Incident and Emergency Management Market

Incident and Emergency Management Market by Component, (Solutions (Emergency/Mass Notification System, Perimeter Intrusion Detection, and Fire and HAZMAT), Services, and Communication Systems), Simulation, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2024

Report Code: TC 2158 Oct, 2019, by marketsandmarkets.com

[179 Pages Report] MarketsandMarkets forecasts the global incident and emergency management market size to grow from USD 107.0  billion in 2019 to USD 148.5 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2019 to 2024. The increasing criminal activities and terrorist attacks, and the occurrence of unpredictable natural disasters due to the ever-changing climate conditions are some of the major factors expected to drive the growth of this market.

Insident and Emergency Management Market

Market Dynamics

Driver:

Increase in government regulations and norms

Government regulations are constantly evolving and need to be followed strictly both by organizations and by people. Governments of many developed and developing countries are making considerable changes in their policies and regulations for managing incidents and emergencies. These changes have been taken into consideration, due to the increasing number of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and criminal activities. The World Health Organization (WHO), a specialized agency of the United Nations is concerned about the international public health and safety in emergency situations. In 2013, China experienced many natural disasters, which included 17 floods and landslides, 15 storms, 7 earthquakes, and 1 drought. As a result, many developing countries opted to implement incident and emergency management solutions for public safety. The FEMA in the US has strict rules and regulations for the local governments to implement incident and emergency management solutions. Many developed and developing countries are also upgrading to technologically advanced emergency management solutions and services.

Restraint:

Incident and emergency management is often prioritized low due to political factors

Disasters (natural/man-made) and their aftermath have the substantial potential to affect the political environment of a community, state, or nation. After a disaster, coordination and engagement by participants at all levels of the government are required to set overall priorities and objectives for disaster recovery. It becomes necessary to execute a plan of emergency management action to overcome the critical situation of any critical incident. However, a number of politicians are involved, and so, slow response to operations can cause confusions in the decision-making and delay the adoption of incident management solutions. When it comes to disaster response and recovery aspects, service chiefs, professional emergency managers, and other staff should treat it as high priority, irrespective of any political influence. Incident and emergency management services are imperative for a nation, yet it is often prioritized low, due to political pressure and other associated factors.

Opportunity:

Advancements in emergency management technologies

Companies have been continuously working on new technologies, such as crowdsourcing, early warning systems, Q-Rad tools, tsunami apps, sophisticated early warning systems, advanced communication technologies, geospatial solutions, and simulation tools and solutions, which would help in planning, preparing, and mitigating emergencies. These new technological innovations and services provide an edge for the growth of the incident and emergency management market. The innovations by tier 1 companies for new technologies would also provide opportunities for the growth of the incident and emergency management vendors. There are other technologies such as landslide sensors and warning systems; open source, portable telecom towers; hazard tracker applications; aerial drones for disaster relief missions; and automatic satellite image analysis, which help mitigate disasters and reduce the costs associated with the management.

Challenge:

Disconnection between the disaster risk reduction policy and the emergency management in practice

The growing human population and developing infrastructure and housing are on the rise in disaster-prone areas, which leads to several harmful consequences. Climatic changes have worsened this situation, and people today are more exposed to disasters than ever. Such a scenario challenges the existing policies that promise to deal with disasters and provide a stable risk-free environment. At all levels of governments, an apparent disconnect between the emergency management in practice and the formulated risk reduction strategies has been noticed. The gap between real implementation issues and international efforts at the domestic level slows down the process of disaster risk reduction and emergency management. Several barriers disrupt the incident and emergency management, and these include the lack of financial, technical, and human resources; poor coordination between agencies; and the lack of awareness of various disaster management strategies.

The consulting service segment is expected to hold a larger size during the forecast period within the incident and emergency management market

Robust processes and planning are required to prepare for emergencies. Many companies provide emergency planning, consulting, and process development services. These services are provided at local, state, and federal levels. Companies design, develop, plan, and prepare for natural and man-made disasters, and provide end-to-end consulting services for emergency management.

Consulting services include technology consulting in planning and designing of emergency management and preparedness infrastructure. These services ultimately ensure the increased realization of benefits, along with enabling proactive risk management and better alignment of program objectives and business goals. Companies such as Lockheed Martin provide government organizations and enterprises with consulting services for the incident and emergency management.

