How to add an AED location map to an agency website
SINGLE AGENCY AED MAP
It's simple for PulsePoint agencies to add a live, interactive AED location map to their website. Data for these maps comes straight from the PulsePoint hosted registry, always reflecting the latest device information. The example City of San Diego map below was created with this single line of HTML:
<iframe src="https://aedviewer.pulsepoint.org/?agency_id=37140" width="100%" height="600"></iframe>
Modify this code by substituting your PulsePoint Agency ID and any other desired iframe attributes (such as width, height, and border) and add it to your website. If the Agency ID parm is excluded, the map will attempt to center on the user's location (this prompts/requires the user to grant permission to their location).
REGIONAL AED MAP
If you would like to display a region that consists of several PulsePoint agencies, concatenate the agency identifiers in the src tag as shown below.
<iframe src="https://aedviewer.pulsepoint.org/?agency_id=07015,07030,07035,07060,07075,07090,07100" width="100%" height="600"></iframe>
The map below includes all AED locations in Contra Costa County using registry data from the seven distinct PulsePoint agencies included in the src tag: East Contra Costa County Fire District (07015), Crockett Carquinez Fire Department (07030, San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District (07035), Moraga-Orinda Fire District (07060), Pinole Fire Department (07075), Contra Costa County Fire Protection District (07090), Rodeo-Hercules Fire District (07100).
Click on the AED clusters to reveal the underlying devices. Click on the individual AED icons to display additional attributes, including photos and colocated resources such as Bleeding Control Kits and Naloxone, if available. Only approved AEDs are displayed with this resource (pending AEDs are not shown).
PulsePoint agencies can also add an AED entry form to their website.