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[aprssig] indoor tracking. RFID

Mike Galgano mgalgano at nanosecond.com
Wed Jun 1 01:11:20 UTC 2005


"Network World on Identity Management" had an article today on "Helping 
NASA keep track of its employees, associates and visitors". NASA has 
"been working on it for a couple of years and looks to be making 
progress". Seems they have no central repository of data for all the 
personnel (employees, associates and visitors), and are looking toward a 
badging system, too. Maybe when we're done...

The article is copyright Network World, Inc. and was written by Dave 
Kearns at http://www.vquill.com

If anyone wants it forwarded directly, it is about eight paragraphs that 
distills to "we ain't there yet".

If anyone wants subscription info for the newsletter, contact me 
privately, and I'll dredge it out of the 20 lines of trailer info.

Mike Galgano
KB7PUX

Robert Bruninga wrote:

>>>>Wes Johnston <aprs at kd4rdb.com> 5/31/2005 6:21:19 PM >>>
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>>>>
>>... Does APRSdos begin to plot me in proximity 
>>to the first digipeater?...  I remember you saying 
>>that APRS DOS would plotunknown [position] 
>>stations in proximity to the first digipeater...
>>    
>>
>
>Yes, but only if no other position data is available.
>If I have previously received a posit, and he has not
>timed out of the list, then his last posit is retained.
>I assume a tracker with invalid GPS data will not
>tansmit any more positions and after 80 minutes
>(default) he fades to gray.   Bob
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