Tally ho! The hunt for GNSS innovations
from Inside GNSS
On display in the Smithsonian's "Time and Navigation" exhibit in Washington D.C. is the world's first GPS-enabled cell phone. It was developed in 1995 by NAVSYS Corporation, a Colorado GNSS and inertial R&D company, as part of the push to build a national emergency notification system for mobile users, E911.
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