911 Enable of Montreal are market leaders in North America for the provision of location identification solutions for IP-PBX deployments.
911 Enable have launched a UK Emergency Routing Service that enables organisations with IP-PBX networks to deploy a cost-effective solution for providing accurate and reliable 999 location information. This ensures compliance with UK telecommunications legislation and removes the Health & Safety risk associated with the presentation of misleading 999 location information.
The basic 911 Enable Emergency Routing Service requires no additional on-site equipment and can be implemented by reconfiguring 999 call routing within the IP-PBX.
Click here for schematic describing how the basic 911 Enable Emergency Routing Service compares with standard 999 routing via BT.
If an organisation requires greater granularity in 999 location information (eg room, floor and building information in addition to the required site postal address) then the on-site 911 Enable Emergency Gateway would be required.
The Emergency Gateway also provides a number of value added features to assist the on-site emergency response including:
- safety desk alerts and notification of location and call monitoring;
- 999 alerts and location notification by email or text to selected persons; and
- 999 call recording.
The Emergency Gateway is certified by leading PBX vendors such as Cisco, Avaya, Aastra & Shoretel and will also integrate with Microsoft Lync.
Click here for a description of 911 Enable’s comprehensive enhanced 999 solution comprising the Emergency Routing Service and the Emergency Gateway.