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Leírás Pic shows: Self-described sat nav inventor Werner Liebig and his lawyer Christoph Mager;..An inventor is staking his hopes on a TV news report that he claims proves he was the inventor of the satellite navigation system...Werner Liebig, the former chief of a software company in the Austrian capital of Vienna, says his idea had enormous interest when it was put on display at an exhibition in the United States, but claims nobody then commissioned further work...Disappointed, he abandoned his work in the IT branch went to run a hotel Venezuela’s Isla Margarita, and said he was shocked when he then discovered that the satellite navigation system had been taken up and had become a multibillion industry...He says the short 90-second report on Austrian TV from 1993 proves the idea was originally his. In a TV news item from 23 years ago, the small company bitMAP was highlighted as the first ever to create the motor vehicle navigation system incorporated with a digital road map...In the news, the presenter predicted that "the small Viennese software company bitMAP could soon get large-scale orders, since the first electronic map of the world with satellite navigator originates from them."..In the fragment, it was explained to viewers of the Austrian public television that "a destination address can be entered in the system and then the computer searches for the right way on the electronic map, it indicates the one-way streets and knows the house number."..The what was then ground-breaking technology had become indispensable two decades later, and the inventor is now convinced that his idea was stolen...Liebig said when he presented his hit on the computer fair ‘Comtex’ in Las Vegas, all the software giants had asked about every detail. However, Liebig and his company did not find any partner to work with...He said he had not taken any legal action after finding out in 1999 because complaints against global corporations are difficult, expensive and only a few lawyers q Object name: Man Who Claims He Invented Satnav Is Bidding For 1 Billion


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Cím Man Who Claims He Invented Satnav Is Bidding For 1 Billion
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Beérkezési dátum 2016-10-25
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