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Presentation

On
Intelligent Navigate
Systems (INS)

Presented By:
N.ALEKHYA
07861A0573

Contents
What is INS
History of INS
Space-Based Technologies
GIS
Components of INS
System Segmentation
Intelligent Disaster Management
Applications
Conclusion
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What is INS

Finding the way from one place to another is


called NAVIGATION
a satellite navigation system designed for use in
automobiles
uses a GPS navigation device to acquire position
locate the user on a road in the unit's map database
Using the road database

Intelligent
Navigation
System
Communication
Services

GPS

GIS

History

subject of extensive experimentation


modern automobile navigation were already
established when the microprocessor emerged
in the 1970s
1980s was the development of color displays
for digital maps and of CD-ROMs for digital map
storage
Alpine claims to have created the first
automotive navigation system in 1981
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Why use INS

basic solution obtained from low-cost navigation


sensors
The four principal rules of intelligent navigation :
Closest road
Bearing matching
Access only
Distance in direction
Visualization

Space-based
technologies
Availability

Communication satellites
Earth observation satellites (including highresolution imagery)
Global navigation satellite systems (GPS and
GLONASS)

Geographic
information
system

GIS technology
provides tool and
resources for data
capture,
integration, query,
modeling analysis
and visualization

INS
Components

1. Digital maps to indicate user location; map scanned,


map digitized
2. Communication links between users and control center
3. Hardware & Software to process, control, evaluate and
track the moving objects .
4. Device For determining Geographic position; GPS
handheld

Where TO GO

Where am I?

GO THERE

You are here!

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SYSTEM
SEGMENTATION

GPS consists of three major segments:


Space segment
Control segment
User segment

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Control Center

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INS in Disaster Rehabilitation Management

Intelligent Disaster
Management

Bringing immediately Emergency Assistance to


disaster
victims
Looking for people who need help
Having a guidance service to indicate where we
should go
Setting up a new management system by having
communication services immediately.

Intelligent Disaster
Management

Control Center

Applications

Military
Navigation
Mobile Satellite Communications
Agriculture

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Conclusion:

Responding to bomb threat.


Preventive Measures In all Buildings-Dos and Donts.
Procedure to be followed by the recipient of the bomb threat.
Telephone Bomb threat report form. Evacuation of the area.
Search Teams and search techniques.
Action on location of a suspected object.
Handling the media.
Duration of the Course: The course will be of two hours.

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References
Cartographies of Travel and Navigation, James R. Akerman,
(p.277)
"Analog to Digital: A Three-year Detour Leads to the Goal"
in "Gyro research: the World's First Automotive Navigation
system
Steven R. Strom. "Charting a Course Toward Global
Navigation". The Aerospace Corporation.
http://www.aero.org/publications/crosslink/summer2002/01
.html
Globalsecurity.Org
www.iscram.org/dmdocuments/ISCRAM2008/SpecialSession
sCFP/ISCRAM2008_CFP131.pdf
National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. Global
Positioning System Policy

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Thank You

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