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GPS
is just great isn’t it. We get an exact position anywhere in the world
whenever we need it. Everyone knows, because it’s often said, that it
pinpoints us, gives us an exact position. Something we never had
before.

Whoever
invented it what a superb system they have given us. And I’m going to
show you how good and clever it is. I will, but…..

Hang on, let’s step back a bit.

First
let’s define ‘pinpoint’ and ‘exact’ for these are being used as
accuracy terms and accuracy is a well defined concept but often very
loosely used. Hey, I’m as guilty as anyone here. If it’s good enough
for you can it be called pinpoint? This could range from millimetres to
kilometres.

Well
Ok, but we’ve never had this accuracy before, have we? Yes we have.
There are systems before GPS equally good, if not better.

So
what’s this all about?  As I said, I’m going to show you how good
the system is. We wouldn’t have it if it wasn’t. I will show you how
clever the design is to get you from where you are to where you want to
go. As long as some things are understood. As with most things there
are limitations and the nature of navigation systems, including those
previous to GPS, means extra limitations due to the way and the
environment they operate in.

Because
it’s ‘known’ to be so good I will suggest that many are complacent,
over confident, with GPS and the satnav they have without understanding
how it works and what the limits are.

You can see this in the GPS and satnav speak that’s about. We’ve done pinpoint.

“I
have GPS in my car”. Yes you do. You also have a map and some software.
You have an integrated navigation system running in a computer. It’s
called a satnav. There’s a lot of stuff going on to put that dot on a
map, as accurately as it can under the circumstances, and then get you
to where you want to go.

“But GPS says I can go that way”, Then why is everyone flashing you and honking horns?

Misconceptions, misbeliefs, over trusting?

Maybe
the trust is because, let’s face it, it’s space stuff, rocket science
and deep engineering. It is for those that make them. Out of my league
here as I’m sure it is deep technology at their level. For us users
there are basics to how they are of practical use that are not hard to
get.

The
aim here is to put it in perspective. We have a great system but it has
difficulties in its operation. It works in a way to overcome those
difficulties, to the best we can so far do. Knowing this you maybe even
more impressed on how clever it is and also aware of when it’s not so
clever.

Bear
in mind it was originally not for us but for military use. It is not a
totally new idea but a development of existing systems. Where the
advantage lies is that they made it global by putting it into space.
They made it cheap enough to be more practical than existing systems
and cheap enough now for the likes of us to get around accurately
enough for our purposes. With the required due diligence. I don’t think
it’s fair to blame the United States DoD if we drive into a river.

To this end this site
presents the downloadable with many diagrams guide:

The SatNav Users Guide to Navigation and Mapping Using GPS

It’s a clickable link
but you may need to read on to see if you think it’s useful for you. There is a
buying info click link at the end of this page.

The Guide provides information on how these systems work covering
aspects of GPS, how we go from round to flat and allow for our local area, how
digital maps are made and how they are used to navigate along roads from A to
Z.

It is intended for the SatNav user who wants to know more about how GPS,
navigation and mapping combine together to give us these systems. It is a
behind the scenes information and awareness for those with an interest in
understanding more about what is involved, the difficulties encountered and
some misconceptions that are around. It is not a guide to particular systems or
how to use them individually. It will
help you to understand where things can go wrong, how to notice them and to know not to rely on it for the moment. It will
also give you an edge over those who think they know but really don’t.

There
is quite a lot involved and the book covers it in a fair amount of
detail. However, some of you may not want the whole detail so the pdf,
which is the main idea, comes in two forms as a Basic book and an
Advanced book. The Advanced is also available to download as reader
formats. You can download your choice or all of them.

So, this technology is fantastic, but, it is designed and built by
humans. Mistakes and errors are human nature. Do not fall for others’ human
nature. You can help yourself to avoid this by understanding how systems work.

You input your destination correctly, but, the software misinterprets or
glitches and calculates an inappropriate route. The map may be not updated. If
followed blindly, unchecked, it may not be disasterous, but is likely to lose
you time, fuel and, perhaps, patience.

Blind
following has been done, hence falling for those weird and strange
incidents
of bridges that really are not there. Jetties that are roads across
oceans! Can we really believe that these have happened? Some errors may
not be so obvious. Armed with
information you are better qualified to look out for them.

You can develop a feel for when things can go wrong and check. Stand
back and take a broader look, maybe even look at a paper map. As an overview they
are still valid. And remember, the Mark I eyeball is still a valid aid.

The technology does not anticipate for peoples’ sense and appropriate
judgment. This is for you to do.

Knowing the complexities involved, even just basic knowledge, in getting
these systems into operation will aid you to understand how errors and faults
can arise and instil in you that ‘Does it look right?’ mode.

Knowing
What You Don’t Know

I have always believed that you can say you are good at something if you
know what you don’t know. The book cannot cover everything of all the included
subjects but It will give you enough understanding of what is generally going on
for your SatNav use and where to dig deeper if you wish. It is not the full
story, each section could be a book in its own right. It does cover slightly
more than what many consider the basics. It will certainly give you an
advantage over others who claim to know or to have the best system.

I say ‘slightly above basics’ and not ‘deep rocket science’, however,
complete explanation is difficult if the technical is largely avoided. This is
the nature of the game, and nature is cruel. To get a reasonable grasp of
understanding, nature requires us to think in 3D and adds awkward
irregularities on top. Nevertheless, it’s the sort of subject that full deep
understanding is maybe only required by those who are paid to do it. The info
here will leave you with a good grasp and awareness of the concepts that will
help you understand these systems more, remove the misconceptions that abound
and put you ahead of many.

These misconceptions about GPS and SatNav maps, well they may lead you
astray. It may be likely that some salespersons have these misconceptions and
general uncertainty about some details.

“It gives you an exact pinpoint position any where in the world.”

“Exact pinpoint, really, anywhere? Ok so how accurate?”

“Based on what? Is that pinpoint then?”

“What? It’s just very accurate.”

You can beat him. If he cannot answer your ‘accurately’ guided
questions, maybe you can get a discount. This guide will give you the
information.

We often hear about that pinpoint accuracy. Now what does that mean? To
me pinpoint is less than 1mm, er, like maybe the point of a pin or needle. Yes,
a very expensive and sophisticated GPS receiver can achieve this if left
standing in one place for 24 hours plus. No doubt about it though, 5 – 10 m is
actually good and can reasonably be expected, but I’m saying that is not pinpoint.  We havn’t agreed a definition yet.

Snips from each section are in a pdf preview. This also acts as a test to
ensure you have Adobe Reader on your computer. In the, nowadays, unlikely event
you do not have Adobe Reader, here is the free download link.

The
guide has been put together from my knowledge in the field as a
navigator, surveyor and mapper, offshore, coastal and onshore. It is
backed up
by research in some specific areas to update myself. Tech advances. This is stuff I
need to know for the set up of the job and to make sure it runs to
spec. I have had to hold up a survey saying “the nav is being naughty”.
Mind you, my expensive kit helps by giving me red warnings. I don’t
think many satnavs tell you GPS is 50m out.

For further buying
information click the compass rose below to start navigating

I wish you the joy of
everyday not being lost.

Click here to get Azimuth Navigation at discounted price while it’s still available…

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Azimuth Navigation is backed with a 60 Day No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee. If within the first 60 days of receipt you are not satisfied with Wake Up Lean™, you can request a refund by sending an email to the address given inside the product and we will immediately refund your entire purchase price, with no questions asked.