[aprssig] Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS) for APRS

Ryan Tourge k2rrt.lists at gmail.com
Sat Sep 2 00:36:06 CDT 2006

why reinvent the wheel?

On 9/2/06, John Habbinga <kc5zrq at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was recently contracted to map out the location of every Wi-Fi
> access point, in the the city where I live, for a company called
> Skyhook Wireless.  They are using this data to provide a positioning
> system that can be used in lieu of satellite based GPS.  I'm curious
> if anyone has considered using their system to provide location data
> for APRS.  Perhaps the developers of Xastir or those creating
> UI-View32 plug-ins, might be able to use the developer API that
> Skyhook Wireless provides.
> More about Skyhook Wireless:
> Founded in 2003, Skyhook Wireless has pioneered the development of the
> first-ever metro-area positioning system that leverages Wi-Fi rather
> than satellites or cell towers to deliver precise location data
> supporting the growing market for location-based services. The Skyhook
> Wi-Fi Positioning System (WPS) requires no new hardware, works indoors
> and outdoors, provides an instant location and is more accurate than
> current technologies in congested downtown areas. Skyhook Wireless is
> headquartered in Needham, MA and is privately held.
> Check out www.skyhookwireless.com and www.loki.com.  Developers check
> out http://developer.skyhookwireless.com/.
> --
> John Habbinga, KC5ZRQ
> Lubbock, Texas
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Ryan Tourge - K2RRT
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