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Ozonics

Ozonics Hunting offers a "machine" that changes oxygen molecules into ozone molecules. A silent fan projects the molecules downwind where they bond with scent molecules. The result is molecules that are unrecognizable to game..

ATN Smart Scope

The Next Generation of Thermal Sensors are here and they are Powered by ATN’s Obsidian IV Dual core. Higher thermal sensitivity, improved contrasts, near silent shutter, and improved resolution make the new ATN ThOR 4 Smart Thermal Riflescope the sight to own. Easy to use and quick to learn but with all the features that you have come to expect from an ATN Smart scope.

Garmin Xero A1

The Garmin Xero A1 Bow Sight automatically measures distance to the target and provides an LED pin for the shot. The LED pins allow you to clearly see target, unobstructed by physical pins. A single- button trigger lets you range at rest or full draw to game up to 100 yards away or to reflective targets up to 300 yards.

hunting tech

Some hunters prefer the no-frills approach to hunting: It's a time reconnect with nature and get back to the simplicity of what the sport is all about. But in the modern age, many hunters are starting to use more and more technology. Whether it's a hunting app on a smartphone or a high-tech optics device on a rifle, modern hunting technology is starting to work its way into the sport. . Digital trail cameras are among the most popular tech products in hunters' arsenals. Trail cameras provide hunters with useful valuable information about the behavior of the animals they're tracking. The hunting world is right on the cusp of seeing trail cameras that can stream photos and video content from the field to computers and smart devices. Also expect to see improvements in night vision capabilities. Improved Scent Control While you may not associate scent with modern technology, scent control is one of the most rapidly growing tech trends in the hunting industry. There are already several scent control hunting products, including gear, apparel and sprays available on the market. Be on the lookout for more effective sprays and clothing as fiber and chemical technology advances in the coming years. GPS units are a part of everyday life in modern society. They are found in mobile devices, computers, cars, trucks, boats and a host of other connected devices. In terms of hunting technology, expect to see 3D detailed maps for navigating the woods and field. Google is currently developing a smartphone that can create 3D maps of the user's surroundings. We're interested to find out how that technology will translate to hunters. Once considered a primitive weapon, hunting bows have become modernized state-of-the-art weapons. Every year, bow makers push the boundaries of their technology. In the coming years, bow companies will continue to push the boundaries of feet-per-second rates and create more and more accurate bows. Expect to see more features in less expensive packages. Intelligent Optics Optics for shotgun sights, rifle scopes, along with binoculars and rangefinders are already making huge leaps forward in their technology. State-of-the-art optics can already tell us how far a target is, and with technology like Tracking Point's Precision Guided Firearms, shooters can tag and track a moving target up to 1,200 yards away. In recent years, mobile app developers have created smartphone programs that serve as soundboards and learning tools for a wide variety of game calls. These apps are convenient and cost effective. Expect to hear improvements in digital game calls as speaker technology improves.
Call Master Mobile Application
Call Master Pro Available on All App Stores
-Plan your next time to hunt with real time deer movement calculator.
-Learn new animal calling skills
-Use App to connect to any electronic game calling system or Bluetooth speaker

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Hunting Technology Innovations Company

hunting tech

Some hunters prefer the no-frills approach to hunting: It's a time reconnect with nature and get back to the simplicity of what the sport is all about. But in the modern age, many hunters are starting to use more and more technology. Whether it's a hunting app on a smartphone or a high-tech optics device on a rifle, modern hunting technology is starting to work its way into the sport. . Digital trail cameras are among the most popular tech products in hunters' arsenals. Trail cameras provide hunters with useful valuable information about the behavior of the animals they're tracking. The hunting world is right on the cusp of seeing trail cameras that can stream photos and video content from the field to computers and smart devices. Also expect to see improvements in night vision capabilities. Improved Scent Control While you may not associate scent with modern technology, scent control is one of the most rapidly growing tech trends in the hunting industry. There are already several scent control hunting products, including gear, apparel and sprays available on the market. Be on the lookout for more effective sprays and clothing as fiber and chemical technology advances in the coming years. GPS units are a part of everyday life in modern society. They are found in mobile devices, computers, cars, trucks, boats and a host of other connected devices. In terms of hunting technology, expect to see 3D detailed maps for navigating the woods and field. Google is currently developing a smartphone that can create 3D maps of the user's surroundings. We're interested to find out how that technology will translate to hunters. Once considered a primitive weapon, hunting bows have become modernized state-of-the-art weapons. Every year, bow makers push the boundaries of their technology. In the coming years, bow companies will continue to push the boundaries of feet-per-second rates and create more and more accurate bows. Expect to see more features in less expensive packages. Intelligent Optics Optics for shotgun sights, rifle scopes, along with binoculars and rangefinders are already making huge leaps forward in their technology. State-of-the-art optics can already tell us how far a target is, and with technology like Tracking Point's Precision Guided Firearms, shooters can tag and track a moving target up to 1,200 yards away. In recent years, mobile app developers have created smartphone programs that serve as soundboards and learning tools for a wide variety of game calls. These apps are convenient and cost effective. Expect to hear improvements in digital game calls as speaker technology improves.
© Digital hunter 2019