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There is also Automatic Location Identification (ALI) Integration that enables users to search for and retrieve recordings based on ALI-related data, which helps better support the incident-based recording scenarios.
Department of Transportation, automatic location identification database transition for Greater Harris County (Houston) in Texas, and other mission critical consulting projects for the states of Pennsylvania, Montana, Indiana and Maine.
According to the FCC mandate (FCC Report and Order of June 12, 1996, docket 94-102) wireless phone service carriers are required to upgrade their technology to provide Automatic Location Identification (ALI) service by October 1, 2001.
Federal Government has mandated automatic location identification for cell phones as a means for emergency responders to quickly locate 911 dialers.
SCC's Wireless National Automatic Location Identification (ALI) network now enables PSAPs that utilize on-site ALI databases to receive caller location information when wireless 9-1-1 calls are initiated.
E911 is an emergency reporting system that reports the Automatic Number Identification (ANI) and the Automatic Location Identification (ALI) when connecting an emergency call to the assigned PSAP.
Wireless or its multipath pattern matching technology as a potential solution for meeting the Federal Communications Commission's wireless Enhanced 911 (E-911) Phase II Automatic Location Identification requirements.
Without the automatic location identification, emergency operators may see only the street address of a main building when callers dial 9-1-1 from a telephone served by a Private Branch Exchange (PBX), Centrex, or other multi- lined telephone system.