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ATIS-0700028 v1.1

Location Accuracy Improvements for Emergency Calls

A voluntary agreement for improving location accuracy for emergency calls was developed and signed on  November 14, 2014, by APCO, NENA, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless. This voluntary agreement included a roadmap for technology changes that was submitted to the FCC in response to an FCC initiative (proceeding 07-114) to provide a number of improvements to emergency location capabilities including providing a Dispatchable Location for emergency calls to PSAPs. This Standard specifies the requirements, architecture, and interfaces required to support the commitments defined in the roadmap described above as well as the rules as outlined within the FCC CFR [Ref 37].

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