On 7 December at 14:30 CET,  join us to discover more about the transmission of medical data to PSAPs through Google’s Emergency Location Service (ELS).

In today’s interconnected world full of smartphones and other smart devices, the monitoring of health via such devices is becoming increasingly popular. The opportunity for PSAPs to receive such data about patients may provide more accurate and efficient emergency care.

Google has created Emergency Location Service (ELS) to enhance emergency response by providing PSAPs with critical data to assist persons in need. Today, Android device users also have the option to share medical information (like allergies and existing conditions) and emergency contact information with PSAPs via ELS.

In this webinar, Google representatives Micah Berman and Salvatore Baglieri will tell you more about how ELS works, what data is available to you and what is needed to use it in PSAPs.



Presented by


Salvatore Baglieri

Head of Operations, Google
Senior Manager with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. An engineer at heart, a dad of 2, and passionate about making Android the safest and most helpful platform in the world.

Micah Berman

Product Manager, Google
Micah Berman is Product Manager for Android Platform Safety - including the Emergency Location Service (ELS), Earthquake Early Warning, and more - so that your phone is there when you need it most. Before Android, Micah led technical and international grantmaking teams at Google.org and worked on Search. His career is driven by his belief that technology, in service of people, can make our world better. He lives in Oakland, CA.