Heartrunner bridges the gap between supply and demand in sudden cardiac arrest and increases the chance for survival.

In case of a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) the mortality increase by 10% for every minute without lifesaving attempts.

Would you assist a neighbour, colleague or a that lady in the park suffering from a cardiac arrest? Most people probably would.

But what if was the neighbour four houses down the street, the colleague on another floor in your office building, or if the lady collapsed in the park across the street?

Would you even know that your help was needed?

By alerting volunteers when help is needed Heartrunner provides CPR educated volunteers in your community with the ability to act and save a life. The system can easily be connected with an existing AED network and guide volunteers to nearby AEDs.

With the Heartrunner system in Copenhagen bystander defibrillation has increased threefold and volunteers are on scene before ambulance in 40 % of all cases.

Are you ready to connect your volunteers and increase the chance of survival in your region? Please drop us a note and let´s change peoples lives!

Email our operations manager david@heartrunner.com


The Heartrunner system use a stand-alone cloud based MissionServer that virtually any dispatch centre software can integrated to and trigger.

We have created a multilingual app platform (iOS & Android) for communicating with the volunteers as well as for alerting them. The app can be rebranded to the look and feel of a customer to support regional or national initiatives.

By using sophisticated location based technology we locate and alert volunteers in case they are close to victim of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). This has proved to be less battery consuming and drain less than 1% over a 7-day period (iOS).

The system is currently in use in Sweden and Denmark and the app is downloaded over 90 000 times and at any given time we have over 48 000 users ready to save a life.


We have developed a medically approved and scientifically evaluated system that makes lifesaving skills and resources available earlier to SCA victims.

Great numbers of people have completed training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and know what to do in case of a SCA. But most people never get to use their skill.

More and more automated external defibrillators (AED) are spread in societies. But these lifesaving devices are often left unused even when a SCA occur nearby since people are unaware of their locations.

The Heartrunner system gives your community the possibility to take advantage of the investments that are made in CPR education and AED installations by alerting skilled and motivated volunteers and guiding them to nearby available AEDs.

Heartrunner bridges the gap between supply and demand in sudden cardiac arrest and increases the chance for survival.