Global positioning systems find their way

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Global positioning systems - GPS technology - has been around for decades, but still has a science fiction feel, and is only now being used by private industry. There have been grandiose predictions for omnipresent GPS use, but, like all technologies, it first must be available to consumers in a form that they can use at a price that they can afford. As we approach that point, these links will help you orient yourself on the GPS landscape. You'll learn about the hardware that makes it possible, the applications that make it useful, and the potential impact on the industry.

The merging of GPS and the Web

Type: Feature

Source: TechRepublic

GPS applications exchange

Type: Resource

Source: NASA

GPS market will top $22 billion by 2008

Type: Feature

Source: ITS International

New GPS handheld hunts for customers

Type: Feature

Source: Cnet

GPS resource center

Type: Resource

Source: Palowireless

Ambulance crews can zero in on new cellular phones

Type: Feature

Source: Charleston.net

Geocaching: The global GPS cache hunt

Type: Resource

Source: Geochaching.com

Investigate uses of GPS for your business

Type: Feature

Source: TechRepublic

Motorola breaks out mini-GPS module

Type: Feature

Source: Cnet

Ascential QualityStage GeoLocator Multinational Geocoding for Spatial Information Management & Location-based Services

Type: White Paper

Source: ITworld.com

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