Sunday, March 18, 2012

This Week in GPS — August 21, 2015


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 prime meridian, or the point of zero longitude on the globe. For decades, GPS units have read it as a different location than the one set into the ground at Greenwich, but this week, scientists have finally figured out why.

From GPS Tracklog

GPS Tracking

Satellite Stuff



GPS in the news

The business of GPS

Going mobile

Just Geo

All the news that doesn’t fit


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