NFPA, IFC penetration, plus smart cities planning, fuels boom in public safety in-building wireless DAS market: Analyst

"The market for public safety in-building wireless DAS is primarily being driven by growing stringency of fire safety protocols for buildings, globally," contends a new industry report from Transparency Market Research. The report's summary contends, "In the U.S., the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires 90% coverage of a building, for public safety systems, while the International Fire Code (IFC) stipulates public safety systems to cover 95% of a building. Such regulations and recommendations for public safety systems are required to be strictly adhered to and are expected to cover 100% of a building, in the near future."   The researcher contends that this trend has recently promoted the application of public safety in-building wireless DAS technology in commercial and residential buildings, thus positively impacting the growth of the global market.  The analyst notes that, additionally, growing penetration of high speed internet technology, such as 4G and 5G, has led to modifications of public safety in-building wireless DAS to support such internet speeds, further promoting growth of the market.    "Further, the growing trend toward making a city 'smart' and development of smart city projects in emerging economies, has been leading to faster application of public safety in-building wireless DAS in residential and commercial building complexes," notes the report's summary.   NCTA issues smart cities white paper

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"The market for public safety in-building wireless DAS is primarily being driven by growing stringency of fire safety protocols for buildings, globally," states a new industry report from Transparency Market Research. The report's summary contends, "In the U.S., the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires 90% coverage of a building, for public safety systems, while the International Fire Code (IFC) stipulates public safety systems to cover 95% of a building. Such regulations and recommendations for public safety systems are required to be strictly adhered to and are expected to cover 100% of a building, in the near future."

The researcher maintains that this trend has recently promoted the application of public safety in-building wireless DAS technology in commercial and residential buildings, thus positively impacting the growth of the global market. The analyst notes that, additionally, growing penetration of high speed internet technology, such as 4G and 5G, has led to modifications of public safety in-building wireless DAS to support such internet speeds, further promoting growth of the market.

"Further, the growing trend toward making a city 'smart' and development of smart city projects in emerging economies, has been leading to faster application of public safety in-building wireless DAS in residential and commercial building complexes," adds the report's summary.
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