New Zealand has a system known as the Emergency Caller Location Information (ECLI) that works when a call to the emergency services is made from a mobile phone. This system allows information about the caller’s location to be automatically generated and made available to the emergency services. The ECLI system will provide an approximate location from where the call is being made. It happens when 111 calls originate from a device. It assists the emergency services, especially when a caller is unsure of their location. They will still be asked details about the location of the medical emergency.
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