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Emergency Management and Incident Market: Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)

DUBLIN, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Emergency Management and Incident Market: Forecasts and Analysis (2013 - 2018)" report to their offering.


Emergency Management and Incident Management systems and solutions are experiencing a rapid adoption in developed and developing countries. Many government organizations and enterprises are adopting new methodologies for planning, preparing, and responding to natural and man-made disasters. This increase is also due to changing climatic conditions, increased terrorist attacks, and strict government regulations. These applications and solutions provide next-generation solutions which help the first responders for a quick response during the time of emergencies.

The solutions include communication technologies and geospatial solutions which help in communicating and pointing of the exact location of any disaster. The simulation tools help in planning and preparing by providing real-time scenarios, thus helping in training and educating the people for what should be done during the time of emergencies. The incident and emergency solutions have gain significant importance in the recent years due to drastic climatic changes. Due to increased terrorist attacks and the threat of bio-terrorism, governments of many countries have been compelled to implement solutions for the public safety and security. Many international regulatory bodies are also putting pressure with strict rules and regulations for the emergency management systems.

This report gives detailed insights into the global Emergency Management and Incident Management market split across various regions, types of incident and emergency management systems and platforms, types of communication technologies and simulation tools, and types of professional services. The systems and platforms include geospatial solutions, crowdsourcing tools, mass notification systems, tsunami and earthquake warning systems; types of communication and simulation tools include radios, radars, satellite communications, and incident simulation and training tools; and types of professional services include consulting and process development, EOC design and integration.

An increasing adoption of Emergency Management and Incident Management solutions is expected as major vendors and governments of many countries are aggressively investing and rigorously working toward providing sophisticated solutions and services in an effort to provide safety and security during the time of disasters and emergencies. The total Emergency Management and Incident Management market 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

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview

4 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Forecast By Types Of Systems and Platforms

5 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Forecasts By Communication Technologies

6 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Forecasts By Simulation Tools

7 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Forecasts By Professional Services

8 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Forecast By End-Users

9 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Size and Segmentation By Regions

10 Emergency Management and Incident Management: Market Landscape

11 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc
  • Cassidian
  • ESRI
  • Emergency Planning Solutions
  • Guardly
  • Honeywell International, Inc
  • IEM
  • Inmarsat
  • Intergraph Corporation
  • Iridium
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • Motorola Solutions
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Siemens AG
  • Telecommunication Systems, Inc (TCS)
  • Traffgo HT
  • Ushahidi
  • VT MAK
  • Vision Technologies

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