Some Application Possibilities of Land and Satellite Communication Systems in Road Traffic
AbstractThe land and satellite communication systems provide amore rational utilisation of road network, by guiding the vehiclesto the destination using the best routes. This results in economicadvantages regarding reduced mileage, shorter travellingtimes, etc.
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