Application and Use of Emergency Response Technologies in China

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Potential and pitfall: China’s First Responder and public safety and security markets hold the potential for significant gains for Canadian companies, while also subjecting them to unique challenges and perils.

The estimated market capacity for First Responders in China for 2008 was an estimated US $4.85 billion, and ICT expenditures on First Responder systems from January to November 2009 totalled approximately US $332 million. China has around 1.8 million police officers, 230,000 fire fighters, 250,000 Registered Fire Service Volunteers, 9,122 paramedics working for state-owned emergency medical service centers and 8,893 for non-for-profit centers.

This study will provide Canadian companies with hard information about this community, so they can gauge their ability to tap into China’s IT and Advance Security markets. The report provides a comprehensive environmental scan of China’s First Responder Sector identifying key government, association and private company stakeholders and will help inform Canadian companies on how to successfully enter the market and the challenges and opportunities that await them. The report furthermore provides first-hand accounts from Chinese First Responders and the industry that already serves them regarding their technology strengths, gaps, and perceptions on Canadian capacity and quality.


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