Accurate caller location in case of an emergency is one of the most significant pieces of information an emergency call-taker can use. Caller location can be detrimental for the safety of citizens in many ways, the decision on which emergency resource is dispatched, the quickest route to get to the incident, and so on.

AML in a nutshell

In the event of an emergency call, an AML-enabled smartphone (all Android and iOS devices worldwide) sends automatically accurate location information of the caller derived from the location data of the phone (GNSS, Wifi) to the emergency services. AML is not an app, it doesn’t not require any action from the caller. Emergency services are then able to receive this information in all the countries that have deployed AML.

where is aml deployed?

As of January 2020, 19 countries worldwide have deployed AML.

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Accurate emergency location