Though it has a relatively long track record, misconceptions still surround the Global Positioning System, especially in terms of autonomous vehicles. Everyone knows that GPS uses satellites to deliver position information to things like smart watches and your car’s navigation system. But not so many know the details about just how sophisticated, complex, and advanced today’s satellite-based navigation systems truly are. The Global Positioning System (GPS) was launched by the US government ...
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