The business case for 5G for indoor solutions relies heavily on time-sensitive communications

DUBLIN, September 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Report “Mission Critical Communications Market by Enterprise, Industrial and Government Solutions 2022 – 2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

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This report assesses leading public safety technologies and solutions as well as emerging key areas for critical communications, including 5G, AI and IoT. This report also assesses emerging areas of mission-critical communications, including ultra-reliable, low-latency communications for business, industry and government sectors.

The mission-critical communications market is changing rapidly as developing technologies provide the solutions needed to meet the emerging demand for enhanced voice, data, and machine-oriented communications. Verticals that manage critical infrastructure (such as utilities, ports, and transportation) also require improved communications to protect assets and optimize operations.

We see a few technologies playing a key role, including 5G solutions, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Additionally, there is a strong opportunity for network and system integration as otherwise disparate solutions converge in such a way that managing operations does not become onerous.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Presentation

3. Public safety technologies and solutions
3.1 Public safety in perspective
3.2 Public Safety Expectations
3.2.1 Real-time access to information
3.2.2 Connectivity anytime, anywhere
3.2.3 Increased Situational Awareness
3.3 Public Safety Objectives
3.3.1 Prevention
3.3.2 Detection
3.3.3 Mitigation
3.3.4 Investigation
3.4 Public Safety Infrastructure
3.4.1 Critical control systems
3.4.2 Critical communication networks
3.4.3 Monitoring and identification
3.4.4 Disaster emergency management
3.5 Emergency response and control
3.5.1 Emergency medical services
3.5.2 Fire/Rescue
3.5.3 Law enforcement
3.5.4 Stakeholder coordination
3.6 Current Technologies Supporting Public Safety
3.6.1 Public Safety Response Points
3.6.2 Geographic Information Systems
3.6.3 Enhanced Wireless 9-1-1
3.6.4 Indoor location systems
3.6.5 MRLs for Public Safety Communications
3.6.6 LTE for public safety communications
3.6.7 Lawful interception/CALEA

4. 5G technology and solutions
4.1 5G equipment and network operation
4.1.1 LTE Foundation, Device Ecosystem, LAA and 5G Readiness
4.1.2 Spectrum sharing and use
4.1.3 Narrowband 5G for Massive IoT
4.1.4 Multi-connectivity architecture with deployment of small cells
4.1.5 Relevance of mobile IoT technology: NB-IoT and eMTC
4.1.6 OSS/BSS architecture for 5G service operation
4.1.7 Impact of multi-antenna and beamforming
4.1.8 5G network slicing
4.1.9 Continuation of LTE in the post-5G era
4.1.10 Service design, ROI and 5G network
4.2 5G Technology and Network Impacts
4.2.1 Network coverage and efficiency
4.2.2 Network spectrum efficiency
4.2.3 Data rate
4.2.4 Connection density
4.2.5 Ultra-reliable low-latency communication
4.2.6 Network energy consumption
4.2.7 Improved battery life
4.2.8 Improved air interface flexibility and versatility
4.2.9 Massive MIMO
4.2.10 Millimeter wave technology
4.2.11 Integration of access and backhaul
4.2.12 D2D Communications
4.2.13 Flexible duplex: FDD and TDD
4.2.14 Multi-antenna transmission scenario
4.2.15 Decoupling of user data from the control system
4.3 5G technology and network architecture
4.3.1 Massive MIMO and Beamforming
4.3.2 RAN cloud
4.3.3 Broadband and satellite spectrum
4.3.4 New 5G Radio
4.3.5 Software-defined air interface
4.3.6 Virtualization of network functions
4.3.7 Self-Organizing Network and Self-Healing Network
4.3.8 HetNet and H-CRAN
4.3.9 Large-scale cooperative spatial signal processing
4.3.10 Software Defined Radio
4.3.11 Visible light communications
4.3.12 Multilayer controller
4.3.13 Cognitive radios and transmission technologies
4.3.14 Scalable OFDM and subcarrier spacing
4.4 5G network implementation
4.4.1 Base stations
4.4.2 Small cells
4.4.3 Macrocells
4.4.4 Baseband Units and RF Units
4.4.5 Mobile core
4.4.6 Remote radio heads
4.4.7 Front-haul and backhaul networks
4.5 Supported solutions LTE Advanced, LTE Pro and beyond
4.5.1 Mobile IoT and M2M communication
4.5.2 Broadcast services and immersive entertainment
4.5.3 Vehicular communication
4.5.4 Public Safety Network
4.5.5 Smart city applications
4.5.6 Private company network

5. AI technology and ecosystem analysis
5.1 AI Technology Matrix
5.1.1 Automatic learning
5.1.2 Natural language processing
5.1.3 Computer vision
5.1.4 Voice recognition
5.1.5 Context sensitive processing
5.1.6 Artificial neural network
5.1.7 Predictive APIs
5.1.8 Autonomous robotics
5.2 Preparation of AI technology
5.3 Machine Learning API
5.3.1 IBM Watson APIs
5.3.2 Microsoft Azure Machine Learning API
5.3.3 Google Prediction API
5.3.4 Amazon Machine Learning API
5.3.5 BigML
5.3.6 AT&T Voice API
5.3.7 With.ai
5.3.8 AlchemyAPI
5.3.9 Diffbot
5.3.10 PredictionIO
5.3.11 General application environment
5.4 Objectives of AI technology
5.5 AI tools and approaches
5.6 AI in emotion detection
5.6.1 Face Detection API
5.6.2 Text Recognition API
5.6.3 Speech recognition API
5.7 IoT Application and Big Data Analysis
5.8 Data Science and Predictive Analytics
5.9 Edge Computing and 5G Network
5.10 Cloud computing and machine learning
5.11 Smart Machine and Virtual Pairing
5.12 Factory Automation and Industry 4.0
5.13 Building Automation and Smart Workplace
5.14 Cloud Robotics and Public Safety
5.15 Autonomous network and domain-specific network
5.16 Predictive 3D design

