The ResQTraQ is a real-time GPS tracking system used by emergency and disaster responders. The system requires no existing infrastructure, has a limitless geographic envelope, uses no subscription services, and is all sealed up in an IP68 rated casing. Incident commanders can watch the geographic locations of their personnel in real time across all computing platforms. The software side supports topographic maps, weather radar overlays, discovered hazards/clues/etc, and offline mapping functions. The target market is anyone who responds to emergencies, disasters, or large events - fire depts, EMS, rescue squads, humanitarian groups, police, security, rangers, forestry, utilities, etc.
Recent events have underscored the need for this product. The 19 members of the Granite Mountain HotShot crew that died 6/30/2013 and the death of Token Adams in late August 2013 could have potentially been avoided if the ResQTraQ had been issued to the firefighters.