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How Global Positioning System (GPS) Impacts the Business Sector

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Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based radio navigation system that the U.S. government owns and primarily uses for the U.S. Air Force. Since its inception 39 years ago (February 1978), there are now 31 satellites in orbit and has is now fully operational for both military and civilian use.

Originally, the GPS system was specifically for military use. But thanks to major advancements in technology in the 1980s, civilian use became fully operational.

Nowadays, GPS time servers help organizations synchronize their time across a digital and global network, which is great for organizational reasons. Thanks to GPS network time servers, companies are able to streamline their productivity and vastly improve their overall efficiency.

Tim synchronization is essential in today’s fast-paced world because everyone within a specific organization or network needs to be on the same, accurate time in order to avoid mass confusion. Standard PC time is based on a crystal oscillator, which is the same device used in a wristwatch or wall clock. With crystal oscillators, the time on a device starts to drift.

In a network environment, without synchronized timing, major problems can arise. Even computer systems distributed across an organization’s network can start off precise and synchronized, but after only a few hours they will have differing system times, leading to even more issues.

GPS time servers provide that specific navigation and accuracy that are both essential for business and communication in 2017. Throughout the atmosphere, all 31 working GPS satellites have built-in, extremely accurate atomic clocks, improving time percussion across the globe.

In addition to military and general business use, GPS is applied and used in dozens of industries, including agriculture, cellular telephony, disaster relief, sport, tectonics, telematics, and many more.

GPS has now become a major part of life and the technology will only continue to grow and change industries and the world. If you want to learn more about how GPS time servers can help improve your company’s efficiency, or find high quality GPS digital clocks, contact Time Machines today.

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