Wireless Emergency Services Research Package

21-Jul-2011 | News-Press Release

On June 12, 1996, the FCC essentially launched E9-1-1 with the adoption of an initial Report and Order and a Further Notice of Propose Rulemaking in this docket, establishing rules requiring wireless carriers to implement 9-1-1 and Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) services.   The FCC Order ultimately rolled out in phases that would cause wireless carriers in the United States to implement automatic location determination with certain accuracy requirements.

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Since the implementation of Enhanced Wireless 9-1-1, many entrepreneurial companies have launched next generation wireless emergency applications that include wireless data, mobile messaging, notification to concerned third-parties, and more.

This research package evaluates E9-1-1, Next Generation (NG) emergency solutions and applications, and the companies providing them.  The reader will become informed about NG applications, business opportunities, and the evolution beyond voice-based wireless emergency services.

• Public safety professionals
• Cellular carriers and their suppliers
• Next generation emergency application developers

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