What is the Global Positioning System?
Global Positioning System (Global Positioning System, GPS) is a high-precision radio navigation positioning system based on aerial satellites. It can provide accurate geographic location, driving speed, and precise location anywhere in the world and near-Earth space. Time information. Since its inception, GPS has attracted many users with its high accuracy, all-weather, global coverage, convenience and flexibility. GPS is not only the patron saint of cars, but also the intelligent star of logistics industry management. With the rapid development of the logistics industry, GPS plays a pivotal role, becoming the second largest consumer group after the automotive market. GPS is a new generation of satellite navigation and positioning system developed by the United States from the 1970s. It lasted 20 years and cost US $ 20 billion. It was fully completed in 1994. It has comprehensive real-time 3D navigation and positioning functions in sea, land and air.