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Exactly 54 launches later, SpaceX has become famous the world over for its reusable rockets, with their discarded boosters landing dramatically back on their launch pad, or on drone-ships offshore.So far about 20 first-stage boosters, complete with engines and fuel tanks, have been recovered.Technically known as a 'two-stage-to-orbit medium-lift launch vehicle', this fifth and final version of the Falcon 9 enables each first-stage booster to be used 10 times, and just as importantly they can be cleaned up and ready to go again within weeks rather than months – in the rocket business, that's revolutionary."Falcon 9, along with the Dragon spacecraft, was designed from the outset to deliver humans into space, and under an agreement with NASA, SpaceX is actively working toward this goal," says the SpaceX website.As well as manned spaceflight missions, the Block 5 improvements will also allow SpaceX to bid for more contracts from the Pentagon, such as the US$290 million deal it just struck to launch three next-gen Air-Force Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, dubbed GPS-III.“Apparently SpaceX hasn’t flown its final Block 5 rocket – it decided after that launch that it’s going to add a final component that the Falcon 9 needs to meet the very stringent requirements for NASA for what’s needed to safely fly NASA astronauts,” says Laura Forczyk at Astralytical, a space research, analysis and consulting firm in the US.
A security breach was discovered this month by a researcher with an eye on Google Home and GPS location reporting.In his proof of concept, a URL is opened on a computer connected to a Wi-Fi network that’s also connected to a Google Home or Chromecast device.If the URL is clicked and the webpage is kept open for around a minute, the user’s home GPS location is found – and subsequently exploited.The issue was identified by Tripwire VERT’s Craig Young earlier this month and reported to Google well in advance of any public release.According to Young, the problem here is an un-authenticated view of location information for anyone connected to a targeted Wi-Fi network.This is allowed by Google’s “Find my Phone” feature for all its hardware – including Google Home and Chromecast devices.
Unfortunately, it’s almost too easy to wander into a part of the wilderness your map doesn’t include and that can entail unforeseen dangers.Luckily, we’ve got the Global Positioning System.These handy gizmos, which today do much more than just transmit your location to emergency services, can be the difference between life or death in the wilderness.To that end, we’ve compiled a list of the best hiking GPS devices for trekking, backpacking, and everything in between.The quad-helix antenna, which connects to both GPS and the Russian GLONASS system, ensures accurate location data even when under heavy canopy, and the 4GB of storage allows for up to 5,000 different waypoints and 200 different routes.It even synchronizes with your smartphone to provide “smart notifications,” in case a heavy storm is about to roll in.
What is a GPS Tracking unit?A GPS tracking unit is a device, normally connected to a moving vehicle or person, that uses the Global Positioning System to determine and track its precise location, at various intervals. A GPS tracking system can give both real-time and historical navigation data on any kind of journey made.Background of GPS Tracking SystemThe number of vehicles plying on our roads has risen year on year. With the integration of devices such as smartphones with in-vehicle systems (IVS) along with an increase in demand for advanced car navigation systems from end users,the market is supposed to grow further. The global car GPS navigation system market is divided on the basis of component type, car type, end user, and region. The car type segment includes passenger and commercial. Original post : GPS tracking system
Well, the dust and sand raised by the Xiaomi conference yesterday in Shenzhen are gradually settling but there are still some little pending details of that event.One of the innovative features of the Xiaomi Mi 8 is its dual-band GPS.This is the first smartphone in the world to use a dual-band GPS for super-precision positioning.Now, a test of the Xiaomi Mi 8’s GPS showed amazing results.In the open environment, a GPS deviation mainly comes from a delay of the signal through the ionosphere.Xiaomi Mi 8 uses the L1+L5 dual-frequency dual-channel positioning, which can effectively correct the ionosphere delay.
Leaks and reports surrounding the Xiaomi Mi 8 have been flooding the web for more than a month now.Xiaomi is leaving no stones unturned when it comes to publicizing their upcoming flagship.Two new teasers boasting of the GPS capabilities of the Mi 8 have popped up on YouTube.The two teasers focus on two major issues faced during navigation, getting lost in directions and getting lost in translation.Apparently, the Mi 8 is rumoured to have a dual GPS receiver allowing for better accuracy during navigation and location-based services.Xiaomi is all set to unveil the Mi 8, Mi 8 SE along with a bunch of other products.
The never-ending brouhaha with regards to the Xiaomi Mi 8 continues.Today, fresh information has been let out of the bag.This phone is due to arrive on May 31st and it seems like five years from now for the rumor mill when in fact it is only just five days.From the revealed poster, Xiaomi Mi 8 might just be the world’s first smartphone with a dual-frequency GPS.This means that the Mi 8 is coming with so many first’s.It will be Xiaomi’s first smartphone with an on-screen fingerprint sensor, it will also be Android’s first smartphone which uses the 3D structured light technology.
