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New GPS Receiver Offers Navigation Accurate To An Inch
Great for tiny robots!
New Ground-Based Indoor Positioning Tech Is Accurate Down To Just A Few Inches
Locata's technology goes where GPS can't, delivering a signal one million times stronger than those beamed from satellites.
The First Direct Measurements of Earth’s Rotation, Made With the World’s Most Stable Ring Laser
Deep in an underground bunker near the German-Czech border, through a 65-foot tunnel and locked behind five cold storage doors, … Continued
Next-Gen GPS Satellite, Accurate to Within Three Feet and Indoors, is Ready for Testing
Were America’s NavSat handlers perhaps feeling slighted when it was revealed that the new Apple iPhone 4S would augment its … Continued
Ground-Based Version of Satellite GPS Could Make Positioning Technology Accurate to Inches Anywhere
GPS is currently accurate to something like 9 feet. An Australian company says its new geolocation technology could shave that … Continued
Radar Shoes Could Help Locate Users Where Satellite Signals Won’t Go
The rise of readily available GPS-enabled devices was supposed to make losing one’s way a relic of a bygone era. … Continued
To Thwart Predators, South Korea Is Issuing GPS Devices to Schoolchildren
Sometimes, you want Big Brother to be watching. In that spirit, South Korean officials are turning to GPS technology to … Continued
U.S. Air Force Urgently Seeks Alternatives to GPS
GPS may now reside in everything from our cars to our smart phones, but it once all began as a … Continued
Television Signals Plug the Holes in GPS
GPS is indespensable, but reception is spotty indoors and in urban areas. A new system that uses digital television signals should clear the way for anytime, anywhere positioning
Every Step You Take . . . Every Move You Make . . . My GPS Unit Will Be Watching You
Technology may be ushering in a golden age of stalking, in which predators use GPS, cellphones and other devices to track and terrorize.