Increasing Focus on Algorithmic and Performance Improvements to Drive Global Market
Earthquake early warning systems have gained widespread popularity around the world, as these systems play an imperative role in mitigating losses by alerting the communities in the proximity and activating security measures swiftly. Over the past couple of decades, considerable investments have been made to improve the efficacy and real-time performance of earthquake early warning systems– a trend that is expected to continue over the course of the forecast period. Players involved in the development of earthquake early warning systems are increasingly focusing on research to assess the nucleation phases of earthquakes and formulating physics-based models that are linked with real-time observed quantities and source parameters.
While research and development activities are likely to shape the growth of the global earthquake early warning system market in the upcoming years, the entry of new technologies for seismic monitoring and control, such as fiber-optic cables for ground motion monitoring, cost sensors, software-based platforms for alert management, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to open up new avenues for the players operating in the current market landscape. Governments in several nations around the world are increasingly investing resources in the development of cutting-edge earthquake early warning systems– a factor that is anticipated to provide a considerable boost to the global earthquake early warning system market during the assessment period.
At the back of these factors, along with the development and testing of a range of earthquake early warning algorithms around the world, the global earthquake early warning system market is expected to surpass a market value of US$ 2.2 Bn by the end of 2030. Moreover, a number of tech giants, including Google have exhibited noteworthy interest in earthquake early warning systems due to which, investments continue to grow.
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Developed Regions to Spearhead Market Growth
Due to the presence of a number of top tier market players, advancements in technology, focus on research, and considerable investments, the earthquake early warning system market in the developed regions, including North America and Europe is expected to exhibit faster growth rate in comparison with that in the Asia Pacific region. Over the past few decades, several pockets of Europe have experienced multiple low impact to moderate earthquakes that have led to considerable losses. This factor has prompted governments of several nations in Europe to focus on the development and deployment of earthquake early warning systems. Although Europe was at the forefront in terms of deployment of seismic networks and stations for several decades, the deployment of high quality and cutting-edge seismic networks has shifted gears in the last few years, as a number of market players are increasingly focusing on making algorithmic improvements and improving the efficiency of their earthquake early warning systems.
While the European region is projected to provide fertile grounds of growth to a number of players involved in the current earthquake early warning system market, the North American region is expected to provide abundant opportunities. A number of companies, along with the support from the state as well as the federal government are focusing on innovations and leveraging new technologies to improve the quality of the existing earthquake early warning systems. For instance, in October 2019, the state of California announced the launch of a newly developed first-of-its-kind earthquake early warning system that will be linked to a smartphone application and send out traditional alerts as well as warning delivery methods, including wireless emergency alerts (WEA).
The newly developed earthquake early warning system designed by a team of seismologists & engineers from Berkeley and University of California will alert communities in case the magnitude of the earthquake exceeds 4.5 through the app– a model that has made considerable inroads in nations including Mexico and Japan.
Demand to Remain Sluggish amid COVID-19 Pandemic
The onset of the novel COVID-19 pandemic is expected to hinder the growth of the global earthquake early warning system market in 2020, as governments around the world are primarily expected to focus on the discovery of a vaccine for the novel COVID-19 disease. While the development across the research and development front is projected to remain steady, the deployment of new concepts and technologies could slow down in 2020 in several parts of the world due to the ongoing pandemic. The market is anticipated to show signs of recovery toward the last quarter of 2020, as governments around the world are gradually lifting stringent lockdown restrictions and other stringent barriers that were imposed to curb the transmission of the virus.
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Earthquake Early Warning System Market: Overview
- According to Transparency Market Research’s latest research report on the global earthquake early warning system market for the historical period 2018–2019 and the forecast period 2020–2030, the market is anticipated to cross a value of US$ 2.2 Bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of ~12% during the forecast period
- Growth of the earthquake early warning system market is due to rapid developments in the construction sector to deploy earthquake early warning systems, so as to minimize the loss of life and economic loss. In addition, growing demand for cloud-based deployment across enterprises is expected to trigger the expansion of the earthquake early warning system market.
- Over the forecast period, North America is anticipated to emerge as the leading earthquake early warning system market, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific