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Wired Magazine - SPOT Passes Extreme Test

wired_logoAs seen in the March 2010 issue of Wired Magazine.

By Joe Brown

How do you truly test a device that beams your coordinates into space and dispatches a rescue squad to your exact location? You get lost. Read More >

New Enhanced SPOT Messenger Summons First Emergency Rescue

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A customer using his new SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger summons a rescue for an injured rider who just crashed her motorcycle. Learn more >

A SPOT 911 Message and blinking LEDs Help Save Photographer

MMM_0152-overhead-500x747It all started as professional photographer Ed Cooley was pursuing his passion looking for the perfect shots in remote areas of the Ozark National Forest in Arkansas when some unstable terrain sent him 30 feet down off the end of a bluff into a creek bed. What followed was a rescue for the ages. For an immediate account of the story, please see the Harrison (Arkansas) Daily. Click Read More below for a summary of the story and more links.

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Motorcycle Rider Uses SPOT to Summon Help from Friends

Alone. Pinned under your motorcycle. Outside of cell range. A nightmare for many, this is what Erica from Los Angeles experienced earlier this month. In a remote stretch off Hell's Canyon National Park in Oregon, Erica had nothing but her SPOT to help her.

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Adventurer Andy Maser Helping "Turn Restoration into Recreation"

46678-Andy-Scott_s_D_BackgroundThis week, a small team of environmental activists, adventurers and media professionals are paddling the 130 mile stretch of the Columbia River from Portland, OR to the Pacific Ocean. Through their ethic, “Turning Restoration into Recreation,” the paddlers hope to benefit both the Columbia River watershed and those recovering from injuries sustained while serving our country. Click Read More below to learn about their cause and see how they use SPOT to broadcast their Live Map tracking.

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Bill and his comrade

bill_hunting Bill, current President of Ruby Valley Search and Rescue and a "retired" Army pilot, is an avid hunter and fisherman. Needless to say, Bill spends a lot of time outdoors; he jokingly states he knows most trees on a first name basis.

Several years ago, Bill developed a preparedness plan, which included having a SPOT device. He even developed a messaging system for friends and family on his contact list: (1) Check In message in the morning and evening to family and friends, (2) Check In messages back to back to let them know he got an elk, and (3) Check In messages back to back to let everyone know that he was headed out of the backcountry.

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