electronic navigation


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electronic navigation

[i‚lek′trän·ik nav·ə′gā·shən]
(navigation)
Navigation by means of any electronic device or instrument.
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Virginia was the first sub to shift from paper to electronic navigation.
Flying from one VOR to another along an airway has been the most common form of electronic navigation.
The Japan Coast Guard is planning to develop an electronic navigation support system for ships and boats to avoid maritime accidents, given a recent spate of accidents in waters around Japan that are congested with freighters and other vessels, coast guard sources said Thursday.
The CD-ROM allows electronic navigation through the checklist.
For example, staff from Auckland company Electronic Navigation are working alongside an expert in sonar at the University of New Hampshire in the US, to gain knowledge in multi beam sonar processing that will further advance the company's unique seafloor mapping system.
It also holds the video camera, and the electronic navigation, control, and guidance systems.
Finally, the course introduces students to state-of-the-art integrated electronic navigation tools.
This, plus all the electronic navigation and communication systems, are powered by solar panels backed by a portable generator.
A major live trial is underway to test the effects that offshore wind farms may have on electronic navigation equipment, radios and detection aids onboard vessels operating near the installations.
He pioneered a new electronic navigation system called Oboe, which was used by Bomber Command.
Navy drops charts: Royal Navy ships will stop relying on paper charts to guide their course after the Government invested pounds 29m in an electronic navigation system.
The provider of air traffic control and electronic navigation aids in Canada, Nav Canada, is to increase its civil air navigation service charges.

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