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No more GPS Denied Areas   
In recent research, a prototype technology which uses advanced processing of stereo video images to fill in GPS gaps, can maintain location accuracy within one meter after a half-kilometer of moving through so-called GPS-denied environments.


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koberyan
11/03/2008
06:28:10 PM
Re: No more GPS Denied Areas
Great! I hope this one would materialize. I'm excited with this new innovation for the GPS, I would not have the problem about tall buildings or no signal areas.
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nayr
11/03/2008
06:30:49 PM
Re: No more GPS Denied Areas
Are you sure about this? It has its limitations and failures yet, no matter how developed a certain product, sometimes its effectivity and accuracy still fails.
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violet
11/03/2008
06:32:49 PM
Re: No more GPS Denied Areas
No problem with that nayr, at least it is cost cutting gadget. It wouldn't be selling and popular if it is not proven effective, accurate and useful technology.
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