Navicom Unveils GPS Translator and Pseudolite Systems
September 18, 2001
Navicom, Seoul, Republic of Korea, unveiled its GPS Translator and Pseudolite systems at the conference of GNSS Positioning Systems, Products and Services in Salt Lake City, Utah. Navicom’s new GPS Translator System tracks and displays real-time trajectory of fast-moving objects that are capable of flying at supersonic speeds. Pseudolite System is a navigation device positioned to replace reliance on GPS in areas that historically have bad reception signals, as well as for indoor use. Pseudolite emits signals similar to GPS satellites and can also be utilized in ITS.