ONAV

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AcronymDefinition
ONAVOnboard Navigation (space travel)
ONAVOrganizzazione Nazionale Assaggiatori Vino (Italian: National Organization of Wine Tasters; Italy)
ONAVOverlapping Network Allocation Vector
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(https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=7415) The Jet Propulsion Laboratory explained that the deep space atomic clock on a spacecraft would allow it to receive a signal from Earth and determine its location immediately using an (https://timeandnavigation.si.edu/navigating-space/deep-space) onboard navigation system .
Grand Touring adds as standard fare a power moon roof, steering column heads-up display panel, adaptive (moving) LED headlights, LED fog lights and onboard navigation.
To fly RNAV, "onboard navigation data must be current and appropriate for the region of intended operation and must include the navigation aids, waypoints, and relevant coded terminal airspace procedures for the departure, arrival, and alternate airfields." (AC90-100A)
RNP technology allows aircraft to follow precise three-dimensional curved flight paths through difficult terrain using a combination of onboard navigation technology and the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite network.
Hackers interfere with a GPS signal, causing a vessel's onboard navigation systems to falsely interpret position and heading.
DJI drones use a GPS-linked onboard navigation system that already is programmed to block them from "no fly" zones around some 700 airports worldwide, according to Perry.
How many times have you been in a car with someone using an onboard navigation system and they are going the completely wrong way because they inadvertently selected the wrong destination in the GPS?
Unable to determine his course with the onboard navigation equipment and unable to call for assistance over his radio, the pilot soon became disorientated in the darkness and poor conditions.
* "Rejecting" the affected IAPs during the database packing process and removing them from the onboard navigation database; making the IAPs unavailable from the onboard navigation database when pilots attempt to select them.
But useless onboard navigation systems mean drivers will turn to their smartphones, so the feds are looking to slap some new rules on those too.
ITAR-TASS reported earlier that Rosaviatsia had registered the failure of GPS onboard navigation system in a civil airliner flying over Ukraine's territory.