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“Gippsland makes aircraft and Aerostaff high-precision metal components for companies in businesses such as aviation and defense equipment.”
“Toyota is betting it can overcome market obstacles with high-precision production, cost-cutting and collaboration on new technology with parts suppliers.”
“Government officials still have one more round of testing to complete early next year on the effect of LightSquared's network on high-precision GPS device.”
“Government officials still have one more round of testing to complete early next year on the effect of LightSquared's network on high-precision GPS devices.”
“Galileo's backers are still mulling the idea of charging shipping and engineering companies for access to a high-precision Galileo signal, though so far no groups have expressed an interest in paying for what they can get gratis.”
“Operating a complex, high-precision set of very expensive telescopes is hard enough on its own; doing it surrounded by towns, villages, and their light makes the job much harder.”
“The two-hundred-square-foot cold room is for studying the ice and houses a workstation with high-precision air quality control, a light box, a band saw, a subzero growth incubator, and an air vent—under which the “windchill factor” drops even further.”
“Although lacking Microsoft's pathological obsession with motion control, Sony still appeared determined to shoehorn Move, its high-precision take on the Wii-mote paradigm, into just about everything.”
“LightSquared acknowledged that a limited number of high-precision GPS receivers designed to run on LightSquared's spectrum would still be affected.”
“The FCC said complaints about possible interference with high-precision GPS devices made additional tests necessary.”
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