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See How High Siras' Junger Climbs

7/01/2009 03:49:31 PM Eastern

Mount McKinley,
Alaska - Siras president Peter
Junger is taking his faith in GPS technology to a new height, literally.

Junger is in the process of climbing Alaska's Mount
. He is using a Spot personal locator device, which broadcasts his
GPS coordinates so he can be followed via Google Maps.

Anyone wishing to keep track of Junger's progress can click here.

According to a company spokesperson, Junger and his climbing
group are expected to reach the summit on July 11. As of July 2 they are
somewhere near the 11,000 foot mark.

Junger is an experienced mountaineer and is part of a group of
fellow enthusiasts named the Highpointers.
The club's mission is to climb the highest peak in each of the 50 states.

Siras makes products for point-of-sale electronic product
registration for tracking products for validating returns and warranties.

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