[ntp:questions] Re: First Galileo satellite launched
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Sat Dec 31 02:16:00 UTC 2005
"Wolfgang S. Rupprecht"
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> If low-cost GPS's had similar accuracies I imagine we'd start seeing
> self-steering cars where you'd drive a route once and the car along
> with forward collision sensors could steer the same route for you from
> then on. (If not that, at least blare out a loud warning if you are
> drifting out of the lane without blinking etc.) I recall driving in
> snow storms in white-out conditions in New England when such sensors
> would have been quite handy.
Even if not, an alarm that could sound if you were a few feet out of
your lane wouldn't be such a bad idea.
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