Image Credits: The Express Tribune BeiDou Navigation System Will Replace GPS Nabahat Shanza April 09, 2019 Space Science 552 0 Chinese BeiDou satellite route framework will decrease the Pakistan military’s reliance on the US-claimed Global Positioning System (GPS). After the framework is anticipated to accomplish overall inclusion in 2020, the dependence on GPS will diminish. Subsequently, GPS in Pakistan will be supplanted with China’s BeiDou Navigation System. This is essentially the substance of the dialog between ex-military authorities and telecom specialists. BeiDou is the world’s fourth driving space-based route framework. The other three are US's GPS, Russia's GLONASS and the European Union's Galileo. The specialists express that the satellite-based framework has a fundamental impact in the contemporary world, above all amid wartime. The reports express that amid the Kargil war in 1999 when Pakistani troops took the position the principal thing that the Indian military grabbed hold of was the GPS information of the area. The US-kept up route framework denied access to India. BeiDou by China approaches 30 countries that incorporate Pakistan, Egypt, and Indonesia. In 2019 and 2020 it will send the six third-age BeiDou satellites into slanted geosynchronous satellite circles, medium Earth circles, and geostationary circles. China Economic and Security Review Commission report expressed that BeiDou satellite route framework will accomplish overall inclusion by 2020. It will utilize 35 satellites to give position correctnesses of under ten meters. China has attempted to handle its own satellite route framework so as to address its own national security Requirments by controlling the reliance on GPS, building up a business downstream satellite route showcase, and accomplishing nearby and universal renown by creating one of the main 4 such worldwide route frameworks.