According to a new market report published by Credence Research, “Critical Communication Market (By End-use Application (Defense & Public Safety Transportation, Utilities, Industrial, and Other Verticals), By Technology (Analog and Digital)) Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2017 – 2025” the critical communication is presumed to witness steady growth during the forecast 2017 to 2025.
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Critical communication systems are considered integral to mission critical operations and are majorly deployed by public safety and first responder agencies including police department, emergency medical service providers, crisis management centers, fire department, military, and federal agencies among others. Increasing incidences of terror attacks across the globe is identified as one of the major factors propelling demand for systems that help combat and limit terror attacks. The combination of terror attack threats, shortcomings of current technologies, and governments’ willingness to invest on developing robust security infrastructure to combat such threats bodes well for the market growth. The persistent terror threats coupled with growing occurrences of power outages and blackouts resulting in heavy industrial and commercial loss are expected to support demand for reliable communication systems. For instance, North America has experienced steady rise in the number of geophysical, hydrological, and meteorological disasters in recent years, leading to power outages and blackouts.
While critical communication systems have evolved over the years, becoming compact and more feature-rich, the technology development related with these systems had remained largely stagnant until very recently. Growing need for seamless communication during critical operations has forced manufacturers to turn attention towards digital critical communication systems. Digital communication systems offer greater reach, superior spectral efficiency, sophisticated calling features, and easy transition capability which has ensured their growing adoption across the verticals. The widespread roll-out of LTE-based critical communication systems have been planned over the last few years. However, its adoption has been slow due to spectrum challenges. However, with the advancements in technology, demand for LTE-based systems for critical communications is expected to upsurge, gradually replacing TETRA-based systems.
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The advancements in technology are expected to trigger replacement demand. For instance, the U.S. army is currently focusing on developing an all-in-one advanced command and control networking infrastructure capable of collecting intelligence data, fire information, airspace deconfliction, and force tracking technology. The U.S. army has claimed that the first such unit would be introduced by 2019. The introduction of such advanced variants would ultimately replace the existing equivalents driving market demand forward. Some of the leading and promising players in the critical communication market include Motorola Solutions Inc., Harris Corporation, Thales-Raytheon Systems Company LLC., JVC Kenwood Corporation, BAE Systems Plc, Elbit Systems Ltd., CACI International Inc., Lockheed Martin, and The Boeing Company among others.
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