic will lead to long-lasting impacts on the ways organizations and governments function, which will result in use and deployment of solutions that increasingly support remote operations and reduce human interaction while improving response to individual needs. Location will be a key aspect to deploy solutions, such as resource allocation, incident management, and traffic management. Author: Shantanu Gangakhedkar
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Author Shantanu Gangakhedkar
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number PB91-01-00-00-00
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