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Personal navigation from Seer Technology

Seer Technology : 25 February, 2009  (New Product)
NaviSeer provides military and emergency service personnel with Navigation and tracking capabilities even in GPS denied environments
Seer Technology has announced its breakthrough new product, the NaviSeer personal navigation system, at IDEX, the world's largest product expo for National Security, Military Training, Naval Aircraft, Army Soldiers and Homeland Security products and services.

"NaviSeer uses advanced MEMS technology to provide a lightweight and compact wearable unit so that exact locations of personnel are always visible," said Kent Garland, NaviSeer Product Manager. "With NaviSeer's lifelike 3-D user interface, a field commander can constantly see all personnel and make educated critical decisions in harsh and GPS denied environments."

NaviSeer is designed to integrate seamlessly into civilian and military GPS communication systems to provide personnel position information to within 2% accuracy of distance traveled. The unit, which weighs less than five ounces, fits comfortably on the wearer's back and translates body movement into latitude, longitude and elevation digital positions which are continuously updated to the command and control center.

"The NaviSeer product fills a giant void in the market for personal navigation products," said Fred Gallander, CEO of Seer Technology. "We are seeing tremendous interest in this product from Fire, Police, SWAT and Military applications where lives are in danger if personnel are 'off the radar screen' inside buildings or other GPS denied areas."

Seer Technology is now taking orders for NaviSeer with product delivery scheduled for early 2nd quarter 2009.

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