Emergency Positioning Requirements in the U.S., Canada, and Europe

Understand emergency positioning requirements and how to meet them. Emergency responders depend on user location when answering an emergency call, and the accuracy of that location information can be crucial in reaching a caller in time. Accurate mobile user location can be used in many ways, including deciding which emergency center receives the initial call, which resources are dispatched, and planning ahead for where to bring the person placing the call if necessary. 

There are new requirements for emergency positioning capabilities, and Skyhook has created this white paper to help you understand what these requirements mean, and how location works in emergency positioning.

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