Emergency call location and routing

Faster, data-enriched emergency response with verified emergency information

When an emergency call is initiated, the telecom service provider must identify the caller's location quickly and accurately. The location of the caller is critical for accurately routing the emergency call and establishing communication with the PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) responsible for the problem and the geographic area where the emergency is located.

To appropriately handle the situation, PSAPs also require access to the caller's location information. Another critical function of the original telecommunications operator is to report certified and most accurate locations to be used in dispatching and guiding emergency units to the exact site of the incident.

Our location intelligence expertise has been leveraged to complement the AML technology when blind spots occur. Our emergency call location solution combines multidimensional cellular locating capabilities to provide emergency services and first responders with critical, up- to-date information, allowing them to save more lives.

 emergency call location

Make accurate location and emergency data immediately available to PSAP at scale

Make accurate location and emergency data immediately available to PSAP at scale

Enable first responders to arrive on-scene faster and better informed with life-saving information

Enable first responders to arrive on-scene faster and better informed with life-saving information

The Intersec difference

    • Comprises critical location-based services components
    • GMLC, SMLC, SAS, e-SMLC, LMF, real-time passive geolocation, LRF/RDF, CLF, and AML Gateway
    • Works with any cellular network architecture and the IMS network
    • Supports all mobile network generations, including 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G
    • Supports all types of emergency calls, including GSM and UMTS circuit-switched calls, IMS calls in VoLTE, VoWiFi, and VoNR
    • Functions seamlessly with emergency LCS, from legacy PSAP infrastructures to current NG112-911-xxx emergency communication networks and PSAPs
    • Uses standard protocols

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