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“Pulse Point went off that CPR was needed in a car for a kid that was literally five houses away,” Deputy Chief Peder Humlen with Ada County Paramedics said.
“I got notified and beat the first responders there.” “It’s really been a game-changer.” said Shawn Rayne Division Chief of EMS for the Boise Fire Department. adults say they’ve had CPR training, and most would be willing to use CPR or an AED to help save a stranger’s life.
Have a list of places that you can get certified, but only allow people with CPR certification to get notified. One thing I’d like to see is if we change the map to satellite, it will stay selected to satellite and Vice versa; If we would like to see traffic levels as well, then it will stay that way.
That good with the account idea, and the next idea which is an area where you have to be CPR certified to get CPR notifications. I like how if i try to tap on the audio button, it’ll now tell me that that department doesn’t provide audio, bummer, but at least I now know it’s not in Pulse Point’s control.• New CPR needed alert functionality, including the ability to indicate response intention and listen to dispatch audio upon activation.• Active incident map pins are now red, with some icon revisions.• New map option to suppress the display of recent incidents (gray pins).• AEDs near each other now gather together into clusters to make viewing the map easier at different zoom levels.• Map preferences (map type, traffic, show AEDs, etc.) now persist between sessions.• Expanded AED detail box for displaying colocated Naloxone (e.g., Narcan®) and Epinephrine (e.g., Epi Pen®), along with Bleeding Control Kits.• New AED icons including “ ” badge to indicate colocated items are present.• Verified Responder enhancements (for agency assigned personnel) including a new virtual ID. Some that you put in the app and then somewhere where other people can make custom tones.Next, you should have accounts, so that people can save calls, and have alerts for specific stations and departments.A simple note, phone call or public meeting comment would ensure that they are aware of Pulse Point.We have found that City Hall does listen and is quite willing to bring Pulse Point to the community.