Guest Post: Polar Vision

Guest Post: Polar Vision

In January 2012, Alan Lock will set the world record as the first visually impaired person to travel from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole. Most people find this story truly incredible and inspiring, but for the visually impaired, Alan’s story shows what can be possible. But as I said, we’re going the end of the Earth. So telling the story could have been a struggle. Iridium has solved this problem for us.

Monitoring and Tracking 24/7/365

Monitoring and Tracking 24/7/365

Iridium value-added partner Fleet Management Solutions® (FMS) has been selected by the U.S. Justice Department, Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to equip its fleet vehicles and other mobile assets, with their award-winning Fleet Director Global® Iridium-based vehicle tracking and mobile resource management system.

Guest Post: Surviving Todagin Mountain

Guest Post: Surviving Todagin Mountain

In July 2011 a helicopter dropped me off on the plateau of Todagin Mountain in remote northern British Columbia where I was to spend the next four months living in a tent while photographing the world’s largest herd of Stone’s sheep.