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Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Where have positioning and navigation been and where are they headed?

Of the fundamental underpinning of geospatial technology, positioning and navigation form the foundation. Advancements in positioning make possible a continued layering of information about location with increasing accuracy. Navigation provides the purpose for most maps. Together, position and navigation are the most used and useful geospatial technologies. Although they certainly stand alone, the seamless combination