Romania’s telecom authority Ancom has adopted the decision to review the secondary legal framework for setting up communications for the Single National System for Emergency Calls (SNSEC/SNUAU). The decision will integrate certain provisions from the EU framework on the use of the single emergency call number 112.
The proposed changes are aimed mainly at quickly updating the databases submitted by providers in order to enable the identification of a caller’s location, to establish a unique caller identifier for calls initiated from mobile networks and to introduce provisions on caller location for location-independent services. Measures were also adopted to ensure access to the 112 emergency service for end-users with disabilities.
This is a summary of an article published by TelecomPaper: https://www.telecompaper.com/news/romania-updates-provisions-on-locating-callers-to-emergency-service-112–1444947
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