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Indoor Market Developments for Public Safety Networks

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Actionable Benefits

  • Learn how the in-building space is addressing public safety in the US and other regions.
  • Understand strategic implications for in-building wireless.
  • Anticipate regulations that may require more investment for in-building wireless for public safety systems.
  • Understand global dynamics and which market is leading.

Critical Questions Answered

  • Who is leading the public safety space deployments for in-building wireless globally?
  • How much are regulations burdening building owners and what are the dynamics for deploying these systems?
  • What technologies and standards should CTOs and system architects be following in the indoor public safety domain?             

Research Highlights

  • Public Safety Distributed Antenna Systems are deployed through a variety of models, ranging from landlord-owned to operator owned.
  • Asia Pacific will lead this market with $1.9bn being spent in 2026 for in-building public safety systems.
  • Active DAS will dominate the market, capturing more than 80% of deployments worldwide.

Who Should Read This?

  • Operator CTOs who aim to address the in-building wireless domain.
  • Enterprise implementers and venue owners, to understand regulations and how these will affect their buildings.
  • Vendors and component manufacturers, to understand the demand in this market.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. GLOBAL ADOPTION OF CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

3. ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

3.1. Enhanced E911
3.2. The Importance of Positioning Mechanisms for Public Safety
3.3. The Role of 5G in Public Safety
3.4. Evolution from LTE to 5G in Public Safety in the 3GPP
3.5. Network Slicing for Public Safety

4. WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

4.1. Deployment Models for Public Safety Network
4.2. Adopted DAS Architectures for Public Safety
4.3. Risks and Challenges of Deploying Indoor Wireless for Public Safety

5. CASE STUDIES

5.1. FirstNet
5.2. ESN UK
5.3. Other Examples

6. PUBLIC SAFETY DAS FORECASTS

7. RECOMMENDATIONS

7.1. First Responder Community
7.2. Landlords
7.3. Policymakers
7.4. Mobile Netork Operators
7.5. Infrastructure Vendors

8. CONCLUSIONS

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