GPS technology is now prevalent in commercial aviation. Most commercial aircraft now increasingly use GPS in the initial and inaccurate approach to specific airports. Automatic broadcast dependent monitoring (ADB-B) is the basic forward-looking guidance and GPS navigation technology for which a great deal of R&D is invested and invested. ADB-B technology also includes direct communication between aircraft within a predetermined radial proximity which enables the aircraft to communicate with its relative speeds, distances, paths and locations. This technology is not only developed for any one country but is developed globally through strategic multilateral technology alliances. Besides its use in commercial aviation, GPS ADB-B technology is also used in unmanned aerial navigation (UAVs). Drones are primarily used for resource mapping and aerial surveillance photography – a task previously assigned to Earth-orbiting satellites such as NASA Landsat.
Shipping and rail transport
All advanced GPS technologies have confirmed their presence in marine technology. Since then, digital GPS technology has replaced traditional electronic marine technology and is now used to include vital operational parameters such as marine and beach navigation, bulldozers, navigation and port and port access system, ship movement services (VTS), automatic identification system (AIS), and collection Hydrographic data and cargo logistics services.
With regard to railway navigation, GPS technology is widely used today to simplify such basic navigational elements that include rolling stock management and passenger information and blocking door releases that correspond to platform alignment, cargo tracking signals, train safety and level crossing approaches.
The applications of GPS technologies in various scientific fields are widespread and effective; these include such areas as environmental and atmospheric monitoring, animal behavior studies, plant specimen locations, meteorology and climate research, agriculture, fisheries and fishing, wildland mapping, crop monitoring, and precision agriculture For crops, sprinkler and harvest control, independent vehicle control.
Security is another very broad field that uses GOS technologies. GPS security applications include tracking all types of vehicles – light and heavy vehicles, containers between 20 and 40 feet long that include general cargo, special air-conditioned containers for perishable food, and vehicle security monitoring for the transport of criminals and suspects, etc. .
GPS technology is clearly applicable and well suited to a very wide range of scientific and technological applications that require continuous monitoring and tracking of data, especially if the target organisms are important, urgent, sensitive and valuable. This includes people, animals, machinery, precious metals, currency notes, and so on.