This is the fifth edition of an IHS Markit study on the Safe City market. IHS Markit defines ‘Safe City’ as a security concept that integrates critical security information from a range of sources onto a consolidated IT platform. As a result, the Safe City concept promotes interoperability between law enforcement, traffic and other agencies by taking a multiagency approach to emergency response.
The market is growing rapidly as cities seek to leverage video surveillance and critical communications infrastructure by coupling these systems with advanced integration software. With the emergence of sensors, predictive analytics and enhanced connectivity, the ability to achieve complete situational awareness has reached new levels, and cities seek to benefit from this.
The report provides global insight into the safe city concept and its opportunities for technology vendors, systems integrators and consultancies. Additionally, it examines safe city architecture and requirements as well as successful use cases on a regional basis. Over 1,800 cities have been assessed using various indicators from the to provide perspective on the markets with the highest safe city potential.
Principal Analyst, Critical Communications
Paul Bremner focuses on research covering command and control room technologies, safe cities, and Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software.