New Public Safety Applications & Services to Emerge in Years to Come, Forecasts Mind Commerce in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com09 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Emerging technologies like augmented reality (AR) are likely to enhance the overall effectiveness of emergency response as well as to protect emergency service workers themselves. In tandem with 5G, LTE, and other state-of-the-art broadband wireless systems, AR and other technologies are projected to bring about a totally novel class of public safety applications and services that have been formerly inconceivable.
Leveraging big data analytics and IoT technologies for public safety also plays a crucial role in the tomorrow of public safety. There is a surging demand for across-the-board data connection for the population safety community. Data connectivity of the next generation is poised to stem from a slew of sources, many of which will be M2M based, necessitating little to no human interaction. There is also a chance of enhancing public safety by way of leveraging data analytics, particularly in the domain of on-line processing at the edge.
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The study gives an assessment of the present-day standing of public safety technologies and solutions and evaluates the emerging technologies and prospective future solutions. The publication also provides granular forecasts to 2020 for public safety technology expenditure in the USA. The report identifies the emerging technologies and solutions for public safety; offers a refined understanding of the usage of big data and IoT for public safety; casts light on the positioning, GIS, and location management techniques; evaluates the impact of LTE on next-gen public safety applications. The report is a comprehensive source of information on the USA public safety.
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