SMS phone location system to launch in France

An enhanced mobile phone location system that will automatically transmit a caller’s  location to emergency services is to launch in France before the end of the year.

Advanced Mobile Location (AML), developed in the UK in 2014 as a solution to the problem of caller location in emergencies, works by automatically sending an SMS to emergency services detailing a caller’s GPS location.

The technology is already built into all Apple and Android phones ...

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