With the AED Alert app you can participate in organised neighbourly assistance, which can reduce the mortality rate from sudden cardiac arrests. Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone. Only a very rapid resuscitation, within six minutes, can help. We are dedicated to organised neighbourly assistance, anywhere and at all times. As a volunteer you can save people’s lives by participating in this network.
In case of an alert, the system knows where volunteers are. This way only volunteers that are in the vicinity of the patient are alerted. In case the app is not activated, the system alerts the volunteer via SMS based on the registered private or work address.
Operation of the app
In case of a sudden cardiac arrest available volunteers in proximity of the incident receive an alert. The number of volunteers that receive an alert depends on their availability. Alerted volunteers are requested to reply to the alert. This way we track the number of volunteers that will go to the call. When a sufficient amount of volunteers have accepted the alert, the others receive a cancellation message. This way there are never too many volunteers on scene.
The deployed volunteers receive the location of the incident or the AED, including a route description. Volunteers that retrieve the AED receive a PIN code, or use a key to open the AED cabinet. New types of cabinets can be remotely opened from the dispatch centre.
Features of the app
- Timeline where you can see your recent calls
- Identity card (identification at the incident)
- See AEDs nearby
- Spot AEDs (tip us!)
- Achievements out of your area
We did some optimisations for the profile forms.
- Stan B.V.
- 70.8 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, Lithuanian
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2018 Stan B.V.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.