Chinese bicycle sharing company Mobike has continued its international expansion strategy by launching its services in India in two cities - Bhubaneswar and PuneMobike has partnered with Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) for the eco-friendly ‘Public Cycle-Sharing System’ in the city whereby 2,000 cycles with global positioning system (GPS) will be made available in the first phase before the Hockey World Cup, scheduled to be held in Bhubaneswar from 28 November to 16 December this year.Meanwhile, in Pune Mobike has signed an MoU with Pune Municipal Corporation to support the municipality’s Pune Cycle Plan.Mark Lin, head of international operations of Mobike said: “Mobike is committed to developing a global bicycle share culture by collaborating closely with cities in India.Having lived in India for several years, I can fully appreciate the positive impact that a smart bicycle-share culture will bring to the residents."Vibhor Jain, chief executive officer (CEO) of Mobike India said: “We are working with a number of cities across the country and are confident that the launch in Pune will be the first of many such partnerships with city administrations in India, allowing us to make cycling the most accessible, affordable, safe and convenient mode of urban transport in India.
Tufts University boffins believe the combination of 5G and the Internet of Things will make it impossible for networks to track the expected tens of billions of connected devices.Their answer, proposed in this week's Proceedings of the IEEE, is an algorithm that places less importance on anchors like base stations or GPS satellites, and instead distributes location-gathering among devices.The problem with those anchors, the researchers explain, is that the number of anchors needed will get out of hand: “such centralised positioning solutions may become unwieldy as the number of users and devices continues to grow without limit in sight”, they say in the abstract of the paper.Their “cooperative linear distributed iterative solution”, they wrote, only needs local measurements, communication, and computation at each agent.The paper, by Usman Khan, Sam Safavi, Soummya Kar and José Moura, proposes that location be determined by way of device-to-device communication, meaning it can happen indoors, underground, underwater or under heavy cloud – all of which can defeat GPS-based location.Rather than use computationally-costly nonlinear calculations for position, the Kahn algorithm uses “a linear model that quickly and reliably converges on the accurate position of the device”, the university explained.
The National Infrastructure Commission has announced the shortlist of finalists for its competition to design roads fit for autonomous vehicles and the digital economy.The aim of the Roads for the Future competition, launched in partnership with Highways England and Innovate UK, was to encourage the development of ideas to prepare physical infrastructure for autonomous vehicles.Smart traffic lights, flexible use of kerbsides, segregated driverless zones, and sat-navs were among the entries, which did bring forward some pretty interesting ideas.“We can see for ourselves the progress in developing cars for the future, with trials of driverless cars taking place across the country – we now need to make sure the technology on our roads keeps up,” said John Armitt, Chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission.“These five entries clearly stood out and I look forward to seeing how their ideas develop further over the coming months.”The finalists will not have three months to develop their ideas, before the overall winner will be announced in the autumn.
Although they’ve yet to dominate the market like smartphones have, there’s little doubt left that smartwatches are here to stay.People have been slower to jump on the smartwatch bandwagon so far – with many users asking why they even need one – but these smart wearables have come a long way lately, with some fantastic brand-name models being released in recent years.Garmin is one such name brand that has thrown its hat in the ring, offering some of our favorite smartwatches and activity trackers with its Vivo, Forerunner, and Fenix lineups.One of its latest, the Fenix 5, might just be Garmin’s best one yet, offering bomb-proof build quality along with a great array of smart connectivity features.The Garmin Fenix 5 is a multisport fitness watch, built from the ground up for use with just about any indoor or outdoor activity you can think of, from swimming to hiking.It boasts a heart rate monitor, along with a full suite of standard activity-tracking features (collecting metrics like distance, calories burned, etc.
Smart bike helmet manufacturer Coros is expanding its lineup once again, but this time it is adding an entirely new kind of wearable to its catalog.The company has introduced a GPS fitness watch called the Pace that offers some intriguing features for runners, cyclists, and other outdoor athletes.With an attractive price and excellent battery life, the Pace includes all of the features you’d expect to find in a fitness watch, including GPS tracking (GLONASS support included), a built-in optical heart rate sensor, and support for a variety of sports and activities.The watch is made from lightweight, yet still rugged materials and comes with a sport-focused watchband that is durable and breathable.The wearable device weighs just 42 grams (1.4 ounces), is reportedly waterproof down to 50 meters (165 feet), and comes packed with an array of technology that includes a compass, accelerometer, gyroscope, and a barometric pressure sensor that accurately measures elevation gain and loss during a workout.Coros has given the Pace a 1.2-inch color display that can be customized using the Coros app (coming soon for iOS and Android) to show only the information that an athlete requires.
