If you are looking for a device that is useful in hunting operations, hiking and scientific fieldwork, this Garmin Foretrex 601 review article is for you. In a Glance Garmin Foretrex 601 is the perfect option for outdoor enthusiasts, it includes all the different tools from barometric altimeter and navigation sensors to smart notifications and […]
GPS itself is a great feature for navigation while driving or hiking, which is used on a daily basis. If you download your map ahead of time, it works perfectly without an internet connection as well. This feature has made our lives easier but also brings certain privacy concerns forth. One of the most important
Golf is a sport that perfectly combines nature and physical activity. But, there will always be some electronic (like the one I’ll be covering in this Garmin Approach S40 review) accessories that you will need to further improve your game and reduce shots. Any golfer would like to have a GPS (global positioning system) to
Google Maps is a very useful tool; with it, we can get to any address without getting lost, find a restaurant or cinema in the city, and see which the least traveled street to our house is. We can also create custom maps and they can show you in real-time, the incidence on the roads.
Do you want to go further in your excursions? Do you want to discover new routes and landscapes? This handheld GPS can be your best outdoor solution. Even if cycling is your thing, this device will allow you to get to know new places quickly and accurately. This Garmin GPSMAP 64sx Review will convince you.
Can you use GPS without data? You will surely be surprised to know that it is possible. Moreover, the best thing is that there are several ways to do it. Do you want to know more? Keep reading! How To Use GPS Without Data? When we travel to another country, we can get lost if
Global positioning system (GPS) technology is mainly used to locate a specific object anywhere globally, and it is found in all smart electronic devices, in transport vehicles, and anywhere you have internet access. However, this technology has diversified to offer other services such as speedometers. Few people know the GPS Speedometer, don’t know where to
Finding your position on a map has never been easier and most people now routinely use GPS to navigate their way to a new destination. Still, there are many instances when the GPS coordinates on your device seem to differ from what you’re actually seeing around you. Why is that? To answer this question, let’s
We believe we’re not telling any news by stating that by today everyone uses Google Maps on a daily basis. In numbers, Google Maps has over one billion users each month which is not a surprise if we take into consideration the fact that the service provides live traffic data in more than 600 cities
A properly designed GPS receiver can achieve horizontal accuracy of 3 meters or better and vertical accuracy of 5 meters or better 95% of the time. Augmented GPS systems can provide submeter accuracy. However, it is not yet perfect, and it is sometimes buggy. So, what factors affect the accuracy of the GPS? GDOP (Geometric