First responder tools segment to grow at a higher rate during the forecast period

First responder tools include all the technology devices that assist departments and teams in providing early aid or action during an emergency. The first responders include medical teams, police and security personnel, and fire departments. These first responders use sophisticated communication devices that can be used during emergencies, which include wearable devices such as smart glass, smartwatch, wearable camera, Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA), Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and Very High Frequency (VHF) radios, and land mobile radios.

Many communication companies are coming up with public safety LTE communication solutions, along with next-generation software-defined radios and cognitive radios. Though radios have traditionally been the most commonly used first responder tools in case of emergencies, the use of smartphones and smart devices are the most preferred first responder tools, which has increased tremendously over the past decade. In the current scenario, smart gateways can connect sensors, such as body cameras, heart rate monitors, and locator beacons worn by the first responders and feed that data back to a command center so that it can be accessed at a later stage.

The fire and HAZMAT solutions are expected to hold the largest market size during the forecast period

The fire and HAZMAT solution helps in detecting and assessing chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive materials. It helps the first responders in detecting contaminations caused due to hazardous materials. Various companies provide devices that are used for hazardous material monitoring in public places and send alerts to EOCs in case of potential threats.

Fire and HAZMAT solution is adopted majorly among verticals, such as commercial and industrial, government and defense, energy and utilities, and healthcare. The fire and HAZMAT solution also helps the security and public organizations in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) for bomb disposal operations. With the help of GPS-enabled devices, wireless connectivity, man-down alarms, biometric tracking, and tablet integration, Fire and HAZMAT solution prevent from any loss caused by the disaster. FLIR Systems, Chemring Detection Systems (CDS), Bruker, MSA, Smiths Detection, and Environics Oy are the major market players that provide these systems.

Insident and Emergency Management Market

North America to hold the largest market size during the forecast period

North America is expected to hold the largest market size in the global incident and emergency management market, while Asia Pacific (APAC) is likely to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. North America is expected to be the leading region in terms of adopting incident and emergency management solutions and services. The developed economies of North America, such as the US and Canada, there is a high focus on innovations obtained from Research and Development (R&D) and technology. The APAC region is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the incident and emergency management market, due to an increase in government expenditure on emergency and disaster management systems to safeguard people from disasters.

Key incident and emergency management market players

Major vendors in the global market include Honeywell (US), Lockheed Martin (US), Motorola Solutions (US), Siemens (Germany), NEC Corporation (Japan), Collins Aerospace (US), IBM (US), Hexagon (Sweden), Esri (US), MissionMode (US), Alert Technologies (US), The Response Group (US), Everbridge (US), Juvare (US), Haystax Technology (US), Veoci (US), MetricStream (US), Noggin (Australia), LogicGate (US), 4C Strategies (Sweden), Resolver (Canada). These vendors have adopted various organic and inorganic growth strategies, such as new product launches, partnerships and collaborations, and mergers and acquisitions, to expand their presence in the global incident and emergency management market further.

Honeywell (US) is Honeywell provides dedicated emergency management solutions for secured communications and emergency alerts. Honeywell’s emergency management solutions are not only restricted to governmental organizations but are also used in educational institutions, private organizations, and critical infrastructures. This diversified portfolio of emergency management products has helped the company to increase its reach in the incident and emergency management market. Honeywell focuses on acquisitions and new product launch as part of its core development strategy in the incident and emergency management industry.

Scope of Incident and Emergency Management Market Report

Report Metric

Details

Market size available for years

2017-2024

Base year considered

2018

Forecast period

2019-2024

Forecast units

Value (USD)

Segments covered

Component, Solution, Service, Communication System, Simulation, Vertical, and Region

Geographies covered

North America, Europe, APAC, MEA, and Latin America

Companies covered

It includes 21 major vendors, namely, Honeywell (US), Lockheed Martin (US), Motorola Solutions (US), Siemens (Germany), NEC Corporation (Japan), Collins Aerospace (US), IBM (US), Hexagon (Sweden), Esri (US), MissionMode (US), Alert Technologies (US), The Response Group (US), Everbridge (US), Juvare (US), Haystax Technology (US), Veoci (US), MetricStream (US), Noggin (Australia), LogicGate (US), 4C Strategies (Sweden), Resolver (Canada).

