The role of GPS in various industries

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The global positioning system (GPS) enables anyone with a smartphone or navigation units on cars to pinpoint their location or tell the time. Initially developed for military use, it now has applications ranging from aviation safety and banking to rescuing ships in distress.

GPS is very useful in navigation, tracking and measurement.

The most common method people use is to use GPS for positioning and navigation. Now cars, ships, airplanes and other moving objects are basically equipped with GPS, and its interface is also the most familiar image to us. It can be used in many aspects. For example, it is used in ocean navigation and port pilotage for ships, and it can also be used for route guidance and approach landing of aircraft. Not only that, it can also help cars achieve autonomous navigation and positioning, and can also be used for ground vehicle tracking and urban intelligent traffic management. In terms of safety, it can also be used for emergency rescue work by police, fire and medical departments, and can also help track targets and provide guidance during outdoor adventures.
GPS has unique advantages in both daily life and the military field. In daily life, GPS can be used for alarms when people are in danger of being attacked, for the supervision and rescue of special patients and children, and for help when encountering various difficulties in life. In the military field,

 

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