|By PR Newswire||
|January 21, 2014 06:17 AM EST||
DUBLIN, January 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hxjkmm/mass_notification) has announced the addition of the "Mass Notification Market - Global Advancements, Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)" report to their offering.
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Mass Notification Systems (MNS) are imperative due to the increasing number of catastrophic natural calamities such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, wildfires; or other threats such as human killings, shootings, bombings. MNS are a subset of the emergency communication systems, and are essential to alert the masses before, during or after any emergency or any incident which can cause a disruption. MNS are being implemented across various industry verticals such as education, defense, healthcare, energy and power, government for enhancing public safety as well as business continuity.
Various rules and standards have been established so that the higher educational institutions and defense sector is regulated. These regulations provide the specifications of the MNS and also emphasize on their importance. These regulations play an important role in the design and integration of the MNS. The traditional MNS were mainly deployed on-premise, but recently the trend of hybrid systems is increasing. Integration of various MNS such as network alerting systems, Public Address (PA) systems, telephony alerting systems, hosted messaging systems and other similar systems with emergency communication systems which are very powerful systems for end-to-end crisis communication.
North America is expected to have the largest market share, which will be succeeded by Europe. Due to increase in the laws and regulations, and also the increasing need for better communication services during emergencies, one can expect an increasing trend in the implementation of MNS in the emerging Brazil, Russia, China, India (BRIC) countries as well.
This study forecasts the global mass notification market will grow from $2.41 billion in 2013 to $6.41 billion in 2018 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 21.6% from 2013 to 2018.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
4 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Product
5 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Deployment
6 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Solutions
7 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Applications
8 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Verticals
9 Mass Notification: Market Size And Forecast By Regions
10 Mass Notification: Market Landscape
11 Company Profiles
- ATI Systems
- Athoc Inc
- Blackboard Connect
- Cassidian Communications
- Cisco Systems, Inc
- Cooper Industries
- Everbridge Inc
- IML Corp
- International Business Machines Corporation
- Mircom Group Of Companies
- Omnilert Llc
- Send Word Now
- Singlewire Software
- United Technologies
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hxjkmm/mass_notification
Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]
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