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GPS Prezi

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Faith Robbins

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of GPS Prezi

5 Uses for GPS Technology GPS 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c FACTS ABOUT GPS There are 24 working GPS satellites in "GPS constellation."

You can get 2D and 3D GPS systems.

Some devices with the GPS installed are cars, cellphones, tablets, military equipment, and airplanes! How do GPS units work? GPS units have a thing called, "Global Positioning System satellites" that are located in space. They transmit signals to the GPS systems on the ground. These GPS satellites transmit data that shows its location and current time. That is how we navigate around the world! GPS NAVIGATION 24 working GPS satellites in the "GPS Constellation!" (And a few to spare.) Aviation : Reliable, accurate positioning for all flights, and it is available to all people. GPS TECHNOLOGY! In this video, you will see how the GPS works for other people. You also have to connect to three satellites to be able to navigate and use the GPS. Environment : Monitoring endangered species through GPS tracking & mapping Marine : Provides exact information for boat navigators. Railways : Track surveys and inspections Timing : Better use for restricted radio spectrum by wireless networks
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