[Talk-GB] Defibrillator Mapping
drnoble at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 16:07:46 UTC 2016
The locations on the lucky2bhere website don't seem to be that accurate for
the ones I have some local knowledge of in the Spey valley, so would only
be of use as a guide for accurate survey.
On Thu, 18 Aug 2016 at 16:38, Alasdair McKinnon <alasdair at dunakin.me.uk>
> I recently saw this article in The Courier regarding defibrillator maps
> for Perthshire.
> Hopefully some usable info there.
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> On 18 Aug 2016, at 15:09, Craig Wallace <craigw84 at fastmail.fm> wrote:
>> On 2016-08-16 09:35, Robert Whittaker (OSM lists) wrote:
>>> Just to let you know, that I've now got another dataset in my
>>> Defibrillator comparison tool at http://robert.mathmos.net/osm/defib/
>>> . East Midlands Ambulance Service has provided the locations of AEDs
>>> that they know about, and these have now been imported into the tool.
>>> As in other areas, our mapping of Defibrillators in the East Midlands
>>> doesn't seem to be very complete yet...
>> For Scotland, maybe look at Lucky 2 B Here. http://www.lucky2bhere.org/
>> They have supplied a lot of defibrillators, mostly around the west
>> highlands and islands.
>> They have a Google map on their website, maybe they could provide the
>> data. http://www.lucky2bhere.org/live-aed-map/
>> I'm not sure how accurate their locations are. Note some of them may not
>> be publicly accessible, ie in sports clubs or schools, and it seems some
>> are on fishing boats.
>> I have surveyed a few of the local ones, and added them to OSM.
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