Alaska support team. Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy HumanEdgeTech, SOURCE
Because Inmarsat satellites are positioned over the Equator, in Alaska the antenna had to be aimed almost straight at the horizon. Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy www.humanedgetech.com, SOURCE
Basecamp was set up with Macs, PC, Androids, Iphones and Pads. All biometrics, tracking and other info was uploaded to the cloud through satellite and downloaded again over satellite. Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy HumanEdgeTech, SOURCE
Sensors talked to Android over Bluetooth that used the wifi hotspot to get internet over satellite. Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy HumanEdgeTech, SOURCE
"We currently focus on smartphones and Internet of Things at HumanEdgeTech. Open source software and open source hardware allow gear combinations never before possible. " Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy HumanEdgeTech, SOURCE
Worst memory: "Cracking my Sony laptop screen while driving an ATV to camp. Trauma." Image by Tom Sjogren courtesy HumanEdgeTech, SOURCE
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(Tina Sjogren) Social TV, GoogleTV, personal 3D videocams and rent-a-theatre concepts: Internet has disrupted print media and some say TV is next. In an attempt to predict what the future will look like, ExplorersWeb asked documentary producers, cameramen, folks building special interest platforms and other adventure film makers for their take. The interviews will be published as a Roundtable through the remains of 2012. Tom Sjogren, at ExWeb sponsor HumanEdgeTech, recently finished a cool (and occasionally hilarious)...