It is difficult to quantify just how many people actually walk around a city without a smartphone or GPS device.
However, one of the fastest-growing industries in the world is GPS navigation.
With more than 100 million people using GPS-equipped devices, it’s no wonder that a new report has found that many of them don’t have them.
One of the biggest obstacles to the adoption of a smartphone navigation system is the cost.
The estimated cost of a GPS-enabled smartphone in the United States is $1,000 or more.
So, how much would a GPS navigation system cost in the U.S.?
The American Association of Retired Persons estimates that an individual would have to spend around $300 per month to use the most basic of navigation systems, such as the Navigon GPS.
While that may seem high, the average person spends around $5 a month on their smartphone navigation systems.
The same article also found that a smartphone could cost $250 to $500 per month.
The average cost of the most commonly used GPS navigation devices is around $20 per month, according to a study published in January 2016.
The costs of a phone that is equipped with GPS are not the only reason for the lack of a universal smartphone navigation solution.
Many countries also lack the infrastructure and legal protections that a device like the Naviga is designed to provide.
According to a 2016 report from the International Institute for Strategic Studies, there are more than 4.4 million GPS-based vehicles in the global fleet, with an estimated 7.4 billion GPS devices on the roads.
The number of people in the developing world without reliable GPS navigation is estimated at 10 million.
As the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Convention on Coastal Navigation and Protection continue to expand and develop, the future of navigation technology in the future will be even more uncertain.
The International Institute of Navigation, the international organization that works to advance the use of GPS technology in all countries, estimates that the number of navigation devices on global roads is expected to reach 2.2 billion by 2030.
With the development of navigation technologies, it seems the days of being able to just grab a smartphone and navigate a city in one go may soon be over.