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1. Boeing and U.S. Air Force Complete GPS IIF Constellation
Boeing and the U.S. Air Force completed the GPS IIF constellation on Friday, with the launch of the 12th Boeing-built satellite. Following on-orbit tests, GPS IIF-12 will be formally declared operational in approximately one month, making it the 50th GPS satellite Boeing will have delivered on orbit to the Air Force.
2. Banyan Golf Club Hua Hin to Install GPS System
Banyan Golf Club Hua Hin to Install GPS System. The Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin, Thailand, is to enhance the golf experience with the use of GPS technology. The club will install Global Golf GPS state-of-the-art Inforemer Golf Management System on the 18-hole award winning golf course by 1 January 2011.
3. U.S. Air Force and Boeing Extend Partnership to Sustain GPS Constellations
The U.S. Air Force and Boeing recently signed a Global Positioning System (GPS) sustainment agreement that will ensure the navigation capabilities relied upon by millions of military and commercial users remain robust for years to come.
4. Honeywell and InfiniDome to Jointly Develop GPS Signal Protection Systems
Honeywell has signed a collaboration agreement with InfiniDome to jointly develop and deliver GPS signal protection systems. The solutions are intended to serve a variety of purposes for both defense and commercial applications, and will support a wide range of vehicle platforms, including commercial aircraft, urban air mobility systems, unmanned aerial systems and surface vehicles
5. Banyan Tree Partners EC3 Global and EarthCheck
The commercialised arm of Banyan Tree, GPS Development Services (GPS), which provides development and technical expertise internally within the group as well as to external parties, has signed a memorandum of understanding with EC3 Global, an international environmental management and certification company that owns and manages the EarthCheck program.
6. Delta Cargo to Begin Accepting GPS Tracking Devices
Delta Air Lines has launched a new service that allows cargo customers to use approved GPS tracking devices in express and premium products, in order to track high-value and time-sensitive shipments. This new service will be offered on all mainline flights in Deltas global network, and will be expanded to include Delta Connection carrier flights in the near future.
7. Delta Cargo Launches 'Equation Critical' for International Shipments
Delta Cargo is introducing Equation Critical, a new service for international shipments. The premium GPS-enabled service for the transportation of highly time-sensitive shipments that must travel on the next available flight, offers GPS tracking on Delta Cargo's website and moves with the highest priority across Deltas global network.
8. ATR Taking Part in EDGE Project
ATR is taking part in the EDGE project (Equipment for Dual frequency Galileo, GPS and EGNOS). Over the next four years, this initiative will develop a dual-frequency multi-constellation receiver, enabling enhanced navigation capabilities. EDGE is a project led by Thales, under a consortium benefiting from the competencies of ATR and Thales Alenia Space. AKKA, Dassault and DGAC, t

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