#IlPOLIMIRisponde: How does the satellite navigator work?

The satellite navigator is a tool that uses satellite positioning systems, such as GPS and the sensors installed in the device on which it is used, to correlate the user’s position with the digital cartography of the territory.

So, its purpose is to select, indicate the routes between a starting point and a destination point and then provide the user with useful information during the way.

How do the modern satellite navigators that we find installed today in our smartphones, smartwatches and vehicle infotainment systems work?

Daniele Oxoli, professor of Territorial Information Systems, explains it to us in this video.