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Flight tracking technology

Thursday, January 11, 2007

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Of late, it has become extremely easy to track the flights. In fact, Aeroseek, a flight tracking service uses a mashup with Google Earth to provide a real time feed of where the the flight is moving as seen from the satellite.

Well, okay, this does not mean that you shall see all clouds on a cloudy day and all bright on a sunny day. The service only makes use of the picture available on Google Earth to give you an idea of where your flight is at that particular moment. You obviously cannot question your kin about the bright view he had on board who came by one particular flight you tracked!

Nice way to use technology to give real time updates....
posted by Anand, 1:40 PM

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