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2011-02-24 06:45:00

Russia, looking to compete with America’s Global Positioning System (GPS), is slated to launch two extra navigation satellites, after three others crashed.

2011-02-17 05:30:00

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Trimble (Nasdaq: TRMB) introduced today the new GeoExplorer® 6000 series of high-accuracy Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) handheld computers.

2011-02-10 08:03:00

REHOVOT, Israel, February 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CellGuide, a leading host-based GNSS solution provider, announced today the availability of the CGsnap core, an ultra-small footprint GPS/GLONASS baseband IP solution for mobile applications.

2011-02-10 08:01:00

REHOVOT, Israel, and VANCOUVER, British Columbia, February 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CellGuide, a leading host based GNSS solution provider, and Rx Networks, a leading mobile positioning-assistance technology company, today announced that they are collaborating in bringing to market a solution comprising of CellGuide's GPSense(TM) Multi Beacon Engine and Rx Networks' suite of location assistance products. The Rx Networks GPStream(TM) and XYBRID(TM) solutions are integrated with...

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2011-02-09 05:25:00

A Russian-led expedition aims to make the first crossing from Russia's Arctic shore into Canada over the North Pole after a months-long voyage over precarious shifting ice flows.

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2011-02-02 08:15:00

The Russian Defence Ministry launched a search Tuesday to look for a missing military satellite that was possibly put into the wrong orbit after its launch.

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2011-01-05 11:45:00

Officials said on Wednesday that Japan is considering launching new satellites to establish its own global positioning system (GPS) in an attempt to reduce its reliance on the US navigation network.


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