How Does the Navigation System Work?
Using GPS signals, you can find the GPS signals on the digital maps obtained from satellite photographs and terrestrial scans. We can make entries. In fact, these entries are nothing but coordinate information, and the system can reach the destination from the coordinate it is located by using the direction information (Ex: Road importance order, Main road, Intersection, Intersection … One Way, Vehicles Cannot Enter, Bridges … etc.). It calculates according to more definitions.
In general, we can say that it uses a method similar to Graphs based on Discrete Mathematics.
When the address is entered into the system, it draws a route and guides us to the destination we previously determined with audio warning and visual information. While navigating, the coordinate information from the GPS receiver is constantly monitored by the navigation system. In case of any deviation from the determined route, a new route is drawn from the current location to the destination.