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Archive > 2010 > January/February 2010 > Global Positioning System: The Early Years

The article "Global Positioning System: The Early Years" appeared in the January/February 2010 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Before retiring from St. Louis Gear in 2000, Roy Harmon liked to tinker. Since the customer base at the time was seasonal, Harmon was looking for a project to keep himself busy. The engineer decided to challenge himself by designing a “South Pointing Chariot,” a device he had read about in the book The Evolution of the Gear Art by Darle Dudley.

Keywords
south pointing chariot, St. Louis Gear

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