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Skyhook

(skÿ -hûk) See rockoon.

skyhook

[′skī‚hu̇k]
(mining engineering)
To drive bolts into the overhead rock of a mine in order to reinforce the ceiling.
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This data suggests that there's a huge and largely untapped opportunity to create value from location services that many app publishers and advertisers could be taking full advantage of," said Skyhook CEO Jim Crowley.
By combining Skyhook Context Accelerator with Footmarks SmartConnect, developers can analyze location behavior from venue to aisle; deriving unprecedentedly precise customer intelligence in the form of actionable Personas while answering mission critical questions:
Skyhook Wireless, a wholly-owned subsidiary of TruePosition, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Broadband Corporation, created and operates a mobile location network.
Skyhook Wireless portfolio comprises the Skyhook Precision Location and Context Accelerator software developer kits (SDKs).
For customers who would prefer to retrofit their existing toot crib to the SkyHook solution, several attachment mechanisms are available depending on tool type, mobility required and weight.
These riding modes instantly alter the performance using clever electronics to affect the engine character, the ABS, the skyhook and the traction control.
Skyhook Wireless went to court and complained that Google had unlawfully exercised its power.
I've tried to do the skyhook just like him, but he had more range and more touch.
Mr Al Zayani said the Skyhook system automatically controls the damping and allows the driver to alter the suspension's behaviour.
85ft Skyhook Crane,(3) -45ft Bucket Trucks, Auger Truck, 29ft service Truck, 65ft Multi Truck, CNC Router.
This model now gets Skyhook suspension fitted as standard for the first time, and all models now come with a Navtrak GPS security system, heated seats and metallic paint.
This hook is known variously as a grappling hook, skyhook, and cliff-hanger.