On hunting and fishing trips, it’s imperative to keep track of one another to avoid getting separated or lost. This can be challenging when bad cell signals make it impossible to meet up once separated, or when they do connect, can make loud noises that scare away animals. LynQ, a new people tracking device that works without phones, Wi-Fi or apps, is solving this problem. Its compass-like display allows people to see their relative distance and direction from each other up to 3 miles, keeping hunting pals together when regular technology fails. The device is gearing up for its official consumer launch on May 15, after months of field testing with the likes of the U.S. and Thai militaries, Telluride Ski Resort, and the Envision and Solar Music Festivals, and more.
If you’re interested, I’d like to send you more information on how the device works and connect you with the company’s CEO to chat about recent field test findings – specifically the U.S. and Thai Military testing, which showed LynQ improving soldier recovery times by more than 61%. I think this is extremely applicable to show how LynQ helps outdoorsmen find each other quickly and effectively.
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