Australia’s government has tabled its proposed budget for financial year 2018/19 and as usual there’s lots of technology-related spending to contemplate.Welfare payments agency Centrelink gets AU$316.2m to spend over the next four years on the third tranche of its Welfare Payment Infrastructure Transformation project.The Department of Veterans’ affairs will have $111.9m to spend on a “digital front door” for former members of the armed forces.There’s also $106.8m “to modernise the health and aged care payments system”.$92.4m will be spent in 18/19 on “GovPass”, described as “a new digital identity solution for accessing government Services” that will mean “Individuals will be able to prove their identity to a government agency or accredited non-government organisation, and then re-use this proven identity when accessing other government services.”The Digital Transformation Agency has been told to “investigate areas where blockchain technology could offer the most value for Government services”, with $700,000 to help things along.
Multilevel road networks such as flyovers and overpasses are built in large cities to solve traffic congestion.Vehicle drivers relying on GPS navigation who accidentally drive onto a flyover with intention only to proceed on the ground level will face this problem: the GPS navigation system does not realise the vehicle has entered a wrong level and continues to give instructions as if it were on the ground level.Only after quite a while will the system notice the wrong road level and begin to redirect to a new route.Present vehicle navigation system that uses GPS with positioning error of 10-30 meters has a long existing problem in determining which road level a vehicle has entered, especially for flyovers parallel to the ground level.Professor Anthony Yeh Gar-On's research team at the Department of Urban Planning and Design of the University of Hong Kong (HKU) offers a novel solution to this long existing vehicle navigation problem since GPS was used over 20 years ago by instantly identifying whether a vehicle has entered a flyover or is still on the ground level.The Angle Difference Method developed by the team compares the inclination angle of a vehicle and angles of different road levels stored in a Transport GIS to determine whether a vehicle has entered the ramp of a flyover or still on the ground level.
One thing common among self-driving cars right now is that for safe navigation they require 3D maps that are labeled by hand.A breakthrough at MIT will change that if the tech comes to market.MIT’s system can navigate, even on country roads, using only GPS and sensor data.MIT’s Daniela Rus says that the need for these dense 3D maps has limited where modern autonomous cars can operate.Roads that are unpaved, unlit, or not reliably marked are not navigable by current autonomous rides.MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a framework called MapLite that allows self-driving cars to operate on raids that they’ve never driven and that lack 3D maps.
Some days back we checked out the latest NO.1 F7 smartwatch, a wearable aimed at outdoor people who need a though device with a neat built-in GPS module.The smartwatch is today available for purchase during its pre-sale period at a special price, so if you were interested in getting the F7, keep reading to learn more about it before heading over to the sale page.The NO.1 F7 is equipped with everything you need to have a proper fitness companion during your trips.The watch does indeed feature a built-in GPS module and compass to aid you when outside in unfavorable environments.The F7 also has some additional features such as sport data record, an heart rate monitor, an OLED colorful display and a big 400mAh battery for around 20 days of autonomy.Finally, being a rugged smartwatch the NO.1 F6 features an IP67 rating, so it can withstand being in or around water.
Airtel and Jio have announced partnerships with Apple to bring the Apple Watch Series 3GPS+ Cellular to India.The watch will be available starting 4 May for pre-orders on Jio.com, Reliance Digital stores, Jio stores and the Airtel website.The wearable will officially go on sale starting 11 May across the same platforms.Though the GPS+ Cellular version isn’t officially on sale yet, it has been listed on the Apple website where you can compare it to the GPS only variant.The GPS model has been in the Indian market since last year with two further variants also available.The sport-band form costs Rs 32,380 and the Nike+ band form is priced at Rs 32,470.
As I drive through the vineyard-covered hills of San Luis Obispo, Calif., the tiny Global Positioning System receiver in my phone works with Google Maps to alert me to upcoming turns.Using an algorithm he called hemispheric torquing, he could then apply a magnetic field to adjust the rotor’s position, sending it spinning along the desired axis without changing its overall position in space.Transit’s system worked with as few as four satellites (though the constellation typically included more) in low polar orbits.Ivan Getting, president of the Aerospace Corp., didn’t think that was good enough.Parkinson said he’d take the job if he could be named program manager.The team had already developed much of the plan and wanted to demonstrate it using four satellites—not an inexpensive proposition.