The 2023 AML Report Card is now available!
This document intends to provide you with all the information you need about how AML is deployed in each country and how it works operationally.
As more countries implement Advanced Mobile Location (AML), you might find it hard to keep up with all the latest developments. Has your country already deployed this technology to provide accurate caller location information in times of emergency? What features are available and on which devices? How does this compare to your neighbours? The latest edition of our AML Report Card will help you to keep track!
The number of countries having deployed AML keeps increasing, but there’s still a long way to go. That’s why the AML Report Card is so important. By providing as much information as possible about how AML has been implemented across the world, countries can see the possibilities and impact of this technology. Through the publication of this document, EENA aims to make as much information as possible available on the possibilities and impact of implementing AML by indicating how this has been done in other countries.
Our 2023 update addresses the following questions for 30 countries:
- Where is AML deployed?
- How are AML messages transmitted and how quickly are they received?
- In which countries is AML activated for roaming users?
- Where is AML working for Text-to-112 or equivalent?
- How has AML impacted emergency services and citizens?
On 1 June at 4pm CEST, join EENA to discuss the AML Report Card in detail and ask any questions you might have in our next webinar.
Register now at our AML Report Card webinar page.