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2014-12-03 16:25:09

DALLAS, December 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The report "Survey Equipment Market by Type (Positioning, Acoustic, Non-Acoustic, Oceanography, Total Station, GNSS/GPS) , by Application

2014-12-01 23:03:24

A new market research report analyzes latest trends and technologies in the yield monitoring devices and services market.

2014-11-18 08:35:22

DALLAS, November 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new market research report "Yield Monitoring Devices and Services Market by Technology (GPS/GNSS, GIS, Remote Sensing),

2014-11-14 08:30:42

Laser Dimension Master 130 eliminates unruly tapes for quick, accurate room measurements in seconds. CARSON CITY, Nev., Nov.

2014-11-07 08:20:38

Trimble Dimensions 2014--Three-Day Action Packed Event for Learning, Collaborating and Networking SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov.

2014-11-03 08:21:07

Faster, Intuitive Software Interface and Improved Productivity LAS VEGAS, Nov.

2014-11-03 08:21:01

Geo 7X Handhelds Offer More Flexibility for Geospatial Professionals to Achieve Real-Time, Centimeter-Level Accuracy Worldwide LAS VEGAS, Nov.

2014-11-03 08:20:57

New ViewPoint RTX Correction Service Delivers Better-Than 1 Meter Position Accuracy LAS VEGAS, Nov.

2014-10-31 08:27:39

Company Leverages Recent Gehry Technologies Acquisition to Transform Industry Processes SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct.


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Prime Meridian
2013-02-19 15:54:46

A prime meridian is a meridian, i.e. a line of longitude, at which the definition of longitude is zero degrees. A prime meridian and its opposite in a 360 degree-system, the 180th meridian, create a great circle. This great circle separates the sphere into two hemispheres. If one uses directions f East and West from a defined prime meridian, then they can be named Eastern and Western Hemisphere. A prime meridian is eventually arbitrary, unlike an equator, which is determined by the axis...

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