The geostationary satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) was used by the Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Monday morning to launch the navigation satellite “Navic” NVS-1. This satellite is specifically made to support the military and keep an eye on shipping operations.
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America’s response to the Global Positioning System (GPS) is Navigator. NAVIC will be utilized in time dilation, emergencies, location-based services, personal mobility, resource monitoring, surveying and geodesy, and terrestrial, aerial, and maritime transportation.
A region of around 1,500 kilometers around India and the continental United States will receive real-time position and timing data from the satellite, which functions similarly to a GPS. The navigator is made such that the signal may give the user a position that is more accurate by 20 meters and timing that is more accurate by 50 nanoseconds.