After launching or unable to use Galileo, Britain began to develop satellite navigation system.

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 After launching or unable to use Galileo, Britain began to develop satellite navigation system.


According to the Daily Telegraph of May, according to the 9 daily newspaper, British defense officials began a preliminary research and development of the British satellite navigation system of 3 billion, because Britain would not be able to use the European Unions Galileo satellite navigation system. It is in this case that Europe will continue to trust it to use Europes most sensitive security information to become a deepening dispute with Brussels after Britains disengagement. The British government has begun to seek legal advice from the 1 billion 400 million euros that it had invested in the project in 2003 after being screened for the most sensitive information. A diagram of the Galileo satellite navigation system Galileo is the project of the GPS global positioning system in Europe to combat the development and control of the United States. It is used by millions of consumer equipment in the global trillions of dollars in the satellite navigation market. Now, defense secretary Gavin Williamson told the daily telegraph that he ordered experts to begin developing the British satellite navigation system plan. Williamson has been in the European Union to stop Britain from using the Galileo system to say EU defense and NATO allies are aimed at pressing the European Commission, especially France. He said: the challenge to our participation in the Galileo satellite project is perfectly proof that we have plenty of opportunities to make use of it. The British satellite navigation system may appear in the new defense space strategy being developed by the Ministry of defense, which will include the protection of important communication signals. White House sources said the new global navigation satellite system could bring 3 billion pounds of economic growth and create 5000 jobs in the next 20 years. The source told our reporter that preliminary investigation shows that there are no basic technical obstacles in the British system.