Major shifts in technologies are fueling the digital transformations of urban security, changing our businesses and lives. New advancements in Artificial Intelligence, 5-G connectivity, Face Recognition, Video Analytics, Big Data, Emergency Traffic Management, PSIM, PSAP, NG911 and GIS Based Emergency Notification offer great opportunities to those who best understand how to capitalize on change.

Crime, traffic control, terror and natural disasters have long been recognized as major challenges to sustainable cities and have a significant impact on quality of life and economic development. To handle these huge responsibilities, law enforcement, public safety and municipal bodies consider a more comprehensive approach that includes new synergies between early warnings and real-time circumstances, providing a complete cycle for intelligence, evidence, response and investigations.

This “Safe City Market and Technologies (PIAM, PSIM, Face Recognition, Video Surveillance & Analytics, C-2 to C5ISR, Big Data, AI, GIS Based Emergency Notification, Managed Security Services, Public Events Security, Emergency Communications, Tracking, Cybersecurity, Traffic Management and Standoff Biometrics) –  2020-2024” report is a resource for executives with interests in the industry. It has been explicitly customized for industry and urban decision-makers to identify business opportunities, developing technologies, market trends and risks, as well as to benchmark business plans.

The report examines (see figure below) each dollar spent in the market via 4 orthogonal money trails: revenue sources, regional, national  and technology markets.

Why Buy this Safe City Market Report?

A. Questions answered in this report include:
  • What will the Safe City market size be in 2019-2024?
  • What are the main Safe City technology trends?
  • Where and what are the Safe City market opportunities?
  • What are the Safe City market drivers and inhibitors?
  • Who are the key Safe City vendors?
  • What are the challenges to the Safe City market penetration?

B. The Global Safe City Market size data is analyzed via independent key perspectives.
With a highly fragmented market we address the “money trail” – each dollar spent in the global Safe City market is analyzed and crosschecked via 4 orthogonal viewpoints:

By 15 Technologies:
  1. Command & Control Systems
  2. Video Analytics
  3. Video Surveillance & Storage
  4. Cyber Security
  5. Emergency Traffic Management
  6. Location Based Emergency Notification
  7. Managed Security Services
  8. Physical Identity & Access Management (PIAM)
  9. Physical Security Info. Management (PSIM)
  10. Public Event Security Services
  11. Public Safety Communications
  12. Tracking Technology
  13. Standoff Biometrics
  14. Big Data & AI
  15. Other Technologies and Services

By 28 National Markets:
  1. U.S.
  2. Canada
  3. Argentina
  4. Brazil
  5. Colombia
  6. Mexico
  7. Rest of LATAM
  8. France
  9. Germany
  10. Italy
  11. Poland
  12. Russia
  13. Spain
  14. U.K.
  15. Rest of Europe
  16. Iraq
  17. Israel
  18. Nigeria
  19. Saudi Arabia
  20. Turkey
  21. UAE & Other Gulf States
  22. Rest of MEA
  23. Australia
  24. China
  25. India
  26. Japan
  27. South Korea
  28. Rest of Asia Pacific
 
By 5 Regional Market Reports Summaries
  1. North America
  2. Latin America
  3. Europe
  4. Middle East & Africa
  5. Asia Pacific

By 5 Revenue Source Markets:
  1. Systems Sales
  2. Systems Integration
  3. Aftersales Revenues
  4. Training & Consulting
  5. Other Revenues Sources

