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In [21], the authors compare the performance of DSR, DSDV and the AODV under the Random Waypoint model, Freeway model, Manhattan model and the RPG model.
In the first year of the program, we set up a waypoint trail of geocaches.
The magnetic sensor was used as an electronic compass to update the computer database constantly about the heading direction of the user, which was then used to guide the user toward the next waypoint. The vibrotactile stimulator was an Audiological Engineering VBW32 skin transducer, 2.54 centimeters long x 1.85 centimeters wide x 1.07 centimeters thick (about 1 inch x .7 inch x .4 inch) and weighing 6.5 grams (.23 ounce).
* Navigation: 50 routes, 500 waypoints, guidance to waypoints
The only time I use solely numbered waypoints is when I'm marking the length of a trail.
To facilitate the completion of its sale to Macquarie, Waypoint has received commitments from a consortium of several of its existing lenders for USD 45m of debtor-in-possession financing.
The acquisition will occur in two tranches, with Nutrien initially acquiring 80 percent ownership of Waypoint upon closing of the transaction, and the remaining 20 percent to be acquired by Nutrien following the fifth anniversary of the initial closing.
Crop services company Nutrien Ltd revealed on Monday the launch of a definitive agreement to acquire Waypoint Analytical Inc and its operating subsidiaries (Waypoint) in two tranches.
Nutrien is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Waypoint Analytical and its operating subsidiaries.
Waypoint Leasing (Ireland) Limited, the largest independent global helicopter leasing company, has announced in partnership with Leonardo Company the launch of a comprehensive maintenance and training services offering in support of Waypoint's Medium Utility Helicopter ("MUH") reconfiguration program, the company said.
RHYS announced a new lease signing at 9 West Broad Street in Stamford, Connecticut with Waypoint Residential, a real estate investment firm that now brings the building to 80 percent occupancy.