Ipswich-based two10degrees backs Mongol Rally’s Team Alliance

Richard Prodger of GAP, two10degrees' tracking platform.

Richard Prodger of GAP, two10degrees' tracking platform. - Credit: Archant

Software firm two10degrees has provided its Global Alerting Platform (GAP) tracking system to a team taking part in the Mongol Rally which starts today.

Chloe Brockington and Joe Goode from Devon, known as Team Alliance, are tackling the 10,000 mile route from London to Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia in a 15-year-old VW Polo.

They are aiming to raise at least £2,000 for charities Scope, Rethink Mental Illness and Coolearth and the tracking platform supplied by Ipswich-based two10degrees will allow their family, friends and other supporters to track their progress via an interactive map.

Richard Prodger, technical director for GAP, said: “We love supporting adventures like the Mongol Rally. GAP is the tracking platform of choice by teams across the globe; our public facing mapping interface will allow Joe and Chloe’s families, friends and followers to track them every step of the way to Mongolia.”

The multi-award winning GAP platform uses state-of-the-art technology and is the power behind tracking, telemetry, M2M and emergency alerting applications the world over.

The interactive map can be found on Team Alliance’s homepage: www.teamalliance-mongolrally.com .


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