C. The report analyzes dozens of safe city related technologies and services including:
Physical Security Information Management (PSIM), Public-Safety Answering Point (PSAP), Records Management Software, Distributed Sensors Systems, Sensor and Data Fusion Algorithms, Wireless Sensor Networks, Safe City Software as a Service (SaaS), Social Media Emergency Response Software, Geo-Design, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Location Based Emergency Mass Notification Systems (EMNS), Safe City Cell Broadcast, Cell Broadcast Technologies, SCADA Systems, Managed Security Services (MSS), Safe City Consulting, Remote Management, Managed Security Monitoring, Big Data, Safe City Communication, City-Wide Communication Interoperability, Video Surveillance, Analog Video Surveillance, Second-Generation Analog Video Surveillance, Third-Generation Video Surveillance, Digital Video Surveillance, IP Surveillance Cameras, IP-Based Video Surveillance Systems, Safe City Video Analytics Technologies, Cloud Platforms, Video Analytics Based Suspect Behavioral Analysis, Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), Video Surveillance as Service Solutions, Real Time Automatic Alerts Software, Image Segmentation Software, Item Tracking Video Analytics Software, Object Sorting and ID, Item Identification and Recognition, Multi-Camera Intelligent Video Surveillance Systems, Video Content Analysis, Item Detection, Gaussian Mixture Based Software, Background Subtraction, Item Detection Using a Single-image Software, Item Tracking Software, Kalman Filtering Techniques, Region Segmentation, Kalman Filters Application to Track Moving Items, Partially Observable Markov Decision Process, Intelligent Video Surveillance Systems, “Splitting” Items Algorithms, Dimension Based Items Classifiers, Shape Based Item Classifiers, Event Detection Methods, Vision-based Human Action Recognition, Video Derived Egomotion, Path Reconstruction Software, Video Cameras Spatial Gap Mitigation Software, Networked Cameras Tag and Track Software, Visual Intelligence Technologies, Visual Processing, Fusion Engine, Standoff Video Analytics Based Biometrics, Video Surveillance Based Behavioral Profiling, Video Based Biometric Recognition Technologies, Video Based Face Recognition, Remote Biometric Identification Technologies, Fused Intelligent Video Surveillance & Watch Lists, Crowd and Riot Surveillance, Wireless Video Analytics, Cloud Video Analytics, Online Video Analytics, Pulse Video Analytics, Smart Cameras, Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM), Safe City Natural Disasters Mitigation & Management, Emergency Management systems, Communication Interoperability, Perimeter Security, Public Events Emergency Services, WMD and Hazmat Detection, Cloud Computing, Data Mining & Analytics, Command & Control Systems, Gunshot Location Technologies, Optical Gunshot Location Technologies, Fused Optical and Acoustic Gunshot Detection, Artificial Neural Networks, Emergency Transportation Management Systems, Intelligent Transport Technologies, License Plate Recognition (LPR), Inductive Loop Detection, Video Vehicle Detection, Smart Transportation Security, Emergency Vehicle Notification Systems.

D. 108 vendors operating in the safe city market (including companies’ profile, recent annual revenues, key executives, safe city products & solutions, and contact info.):
  1. 3VR
  2. 3xLOGIC
  3. ABB
  4. Accenture
  5. ACTi Corporation
  6. ADT Security Services
  7. ADANI
  8. Agent Video Intelligence
  9. Airbus Defence and Space
  10. Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia Group)
  11. ALPHAOPEN
  12. Anixter
  13. Appealing Products Inc. (API)/ChemSee
  14. Aralia Systems
  15. AT&T Inc.
  16. Auto Clear
  17. Augusta Systems
  18. Avigilon Corporation
  19. Axis
  20. AxxonSoft
  21. BAE Systems
  22. BAHIA Corp (Sibel Ltd.)
  23. Biosensor Applications
  24. Brijot Imaging Systems
  25. Bosch Security Systems
  26. BT
  27. Camero
  28. CEIA
  29. CelPlan
  30. China Security & Surveillance Inc.
  31. Cisco Systems
  32. Citilog
  33. Collins Aerospace
  34. Computer Network Limited (CNL)
  35. DetectaChem LLC
  36. Diebold
  37. Digital Clues
  38. DVTel
  39. Elsag Datamat
  40. Emerson Electric
  41. Ecortex
  42. Ericsson
  43. ESRI
  44. Firetide
  45. Flir Systems
  46. G4S
  47. General Electric
  48. Gilardoni SpA
  49. Hanwha Techwin
  50. Hexagon AB
  51. Hitachi
  52. Honeywell
  53. Huawei
  54. IBM
  55. IndigoVision
  56. Intel Security
  57. IntuVision Inc.
  58. iOmniscient
  59. JPConfigure
  60. IPConfigure
  61. IPS Intelligent Video Analytics
  62. ISS
  63. Ketech Defence
  64. LIXI Inc.
  65. MDS
  66. Mer Group
  67. Milestone Systems A/S
  68. MilliVision
  69. MINXRAY Inc.
  70. Mirasys
  71. Mistral Security Inc.
  72. National Instruments
  73. NEC Corporation
  74. NICE Systems
  75. Northrop Grumman Corp.
  76. Nuctech Co. Ltd.
  77. Object Video
  78. Orsus
  79. Panasonic
  80. Pelco
  81. Pivot3
  82. Proximex
  83. Raytheon
  84. Red X Defense
  85. Salient Stills
  86. Scanna MSC Ltd.
  87. Schneider Electric
  88. Scintrex Trace
  89. SeeTec
  90. Siemens
  91. Smart China (Holdings)
  92. Sony Corp
  93. Syagen Technology
  94. Synectics Plc
  95. Tandu Technologies & Security Systems  
  96. TeraView
  97. Texas Instruments
  98. Thales Group
  99. Thermo Electron Corporation
  100. ThruVision Systems
  101. Total Recall
  102. Unisys
  103. Verint
  104. Vialogy LLC
  105. Vidisco Ltd.
  106. Vigilant Technology
  107. Westminister
  108. Zhejiang Dahua Technology