MAMMUT APPS


In addition to functional and innovative equipment, Mammut, a manufacturer of modern mountain sports clothing of the very highest Swiss quality, is going a step further and offering iPhone apps for mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts. Whether for preparing or during an alpine tour, the apps offer interesting added value and ensure greater safety on the mountain. Making the iPhone "absolute alpine" and fully equipped for the next outdoor adventure.


#PROJECT360 APP

Discover the most spectacular alpine tours!

Are you ready as well for breathtaking views from dizzying heights, for magical panoramas and stunning videos? The #project360 brings the most spectacular alpine tours straight to you.

Be part of the rope team of our Pro Team athletes and mountain guides and take on the challenge of the exposed ridges of the Matterhorn, the steep flanks of the Eiger North Face or even the highest peak on earth.

The App #project360 makes it possible to experience the magnificent atmosphere of classic ridges, glaciers and steep faces with your smartphone or tablet – all in realistic 360° panorama pictures and videos.

With a head-mounted device (e.g., Google Cardboard, Zeiss VR One, Homido or others) the virtual reality of the images allows you to experience the ascent of the famous and bold Eiger North Face or the Matterhorn in the thick of it.

You´ll find all information on #project360 at http://www.project360.mammut.ch.

Rope up and join the climbing team!




SAFETY APP

Mammut Safety App - new and improved

Snow-covered mountains glistening in the sunshine and perfect off-piste powder waiting for your first tracks - what more could you wish forin winter? A risk-free run perhaps! The Mammut Safety App is designed to help you reduce your risks. Now completely revised, is is far easier and more intuitive to use out in the mountains.

Avoiding accidents and ensuring rapid rescue are our top priorities. The Safety App helps you prepare effectively for your tour and avoid dangerous situations. A risk check considering factors such as the level of danger, exposure and slope angle help you assess the risk in your chosen location. In an emergency, the SOS feature allows you to transmit your GPS data to the local rescue service or a saved number.

The familiar basic functions, of course, remain unchanged, including a clinometer to measure the angle of the slope, a compass to determine the slope direction and an altimeter. Not forgetting links to the main avalanche bulletins over the world.

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