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Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Market Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast 2027
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The digital mobile radio (DMR) market is growing rapidly. Advancements in wireless broadband networks and Project 25 digital two-way radio interoperability standards for emergency communications are major factors boosting the market growth. Besides, policies by the non-federal government about funding and sustainment of DMR systems for first responders and to educate decision-makers on the possible impact of emerging technology on DMR act as a major tailwind for the market growth.
The other documents intended DMRs to help acquisition managers understand standards-based procurement for public safety interoperability accelerates the market shares. Over recent years, the need for advanced communication devices is growing pervasively. With the rising demand for DMR devices in private security services, the market is likely to witness substantial traction in the next six years.
The DMR market is segmented into tier, industry verticals, and regions. The tier segment is sub-segmented into tier 1 (unlicensed), tier 2 (conventional), and tier 3 (trunked). The industry vertical segment is sub-segmented into commercial, defense & public safety, mining, oil & gas, transportation, and others. The region segment is sub-segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest-of-the-World.
The DMR market appears to be highly competitive, owing to the presence of a number of small and large-scale players. Mergers & acquisitions, brand reinforcement, and innovation remain the key trends for the leading players. The uptake of the latest communication networking technologies and interoperability solutions remains their primary focus.
Players leading the market for the DMR market include ICOM Inc. (Japan), Hytera Communications Corporation Ltd. (China), Jvckenwood Corporation (Japan), Leonardo SpA (Italy), L3Harris Technologies, Inc. (US), Motorola Solutions, Inc. (US), Simoco Wireless Solutions Limited (UK), RELM Wireless Corporation (US), Tait ltd. (New Zealand), Thales Group (France), Comita Group (Slovenia), MCS Digital (Australia), talent Technology Services Limited (UK), Rolta Incorporated (US), and RADIODATA GmbH (Germany), among others.
Samsung announced enhancements for public safety networks driving next-gen mission-critical communications. The solution enables interoperability between MCPTX & LMR technology and digital mobile radio (DMR), Project 25 Phase I & II, and Tetra, building a bridge of seamless communications between MCPTX and legacy technologies. LMR technology users can now communicate with other users of MCPTX technology.
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