From the basic AED protection cabinet to the comprehensive terminal capable of being installed outdoors with multiple functions, i.e. regulated heating and ventilation, AED status monitoring, distress call for emergency response and even photo surveillance, the AIVIA line always contains at least one solution adapted to each of your needs.
AIVIA meets all current EC requirements and standards.
Combining robust with lightweight, AIVIA comprises two distinct parts:
- Polycarbonate hood (anti-UV treatment), transparent
- A green ABS (UL-VO rated) support (RAL 6024), compliant with the international ISO 3864 Standard characterising emergency colour codes.
12 different cabinet models make up the AIVIA line, along with a visual communication terminal featuring a 32-inch vertical screen dedicated to public buildings.
The AIVIA line is divided into two distinct parts: These parts are referred to as the protective AIVIA and the monitoring AIVIA.
The protective AIVIA are cabinets that house and protect an AED along with its accessories, while entrusting the operator to visually control the working condition of the AED these cabinets are intended to protect.
SAccording to recommendations issued by the ANSM Safety Agency and AED manufacturers, these visual inspections must be conducted at frequencies equivalent to the AED self-tests: daily if the AED is subjected to a daily self-test; weekly if the AED is tested weekly.
An up-to-date maintenance log should facilitate the tracking of such controls.
AIVIA monitoring protects the AED it contains, to the same extent as so-called protective models, yet this service also features an optical sensor that automatically handles visual monitoring of the AED operations indicator.
These models are coupled to the AIVIAnetCloud service, which allows for remote surveillance of all AED devices included under AIVIA monitoring.
Besides checking the AED operations indicator, all information relative to the AED environment is also relayed (opening of AIVIA, removal of the AED, aberrant temperatures, expired consumables, etc.).