MOSCOW, September 30. / TASS /. India will place on the territory of the Russian Federation ground stations of its navigation systems, giving Russia the opportunity to link the GLONASS system on its territory. This is stated in the annual report of Roscosmos.
“Leading work on the mutual parity placement of ground stations for the collection of measurements of the Russian global navigation satellite system GLONASS and the Indian regional navigation system of the satellite system NavIC on the territory of the Republic of India and the Russian Federation, respectively, as well as on the mutual parity placement of ground data collection of measurements of the GLONASS system and the Chinese Beidou on the territory of “the PRC and the Russian Federation, respectively,” the document says.
NavIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation) is the regional navigation satellite system of India. Developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (Indian Space Research Organization). The project was approved by the Government of India in May 2006. The standard constellation of the navigation system is seven satellites: three are in geostationary orbit, four in geosynchronous. The accuracy of determining coordinates in India for civilian consumers is up to 10 m.