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GPS fish traps will be used in Dubai

The newest fish traps with GPS will be used by accredited fishing vessels in Dubai. The project was unveiled by the local Ministry of Environment and Water a few days ago. With its tradition... Read more

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Every school bus must have GPS for safety

News from Washington County (Tennessee, United States) discourage me. During two October weeks, there were 121 instances of speeding allowed by school bus drivers. Each instance could r... Read more

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When GPS awareness can make you a loser

A funny story happened in Thailand last weekend during Bangkok Half-marathon event. It turned out that organizer’s measurement of 13-miles distance was exceedingly inaccurate. This confusing... Read more

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3 pillars of food tracking

The global food market is considered one of biggest in a case of shipment volumes. This increasing trend forces to run the business in a special way, and most significant fleet owners decide... Read more

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Employee tracking is approved as legal in U.S

At the end of October, The National Labor Relations Board defined employee tracking legal without bargaining with the union in the United States. This decision put an end to the hot controve... Read more

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The High Art on a city map

The Resident of Victoria (B.C., Canada) Stephen Lund came up with the funny idea how to use his bicycle and the mobile GPS app Strava. He carefully planned his daily workouts and create... Read more

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Location & tracking

What should you know about tracking features of your GNSS device? Everyone is familiar with GPS – a reliable and very accurate method to locate the position on the Earth. That’s what GPS tra... Read more

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GPS versus snow storms in Canada

Snowplows in the city of Edmonton will use GPS to improve its work. The city and suburbs have thousands of kilometers of roads blocked with snow every time winter comes to Alberta. The idea... Read more

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