Help save lives by adding public access Automated External Defibrillator (AED) locations you have found to the cloud. You can download the AED upload module to do that here.
The fully featured iRescU App v 2.0 will be available end 2017.
The iRescU project is building an AED database accessible to 911 and the public so that when a Sudden Cardiac Arrest occurs, that vitally important Publically Accessible Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) is locatable and right on hand.
This AED location information will be available widely, to Emergency Services and bystanders, so that an AED can be found quickly by a bystander by just calling 911, or using smartphone Apps, like iRescU for free.
Should you be interested to participate and add AEDs you have found to the AED database - you can enter those AEDs here, or via twitter, or even just an email. All AED locations are subsequently validated for location, functionality and accessibility.