Sunday, March 18, 2012

This week in GPS — August 3rd, 2013


Coming to the US?

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. To get a few of the biggest stories as they break, follow me on Twitter. This week’s lead image shows some handheld GPS receivers from the Chinese company BHCnav, which seems to have some interest in the US market. They say they have US maps, but I haven’t heard back from them as to what type.

From GPS Tracklog

Our posts from the past week:

And I posted a new Amazon handheld GPS sale to our GPS deals page.


  • Garmin HUD estimated ship date: August 24
  • Garmin Vector Power Pedals due in September
  • From Garmin earnings call, re: outdoor segment: “There will be ongoing expansion into new adjacent markets.”
  • Makes me wonder what?



  • Software updates this week: DeLorme inReach SE; Garmin aera, dezl 560, Express, nuvi 24xx, Oregon 6xo

Satellites and such


Mouse trap geocache

Careful with that cache!


  • FAA approves first drones for commercial operations in US airspace

GPS tracking

GPS in the news

The business of GPS

Going mobile

  • VerySpatial parlays their road trip into a review of apps and maps
  • A good tip:

Just geo

Google Maps Views

Screenshot from Google Maps Views page

All the news that doesn’t fit

About Rich Owings

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  1. Boyd Ostroff says:

    > Rich wrote:
    > Makes me wonder what?

    Personally, I can hardly wait to see Garmin’s new Bowling, Treadmill and Stretching GPS devices! The the Billiards GPS looks really cool. 😀

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