This research report categorizes the incident and emergency management market to forecast revenues and analyze trends in each of the following submarkets:

By Component:

  • Solution
  • Services
  • Communication System

By Solution:

By Service:

  • Consulting
  • Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Design and Integration
  • Training and Simulation
  • Public Information Services

By Communication System:

  • Campaign Management
  • First Responder Tools
  • Satellite Assisted Equipment
  • Vehicle Ready Gateways
  • Emergency Response Radars

By Simulation:

  • Traffic Simulation Systems
  • Hazard Propagation Simulation tools
  • Incident and Evacuation Simulation tools

By Vertical:

  • BFSI
  • Commercial and Industrial
  • Education
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Healthcare and Life Sciences
  • Defense and Military
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Government
  • Others (BFSI, Telecom, ITES, and Hospitality)

By Region:

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
  • Europe
  • Germany
    • UK
    • France
    • Rest of Europe
  • APAC
    • China
    • Japan
    • India
    • Rest of APAC
  • MEA
    • Middle East and North Africa
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Rest of Latin America

Critical questions the report answers

  • What are new market segments to focus over the next 2–5 years for prioritizing the efforts and investments?
  • What are the current trends that are driving the incident and emergency management market?
  • Who are the top vendors in the market and what is their competitive analysis?
  • What are the innovations and developments done by the major market players?
  • What are the regulatory implications that impact the market directly and indirectly?
  • Which region is expected to lead the global market at the end of the forecast period?

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction (Page No. - 21)
    1.1 Objectives of the Study
    1.2 Market Definition
           1.2.1 Inclusions and Exclusions
    1.3 Market Scope
           1.3.1 Market Segmentation
           1.3.2 Regions Covered
    1.4 Years Considered for the Study
    1.5 Currency Considered
    1.6 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology (Page No. - 25)
    2.1 Research Data
           2.1.1 Secondary Data
           2.1.2 Primary Data
                    2.1.2.1 Breakup of Primary Profiles
                    2.1.2.2 Key Industry Insights
    2.2 Market Breakup and Data Triangulation
    2.3 Market Size Estimation
           2.3.1 Top-Down Approach
           2.3.2 Bottom-Up Approach
    2.4 Market Forecast
    2.5 Assumptions for the Study
    2.6 Limitations of the Study

3 Executive Summary (Page No. - 31)

4 Premium Insights (Page No. - 34)
    4.1 Attractive Market Opportunities in the Market
    4.2 North America: Market By Solution and Country
    4.3 Incident and Emergency Management Market: Major Countries

5 Market Overview (Page No. - 36)
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Market Dynamics
           5.2.1 Drivers
                    5.2.1.1 Growth in Criminal Activities and Terrorist Attacks
                    5.2.1.2 Occurrence of Unpredictable Natural Disasters Due to the Ever-Changing Climatic Conditions
           5.2.2 Restraints
                    5.2.2.1 False Alarm Rates
           5.2.3 Opportunities
                    5.2.3.1 Technological Advancements in Communications Infrastructure
                    5.2.3.2 Proliferation of Social Media Platforms
                    5.2.3.3 Situational Awareness Tools Bring Equal Value to Daily and Emergency Operation
           5.2.4 Challenges
                    5.2.4.1 High Installation and Maintenance Costs for SMEs
                    5.2.4.2 Hardware Infrastructure is Prone to A Single Point of Failure
    5.3 Use Cases
           5.3.1 Use Case 1
           5.3.2 Use Case 2
           5.3.3 Use Case 3
    5.4 Impact of Disruptive Technologies
           5.4.1 Artificial Intelligence
           5.4.2 Internet of Things
           5.4.3 Drones

6 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Component (Page No. - 42)
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Solutions
           6.2.1 Growing Need to Minimize Losses Caused By Disasters to Drive the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Solutions
    6.3 Services
           6.3.1 Increasing Need for Incident and Emergency Management Integrated With Systems of Enterprises to Fuel the Demand for Incident and Emergency Management Services
    6.4 Communication Systems
           6.4.1 Need for Immediate Response to Drive the Demand for Communication Systems

