European Emergency Number Association

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European Emergency Number Association
founding 1999
Seat Brussels
Action space More than 80 countries worldwide
sales 1,108,489 euros (2016)
Members 1300 rescue organizations, emergency call center

The European Emergency Number Association ( EENA ) is a non-governmental organization based in Brussels . The aim is a better international network of emergency call processing centers as well as joint projects.


According to its own information, EENA currently has around 1300 members in over 80 countries worldwide. These include emergency call centers, international organizations, members of the European Parliament and researchers.


Many projects are carried out with the European Union , for example the “HELP 112” project, which aimed to transmit the caller's position data. This project also led, among other things, to the open source standard Advanced Mobile Location .

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Mission & budget. Retrieved January 25, 2018 .
  2. EU Projects. Retrieved January 25, 2018 .