The latest advancements in location-based services (LBS) are bringing about major improvements in the accuracy, the reliability and the types of services delivered to consumers and businesses.

Due to these advances, LBS are increasingly being deployed in mission-critical applications such as E911 caller location. Mobile service providers can also boost revenues and benefit from the broad range of potential commercial applications with LBS. Faced with an ever increasing threat from ‘over-the-top’ (OTT) services, service providers need to continuously explore new ways to generate income from their existing network infrastructure. LBS plays a significant role in this strategy.

Learn more in this white paper below:

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