|To:||"Baird, Ian" <>|
|Subject:||RE: Free Phone App for emergency GPS co ordinates etc|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Feb 2016 00:27:38 +0000|
Re map apps. I have been using 'Memory Map' for Off-line topo /street and HEMA maps on my PC plus on the phone/tablet for a while now. Works good in Australia, and in NZ and the UK from experience. On Andriod app is free plus base 1:250,000 map of Australia can be downloaded free also. On Apple I think you have to pay a small fee.
Young ones need to understand that such apps work with off-line maps loaded in advance onto your phone and don't need a data connection to operate - sort of essential in rural Australia. package will give GPS read-out, tracking etc.
From experience many Sat phones have a feature that will simply send current GPS data as a text.
On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 9:39 AM, Baird, Ian <> wrote:
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