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N15-11-15-lotte-world-tower-GNSS
22 November 2015

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.

N15-11-15-London-tubemap
22 November 2015

Transport bosses have unveiled the first official map showing the walking times between central London's Tube stations. 

N15-11-15-Apple-indoor-survey
15 November 2015

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.

N15-11-08-beeline
8 November 2015

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.

N15-11-08-POSEIDON-UAV-ESNC
8 November 2015

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.

N15-11-08-Kangaroos
8 November 2015

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.

N15-11-08-Animotus
8 November 2015

A handheld GPS device uses touch to help you determine where to walk.

N15-11-08-glonass
8 November 2015

Russia will open four new Glonass ground relay stations abroad in addition to the existing five, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said.

N15-11-01-tesla-model-s-autopilot-software
1 November 2015

In an Australian first, this month has seen new laws allowing for the on-road trials of driverless cars have in the South Australian.

N15-10-31-ula-atlas-5-rocket-block-2f
1 November 2015

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.

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