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The supertall skyscraper Lotte World Tower — so far built to the 103rd of 123 total floors in Seoul, South Korea — is using GNSS to measure the impact of lateral forces on its vertical alignment.
Transport bosses have unveiled the first official map showing the walking times between central London's Tube stations.
Can’t find your seat at WisePies Arena aka The Pit? Lost inside the Denver International Airport? Apple is developing a solution to all your indoor mapping needs.
It's easy to get navigation on your bike through dedicated GPS or a smartphone cradle, but that doesn't mean that navigation is easy.
A UAV project, POSEIDRON, took top honors in the 2015 European Satellite Navigation Competition, which recognises the year’s best innovations in commercial applications of satellite technology.
In Australia, Volvo is developing technology to avoid an adorable road hazard: kangaroos. Around 20,000 of them are involved in car accidents each year, Volvo said, citing statistics from Australia's National Roads & Motorists' Association.
A handheld GPS device uses touch to help you determine where to walk.
Russia will open four new Glonass ground relay stations abroad in addition to the existing five, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said.
In an Australian first, this month has seen new laws allowing for the on-road trials of driverless cars have in the South Australian.
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying the GPS IIF-11 satellite for the U.S. Air Force lifted off from Space Launch Complex-41 Oct. 31 at 12:13 p.m. EDT.