Next-Generation 911—The Future of Public Safety, Forecast to 2023

Next-Generation 911—The Future of Public Safety, Forecast to 2023

Public Safety Paradigm Shift Triggers Growth Opportunities for Next-Gen Core Services

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31-Oct-2018
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Research Code: 9ABE-00-3A-00-00
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Evolving consumer behavior, driven by technology innovation, has created unique challenges for public safety answering points (PSAPs). New technologies have fundamentally changed the way we live, communicate, and interact, ushering in an array of new requirements and opportunities for public safety entities.

In contrast to a legacy voice-centric E9-1-1 network, NG9-1-1 supports a more diverse set of IP-based communications, including text, data, photos, and video exchanges that enhance the speed, accuracy, and preparation of first responders. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is working closely with key stakeholders in the public safety sector to ensure a seamless and cost-effective transition to NG9-1-1.

There are several core benefits of NG9-1-1. Public safety organizations will benefit from enhanced network capacity and performance from the replacement of circuit-switched networks to IP networks. Furthermore, NG9-1-1interconnects PSAPs and other agencies in a standards-based way, enabling shared resources, information, and costs including computer-aided dispatch (CAD), records management systems (RMS), customer premise equipment (CPE), recording systems, and other applications. Finally, NG9-1-1 introduces an array of innovative features and functionality that will significantly expand public safety capabilities and allow end users to efficiently relay text, data, video and IP-based voice calls in emergency situations.

The entry of large integrators has accelerated progress and reduced complexity of NG9-1-1. The integrator brings together the component sub-systems, including the ESInet, geographic information systems (GIS), next-gen core services (NGCS), and customer premise equipment (CPE), into one functioning system.

In this rapidly evolving environment, PSAPs will be challenged to keep up with the pace of technology innovation and consumer expectations. The public safety sector is obligated to conform. Replacing legacy systems with new versatile NG9-1-1 solutions is a critical step in the journey towards digital transformation.

The aim of this study is to identify key NG9-1-1 industry trends and analyze the ecosystem, with special attention to Next Gen Core Service (NGCS) providers.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What is the NG9-1-1 vision and where is the industry in terms of progress?
  • Who are the key market participants in the NG9-1-1 ecosystem? Where do they reside within the NG9-1-1 ecosystem?
  • What are the core components of an i3-compliant NG9-1-1 system? Who are they key vendors that can provide this technology?
  • How much of the US population is currently covered by closed ESInet contracts? How will this evolve over the next 5 years?
  • How large is the NGCS market? How will this grow over the next 5 years? Which NGCS vendors have the most significant market share?

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Defining NG9-1-1

Executive Summary—PSAP at Center of Convergence Between NG9-1-1 & FirstNet

Executive Summary—NG9-1-1 High-level Objectives

Executive Summary—NG9-1-1 Ecosystem

Executive Summary—A Look Back, A Look Forward

Executive Summary—Strategic Imperative for Public Safety 9-1-1 Administrators

Executive Summary—The Future of Public Safety: A Paradigm Shift for 9-1-1

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Executive Summary—Key Findings (continued)

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Next Gen 9-1-1 Market Dynamics

NG9-1-1 Ecosystem

NG9-1-1 Ecosystem—Key Market Participants

NG9-1-1 Ecosystem Discussion

Overview of an i3-compliant NG911 System

NG9-1-1 Technical Discussion

Industry Statistics and Trends

Mobile Data Consumption Forecast 2016–2023

Digital Transformation Transforms Consumer Behavior

Digital Transformation Trends

ESInet Market Metrics—Assumptions, Methodology, and Definitions

ESInet Market Penetration Forecast

ESInet Penetration Discussion

NG9-1-1 Primary Contract Holders Market Share (YE 2017)

Market Share Discussion—Primary NG9-1-1 Contract Holders (YE 2017)

Market Share Discussion—Primary NG9-1-1 Contract Holders (YE 2017) (continued)

NG9-1-1 Ecosystem—Spotlight on NGCS

NGCS Market Metrics—Assumptions, Methodology, and Definitions

NGCS Provider Market Revenue Forecast

NGCS Market Metrics Discussion

Leading NGCS Providers—Technical Capabilities

Next Gen Core Services (NGCS) Provider Market Share (YE 2017)

West Safety Services

Comtech Telecommunications Corp

INdigital

Synergem Technologies

Solacom

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Opportunities

Top Growth Opportunities for Market Participants

Definitions and Acronyms

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Evolving consumer behavior, driven by technology innovation, has created unique challenges for public safety answering points (PSAPs). New technologies have fundamentally changed the way we live, communicate, and interact, ushering in an array of new requirements and opportunities for public safety entities. In contrast to a legacy voice-centric E9-1-1 network, NG9-1-1 supports a more diverse set of IP-based communications, including text, data, photos, and video exchanges that enhance the speed, accuracy, and preparation of first responders. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is working closely with key stakeholders in the public safety sector to ensure a seamless and cost-effective transition to NG9-1-1. There are several core benefits of NG9-1-1. Public safety organizations will benefit from enhanced network capacity and performance from the replacement of circuit-switched networks to IP networks. Furthermore, NG9-1-1interconnects PSAPs and other agencies in a standards-based way, enabling shared resources, information, and costs including computer-aided dispatch (CAD), records management systems (RMS), customer premise equipment (CPE), recording systems, and other applications. Finally, NG9-1-1 introduces an array of innovative features and functionality that will significantly expand public safety capabilities and allow end users to efficiently relay text, data, video and IP-based voice calls in emergency situations. The entry of large integrators has accelerated progress and reduced complexity of NG9-1-1. The integrator brings together the component sub-systems, including the ESInet, geographic information systems (GIS), next-gen core services (NGCS), and customer premise equipment (CPE), into one functioning system. In this rapidly evolving environment, PSAPs will be challenged to keep up with the pace of technology innovation and consumer expectations. The public safety sector is obligated to conform. Replacing legacy systems with new versatile
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