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Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Australia Will Have New GPS Position, Moved 1.5 Meters North Since 1994

Australia's entire continent is believed to have moved 1.5 meters to the north over the past 22 years due to tectonic shifts, which puts the continent out of sync with global positioning system (GPS). The Australian government...

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Is Britain on the Move?

Australia has recently announced a 1.8m shift in its mapping coordinates, to compensate for the country’s 7.5cm shift north each year.  Inevitably the question is why, and could the same thing happen here? In Australia, the shift...

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Equipped with Velodyne LiDAR’s HDL-32E, Novus Drive Debuts as India’s First Driverless Shuttle

MORGAN HILL, Calif. – Helping guide India’s first driverless shuttle, Velodyne LiDAR today announced that it has provided its HDL-32E real-time 3D LiDAR sensor to Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz, developer of the 14-seat Novus Drive autonomous vehicle. Built...

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Online Service Providers Up Their Mapping and Network Connection to Increase Efficiency

For consumer internet companies promising to deliver a product or service at your doorstep in time, relying on existing maps isn't enough. Shadma Shaikh and Payal Ganguly take a look at how these companies have built hacks...

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

ISRO and Bangalore based Navika gets India GPS freedom

India gets the technology-freedom in one of the key areas of global positioning systems (GPS), which is important not only for improving the lives of most of Indians and also for strategic purposes. Read More at EE...

Friday, May 20th, 2016

U-blox Launches Neo-M8P GNSS Module in South Korea

Global positioning system (GPS) chip maker U-blox has launched its Neo-M8P global navigation satellite system (GNSS) module in South Korea. Via this launch, U-blox plans to expand in the Korean unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) market, The Korea...

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

North Korean GPS, Satellite Navigation Jamming Prompts South to Revive Failsafe Program

South Korea has revived a project to build a navigation system that would be difficult to hack after a recent wave of GPS signal jamming attacks it blamed on North Korea, officials said. Read More at ABC...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

New Drone Collision Technology Developed by CSIRO Researchers

Eleven teams of scientists and researchers from CSIRO and Australian universities have been selected to take part in the next round of CSIRO’s ON Accelerator, a program set out to boost Australia’s innovation performance by accelerating big...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Japan Adds Communication Capability to GNSS Satellites

Japan is working to avoid the communication breakdown that occurred during the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The country is adding satellite-based communications to the capabilities of their GPS receiving satellites. The Michibiki satellites complement GPS satellites...

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

China Launches GPS Rival Beidou Satellite on Long March 3A Rocket

China launched a Beidou satellite into orbit on a Long March 3A rocket on Tuesday as the country seeks to gain independence from and eventually rival American GPS services. Read More at GB Times

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