The World's largest AED Registry now introduces the world's first mobile AED Registry:

The GoodSAM community has mapped thousands of Public Access AEDs. This is done by taking a picture of a fixed location AED (e.g. fixed to a wall) and uploading it through the App. The location of the AED is then checked and appears on our mapping system.

AEDs don't Save Lives - People with AEDs do:

There are many more AEDs out there and we figured that many of these are not fixed, but travelling around in people's cars. In London over 900 police vehicles have AEDs. In some places, taxis carry AEDs and of course many first aid trained people do... and so we have now introduced the world's first mobile AED registry!

If you carry an AED in your car, simply click "I have an AED" in the GoodSAM responder app and both you and your AED can be used as a resource.

We believe that AED data should belong to the statutory ambulance service and share our data with our ambulance service partners. The data is also open to everyone in a location controlled manner.

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