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ETSI issues two major standards for emergency calls: Next Generation 112, Advanced Mobile Location

Monday 20 January 2020 | 11:49 CET | News
ETSI's Emergency Communication Special Committee recently released two major specifications, ETSI TS 103 479, for NG112, the next generation of European emergency services and ETSI TS 103 625, for the specific Advanced Mobile Location function. AML is already implemented in 22 countries worldwide following the publication of the first ETSI technical report TR 103 393.

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