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Method and system for providing location dependent and personal identification information to a public safety answering point

A method and system are provided for sending location dependent and personal identification information to a public safety answering point. Base stations for receiving a transmission packet signal having a transmitter identification number are located throughout an area where personal security coverage is desired. Whenever a personal security transmitter is activated, it is received by one or more base stations. Each base station has a signal receiving unit for receiving a transmission packet signal and a signal processing unit for processing a transmission packet signal and generating a base station packet. Base station packets contain both a transmitter identification number and location information about the activated transmitter. After a base station packet is generated, it is sent to a command center for processing. If a valid base station packet is received at a command center, information contained in the base station packet is used to determine the closest base station to the activated transmitter and to retrieve personal identification information about the person to whom the transmitter was issued. This location and personal identification information is then displayed at the command center or public safety answering point.

Emergency communications for the mobile environment

Systems and methods for two-way, interactive communication regarding emergency notifications and responses for mobile environments are disclosed. In accordance with one embodiment of the present invention, a specific geographic area is designated for selective emergency communications. The emergency communications may comprise text, audio, video, and other types of data. The emergency notification is sent to users' mobile communications devices such as in-vehicle telematics units, cellular phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), laptops, etc. that are currently located in the designated area. The sender of the emergency message or the users' service provider(s) may remotely control cameras and microphones associated with the users' mobile communications devices. For example, a rear camera ordinarily used when driving in reverse may be used to capture images and video that may assist authorities in searching for a suspect. The users' vehicles may send photographs or video streams of nearby individuals, cars and license plates, along with real-time location information, in response to the emergency notification. Image recognition algorithms may be used to analyze license plates, vehicles, and faces captured by the users' cameras and determine whether they match a suspect's description. Advantageously, the present invention utilizes dormant resources in a highly beneficial and time-saving manner that increases public safety and national security.

Recording and reporting device, method, and application

A method and/or a computer readable medium and a computer-executable set of instructions on the computer readable medium, and/or a product or processing system such as a handheld communication device or computer, for carrying out the method, the method allowing a user to initiate capturing images during an experience such as a driving experience and submitting an electronic communication containing at least captured images for a threshold duration before and/or after detecting a threshold magnitude motion, such as one emulating a car accident. The electronic communication can be configured to be sent to a predestinated destination such as an insurance agent, emergency respondent, family member, employer, or any other destination, and may include additional information such as accident location, user information, and vehicle information. The processing system display may provide the user the option to, or the processing system may automatically, call a desired destination such as an emergency respondent. The processing system may respond to computer-executable instructions to delete from a threshold history of the captured image as the image capture device thereof records images to preserve memory space, keeping the most recent threshold duration. The processing system may respond to computer-executable instructions to continue recording after the threshold magnitude motion is detected for a threshold duration prior to submitting the captured image. The display of the processing system may include a user-selectable panic object to allow manual submission of a threshold duration of the image captured without the processing system having detected the threshold magnitude motion.
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