Allows cell phone users to dial 911 and be connected to the closest geographic PSAP. Currently, VoIP services do not have access to E911.
Technology allowing 911 calls from cellular phones to be routed to the geographically correct emergency stations (a.k.a. PSAP/Public Safety Access Points) mandated by the FCC. VoIP users currently have limited access to 911 services, because VoIP is not geographically based.
This system is for use primarily with cell-phones, although some car based navigation systems provide support for it. These systems are designed to enable GPS tracking when 911 is dialed or the key is pressed to activate the service. This permits those who can not speak to communicate their location and needs to receive quick assistance.
Allows phone users to dial 911 and be connected to the closest geographic PSAP and displays the calling partyâ€™s physical address. Reignmaker Hosted PBX service is fully e911 compliant.
Technology allowing 911 calls from cellular phones to be routed to the geographically correct emergency station (a.k.a. PSAP: Public Safety Answering Point). VoIP users currently have limited access to 911 services, and with some providers none, because VoIP is not geographically based.
A location technology advanced by the FCC that will enable mobile, or cellular, phones to process 911 emergency calls and enable emergency services to locate the geographic position of the caller.
Enhanced 911 service that automatically provides the callerâ€(tm)s geographic location and wireless phone number to the 911 call center. The FCCâ€(tm)s wireless E911 rules seek to improve the effectiveness and reliability of wireless 911 service by providing emergency dispatchers with precise location information, within 50 to 100 meters of the callerâ€(tm)s exact location. Visit www.fcc.gov/911/enhanced.