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navigation system

A GPS-based electronic system in a vehicle or mobile device that provides a real-time map of the current location as well as step-by-step directions to a requested destination. For more details, see GPS, Google Maps, CarPlay, Android Auto, in-dash navigation and portable GPS. See reality view and vehicle tracking.
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EBTC plans to provide access to EU policy frameworks which could be utilized as a template for the Navi Mumbai Smart City Project.
The friendship continued and Navi was frequently hand-picked by Jackson to work for him.
The following day Navi was invited to visit Michael's home in Neverland and spent the day visiting Michael's cinema and zoo and going on a few of his theme park rides before enjoying a barbecue.
Then after Navi went off, DJ Tony tookover and he was great.
The Navi Mumbai Airport is scheduled to begin operations in 2013 at Panvel.
And after Jairam Ramesh expressed his unhappiness for the airport at Navi Mumbai, the speculation got more importance," he said.
The release of the new Air Navi AVIC-T10, which is clearly distinguished from conventional PNDs (Personal Navigation Devices), will boost potential demand for car navigation systems through more affordable communications fees and a wealth of content provided by communications services, as well as promising to further expand the telematics market.
In addition to its various Internet businesses within Japan, EC Navi also boasts of success in creating and operating Internet businesses in overseas markets.
Navi was born in Trinidad and grew up in Tobago, but moved to the UK when he was seven.
Roughly 15 miles outside Bombay in one of the most densely populated countries in the world, Navi Mumbai has a population of 850,000.
Navi Mumbai is considered to be much safer and cheaper region in Mumbai.
Navi Mumbai, India, a suburb halfway around the world, bares such a likeness to Santa Clarita that one might think of them as sisters.