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Mobile App CrowdSav AED Scotland Save A Life Locator

Mobile App

Lucky2BHere devices are uploaded to the Scottish Ambulance Service database and visible to Call Handlers responding to 999 Calls.  




We have also established partnerships with a two mobile Apps that provide defibrillator mapping services and are easy to download.



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GoodSAM is based in the UK and endorsed by the Resuscitation Council UK.  They have mapped thousands of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) across the world, with over 30,000 AEDs live on the platform.  If you download the GoodSAM Alerter app and witness an emergency or need to get help quickly, you can just open the App, press the 'Call for Help' button and activate both the emergency services and your nearest First Aider.  

The GoodSAM Alerter App is available via the App Store and Google Play. 



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Crowdsav is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) international crowdsourcing platform.  With Crowdsav, users can locate the nearest AED from their current location, or contribute by adding AEDs they have found to help someone find it in times of need.  

The Crowdsav App is available via the App Store and Google Play. 




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Would you know what to do if someone’s heart suddenly stopped beating?

Resuscitation Council (UK) is determined to teach young people essential life-saving skills through Lifesaver and Lifesaver VR – a free game-in-a-film that allows viewers to step into an emergency situation and learn crucial life-saving skills.

Lifesaver provides cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) instructions and feedback in a real-time scenario, and it shows the ease of using a defibrillator to boost learning and confidence in saving lives. There are four scenarios to learn from, including content on what to do if someone is choking, how to do CPR, and how to use a defibrillator. 

Lifesaver VR is an immersive experience that throws you into the situation where someone is having a cardiac arrest - make the right choices to save a life.  You learn by doing - do it wrong, you see the consequences; do it right you sense the thrill of saving a life. 

Lifesaver games can be played anytime, anywhere on a mobile phone, tablet or computer and are available free via the App Store and Google Play.