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Advanced collision notification systems use in-vehicle crash sensors, GPS technology, and wireless communications systems to supply public/private call centers with crash location information, and in some cases, the number of injured passengers and the nature of their injuries.

EU-mandated automated emergency call technology, eCall, is expected to reduce response time to road accidents by up to 50 percent and help save up to 1,500 lives per year.(03/27/2018)

Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems can reduce the number of moderate to severe injuries in head-on collisions by 73 percent.(09/12/2012 )

Korean study finds Automatic Crash Information Notification Systems would reduce freeway fatalities by 11.8 to 18.1 percent.(August 1, 2012)

Automatic Crash Notification (ACN) systems can reduce road traffic deaths by 1.5 to 15 percent.(September 2009)

An enhanced Automatic Collision Notification System enables three quarters (75.9 percent) of injured occupants to be correctly identified as seriously injured, by using only data automatically collected and transmitted by the vehicles.(June 2009)

Implementing an enhanced Automatic Collision Notification (ACN) system in all passenger vehicles in the US could help improve outcomes for over 15,200 drivers each year involved in moderate to high severity crashes. (June 2009)

Over a 20-year lifecycle, NG9-1-1 would likely cost about the same as maintaining the status quo of the current 9-1-1 system, but deliver 80 percent additional value.(03/05/2009)

In Erie County, New York, a field operational test found that automated collision notification systems reduced incident notification time from an average of 3 minutes to less than 1 minute.(February 2001)

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