This past weekend Trace, an Action Sports Tracking device, took an exciting step forward at the Audi Birds of Prey World Cup in Beaver Creek, CO. Teaming up with the U.S. Ski Team and the Vail Valley Foundation, athletes and officials were able to test the device on the GS course at Beaver Creek.
The Trace, which weighs less than 1.4 ounces, has a 10 hour battery life, and mounts to just about anything, can track a wide variety of stats including number of runs, speed, vertical, distance, calories burned, slope-chairlift-resting time, number of jumps and air time. Best of all, GoPro, iPhone, and Android video all integrate with Trace to find the users best rides, color corrects the footage, and adds your stats giving pro quality highlights without any effort.
Check out Team USA’s Keiffer Christianson testing the device on the Giant Slalom course at Beaver Creek.
Video: Vail Beaver Creek 2015
To learn more about Trace, check out the official website here.