Kazakhstan to launch satellite navigation system of 60 stations by 2014
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 21 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
Kazakhstan plans to launch a satellite navigation system of 60 differential stations by 2014, Novosti-Kazakhstan reported referring to Chairman of the Kazakh National Space Agency Talgat Musabayev.
"We have to launch 60 differential stations by late 2013 and in early 2014," Musabayev said during on-line conference on news portal.
Musabayev added that the high-precision satellite navigation system has been developed within four years.
"Currently we create some enterprises in Almaty and Astana which will produce own navigation apparatus," he said.
Kazakhstan and Russia are working to create the regional network of differential stations which will use signals of Russian GLONASS and American GPS.