If you’ve ever wondered how expedition teams manage to keep their gear powered while traveling in remote locations, this video is for you. It comes our way courtesy of Goal Zero, a company well known for making battery packs and solar chargers for use in rugged environments.
In this case, we follow a team of archaeologists and filmmakers as they head to an isolated lake in the Peruvian Andes, searching for a lost Inca temple. That story is being told in a full-length documentary for National Geographic, but here we learn how the cameras, computers, drones, and other gear is kept functioning while exploring off the grid.
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