The micro-satellite navigation system can be used for navigation on the ground, as well as for more advanced navigation and search.
It’s a powerful tool for getting around the world, but it has a long way to go before it’s ready for prime time.
But that doesn’t mean it’s dead.
Amazon announced it’s working on a new version of the product to replace the micro-sat, and it’s expected to launch in the second half of 2020.
The new product is called the Precision Satellite Navigation System, or PSNS, and while it doesn’t have a name yet, it sounds like it’s the successor to the current PSNS.
The PSNS is currently shipping to Amazon customers and will be available in three different sizes.
The PSNS will be able to map the Earth’s magnetic field and track satellites.
It will also have a camera on board to help you find the satellites that have dropped their antennas and are no longer transmitting.
It also has a digital compass and GPS receiver.
The GPS will also be able, at least initially, to track satellites that aren’t in the GPS band.
The sensor is also capable of identifying satellites that are in the magnetic field of another satellite and will send a signal to that satellite to tell it to orient itself.
Amazon says the PSNS can be activated with an API and will connect to satellites that support GPS.
The company has been working on developing a new GPS receiver and sensor for the PSns for quite some time, but the PSN2 is the first new GPS system Amazon has ever launched.
The company says that the PSNT2 has a GPS receiver that can detect up to 20 satellites simultaneously and has a 3-axis gyroscope to ensure the system’s position is consistent across the globe.
While Amazon is planning to launch the PSNs with the new GPS, the company isn’t going to announce when the PSNNS will be ready for release.