Arnie Shore shoreas at gmail.com
Sat Mar 12 16:04:32 EST 2011

All, I wonder whether you've given consideration to using Tickets, our free
Open Source CAD package, in preparing for such situations.  It's been
deployed by a good number of ARES/RACES teams, particularly for use in
coordinating special events, and more than one team has kicked it into gear
when they were activated.

We recently released a version that includes a 'no-internet' option, clearly
applicable when the balloon is up.  Tickets accommodates APRS as well as
several other GPS-based tracking systems for position data.

This isn't the place for details, but there's information and free hosting
now available for public service agencies/teams (as well as the ultimate in
rapid deployment, a configuration operating off a thumb drive) at


On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 1:30 PM, David Dobbins <ddobbins at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've been helping the Hawaii State RACES/EOC at Diamond Head with their
> APRS station.
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