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Crossroads GPS's 'Propaganda' Is Exactly That

GPS モジュール動いたっぽい
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Image by Matoken
/*

GPS Module(AKIZUKI GT-720)
Pin1 : GND
Pin2 : 3.8V~8V
Pin3 : N/A(RS232C IN)
Pin4 : N/A(RS232C OUT)
Pin5 : TTL RX
Pin6 : TTL TX

Arduino GND <-> Pin1
Arduino 5V <-> Pin2
Arduino 0 <-> Pin5
Arduino 1 <-> Pin6

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*/
#include

#define rxPin 0
#define txPin 1
#define ledPin 13

byte pinState = 0;

SoftwareSerial mySerial = SoftwareSerial(rxPin, txPin);

void setup() {
pinMode(rxPin, INPUT);
pinMode(txPin, OUTPUT);
pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
mySerial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() {
char someChar = mySerial.read();
mySerial.print(someChar);
toggle(13);
}

void toggle(int pinNum) {
digitalWrite(pinNum, pinState);
pinState = !pinState;
}

Crossroads GPS's 'Propaganda' Is Exactly That

GPS
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GPS controlled street photography
GPS
Image by sbisson
Camera mount and GPS on Smart that was doing GPS Controlled street photography in Clerkenwell. The vehicle would drive a short distance, then the camera would take various shots around the car. The GPS link to the mount and the laptop are clearer are in this view.

The camera appears to have a very wide lens. Gaps between photographs seemed to be of the order of 20 feet or so.

I suspect that this was phtography for a street facade mapping function, similar to that offered by A9.

Clerkenwell, London

December 2005

State gives GPS firms heads up on low bridges

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1 glut of out-of-towners trying to squeeze too-tall box trucks under the bridges of Storrow Drive and Soldiers Field Road, have asked GPS manufacturers to make sure the devices warn drivers of the low-clearance hazard. The Department of Conservation …

GPS controlled street photography
GPS
Image by sbisson
Camera mount and GPS on Smart that was doing GPS Controlled street photography in Clerkenwell. The vehicle would drive a short distance, then the camera would take various shots around the car.

The camera appears to have a very wide lens. Gaps between phtographs seemed to be of the order of 20 feet or so.

I suspect that this was phtography for a street facade mapping function, similar to that offered by A9.

Clerkenwell, London

December 2005

Supervised Team Of College Hackers Expose GPS Vulnerability

GPS
AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) – Hackers at the University of Texas at Austin are shedding some light on the vulnerability of technology many people depend on in today's world – the Global Positioning System (GPS). The space-based satellite navigation system …

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