This week in GPS is a weekly link roundup of (mostly) GPS related odds and ends, from GPS Tracklog and other places around the Web. This week’s featured image is the new Garmin Nuvicam, which was introduced this week. This device features, as the name implies, an integrated dash cam. Check out our article below for more information!
Here are some other things that happened in the world of GPS this week:
From GPS Tracklog
- TomTom Introduces New MyDrive
- GPS Tracklog Poll: What Kind of GPS Do You Prefer?
- TomTom Launches Maps on Firefox OS Devices
- Garmin Introduces Dashcam GPS Device
- Use GPS to Discover Local Art
- Celebrate Geocaching’s 15th Anniversary This Weekend
- New lone wolf tracked into Central Oregon
- GPS Tracking Device Now Available As A Shoe Pad
- Falcon With GPS Could Save Birds From Wind Turbines
- 73% Of Consumers Would Not Switch to Apple Watch For Fitness Tracking
- Map reveals movements of urban Anchorage bears
- New GLONASS stations to appear in Antarctica
- China’s satellite navigation system to expand coverage globally by 2020
- CITO 2015: A Resounding Success!
- Geocacher Finds Lost Wedding Ring and Searches for Owner
- Geocaching’s 15 Anniversary is Tomorrow!
GPS in the news
- Tracking device puts escaped Maple Ridge prisoner back behind bars
- Police track thief of stolen chauffeured vehicle fitting with GPS
- Judge Rejects GPS Monitor for Reagan Shooter
- Wis. GPS Stalking bill passes Assembly, moves to Senate floor
- O.C. legislators propose tougher penalties for criminals that ditch GPS trackers
- NASA Goddard Team Sets High Flying Record with Use of GPS
- Car Technology Choice Study Shows Low Interest in Navigation Functions
- GPS Watch Finishes Back in the Pack at Boston Marathon
- Tractor GPS systems worth €25,000 stolen from Louth farmyard
- Strava clocks Scottish politician speeding after he forgets to switch off app
- Sat-nav to become standard on all BMW cars
- Fitbit Surge: How Accurate Exactly is the GPS?
The business of GPS
- Ash Carter’s Idea of Disruptive Innovation: Unplug the Military From GPS
- Project Counters Ionospheric Disturbance for GNSS
- New Chips Could Patch the Military’sGPS Vulnerability
- RapidSOS Aims to Save of Lives through Award-Winning App
- UK women use Find My iPhone app to catch handbag thief while police are busy
- When did geology open a road for species to move between the Americas?
- Nepal was made vulnerable by more than its violent geology
- Geology experts: Indiana quakes possible due to seismic zone
- Geology: Huge undersea landslide likely hit at worst time
- Geology Buffs Vow to Bring Back Ariz. Mining Museum Despite Governor’s Veto
- History, geology to be topics of walk along Connecticut River in Montague
- Ore. Bank to sponsor geology tour through gorge