7 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Solution (Page No. - 47)
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Web-Based Emergency Management System
           7.2.1 Need for A 360°view of the Affected Area to Boost the Adoption of Web-Based Emergency Management System
    7.3 Emergency/Mass Notification System
           7.3.1 Need to Inform Masses and Relief Agencies About Emergencies and Due Course of Action Driving the Adoption of Emergency/Mass Notification System
    7.4 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
           7.4.1 Increasing Demand for Preventive, Detective, and Corrective Solutions to Continue Business Processes Driving the Adoption of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Solution
    7.5 Perimeter Intrusion Detection
           7.5.1 Rising Need to Monitor and Prevent Damages and Unauthorized Access to Critical Infrastructure From Internal Or External Threat Driving the Adoption of Perimeter Intrusion Detection Solution
    7.6 Geospatial
           7.6.1 Growing Need to Obtain the Precise Location of A Disaster and Take Well-Informed Recovery Decisions Driving the Adoption of Geospatial Solution
    7.7 Fire and Hazmat
           7.7.1 Need for Early Detection of Radiological and Contamination-Related Disasters to Drive the Adoption of Fire and Hazmat Solution

8 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Service (Page No. - 55)
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Consulting
           8.2.1 Need for Sufficient Planning and Preparation to Boost the Demand for Consulting Services
    8.3 Emergency Operation Center Design and Integration
           8.3.1 Need to Monitor Operational Activities for Disaster Management Driving the Demand for Eoc Design and Integration Services
    8.4 Training and Simulation
           8.4.1 Growing Need to Provide Enhanced Emergency Services Driving the Demand for of Training and Simulation Services
    8.5 Public Information Services
           8.5.1 Need to Provide Relevant Information Regarding the Situation to the Masses Driving the Demand for Public Information Services

9 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Communication System (Page No. - 61)
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 First Responder Tools
           9.2.1 Growing Number of Smart Devices to Drive the Growth of First Responder Tools Segment
    9.3 Satellite Assisted Equipment
           9.3.1 Growing Need for Higher Bandwidth and Mobility to Boost the Adoption of Satellite Assisted Equipment
    9.4 Vehicle-Ready Gateways
           9.4.1 Need to Provide Coverage, Data Transfer, and Communication Between the Control Center and the First Responders Driving the Demand for Vehicle-Ready Gateways
    9.5 Emergency Response Radars
           9.5.1 Demand for Early Warnings to Government Organizations and First Responders to Prepare for Various Disasters Driving the Growth of Emergency Response Radars Segment

10 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Simulation (Page No. - 67)
     10.1 Introduction
     10.2 Traffic Simulation Systems
             10.2.1 Need for Alternative Routes and Exit Points During Traffic Congestions to Drive the Growth of Traffic Simulation Systems Segment
     10.3 Hazard Propagation Simulation Tools
             10.3.1 Need for Ways to Minimize Damage and Analyze the State of Emergencies to Boost the Adoption of Hazard Propagation Simulation Tools
     10.4 Incident and Evacuation Simulation Tools
             10.4.1 Need to Analyze, Plan, and Educate People About Disasters, Incidents, and Emergency Situations Driving the Growth of Incident and Evacuation Simulation Tools Segment

11 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Vertical (Page No. - 70)
     11.1 Introduction
     11.2 Commercial and Industrial
             11.2.1 Need to Alert and Inform Masses Regarding Possible Emergencies and Mishaps Driving the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Commercial and Industrial Vertical
     11.3 Education
             11.3.1 Growing Need to Ensure the Safety and Security of Students and Faculty Members Driving the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Among Educational Institutions
     11.4 Energy and Utilities
             11.4.1 Fluctuating Weather Conditions and Vulnerability to Industrial Accidents Driving the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Energy and Utilities Vertical
     11.5 Healthcare and Life Sciences
             11.5.1 Need to Save and Secure A Patient’s Confidential Data Driving the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Healthcare and Life Sciences Vertical
     11.6 Defense and Military
             11.6.1 Need for Reliable, Fast, and Ultra-Secure Communication to Boost the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Defense and Military Vertical
     11.7 Transportation and Logistics
             11.7.1 Threats Such as Terror Activities, Plane Hijacks, Smuggling, and Weather-Related Situations to Spur the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Transportation and Logistics Vertical
     11.8 Government
             11.8.1 Growing Need to Coordinate Among Citizens, Organizations, and Agencies During Natural Calamities Or Attacks Driving the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in Government Sector
     11.9 Others

