Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Phone Tracker

What do you do when you lose your phone? More succinctly and directly using Phone Tracker, regardless of the application that locates your mobile phone or conditions and offers and information about the area, incluzis pictures. Phone Tracker has implemented a newer version of Street View, which offers the possibility to access the area and pedestrian. The images are real, but may have an error of 1 minute. The application is safe, antivirusurile scanned by all existing and everything is okay.

Do not take up much storage space and does not create difficulties regarding its use. After Google and Nokia supply free navigation for mobile users, navigation trade sought-after new directions of development. when they cathartic maps that you'll navigate, sales from Nokia and Google have redoubled tremendously, estimating regarding three bilion euros. If GPS has invariably sought-after directions of development that doesn't mean they probe for one thing special, however to develop additional devices that may use GPS technology. maybe within the GPS trade square measure official persons, within the world square measure individuals additional inteliigent United Nations agency no one understand them.  We have all felt chills ever to think what would happen if the Internet is shut down, right now that no longer has a subway map handy or a volume of the yellow pages at home when an errand in person is not only outdated, but often impracticable, when love and finance, science and letters almost only exist on the Web. Soon we will do the same with GPS. If tomorrow a space cataclysm or a visit from Darth Vader to destroy the swarm of global positioning satellites orbiting us 20,000 kilometers from Earth, almost would not know or come home.

In a sense-that is, in the bad sense-the GPS got us surrounded, localized and monitored 24 hours a day. Your phone knows if you are in the neighborhood of Justice in Madrid or in a town of Caceres, if not precisely the street and the portal is only for false modesty. Telephone companies have such a tsunami of data on commuting from which physical people of complexity as the Albert Laszlo Barabasi have been used to discover general principles of human behavior. No names or surnames, but with the definite position with the accuracy of an atomic clock.  

GPS few taxis run out though I caught one recently was horrible, as few buses, which report their position in route for passengers who endure the rain stop gusty know exactly what awaits them. There are already experimental farms in Europe that put GPS on tractors to improve crop management and perhaps soon to automate their crop, as a first step towards roboticultor. The bibliographic database of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States collected dozens of investigations in the past year on the use of GPS in sports. And even the guys in the finance department have been hooked to the system to accurately record transactions spacetime.
Yes, a world without GPS begins to also give chills.

Therefore, it is hard to remember that the global positioning system (global positioning system, GPS) was used for the first time only 25 years ago. For military purposes, of course: Operation Desert Storm, as the Pentagon named the first Gulf War (1990-1991). It was essential that land there to coalition troops could be guided by the desert, a land with a geographic profile so monotonous that had hitherto been the bane of any strategist. By then the system was worse than we today in the car: only 16 of the 24 orbiting satellites needed and therefore only covered 19 hours a day, instead of the current 24.

It is often said that the technology is ahead of legislation. As shown, the military will even ahead of technology. Often they pull it, and this is a clear case. The three inventors of the GPS had a very close relationship with the US Army. Roger Easton, who died two years ago, it was a physicist at the Naval Research Laboratory since the fifties; Ivan Getting, who died in 2003, he was a military engineer during the Second World War, when it helped to stop some of the V-1 bombs that the Germans directed against London, and engineer Bradford Parkinson is still a retired colonel in the Air Force .Aún today, despite its universalization in civilian life, the GPS still an essential military use, and more advanced than civil. According to data from the US Air Force, two thirds of ammunition used today against the Islamic State (ISIS, in English) depend in one way or another address for GPS systems.

Strictly speaking, the acronym GPS refer only to the American system of 24 satellites, which was the first man and the first to provide a public civil version the entire planet, what happened under the administration of Bill Clinton in the mid- the nineties. Russia also maintains its own constellation (Glonass, for Global Navigation Satellite System). The European Union has since 2007 his own project, appropriately called Galileo, which will be fully operational within four years through budget. And China, which has long been a space power, launched its first two satellites for positioning in 2000, and expects to have the entire network in orbit by 2020. BeiDou-2 will be called.

The technical details do not seem to fit in a supplement called Ideas, but there is something very deep science in the GPS that do not deserve it. The system determines your position by measuring the distance between you three, four or more satellites. But calculates the distance by measuring the time the signal takes to travel from each satellite to your car, which is only a fraction of a second. This means two things. First, you need to carry satellites built the most accurate clocks in the world today, based on the oscillations of cesium atoms. Watches are guaranteed by quantum physics, with a lot of knowledge behind.

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