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Talking Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Maps

A Global Positioning System (GPS) is used as a navigation aid in cars, airplanes, and ships. GPS receivers are increasingly being integrated with cell phones, PDA's, vehicle tracking systems, etc. Hand-held GPS receivers may be used by mountain climbers, hikers, and employees working outdoors.

Talking GPS technology offers voice output capability for people with vision impairments.

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