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Personal Navigation Devices In The 20′s and 30′s

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An article on GIS Lounge shows that people developed personal navigation devices way before GPS was possible. For example, the Italian Iter-Auto, the first in-vehicle personal navigation device, featured a scrolling map hooked up to a speedometer so that the location of the motorist on the map was more or less accurate to their actual location.

You can check out the full article at GIS Lounge.

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One Response to “Personal Navigation Devices In The 20′s and 30′s”

  1. Invictus says:

    This is awesome. Would like to see more from TF and SSD on GIS topics.

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