OTHER WORDS FROM navigationnav·i·ga·tion·al, adjectivemis·nav·i·ga·tion, nounnon·nav·i·ga·tion, nounre·nav·i·ga·tion, noun
How to use navigation in a sentence
Sicard, to enhance future navigation, wanted a better idea of where the danger was.Giant anchors, wrecked boats and a ‘Liberty’ clock: Inside the storage site for Navy museum|Michael Ruane|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
Stimuli include advances in assistive navigation, 3D imaging, artificial intelligence, big data, and of course robotics, which is becoming more sophisticated and less expensive.
In the early 1960s, during the space race, neither American nor Soviet scientists really knew where planets like Mars or Venus were—especially at the accuracy and precision essential for spacecraft navigation.We Never Know Exactly Where We’re Going in Outer Space - Issue 92: Frontiers|Caleb Scharf|November 4, 2020|Nautilus
In 2019, the agency received more than 3,500 reports of outages, an all time high, according to Gerhard Berz, the senior expert for navigation systems and radio spectrum coordination at the agency.Planes continue to fly into a GPS dark hole over the Mediterranean, puzzling experts|kdunn6|November 1, 2020|Fortune
Scroll along the top navigation bar until you reach the Apps screen, then scroll through the categories or run a search for a particular app.Seven pro tips for the new Chromecast with Google TV|David Nield|October 29, 2020|Popular-Science
No recommended navigational route through the airline terminal.LAX: Chaotic Scene Greets Arriving Passengers After Shooting Attack|Marlow Stern|November 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His navigational skill coupled with help from the seas and the direction of the wind that night saved over 4,000 lives.Costa Concordia’s Captain’s Culpability in Crash and Deaths Weighed by Judge|Barbie Latza Nadeau|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I have no idea how Justin accomplished that navigational marvel.
During World War II, aviation technology grew faster than navigational instruments could keep up.
The five wrecks show that navigational difficulties are increased in war-time.The Story of Our Submarines|John Graham Bower
Safe passage across the seas, especially from the navigational point of view, provided much food for thought.
If only they would continue to illuminate the atmosphere our navigational difficulties would be enormously reduced.
(e) Masters were cautioned to hug the coast, as far as navigational facilities admitted, when making coastal passages.The Crisis of the Naval War|John Rushworth Jellicoe
She seemed to show more interest in the radar screen, the navigational equipment, and the communications system.A Fine Fix|R. C. Noll