GPS technology is in vogue today. It's hard to remember a day when you can not find exactly what's on your way to your phone. However, it is a very recent development and is something we can be denied in the future. The GPS relies on a network of moons to be destroyed, destroyed, and destroyed. You will not get a good GPS lock around the underground or large buildings. It may be an alternative. Imperial College London and Engineering company M Squave has developed a new "quantum accelerometer".
Navigation with accelerometers is possible, and some time has passed. The accelerometer in your phone tracks the orientation and the orientation. However, it is not useful for this technology to use a large scale navigation. An accelerometer motion occurs, so if you have a good pointer reference you can use it to find where you are. Microsoft has released an indoor navigation application Path guide It works on Android several years ago. The problem is that the accelerometer is not perfect – they lose one inches here, and those errors are increasing over time until you know where you are.
Quantum accelerometer from Imperial College London can solve this problem. When the device is nominal portable, it does not use it properly or is simply utilized. Quantum Mechanics tells us that everything is a property, but it is very difficult to observe in everyday life. Ultra-active atoms show their waves more importantly, the key to the quantum accelerometer.
The Imperial College London M-squared used a strong laser system. At low temperatures, the clouds in the atmosphere get cold. Since the atoms fall into the achrometer chamber, the wave property is affected by the movement. Researchers use the Laser's Intermediometer to monitor the evolution of quantum waves.
S0, when the accelerometer moves a high degree, it knows, so it knows where it is everywhere based on it started. At present, an axis takes place, but three axes for complete navigation can be designed to calculate the three rotated directions.
Now ships or trains will be equipped to navigate without accessing the GPS. However, it's great for your phone now. Lasers make it much bigger. One day there will be a quand accelerometer in your pocket, but it will soon.
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