New GPS algorithms could improve accuracy to centimetre-level

New algorithms could help GPS become even more accurate, according to a recently published scientific paper. Gizmodo reports that a team from the University of California has come up with a solution to one of the biggest problems with GPS: It isn’t terribly accurate – limited only to an accuracy of about 30 feet. While current GPS technology is “good enough” for a number of purposes (hence why we have a chip in all of our phones), it isn’t good when more precision is needed. For example – when navigating…

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