Amir bathaei

As a mechanical engineer, it was a dream to utilize what I had learned at university, but it was not enough to start a business. So, after 12 failures with different ideas, the field of medical technologies seemed the right way to self-actualization. The studies have acknowledged that heart disease is the #1 cause of death, and there are more concerns about the quality of CPR. After nine months of researching technologies developed for CPR, we concluded that there are lack of services for increasing CPR quality, and solving those problems led BEATLIFE to be found in 2019.


The weak features of CPR technologies including the disability to be used in moving environments like ambulances, the operating temperature of 0°C – 50°C, IP55 water/dust resistance, the accuracy of measurement with ±10% imprecision, dim displays, no audio alarm, and no ergonomic design with a high risk of breaking ribs or hand injuries for performers of CPR were not acceptable to us. Therefore, we focused on challenging situations that other brands did not, and after four years of R&D, BEATLIFE CPRmeter passed the required tests and standards successfully. These valuable achievements satisfy all 103 people who attempted to develop the BEATLIFE CPRmeter.


As a result of customer-centric design thinking, we serve a wide range of customers including Emergency Medical Organizations with car, aircraft, or boat ambulances, Hospitals and Medical Clinics, Red Crescent Societies, Firefighters, Lifeguards, CPR Training Centers, Airlines and Railway Organization, Industries with a risk of Electrocution or Suffocation, Gyms, and anywhere there is a first aid box. Also, our products are made with a process certified by ISO13485 and quality controlled with high-tech machines one by one. In day-to-day life, our commitment to save more than 200,000 lives by 2030 is the best reason to go on. So, Let’s Save Lives together.

Amir Bathaei.

Co-Founder and CEO