Tagged GPS

Zoologists tap into GPS to track badger movements

Zoologists from Trinity College Dublin’s School of Natural Sciences are using GPS tracking technology to keep a ‘Big Brother’ eye on badgers in County Wicklow. By better understanding the badgers’ movements and the reasons behind them, the zoologists hope to devise a highly effective TB vaccination programme. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

DARPA seeks new positioning, navigation, timing solutions

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), writing about GPS, said: “The military relies heavily on the Global Positioning System (GPS) for positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT), but GPS access is easily blocked by methods such as jamming. In addition, many environments in which our military operates (inside buildings, in Read Full Article Here For…

Europe hoists first navigation satellites post mislaunch

Europe launched two navigation satellites Friday for its rival to America’s GPS system, the first additions to the Galileo constellation since a technical mishap misdirected two orbiters last year. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Europe poised to launch navigation satellites after mishap

Europe was set to launch two navigation satellites Friday for its rival to America’s GPS, the first additions to the Galileo constellation since a technical mishap misdirected two orbiters last year. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

A peek at the secret life of pandas

The world is fascinated by the reclusive giant pandas, yet precious little is known about how they spend their time in the Chinese bamboo forests. Until now. A team of researchers who have been electronically stalking five pandas in the wild, courtesy of rare GPS collars, have finished crunching months Read Full Article Here For…

A peek at the secret life of pandas

The world is fascinated by the reclusive giant pandas, yet precious little is known about how they spend their time in the Chinese bamboo forests. Until now. A team of researchers who have been electronically stalking five pandas in the wild, courtesy of rare GPS collars, have finished crunching months Read Full Article Here For…

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