Wireless service providers are already required to provide 911 call centers with a "transmissible location" as a street address or apartment number. With the new rules, these companies will also have to provide placement information on the z-axis, showing the verticality of a caller. The accuracy must be plus or minus three meters in relation to the caller for the first respondents to determine which floor they need to reach. The additional placement method should help when a 91
The proposal marks the latest effort by the FCC to modernize emergency response systems. In the last decade, the agency has approved a dedicated LTE network available to the first respondents across the United States, run by AT & T and finally adopted by all 50 states in 2017. The FCC also approved the text-to-911 services and has explored and allows multimedia and streaming communication with emergency response reactors.