positioning technology

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  • Info Positioning systems will use positioning technology to determine the position and orientation of an object or person in a room, building or in the world.
  • Global positioning technology has become an important feature of business and consumer life.
  • The company's products provide positioning technology that measures, monitors and models every phase of the mine life cycle.
  • In recent years an underground geographic positioning technology called HORTA has been utilized in the mining industry.
  • The School has strong research activity in wireless, ground-based and satellite-based positioning technology, being Australia's largest academic research concentration in these areas.
  • As of December 2013, the company has been granted 122 patents around their positioning technology.
  • HORTA is an underground geographic positioning technology utilized in the mining industry and being considered for extraterrestrial space mining applications.
  • "The joint venture develops machine control products that use site design information combined with accurate positioning technology to automatically control dozer blades and other machine tools".
  • In September 2012, aisle411 acquired the technology assets of, adding indoor mobile device positioning technology to its service offering.
  • This is done by using predefined borders, e.g., an office space with borders established by positioning technology attached to a specially programmed server.
  • GiPStech, a startup which developed an advanced indoor positioning technology based on the world's geomagnetic field, won the $50k prize.
  • Topcon Positioning Systems Inc., provides the positioning technology for surveyors, civil engineers, construction contractors, equipment owners and operators.
  • The Nokia Nearby application offers navigation and location-based functionality, which peruses cellular and Wi-Fi network positioning technology.
  • In early 2008, Deere and Company launched its ITEC Pro guidance product, an automated system based global positioning technology that is being developed in India.
  • AlterGeo was established in 2008 to build a Wi-Fi positioning technology on the basis of one of its founders' PhD thesis.
  • Nowadays, local positioning systems are often used as complementary (and in some cases alternative) positioning technology to GPS, especially in areas where GPS does not reach or is weak, for example, inside buildings, or urban canyons.
  • The very large and complex control system operated by that organization uses a number of technologies including: 1400 ground-based navigation aids, 46 radars and six Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast systems, which are based on global positioning technology.
  • As part of the upgrade, VRC researchers are installing new robotic and high-precision positioning technology for both their outdoor track and 300-by-700 foot indoor testing area.
  • As with the x20, the 930 was distinguished by the inclusion of Enhanced Positioning Technology.
  • The hardware (at least inside the unit) is relatively similar across the entire range, with the exception of certain functionality such as FM transmission, Bluetooth, handsfree calling (requires microphone) and enhanced positioning technology (done through motion sensors in the device).
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