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Monday, August 28th, 2017

Taking a Page from GPS History in Building ‘Zero-Code’ Solutions

By Mike Gundling  Ever since the first GPS satellite went aloft–and especially since the first smartphones and tablets provided GPS positioning–government, industry and academia have been in a never-ending search for new ways to use location-based data. Environmental organizations conduct wetland delineation surveys. Transportation companies track trucks and trains. Public-service officials seek law-enforcement and emergency