12 Incident and Emergency Management Market By Region (Page No. - 80)
     12.1 Introduction
     12.2 North America
             12.2.1 United States
                        12.2.1.1 Prominent Incident and Emergency Management Vendors in the Region to Drive the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Solutions in the US
             12.2.2 Canada
                        12.2.2.1 Increase in Internet Users to Drive the Growth of Incident and Emergency Management Market in Canada
     12.3 Europe
             12.3.1 United Kingdom
                        12.3.1.1 Safety Laws and Compliances to Fuel the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Solutions in the UK
     12.4 Asia Pacific
             12.4.1 China
                        12.4.1.1 Technological Advancement Across Commercial and Industrial Sectors to Drive the Growth of Market in China
             12.4.2 Japan
                        12.4.2.1 Introduction of Risk Assessments and Establishment of Oshms to Fuel the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Solutions in Japan
             12.4.3 South Korea
                        12.4.3.1 Introduction of Government Initiative and Safety Laws to Drive the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Solutions in South Korea
             12.4.4 India
                        12.4.4.1 Growing Industrialization and Rise in the Number of Natural and Man-Made Incidents to Drive the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Solutions in India
             12.4.5 Rest of Asia Pacific
     12.5 Middle East and Africa
             12.5.1 Middle East and North Africa
                        12.5.1.1 Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management in the Oil and Gas Vertical to Drive the Growth of Market in Mena
             12.5.2 Sub-Saharan Africa
                        12.5.2.1 Government Initiatives to Drive the Adoption of Safety and Emergency Systems in the Sub-Saharan Africa
     12.6 Latin America
             12.6.1 Mexico
                        12.6.1.1 Growing It Infrastructure to Fuel the Adoption of Incident and Emergency Management Solutions in Mexico
             12.6.2 Brazil
                        12.6.2.1 Emerging Startups in Brazil to Drive the Growth of Incident and Emergency Management Market in the Coming Years in Brazil
             12.6.3 Rest of Latin America

13 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 133)
     13.1 Competitive Scenario
             13.1.1 New Product Launches
             13.1.2 Acquisitions
             13.1.3 Partnerships and Collaborations
     13.2 Competitive Leadership Mapping
             13.2.1 Visionary Leaders
             13.2.2 Innovators
             13.2.3 Dynamic Differentiators
             13.2.4 Emerging Companies

14 Company Profiles (Page No. - 137)
     14.1 Introduction
(Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MnM View)*
     14.2 Honeywell
     14.3 Lockheed Martin
     14.4 MotoRoLA Solutions
     14.5 Siemens
     14.6 NEC Corporation
     14.7 Collins Aerospace
     14.8 IBM
     14.9 Hexagon
     14.10 ESRI
     14.11 Missionmode
     14.12 Alert Technologies
     14.13 Everbridge
     14.14 The Response Group
     14.15 Juvare
     14.16 Haystax Technology
     14.17 Veoci
     14.18 Metricstream
     14.19 Noggin
     14.20 Logicgate
     14.21 4C Strategies
     14.22 Resolver

*Details on Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MnM View Might Not Be Captured in Case of Unlisted Companies.

15 Appendix (Page No. - 172)
     15.1 Discussion Guide
     15.2 Knowledge Store: Marketsandmarkets’ Subscription Portal
     15.3 Available Customizations
     15.4 Related Reports
     15.5 Author Details


List of Tables (131 Tables)

