All our devices are provided with your own embeddable and customisable web page, using Google Maps
We have real people to help you, should you need it. No call centres, just friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Lots of people claim to cover the globe, but Iridium is the only satellite network that does. Pole to pole.
If you have your own mapping or systems, and want to integrate data from our products, that's OK.
No commitment or complicated pricing. Our pay-as-you-go services are easy and inexpensive.
We make our own hardware products, write the software, and manage the service. You can trust us.
RUGGED AND RELIABLE
DESIGNED TO LAST
Our devices are designed for use in the real world. Waterproof, drop-proof, products you can trust.
Designed and Built in Great Britain and Proud of it
Our products are designed, assembled and tested in the UK. It gives us control over the whole process, and means we can maintain the highest quality.
A product is only as good as its constituent parts. Our aim is to build a quality product, for a reasonable price, using the right components for the job.
Every element of our products has been thought about, tweaked, adjusted and refined. We do the best we can at design stage, and take user feedback on board to help with future products.
What sort of events do we support?
While YB sells devices to adventurers around the globe, most of our customers use our products on a rent-and-return basis. Here are some of the most common events and expeditions we support.
We provide tracking for all of the big events such as The Fastnet, Sydney Hobart and The Arc, and smaller events with a few boats taking part.
We track about 200 races per year, including the legendary GODZone and the pictured Trek Rose Trip.
If your race stages take competitors outside of cellular coverage, YB Tracking is the perfect choice.
From school pupils taking part in Duke of Edinburgh expeditions to fundraisers and adventure travel, we have global coverage.
Feedback from Customers
"The unit is something that communicates with the wider world via satellites, is tough enough to drop, and won't run out of power until after you do."
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