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Rackwick Survey - Week 2

Week 2 of the Rackwick survey (30th June – 4th July – belated update) covered the central part of the township, south-eastern area and the sand dunes. 777 more words

Contemporary Archaeology

G-Shock Aviation GPS Hybrid Gravity Master GPW1000‐1B

The evolution of G-Shock is here!  We would like to introduce you to once of the most impressive G’s to ever hit the market.  Not just in design, but this is one of the most complex, highly functional, and smartest G-Shock’s to be introduced.   1,080 more words

Review

Inhabiting the Ness of Brodgar

Most of my summer was spent walking around and within the Neolithic houses at the Ness of Brodgar. I carried a GPS everyday for the full 6 week season to map my movements and engagements with the buildings. 177 more words

Contemporary Archaeology

Where You Put Your GPS Unit and What it Says About You.

Middle Lower of the Windshield.

  • You’re the type of person who wants a clear view of the road. You probably take your time when you make left hand turns because your field of view is obscured by the door frame.
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Humor

Android 'smart motorcycle helmet' gets crowd-funded, goes on pre-order

If you’ve ever wished your motorcycle had better mirrors, or that you could get directions from your GPS without taking your eyes off the road, the… 183 more words

Android

GPS and its working.

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based satellite navigation systemmade up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense, that provides location and time information in all weather conditions, anywhere on or near the Earth where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more GPS satellites. 213 more words

Is the use of GPS "trackers" for people living with dementia necessary and proportionate?

This is the introduction to “Living better with dementia: how champions can challenge the boundaries”, chapter 12, “Do GPS trackers have a rôle to play in living better with dementia?” 619 more words

Dementia