Even where GPS does not pass, the Sysnav Positioning System can guide the user

On April 9, 2014, 10 innovators under the most talented 35-year of 2013 went on stage. In 2010, the French Newsweek ‘L’Usine Nouvelle’ (‘The new Factory’) had already spotted one of them , David Vissière . He won the special jury prize for ” Engineers of the Year ” . Graduated from the French leading engineering school Ecole Polytechnique, aged 34 years , fascinated by mathematics – and gifted, founded Sysnav in 2009.
The company manufactures and markets positioning systems without GPS, that can detect the movement of an object or a person without using the satellites.
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