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Have you ever settled behind the wheel of your car wondering whether you really know how to get to your destination? Fear no more.



  1. GPS Car Navigation System
    Have you ever settled behind the wheel of your car wondering whether you really know how to get to your destination? Fear no more. GPS (Global Positioning System) car navigation systems can show and even tell you how to get to any destination. These products use the GPS, which relies on a host of satellites to determine where you are. Decide how often you intend to use the system. Inexpensive systems simply plug in to your car's cigarette lighter and are small enough to store in your glove compartment, but they're not as user-friendly.
  2. TomTom GO 910 GPS Car Navigation System
    The new TomTom GO 910 Personal GPS Sat Nav Navigation Device is at the top of the new GO range, with an utterly unbeatable range of features. Handsfree Bluetooth car kit is integrated as standard, a larger 4" wide screen and a plethora of features unrivalled by any other PND. The device is supplied with a docking station for use in your home, that will allow you to easily charge your Tom Tom GO and manage the contents including your Points of Interest including Speed Cameras locations. As well as an integrated SirfStar III GPS receiver, the new GO 910 also has the ability to playback MP3 files. The integrated speaker will deal out clear spoken, turn by turn directions whilst you drive across Australia, with full maps of towns and cities.
  3. GPS car tracking systems 
    GPS car tracking systems allows to locate and track single cars or managing fleets with GPS receivers. With a car monitoring system, the position data from the vehicle are stored on board of the device or send directly to a receiving station via communication links. Software are used for plottings the actual position or the waypoints on maps. GPS car tracking management units are available as passive and active systems.  Systems just store the waypoints of a vehicles paths on board of the GPS receiver. The waypoints are downloaded after the car is back home by a PC.
  4. Introduction of GPS : Global Positioning System 
    This thoroughly revised edition of the Artech House bestseller, Introduction to GPS: The Global Position System offers professionals and students an up-to-date, easy-to-understand treatment of this tremendously important technology. The second edition includes a wealth of brand new material, including a chapter on GPS satellite orbit and new coverage of today's hottest issues, such as precise point positioning and location based services. Without bogging readers down with advanced mathematics, the book addresses all aspects of the GPS, emphasizes GPS applications, examines the GPS signal structure, and covers the key types of measurement being utilized in the field today.

  5. The Benefits in GPS Car
    In recent times there have been some tremendous advances in the technology behind GPS or Global Positioning Satellites, and now this exciting technology is available to the general public. There are many uses for GPS, but the particular use we will be looking at in this article is the benefit relevant to the motorist. The in-car system comprises of an easily mounted small unit which you attach to your windscreen or place on your dashboard. The great benefit is that once you have the unit installed in your car, you just key in your required destination, it will then give you turn by turn directions by voice and in real time. This is extremely useful for any travelers who are in an unfamiliar area, which of course applies to most of us at one time or another.




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