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Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Story: iPhone Stored Location in Test Even if Disabled
As a public-private partnership, the NextGen Equipage Fund, LLC will bring substantial private-sector capital to overcome the investment barriers that have prevented many air carriers and other operators from investing in the NextGen technologies for their aircraft. ITT's John Kefaliotis explains.
Drivers in Maryland and Virginia also are on the top 5 list of places with the most frequent GPS users.
Drivers, pilots and emergency responders depend on GPS every day to get where they need to go. But, there are concerns a new venture will disrupt this crucial system.
More and more drivers are allowing insurance companies to track their movements, through a GPS system in their cars that monitors pay-as-you-go policies.
Scientists and students at the University of Maryland have developed a Video 911 app for smartphones.
University of Texas researcher successfully spoofs GPS timing signals which could incapacitate the base stations used by Sprint and Verizon.
Learn more about the DOT's research currently underway when Dr. Robert Bertini, the acting director of the Intelligent Transportation Systems program at DOT, talks to Federal News Radio.
As kids head back to school today, a new kind of camera might be watching you as you drive!
NASA and its partners are making an effort to save both time and lives with new technology.