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What's The Point of Astro Navigation When We Have The GPS?

Imagine that you are driving through Birmingham when, suddenly, your ‘Sat Nav’ starts to tell you that you are in Manchester.  In such a situation, you would quickly realise that the GPS had gone haywire; however, if you were in a ship, out of sight of and beyond radar contact of land, it would not be immediately obvious that you were being given false positions.   370 more words

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Radio Navigation for Ships to Return

Reuters news agency reports that due to the risk of cyber attacks targeting ships’ satellite navigation, nations are seeking to develop back-up systems with roots in World War Two radio technology. 160 more words

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The Casio GPW-2000-1A Gravitymaster will follow you around the world

With a name like GRAVITYMASTER the Casio GPW-2000-1A had better make you fly. Sadly, it doesn’t. However, it can help you while you jet from spot to spot. 348 more words


Gatwick Airport now has 2,000 beacons for indoor navigation

Complex indoor environments such as airports and shopping malls can be a nightmare to find your way around. And while Google is eyeing smartphones with 3D sensors as one  333 more words


Mystery compound in Nicaragua shows Russia’s resurgence in Americas, say experts

A Russian facility built on a hillside facing the United States embassy in the Nicaraguan capital Managua is seen by some experts as symptomatic of Russia’s renewed presence in the Americas. 391 more words

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Reasons Not to Dismiss GPS Devices for Your Car

While apps like Google Maps provide accurate traffic information, dedicated car-GPS devices do have some advantages.. via NYT Technology http://ift.tt/2oCbJJS


Geoscience Australia and Lockheed Martin Begin Collaborative Research Project For Second-Generation Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS)

Testbed will demonstrate enhanced navigation performance for nine critical industrial sectors.

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals are critical tools for industries requiring exact precision and high confidence. 632 more words