Septier Where – E911
Septier Where™-E911 is a phase-1 and phase-2 compliant E911 solution, providing a complete, high-accuracy solution for locating emergency calls. Septier’s vast experience in cellular location technologies has been utilized to provide a unified and reliable solution that is network agnostic and works on any cellular network topology.
This cutting-edge solution, already deployed worldwide, combines multidimensional cellular positioning capabilities to provide emergency services and first responders with vital, up-to-date information which may make the difference between life and death.
As more and more emergency calls are made on cell phones, the need for a complete, high-accuracy solution for positioning such calls has become clear and urgent. Leveraging its expertise, experience, and knowledge in cellular location technologies, Septier Communication has developed a unified solution for accurate and reliable positioning of emergency calls – Septier Where™-E911, which is available for any network and cellular technology. Septier Where™-E911, a cutting-edge and field-proven solution, combines multi-dimensional cellular positioning capabilities to provide emergency services and first responders with vital, up-to-date information, which makes the difference between life and death.
Featuring Strength Point – High Accuracy & Reliability
Septier Where™ cellular positioning solutions have been deployed in cellular operators worldwide for over a decade and a half. Throughout this time, Septier has continuously perfected the location calculation methods and algorithms used by the system, leveraging the knowledge it has gained, as well as advancements in cellular location technologies.
This effort has yielded a system capable of delivering highly accurate and reliable location information. For emergency services, such capabilities are vital as the ability to reach a person in need promptly makes the difference between life and death. Septier adapts the solution to the specific cellular environment to maximize the chances of first responders assisting on time.