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Real-time clock (RTC) integrated circuits (ICs) are used for reasonably accurate time displays. The accuracy of RTCs mostly depends on the crystal. In a long run, a small-time deviation will be observed in the RTC circuit due to seasonal...
Global positioning system (GPS) synchronised clocks give accurate time. These clocks are universal and commonly used at railway stations, bus stands and airports. These are widely used for military purposes too. Here we describe a GPS clock based on Arduino...
Yes it's possible to get the location with just our tiny little ESP8266 board. We don't need anything other then ESP board not even GPS module to get our live co-ordinates. Yes but we do require one screen to...
GPS and sensor technologies have been evolved over the past decade in the global market of transport and navigation. These technologies lead the world for more safety of people and vehicles. The current technology provides the information of route,...
Presented here is a project based on Global Positioning System (GPS) and ATmega328P-PU microcontroller to measure the distance between two points using Haversine formula. This GPS distance meter can be used for a thermal power-plant patrolling/inspection or any other application...
“Indian Regional Navigation Spacecraft System (IRNSS) is the Indian navigation system that envisages the establishment of the regional navigation system using a combination of geostationary orbit (GEO) and geosynchronous orbit (GSO) spacecraft,” reads Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) website...
A contemporary Yogi, philanthropist and self-proclaimed Guru, likened GPS to a Guru. He said - A GPS will guide you when you are in an unknown territory, just like Gurus would! However, here’s my take on it - GPS...
Adwise Analytics P Ltd. spawned by one of the largest IoT application companies along with a couple of veterans from outdoor advertising, is now installing a solution on hoardings.  They have come up with large outdoor displays that makes...
Can your smart TV spy on you? Absolutely, says the US director of national intelligence. The ever-widening array of “smart” web-enabled devices pundits have dubbed the internet of things (IoT) is a welcome gift to intelligence officials and law...