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AT&T to launch Personalised 9-1-1 portal

Wednesday 22 August 2012 | 09:18 CET | News
AT&T announced that it will begin offering a service to 9-1-1 centres across the US next month that is designed to improve 9-1-1 call processing and dispatching effectiveness. Called Smart911 from AT&T, the platform allows citizens to go online at www.smart911.com and create their own SmartSafety profiles, which are collected in a highly secure Smart911 database. Citizens can choose to record their own information such as medical conditions, disabilities, special needs, locations of relevant rooms in their houses or apartments, and any other details they think 9-1-1 operators should see in

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