Welcome to this month’s GPS Training podcast, it’s our 30th episode.
So, without further ado let’s get on with today’s podcast ……
It’s the New Year, so today we are going have a slightly different podcast.
Not only have we got new theme music, which I know will make Ian happy, but it is going to be a Podcast of two halves –
I hope you enjoy the ‘slightly different’ January GPS Training podcast.
I must state I loved putting these months running order together, looking and listening back over the past year of Podcasts and also thinking forward to what we could have in the future in the world of Outdoor GPS navigation.
— So, first of all its’s time to look back at the past twelve months
The first-ever GPS Training Podcast – September 2017 – you may have heard this story before but back in one of our monthly staff meetings when I raised the idea of a podcast, one month later it happened.
In February 2019 (podcast number 19), which was Ian’s first podcast, Andy’s last one came out on the 31st December, we looked at –
It’s been an interesting year, key products –
Key guests –
Alex and two of his friends Seb and Elliot set off on a 10,000 mile journey through 20 countries in a £600.00 Ford Fiesta and wow what an adventure they had.
Fun story –
Funny or memorable things that have happened to you on courses in the past year
As a bit of an interlude between looking back at last year and looking forward to this year I want to discuss podcasts with you Ian for the next five minutes –
I want you Ian to pull your phone out of your pocket, or whatever you listen to your podcasts on.
And for you to tell me the top 5 podcasts you listened to,and tell me in one sentence why you listen to each of those podcasts ….
Before I start this piece, I must state I have signed a non-disclosure agreement with Garmin, but purposely I have not asked about any ‘roadmaps’ for next year.
So, we can discuss what we would like, rather than what I know is going to be around the corner.
These are the kind of things we discuss off air
Quick Fire round, do you think you would change your GPS unit if it had any of the following features on –
• OS maps on a Garmin GPS Watch?
• Both a touch screen and button, on the same unit, handheld GPS unit from Garmin
• Solar charging – power neutral GPS handheld unit/ GPS watch
• Open Sourced mapping ever showing rights of way, how much cheaper would GPS units be without the OS license?
• Anything I have missed?
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