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GPS
GPS Navigation is a satellite navigation system complex allowing determination of coordinates of a moving object with accuracy within a few meters. Global Positioning System or GPS satellite navigation system has been designed in USA and first was used for the needs of the military and industrial complex. On May 1, 2000, the Government of USA revoked the special requirements for the use of GPS System and people allowed to use this technology.

GPS Navigator consists of a receiver and computer fixed in one body. The receiver receives signals from the satellite located in the earth orbit, and the computer decodes the signal and defines the geographical location of the receiver. Putting a GPS receiver in the object, you have an opportunity to carry out monitoring using GPS navigation. For example, GPS navigation is very easy to trace the objects such as yachts, motor boats, railway cars or motor cars. Many big transport companies may define the location of their cars using GPS navigators. Putting a GPS navigator in your car, you will always know where your car is.

GPS navigation has also other essential advantages. If precise coordinates of an object is known, a dispatcher or an on-board computer may easily calculate the optimum route up to any required point. So, GPS navigation installed in a car allows effective control of shipments, coordinate the activity and directly trace each car. GPS navigation may be used onshore, offshore and also to provide timely assistance to lost tourists.

Its capability may, in short, be shown as follows:
  • To determine the coordinates of the place of your location with high accuracy;
  • To go to the final point of the route and return to the first point without any problem;
  • Knowing the start and finish points of an object to prepare its route of movement. Capability of doing this taking into account the main and local roads.Preparation of an itinerary through the streets of an unknown city;
  • Capability of taking into account traffic jams, obstacles, petrol filling stations, roads being under repair;
  • Capability of marking dangerous parts of a road, roadside cafes, Road Police posts, motels on the route;

GPSWho can use GPS.
  • For military purposes. For example, direction of a gun to an object with high accuracy.
  • Offshore and aviation navigation. Now it can be used not only on water and in air, but also in carrying out underwater works in deep oceans and finding sunken ships.
  • Rescue services. It leads to multiple reductions of search and rescue costs. Time for rescue operation is also reduced many times. It can determine coordinates with the accuracy within 1 m.
  • Individual navigation. Any person can use the GPS system for private purposes. Hunters, fishermen, mountain climbers, tourists and others who like active resting may use this system.
  • For scientific purposes. This GPS system may be used by a sientist as a precise source of time. During the receipt of signals from navigation satellites, the watch installed in the receiver may be synchronized with the atomic watch installed in the satellite. GPS allows timing with nano-second accuracy.
  • Monitoring of motor traffic. A GPS navigator installed in a motor car may monitor the works of the transport facility and its driver and, as a result of this, an optimum route is selected. And this ensures saving fuel and timely delivery of goods to the Client.
  • Security systems.The security systems with GPS function assist in preventing steeling cars. This system determines the location of the car precisely and ensures its speedy finding.
  • Monitoring of any objects. . With the help of up-to-date GPS navigators, you may always monitor your children and relatives.