FCC tests location technologies in San Francisco buildings

12/4/2012 | Government Computer News

A Federal Communications Commission advisory committee is using 80 buildings in the San Francisco area to test the accuracy of available technologies that help first responders locate the origin of 9-1-1 cellphone calls made from inside a structure. An assessment report should be ready by March and could be used to create benchmarks for location technologies.

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