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Navigation system (GPS) with Speed Camera Detector and Speed limit Awareness

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Project Description

Navigation system (GPS) with Speed Camera Detector and Speed limit Awareness:

I want you to develop and submit the application with its source code for a Satellite navigation system combined with a GPS speed camera detector that have a spoken voice alert and small pop-up alert displaying cameras type, speed limit and distance to camera location.
Satellite navigation also combines mapping with live traffic information that shared through at least 10 users in 10mins period of time. This notification will stay in alarm for half hour. For example, 10 users identified that there is a jam traffic or accident in Road No.1 and because you are going through Road No.1 then the system will notify you that there is an accident there to be able to change for alternative way. The satellite navigation system may use NAVTEQ or TELE ATLAS mapping or Google mapping.

1. How does a GPS satellite navigation system work?

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a navigation system consisting of a network of many orbiting satellites. A SatNav system will then lock onto five or more GPS satellites to indicate the exact location of your vehicle. Using a database of GPS co-ordinates of speed cameras and in many case speed limits which is updateable. The satellite navigation system will then warn the driver from a pre-set range to the presence of speed cameras in the road ahead.

1.1 Receiver autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM):
*This is an Optional service but I may choose you in case you can integrate it in the system.

RAIM is a technology developed to assess the integrity of global positioning system (GPS) signals in a GPS receiver system. It is of special importance in safety-critical GPS applications, such as in aviation or marine navigation. Receiver autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM) provides integrity monitoring of GPS for aviation applications. In order for a GPS receiver to perform RAIM or fault detection (FD) function, a minimum of five visible satellites with satisfactory geometry must be visible to it. So, if the GPS detect less than five satalites then an alert will show that integrity is not accurate.
RAIM has various kinds of implementations; one of them performs consistency checks between all positions solutions obtained with various subsets of the visible satellites. The receiver provides an alert if the consistency checks fail.
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1.2 GPS satellite navigation features

1.2.1 Live Traffic Updates: becoming a must have feature, live traffic information is collected and then displayed on screen to advise the driver of congestion in the road ahead, with suggested re-routing options.

1.2.2 Speed Camera Locations: to provide speed cameras locations. Many in fact use speed camera detector company databases. Some of them cover Saudi Arabia such as Cyclops speed camera database ([url removed, login to view]) , whilst others like RoadPilot speed camera database ([url removed, login to view]) do not cover Saudi Arabia.

1.2.3 The Navigation System Features:
A. Preloaded street-level maps for UK.
B. Full postcode search.
C. Integrated speed camera alerts.
D. Auto re-calculation of route.
E. Favourite destinations memory.
F. The GPS system is able to determine the integrity by applying RAIM mentioned earlier.

1.2.4 The Speed Camera Warning Features:
A. Advance warning of ALL types of fixed and removable (the ones determined by users) speed cameras.
B. Voice and audio alerts.
C. Average speed display through SPECS average speed cameras.
D. Accurate GPS speed display and GPS clock.
E. Over speed warning.
F. Mobile camera 'hotspots alert' database.

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