EENA Releases Report on AML Deployments Globally
Tuesday, August 06, 2019 | Comments

The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) released a report card on the deployment of advanced mobile location (AML) technology, used to locate emergency callers.

This document provides information about how AML is deployed in each country and how it works operationally. The document is organized into 15 sections – each focusing on a country currently making use of AML. An annex provides comprehensive tables to easily compare information between the different countries.

AML was first offered in 2014 by British Telecom (BT), EE and HTC in the United Kingdom to pinpoint the source of emergency calls from mobile phones to a radius of 30 meters or less. In 2015, EENA said the technology should be used throughout Europe.

Through the publication of this document, EENA aims to make as much information as possible available on the possibilities and impact of implementing AML by indicating how this has been done in other countries. The need for such a document was underlined as a recommendation of the EENA Members Workshop 2017.

Fourteen countries are covered in the report. The AML Report Card will be published annually.

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