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New Garmin Phoenix 6 smart GPS watches. Will they beat the competition?
The personal electronics company Garmin supplies not only the Czech market with more and more sophisticated and truly smarter watches. These include the new Phoenix 6 series. What makes them even better than the previous Phoenix 5? Will they succeed compared to other competitors?
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The fascinating history of computer games: from Snake to GPS games
For decades, the rise of the gaming industry has been closely linked to a variety of scientific discoveries and innovations in computing. But the games themselves and their appeal are not limited to a certain level of technological savvy, age group or gender.
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GPS trackers will keep an eye on your precious things (and people)
GPS trackers are smart devices that allow you to see where they are using GPS or Bluetooth connection. You just need to place is somewhere and use your smartphone or a web app to see its location.
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The big battle: GPS vs Smartphone
Only 15 short years ago satellite navigation devices were big, bulky and the center of our outdoor trip discussions. Who will carry it? How many meters above the sea are we? Is it showing the correct position? How far away is our destination?
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GPS: How pieces of metal in space know where you are
How does the Global Positioning System know where you are, even when you have no idea? Learn more about the navigation system and the satellites that do all the hard work. The GPS, first developed for the US military, is the most accurate navigation system available today.
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And yet it moves! Meet Galileo, the EU-made navigation system
Galileo is the global navigation satellite system created by the European Union through the European GNSS Agency (GSA). Its headquarters is located in Prague and has two ground operation centers – in Oberpfaffenhofen in German and Fucino in Italy. Its name pays homage to the great astronomer, physicist, and philosopher Galileo Galilei.
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GLONASS, the Russian response to GPS
NAVSTAR GPS was the first satellite-based navigation system that took over the world. When the first US satellites found their lonely homes on orbit, the Russians responded in style. They create their own navigation system, called GLONASS, that now offers similar services and precision as GPS. Which devices are the most precise ones then? The ones that combine both GPS and GLONASS data.
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Meet Strava, the best friend of runners and cyclists
What do you think about when you hear „Strava“? Is it just some weird, funny-sounding word? Well, it’s also one of the best fitness tracking app out there. Especially if you are into running or cycling.
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GPS Satellites - our best friends on the sky
It’s circling the Earth 20 200 km above the ground, helping Google Maps tell you where to turn right and probably is really cold and lonely. What is it?
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The Course and Structure of an Corporate Event
Preparation and realization of our geolocation games has a clear, time-tested structure. Thus, we can easily handle groups of few players as well as of several hundreds. Everything will be explained, players will be divided into teams and in less than 20 minutes players will be ready to start hunting treasures.
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Geocaching: Another Kind of Treasure Hunt Activity
Geocaching can be described as a cross between hiking and hide-and-seek game. At least, if you have a little bit of imagination. In fact, it's nothing more (or less) than a walk, during which you try to find a hidden treasure knowing its GPS coordinates.
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TerraHunt Web Is On-line!
After years of preparations, careful planning and strenuous programming, we are finally ready to introduce our brand new version of Treasure Hunt program.
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