Tap on the Situation best fitting your current situation. This is automatically inserted into the 911ip Text Message. The situation can be edited if you like
This screen appears next on your screen. If you answered No, the stored on your cell unique information for that situation button with it's targeted 911 information, is ready to send to 911. This takes 2 seconds. Faster than dialing 911.
When our users are aware enough of possible situations, they can keep this screen up on ready.
You have several options here. Your Text Message is ready and can be at your 911 in 3 seconds with the flawless information to dispatch.
You can then hit the call button to talk. Or, call and then send the text. The Text Message will be there before the call. Depends on your 911. The total time from Situation button to call in seconds.
This is the targeted information your 911 receives. After sending the text message, the text remains on your cell‘s screen. This is to help protect you from your carriers fatal flaws.
When you answered Yes, our patent pending locating system instantly started to find your very accurate current location.
When the buffer time expires, your current location and other info is automatically inserted and appears on cell's screen. The call screen is minimized. If you can talk openly, you can put the cell on speaker or you can turn the volume all the way down so 911 can hear what is going on.
You can then read your current location to 911 when 911 answers your call. Or, send it as a Text Message to 911, family and friends.
Instant locations can be inconsistent when not using 911ip.
We use the time from when you tap the Yes until the 911 tele communicator answers the call to determine hard to find locations.
This the results of found very accurate locations ready to contact 911. The process dramatically helps improves your response times. You have the same options as you do in flawless results.
If you are abducted you can have the text message automatically sent to 911 with your moving locations every 30 seconds for 10 minutes.