Outdoor Tracker Systems, Inc.

Communication, Safety & Management Products and Software for Outdoors Men and Women

Proactive Safety Afield

By now, many of you heard the story of two brothers missing for a few days during their recent 2014 Black Hills SD Spring Turkey Hunt (read their story at http://www.outdoorhub.com/news/turkey-hunters-survive-black-hills-blizzard/). Fortunately, this adventure ended well with both 70+ year old brothers being found in good condition. However, these scenarios often don’t end favorably when serious injuries or exposure come into play.

The Black Hills National Forest covers over 1.2 million acres of wilderness area, and with many larger public areas available nationally, simply telling your family & friends that you’re “staying in Custer and hunting from there” does very little to help your cause in the event of an unforeseen accident. The more information you leave behind, the higher the probability of being rescued in a reasonable amount of time. This might just save your life or that of your outdoor companions.

At Outdoor Tracker Systems, we understand the importance of leaving a record behind for safety and recovery. And, we’ve created easy-to-use Apps and display products to standardize the process so that it’s recognizable across the country. Our communication network lets you take a proactive approach for safety, privacy, and emergency response. You might not always be able to “push the button” on your satellite device, and leaving advance notice is highly recommended by all outdoor safety professionals. Watch the video below to see how we do safety afield at OutdoorTrackerSystems.com


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