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Wireless Emergency Services Research Package
Mind Commerce LLC, July 2011
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.
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
*This is a bundle package containing multiple reports
This package includes the following reports/products:
- Location-based Service (LBS) Patent Analysis of Telecommunication Systems Inc. (TCS)
- Next Generation 9-1-1: Market Opportunities for Location Applications & Services in Personal and Public Safety
- E911 and NG 911: Expanding Intellectual Property Beyond Emergencies
- Definitive Guide to Wireless E 911
- Definitive Guide to Mobile Positioning and Location Management