6. IoT Technology and Value Chain Analysis
6.1 Building Blocks of IoT Semiconductors
6.1.1 Wireless sensors
6.1.2 IoT Processors
6.1.3 Gateways
6.1.4 Applications
6.2 IoT Chipsets
6.3 Network technology and protocols
6.4 Real-Time Operating System
6.4.1 Open-source RTOS
6.4.2 Commercial RTOS
6.4.3 Distributed flow computing platforms
6.5 IoT software and platforms
6.5.1 IoT Analysis
6.5.2 IoT Security
6.5.3 IoT Device Management
6.5.4 IoT standard and API interoperability
6.6 IoT Industry Applications
6.7 Value chain analysis
6.7.1 IoT Hardware Device Supplier
6.7.2 IoT Component Supplier
6.7.3 IoT Platform Provider
6.7.4 IoT Software and Service Provider
6.8 IoT Investment and Market Alliances
6.9 Role of mobile network operators
6.10 Next Generation IoT and Public Safety
6.10.1 IoT and Public Safety Opportunity Areas
6.10.2 Integrating IoT with public safety communications
6.10.3 Integration of IoT and executive communications

7. Communication Critical to Public Safety and Business
7.1 Deployment Status
7.2 Critical communications defined by 3GPP
7.2.1 Push to talk mission critical
7.2.2 PTT, video and critical data
7.2.3 Isolated LTE operation for public safety
7.2.4 High power user equipment
7.3 IoT to improve public safety
7.4 Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications or URLLC
7.5 Comparison of 5G with Wi-Fi version 6

8. Critical Communications Market Analysis and Forecast
8.1 Global Critical Communications Market 2022-2027
8.1.1 Critical Communications Managed Services Market
8.1.2 Critical Communications Market by Segment
8.1.3 Critical Communications Market by Public Safety Vertical
8.1.4 Market for AI-powered IoT Critical Communications in Public Safety
8.2 Regional Critical Communications Market 2022-2027

9. Critical Business Analysis
9.1 AGT International
9.2 Atos SE
9.3 Cisco Systems
9.4 Dataminer
9.5 Enforsys
9.6 ESRI
9.7 General Dynamics Corporation
9.8 L3Harris Technologies
9.9 Hexagon
9.10 Hitachi Vantara
9.11 Honeywell International
9.12 Huawei Technologies
9.13IBM
9.14 Ericsson
9.15 Motorola Solutions
9.16 NEC Company
9.17 Nice systems
9.18 Nokia Company
9.19 Northrop Grumman Company
9.20 RapidSOS
9.21 SAP OS
9.22 SAS
9.23 Sonim Technologies
9.24 Tyler Technologies
9.25 FirstNet
9.26 Verizon
9.27 ATT
9.28 Red Box Recorders Ltd.
9.29 iNet Public Safety
9:30 a.m. Codan Communications
9.31 Intellitech Corporation
9.32 Parallel Wireless
9.33 Twilio
9.34 Intersec
9.35 Bandwidth
9.36 Underside
9.37 Comtech

10. Mission Critical Business Case Studies
10.1 AT&T
10.1.1 Business background
10.1.2 Product Portfolio
10.1.3 Recent Developments
10.2 Motorola Solutions
10.3 Nokia
10.4 L3Harris
10.5 Ericsson
10.6 ZTE
10.7 Huawei Technologies
10.8 Hytera
10.9 Ascom
10.10 Cobham Wireless

11. Critical Communication Case Studies
11.1 Modernizing public safety applications and services
11.2 5G connected ambulances
11.3 Intelligent, multi-service and ultra-broadband network architecture
11.4 Preparing for tsunamis with connected drones
11.5 Emergency communication platforms

12. Conclusions and recommendations
12.1 Public Safety Sector
12.2 Companies and industrial sectors

13. Appendix: Critical Communications Infrastructure, LTE and 5G in Industry Verticals
13.1 Critical Communication Infrastructure Market
13.1.1 Mission Critical Communications by Equipment, Software and Service
13.1.2 Critical Communication Infrastructure by Platform Type
13.2 LTE and 5G Critical Communications Market
13.2.1 Critical Communication Applications 2022 – 2027
13.2.2 Critical Communications by Major Market Segment 2022-2027
13.3 New 5G radio in industrial critical communications
13.3.1 5GNR Applications in Industrial Automation 2022 – 2027
13.3.2 5GNR Applications by Deployment Type 2022 – 2027
13.3.3 Industrial Automation Market in Private 5GNR 2022-2027
13.3.4 Private 5GNR in Industrial Automation by Application 2022 – 2027
13.4 Critical 5G ultra-reliable low latency communications

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