Community Driven Tech
The Approach We have long since been committed to a community driven approach to creating to new safety technology. We think this is paramount. Unfortunately, very few people get the opportunity to see the big picture response to our work the way we do. Our calls for help are always met with an overwhelming response […]Read More
Avalanche Level 1
Big thanks to Soldier Mountain Ski Area and 705 Backcountry Ski Patrol for an awesome Avy 1 course this weekend! Definitely a different feel doing this course after daylight savings and in warmer weather. It’s a lot easier to promote conversation when nobody’s toes are frozen, and we’re not quickly losing light!Read More
Happy New Year!
With the new year in full swing, the RAD crew is working fervently to get the probes ready for users. Despite a fully functional app, Jake and Micah did some old school cable and computer testing yesterday to get a closer look at some raw data. The results are promising!Read More
Last week we all had a blast at the Boise SnowBall! SnowBall was a party we sponsored that was put on by the Winter Wildlands Alliance to benefit a program called SnowSchool. SnowSchool is a program that takes classes of young kids into the winter environment, and teaches them about the importance of their local […]Read More
Last week Jake and Micah had the pleasure of attending ISSW along with the Colorado Snow and Avalanche Workshop. The purpose of going to this event was two-fold. They wanted to learn more about snow science and the industry in general. They also were there to make some new connections, and help spread the word […]Read More
Ryan’s Living in a Van!!
In true lean start-up nature, one of our co-founders is making the ultimate move to a lean lifestyle. Ryan Stevenson has retrofitted a Mercedes Sprinter Van for he and his wife Chelsea to live in with their dog Luna. This summer they will be traveling the country, visiting family, and working remotely on RAD. We’re […]Read More
Throughout the season we’ve gotten to test in a lot of different types of snow. Although a warm wet snowpack doesn’t make for the most interested testing, it is pretty cool from a materials standpoint. (Also, we’re not sure why Jake is the cutest grandson)Read More
RAD Probe Testing Snapshot
Our first full weekend of testing went really well! Here’s a quick snapshot. Check back for more detailed updates!Read More
January Progress Update
The last couple weeks have been busy for the RAD crew! Jake got his level 2 avalanche certification and is now an Outdoor Emergency Care Technician for the National Ski Patrol. Also, Micah and Ryan have been working feverishly to get the newest prototype snow ready, and testing has begun!Read More
Sometimes in business, it becomes necessary to part ways with a partner. It always makes it tough when that partner is also a very dear friend. Wes will no longer be working with Realtime Adventure Data, but has moved on to other things such as an amazing career opportunity, and climbing harder than ever. Moving […]Read More