Table 1 United States Dollar Exchange Rate, 2016–2018
Table 2 Factor Analysis
Table 3 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 4 Solutions: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 5 Services: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 6 Communication Systems: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 7 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 8 Web-Based Emergency Management System: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 9 Emergency/Mass Notification System: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 10 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 11 Perimeter Intrusion Detection: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 12 Geospatial Solution: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 13 Fire and Hazmat: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 14 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 15 Consulting: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 16 Emergency Operations Center Design and Integration: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 17 Training and Simulation: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 18 Public Information Services: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 19 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 20 First Responder Tools: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 21 Satellite Assisted Equipment: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 22 Vehicle-Ready Gateways: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 23 Emergency Response Radars: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 24 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 25 Commercial and Industrial: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 26 Education: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 27 Energy and Utilities: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 28 Healthcare and Life Sciences: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 29 Defense and Military: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 30 Transportation and Logistics: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 31 Government: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 32 Others: Market Size By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 33 Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Region, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 34 North America: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 35 North America: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 36 North America: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 37 North America: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 38 North America: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 39 North America: Market Size By Country, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 40 United States: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 41 United States: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 42 United States: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 43 United States: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 44 United States: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 45 Canada: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 46 Canada: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 47 Canada: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 48 Canada: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 49 Canada: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 50 Europe: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 51 Europe: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 52 Europe: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 53 Europe: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 54 Europe: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 55 Europe: Market Size By Country, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 56 United Kingdom: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 57 United Kingdom: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 58 United Kingdom: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 59 United Kingdom: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 60 United Kingdom: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 61 Asia Pacific: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 62 Asia Pacific: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 63 Asia Pacific: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 64 Asia Pacific: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 65 Asia Pacific: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 66 Asia Pacific: Market Size By Country, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 67 China: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 68 China: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 69 China: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 70 China: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 71 China: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 72 Japan: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 73 Japan: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 74 Japan: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 75 Japan: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 76 Japan: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 77 South Korea: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 78 South Korea: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 79 South Korea: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 80 South Korea: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 81 South Korea: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 82 India: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 83 India: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 84 India: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 85 India: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 86 India: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 87 Rest of Asia Pacific: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 88 Rest of Asia Pacific: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 89 Rest of Asia Pacific: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 90 Rest of Asia Pacific: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 91 Rest of Asia Pacific: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 92 Middle East and Africa: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 93 Middle East and Africa: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 94 Middle East and Africa: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 95 Middle East and Africa: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 96 Middle East and Africa: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 97 Middle East and Africa: Market Size By Country, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 98 Middle East and North Africa: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 99 Middle East and North Africa: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 100 Middle East and North Africa: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 101 Middle East and North Africa: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 102 Middle East and North Africa: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 103 Sub-Saharan Africa: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 104 Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 105 Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 106 Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 107 Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 108 Latin America: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 109 Latin America: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 110 Latin America: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 111 Latin America: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 112 Latin America: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 113 Latin America: Market Size By Country, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 114 Mexico: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 115 Mexico: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 116 Mexico: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 117 Mexico: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 118 Mexico: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 119 Brazil: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 120 Brazil: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 121 Brazil: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 122 Brazil: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 123 Brazil: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 124 Rest of Latin America: Incident and Emergency Management Market Size, By Component, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 125 Rest of Latin America: Market Size By Solution, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 126 Rest of Latin America: Market Size By Service, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 127 Rest of Latin America: Market Size By Communication System, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 128 Rest of Latin America: Market Size By Vertical, 2017–2024 (USD Million)
Table 129 New Product Launches, 2019
Table 130 Acquisitions, 2017–2019
Table 131 Partnerships and Collaborations, 2017- 2019


List of Figures (31 Figures)

Figure 1 Incident and Emergency Management Market: Research Design
Figure 2 Market Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches
Figure 3 Segments With the Highest Market Shares in Market in 2019
Figure 4 North America to Account for the Highest Market Share in 2019
Figure 5 Occurrence of Unpredictable Natural Disasters Due to the Ever-Changing Weather Conditions Driving the Growth of Incident and Emergency Management Market
Figure 6 Fire and Hazmat Segment and United States to Account for the Highest Market Shares in the North American Market in 2019
Figure 7 South Korea to Grow at the Highest Growth Rate During the Forecast Period
Figure 8 Incident and Emergency Management Market: Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Challenges
Figure 9 Solutions Segment to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 10 Emergency/Mass Notification System Segment to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 11 Training and Simulation Services Segment to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 12 First Responder Tools Segment to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 13 Commercial and Industrial Vertical to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 14 Asia Pacific to Grow at the Highest CAGR During the Forecast Period
Figure 15 North America: Market Snapshot
Figure 16 Asia Pacific: Market Snapshot
Figure 17 Key Developments in the Market During 2016–2019
Figure 18 Incident and Emergency Management Market (Global), Competitive Leadership Mapping, 2019
Figure 19 Geographic Revenue Mix of the Top Market Players
Figure 20 Honeywell: Company Snapshot
Figure 21 Honeywell: SWOT Analysis
Figure 22 Lockheed Martin: Company Snapshot
Figure 23 Lockheed Martin: SWOT Analysis
Figure 24 Motorola Solutions: Company Snapshot
Figure 25 Motorola Solutions: SWOT Analysis
Figure 26 Siemens: Company Snapshot
Figure 27 Siemens: SWOT Analysis
Figure 28 NEC Corporation: Company Snapshot
Figure 29 NEC Corporation: SWOT Analysis
Figure 30 IBM: Company Snapshot
Figure 31 Hexagon: Company Snapshot

