OGC announces wireless location services initiative

The goal of the OpenLS Initiative is to develop standards needed by industry to support implementation of the location services invoked by mobile or wireless Internet devices. Such standards are meant to support the growth of consumer markets by ensuring that the wealth of public and private sector location information and application resources are available for use by both developers and consumers of mobile applications and location services.

Nov. 2, 2000–Michigan regulators ordered state electric utilities to assess near term electrical generation capacity and the effect potential transmission constraints could have on the competitive market.

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