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Sun Ridge Systems E911 Compatible Software

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December 01, 2004

Sun Ridge Systems’ RIMS software has been upgraded to support the second phase of Enhanced 911 (E911), capturing information directly from a cell phone calling a dispatcher to pinpoint callers on the move. In the previous phase of E911, dispatchers received the location of the nearest cell tower transmitting a signal, not the specific location of the phone dialing 911. The E911 component of the RIMS software now plots the geographical coordinates of any phone and is accurate by 50 to 100 meters.

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