Tuesday, November 29, 2005

SlopeTracker GPS Ski Tracking

Heading to Park City, Copper, Keystone or Telluride to carve some powder if so then make sure you pick up SlopeTracker so that you can tell how many runs that you have made and where you have been on the slopes. GPS technology has become small enough and developers are coming out of the woodwork. You pick up the armband and start tracking detailed statistics of your time on the mountain or lodge. At the end of the day return the 3-oz armband and receive a poster quality frame ready printout of your days statistics. Here is what is tracked, number of runs, vertical footage, distance, top speed, steeps, hours resting, calories burned, difficulty rating (based on the trails skied), run details and database comparison. See examples, check it out SlopeTracker

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