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Incident and emergency management: Mitigating, preparing, responding, and recovering from the disasters


These implementations of new solutions are a direct result of the increased natural disasters along with the increasing strict rules and regulations from the governments and the international regulatory bodies. These rules and regulations have made it compulsory for the governments and enterprises to implement incident and emergency management solutions and services.

There has been a significant rise in the natural and man-made disasters all around the globe. Governments of many countries are implementing new sophisticated solutions and technologies for preparing and responding to these disasters and natural calamities. These solutions help the first responders and the government officials to tackle the situation with sophisticated communication technologies, geospatial solutions, and emergency operations centers. There are different driving factors which are positively affecting their implementation.

There has been a significant usage of social media during the emergencies for communicating and locating the affected people. Many companies are also using social media as a tool for crowd sourcing and gathering important information about the affected areas. Government organizations and many companies are looking forward for making optimum utilization of social media services during the emergencies by amalgamating them with the emergency services such as public notifications, global positioning, and mass notifications.

Another driving factor for the increased usage of the incident and emergency management solutions and services is the drastic changes in the global climatic conditions. The intensity of these natural disasters has increased and it impacts life and economy of any country. Most of the underdeveloped and developing countries are implementing sophisticated solutions for incident and emergency management and the developed countries are upgrading their current solutions and services.

These implementations of new solutions are a direct result of the increased natural disasters along with the increasing strict rules and regulations from the governments and the international regulatory bodies. These rules and regulations have made it compulsory for the governments and enterprises to implement incident and emergency management solutions and services.

Currently, different countries around the globe are also facing the problems of terrorist attacks, bio-terrorism, and home violence. These issues have also made the governments to plan, prepare, and respond to these situations.

These growing trends have pushed the overall market of incident and emergency management. The global market for incident and emergency management is expected to grow from $69.47 billion in 2013 to $93.39 billion by 2018, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.0% from 2013 to 2018.

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