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ES_06
Last update: 18-05-2020
ECC Report Draft ECC Report - eCall Callback
Study of technical and commercial issues causing failures to the eCall callback function, as being implemented in Europe. These issues may comprise the use of specific eCall architectures and generation of CLIs. The perspective will be from both telecom and equipment (vehicle and IVS) domains and their possible interaction. The goal of the study is to raise awareness of these issues among the stakeholders from both the industry and government, in particular the European Commission.
S: 06-02-2019
T: 27-05-2021
In Progress
ES_07
Last update: 18-05-2020
ECC Report Draft ECC Report on SIM-less calls to emergency services
On 5 September 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that SIM-less calls to 112 should be located[1]. A press release on the findings of the Court was issued on 5 September 2019[2].
The Court holds that the Universal Service Directive requires EU Member States, subject to technical feasibility, to ensure that the undertakings concerned make caller location information available free of charge to the authority handling emergency calls to ‘112’ as soon as the call reaches that authority, including in cases where the call is made from a mobile device which is not fitted with a SIM card.
The goal of the study is to analyse the impact of the ruling of the European Court of Justice which requires the provision of caller location information for calls to emergency services from SIM-less devices. The perspective will be from both point of view technical and legal issues in regard of calls placed from SIM-less devices to emergency services.
References:
[1] http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?docid=217487&mode=req&pageIndex=1&dir=&occ=first&part=1&text=&doclang=EN&cid=14884389
[2] https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/upload/docs/application/pdf/2019-09/cp190105en.pdf
S: 14-11-2019
T: 28-05-2021
In Progress
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