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Kazakhstan to launch emergency call system by 2017 in case of accidents and catastrophes

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by October 12, 2016 Legal

“Thus, an automated information system (AIS) will receive signals on accidents from onboard terminals installed in vehicles, and transfer them into athe unified duty-dispatch service (EDDS 112) to all the regions of Kazakhstan,” Kazkosmos reports.
According to the department, a specially trained operator “EDDS 112” of AIS system, getting the exact coordinates on the electronic map, interviewing the driver, will produce rapid processing of the received information and transmit it to the rapid response service (ambulance, Road Patrol Service).
It should be noted that prior to the creation of a virtual mobile operator ofAIS system, Kazakhstan mobile operators, providing maximum coverage of Kazakhstan, will provide data communication function from on-board terminal.
“Works for 2017-2019 will include the purchase of hardware, creation of a virtual mobile operator of IAS system, as well as harmonization with the ERA-GLONASS system, ERA-RB and eCall of European integrated automotive system, designed and suitable to promptly inform emergency services about road accidents, ” Kazkosmos informed.

Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan


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