SA must decide within months if it is to develop satellite navigation augmentation system
October 27, 2013 Editor 0
South Africa has to decide if it wants to go ahead with a plan to develop a local space-based satellite navigation augmentation system within a matter of months, to avoid the risk that the preliminary work that has already been done would become outdated, and skills acquired would lapse, and need to be repeated and reacquired. This would, of course, increase costs and add further delays.
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