BOSTON — Uber is rolling out its 911 information sharing program to the entire state.

When a rider or driver uses the in-app emergency button to call 911, key trip details will be automatically sent to 911 dispatchers in an emergency.

The product is available in other cities and counties in the United States, but Massachusetts is the first place in the country where it’s available statewide.

Uber first introduced the emergency button for all riders and drivers in 2018. The feature shows GPS location and car details, such as make, model, color, and license plate, in the app so that when a rider or driver taps Uber’s emergency button to call 911, they can tell dispatchers that information.

Uber has partnered with RapidSOS to pilot 911 integration with local emergency authorities.

This technology allows the rider or driver’s exact location - even as the car is moving - and car make/mode, color and license plate number to be sent to the 911 center electronically.

The integration is now live in more than 250 U.S. cities and counties, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. The feature was made available in Boston and Springfield in September 2018 and in Cambridge in February 2019.