More robust sat-nav system emerges from Spanish university

02/14/2013 | BBC · CNET

Scientists at the Carlos III University in Madrid have come up with a satellite navigation system for vehicles that they say is more accurate than most existing GPS-based systems. "We have managed to improve the determination of a vehicle's position in critical cases by between 50% and 90%, depending on the degree of the signals' degradation and the time that is affecting the degradation on the GPS receiver," said David Martín of the university's Systems Intelligence Laboratory.

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