THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY ON AUTOMATED NAVIGATION

J. M. Wuerth

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Abstract: Introduction AUTOMATED NAVIGATION is abroad subject. The mariner may visualize automated navigation as a means of optimizing shipping routes. The airline operator may think in terms of reducing holding times by improving estimated times of arrival. The a&ronaut may be concerned primarily with minimum fuel consumption for an intended mission. From each viewpoint the objectives, and the ult’imate mechanization of automated navigation may well differ. Despite these differences, there are some elements in common to any system of automated navigation.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 14, Number 3
Pages: 328 - 339
Cite this article: Wuerth, J. M., "THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY ON AUTOMATED NAVIGATION", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 1967, pp. 328-339.
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