Most rescue operations don’t reach a desired end due to the shortage of proper technology and equipment. Designed by Aung Khin Soe Win, an Industrial Design student from CSULB, the “Eie” is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for rescuers who have to travel a lot during their emergency operations. Presenting retractable defibrillation pads and a medical box, the Eie can be worn like a backpack, giving optimum comfort to the users while walking, running or even jumping during the rescue operations. Especially designed for Red Cross medics, the defibrillator presenting an ergonomic design is not just comfortable to carry but at the same time easy to use, for you may bring it into play without removing it from your back. The rescue device also includes an emergency light to assist medics in the dark.