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HUD in the Google Glass

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HUD in the Google Glass

Written by on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Most people have heard of the new development called Google Glass that is being designed to integrate a pair of sunglasses with a computer that is capable of taking pictures, record and send videos, provide GPS aided directions in color, ...

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Chinese UAVs –On the Path to Export Dominance

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Chinese UAVs –On the Path to Export Dominance

Written by on Friday, July 26th, 2013

What country has the technological base, production capability and government support to threaten most every market in the world? If your answer was China, you’d be correct. With annual growth of over seven percent and a production capacity that is ...

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Alternatives to GPS _Creative Solutions to Navigation

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Alternatives to GPS _Creative Solutions to Navigation

Written by on Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Global Positioning System or GPS was originally developed in the 1960s to aid military navigation. GPS uses Earth-orbiting satellites that fly approximately 12,000 miles above the Earth’s surface, circling the planet twice a day. The satellites transmit their location and ...

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Sense and Avoid Systems _The Future of UAVs

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Sense and Avoid Systems _The Future of UAVs

Written by on Monday, July 22nd, 2013

With Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) growing by leaps and bounds and the vehicles seeking a larger footprint in the National Airspace, it is high time that the country adopts the technology intended to support sense and avoid systems. We all ...

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Airborne Wireless Technology

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Airborne Wireless Technology

Written by on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Most great ideas seem to be created on the back of napkin in a bar or restaurant and the birth of airborne wireless technology is no different. In 1991, in a sit-down barbeque restaurant in Denison, Texas, Jimmy Ray jotted ...

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