4 Unexpected Tech Tools to Help Survive a Zombie Apocalypse

Halloween may be over but the threat of a zombie apocalypse transcends far past the spooky holiday. In fact, over the last year, the idea of a zombie outbreak has infiltrated books, movies, and television shows. For those unfamiliar, a zombie apocalypse refers to the breakdown of society as a result of an initial zombie outbreak that quickly spreads throughout civilization.

When (if) a zombie outbreak happens, most people know they will need some basic essentials for survival – a first aid kit and a survival knife. Below is a list of four additional tools that can help in the midst of a zombie disaster.

1. BoostTurbine 4000
In the wake of a zombie attack, finding a plug-in when you need to recharge your electronics won’t be convenient or even possible. Eton’s BoostTurbine 4000 is a backup battery pack with a hand turbine power generator; it includes a USB port for charging mobile devices and tablets. Charged mobile devices means you stay updated about and out of the way of the zombie danger.

2. Asset Tracking Solution
To properly prepare for a zombie apocalypse, one must stock up on survival supplies. Medical equipment, food, and weapons all need to be stored in bulk. How do you effectively keep track of all your acquired tools & equipment? An asset tracking solution can help you manage your valuable assets. Wasp’s MobileAsset solution allows you to instantly locate any asset quickly – eliminating time spent searching for missing items and the unnecessary panic with the thought of needing to replace lost assets.

3. Grower’s Cup
When zombies are on the prowl, you need to stay awake as long as possible to avoid a run-in. Finding coffee won’t be easy. Grower’s Cup is designed for those on the move. It is lightweight and can be made by pouring boiling water into the bag of slow-roasted beans.

4. Earl
Earl might sound like your loveable next-door neighbor, but it’s actually a revolutionary tablet engineered for the most extreme outdoor situations. According to the website, it’s “built for survival” – ideal for someone trying to endure a zombie apocalypse. The tablet has an intuitive design in addition to offering the latest in GPS, weather sensor, and radio communication technology.

Although we can’t foresee a zombie apocalypse anytime soon, we can offer innovative suggestions for technology that can help you to potentially survive. Pending outbreak aside, Wasp asset tracking and inventory management solutions are designed to help small business owners keep track of their valuable assets and manage their companies more efficiently with improved productivity and profitability.

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Daniel Dean
Daniel Dean is a Product Marketing Manager. He is responsible for development and execution of Wasp's product marketing strategy.