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Cheap, Lethal Chinese Drones Are Filling Distant Skies

Lower quality, but they get the job done.

Ryan Pickrell reports: Chinese drones are taking flight in skies beyond China’s borders in great numbers, filling a massive void in a multibillion-dollar industry left by the U.S. 611 more words

Mediasphere

The S4 Flight Board

The flight board, which is considered the backbone of the entire S4 payload, is a Printed Circuit Board (PCB). The flight board provides the foundation that keeps all the components firmly in place. 683 more words

Wi-Fi

November 29 @ Psalms 137-139

Psalms 137-139 (NLT) 

Discover His heart:  He knows everything we do and everywhere we go

While traveling by car around the city of Vienna, Austria, Tom and I greatly appreciated the Global Positioning System (GPS) that was provided for us.  699 more words

Daily Devotions

Types of Geofence in GPS Tracking (Part 1)

But first, what is a ‘geofence’?

Geofence is one of many GPS tracking features seeming highly technical but basically refers to a virtual marker on a map. 290 more words

Do GPS satellites move in the sky?

Following on from my blog “Is Tim Peake getting younger or older?” , a bit of fun to work out whether time was passing more slowly or more quickly for Tim Peake in the ISS than it is for us on the ground, it got me thinking about the global positioning system (GPS) that so many of us use on a daily basis. 1,091 more words

Science

India will soon have her own GPS. Here's what you should know

Well, it would be wrong to call it GPS for India. GPS or as popularly known – Global Positioning System is the brain child of the U.S. 690 more words

Research