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A bill to establish a "Digital Coast" program whereby the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration develops a coordinated and comprehensive national mapping effort for coastal, State and territorial waters of the United States has...

source: Directions Magazine

The Army is using its own kind of Google Street View to help commanders, engineers and analysts judge the lay of the land before moving into new territory and identify such thing as the best routes for troop movements, the location of arable land or the availability of water...

source: Defense Systems

The high-precision GNSS industry should expect to see industry consolidation and a scramble for new markets and innovations as prices for high-end chips and modules continue to slide, experts told attendees at a ION GNSS+ panel...

source: Inside GNSS

Russian reconnaissance satellite Kosmos-2495 reentered the atmosphere and crashed last week, a spokesman for the U.S. Strategic Command told RIA Novosti on Friday. The Russian Defense Ministry has previously denied media reports of a Russian...

source: RIA Novosti

Europe's EGNOS augmentation system sharpens the accuracy and reliability of GPS signals so they can safely be used for landing approaches across a growing number of European airports. But aviation is a global enterprise — so the aim is to develop a seamless network...

source: GPS World

By Jesse Berst: It was about three years ago that I first started warning utilities that smart cities would soon be part of the conversation. I wanted to share this recent announcement from Silver Spring Networks as a reminder that the trend is gathering momentum.

source: Smart Grid News


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