Introduction to AED Inventory

AED Inventory can be used to maintain an inventory of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and share the location of AEDs with internal stakeholders and the public.

An AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias and is able to treat them through defibrillation. Defibrillators are typically found in office buildings, airports, educational facilities, and other locations where people congregate. Proactively managing and communicating AED information helps dispatchers inform first responders when a cardiac emergency occurs. AED Inventory is typically implemented by public safety agencies that want to have a single catalog of AEDs and share this information with internal stakeholders and the public.

The AED Inventory solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you inventory AEDs, communicate where defibrillators are located to the public, and share authoritative AED information with computer aided dispatch systems or consumer applications, such as PulsePoint.

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This ArcGIS Solution can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization.

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See Deploy an ArcGIS Solution for more information.

Requirements

AED Inventory requires the following:

  • ArcGIS Online

Information products

AED Inventory includes the following information products:

ItemDescriptionMinimum user type

AED Inventory

An ArcGIS Survey123 form used by fire personnel to inventory automated external defibrillators (AEDs)

Editor

AED Inventory

A map used by internal stakeholders to locate AEDs near a given location

Viewer

When you deploy this solution in your ArcGIS organization, you also get an ArcGIS Solution item that organizes the key information products and summarizes all the ArcGIS items (applications, forms, projects, maps, feature layers, feature layer views, and so on) included with the solution. The ArcGIS Solution item also illustrates any dependencies items have on each other.

Release notes

The following are the release notes:

VersionDescription

1.0

  • First release of AED Inventory