The study involved four major activities in estimating the current market size for the incident and emergency management market. Exhaustive secondary research was done to collect information on the incident and emergency management industry. The next step was to validate these findings, assumptions, and sizing with industry experts across the value chain using primary research. Both top-down and bottom-up approaches were employed to estimate the complete market size. Thereafter, the market breakup and data triangulation procedures were used to estimate the market size of the segments and subsegments of the incident and emergency management market.

Secondary Research

In the secondary research process, various secondary sources, such as D&B Hoovers, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Factiva, have been referred to, to identify and collect information for this study. These secondary sources included annual reports, press releases and investor presentations of companies, whitepapers, certified publications, and articles by recognized authors, gold standard and silver standard websites, regulatory bodies, and databases.

Primary Research

In the primary research process, various sources from both supply and demand sides were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information for making this report. The primary sources from the supply side included industry experts, such as Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Vice Presidents (VPs), marketing directors, technology and innovation directors, and related key executives from various key companies and organizations operating in the incident and emergency management market.

After the complete market engineering (including calculations for market statistics, market breakup, market size estimations, market forecasting, and data triangulation), extensive primary research was conducted to gather information, and verify and validate the critical numbers arrived at. Primary research was also conducted to identify the segmentation types; the competitive landscape of incident and emergency management solution and service providers; and key market dynamics, such as drivers, restraints, opportunities, challenges, industry trends, and key players’ strategies

Following is the breakup of the primary respondents:

Insident and Emergency Management Market

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Market Size Estimation

Both top-down and bottom-up approaches were used to estimate and validate the total size of the incident and emergency management market. These methods were also used extensively to estimate the size of various subsegments in the market. The research methodology used to estimate the market size includes the following:

  • The key players in the industry and markets were identified through extensive secondary research.
  • The industry’s supply chain and market size, in terms of value, were determined through primary and secondary research processes.
  • All percentage shares, splits, and breakups were determined using secondary sources and verified through primary sources.

Data Triangulation

After arriving at the overall market size using the market size estimation processes as explained above, the market was split into several segments and subsegments. The data triangulation and market breakup procedures were employed, wherever applicable to complete the overall market engineering process and arrive at the exact statistics of each market segment and subsegments. The data was triangulated by studying various factors and trends from both the demand and supply sides.

Report Objectives

  • To define, describe, and forecast the incident and emergency management market by component, solution, service, communication system, simulation, vertical, and region
  • To provide detailed information related to the major factors (drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges) influencing the growth of the market
  • To analyze micromarkets1 with respect to individual growth trends, prospects, and contributions to the total market
  • To analyze the opportunities in the market for stakeholders by identifying the high-growth segments of the incident and emergency management market
  • To forecast the size of the market segments with respect to five main regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Latin America
  • To profile the key players of the market and comprehensively analyze their market share and core competencies2
  • To track and analyze competitive developments, such as new product launches; mergers and acquisitions; and partnerships, agreements, and collaborations, in the incident and emergency management market

Available customizations

Along with the market data, MarketsandMarkets offers customizations as per the company’s specific needs. The following customization options are available for the report:

Product analysis

  • Product matrix gives a detailed comparison of the product portfolio of each company

Geographic analysis

  • Further breakup of the European incident and emergency management market into countries
  • Further breakup of the APAC incident and emergency management market into countries
  • Further breakup of the MEA incident and emergency management market into countries
  • Further breakup of the Latin American incident and emergency management market into countries

Company information

  • Detailed analysis and profiling of additional market players

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