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What is Navigation?

Navigation encompasses the skill of guiding vehicles, aircraft, and vessels across land, air, and water. The primary objective of navigation is to ensure the secure passage of these conveyances to their intended destinations. This is achieved by accurately determining their present locations and identifying the optimal routes for travel._x000D_

Modern Navigation Techniques:

In contemporary times, navigation predominantly relies on advanced navigation devices. One prominent example is dynamic navigation, which integrates real-time traffic data, including existing traffic congestion, into the route calculation process. This feature has become a staple in most navigation devices, enhancing efficiency and accuracy in journey planning.

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