After a month of in-orbit testing, BeiDou's last satellite passed all tests, according to CCTV.
The report said that a test was completed at the Capital International Airport on July 13. The results showed that the BeiDou was used to locate the plane during flight, and that the BeiDou tracking and monitoring terminal and other on-board electronic equipment could operate normally at the same time.
Since most of China's civil aviation aircraft come from Europe and the United States, there are a number of technical incompatibilities with the BeiDou positioning and tracking devices in the Chinese civil aviation sector. But through the efforts of researchers, these problems are slowly being solved, the report said.
According to a regulatory document, by the end of 2023, all civil aviation transport aircraft will have BeiDou-based positioning and tracking capabilities, CCTV said.
In addition, the report said that Myanmar's Ministry of Fisheries has purchased 1,000 BeiDou shipboard terminals in 2019. In addition to basic navigation functions, they are most satisfied with the vessel position information and tracking services.
Globally, 137 countries have already signed cooperation agreements with BeiDou satellite navigation systems.
According to the report, after 30 years of efforts, the core components of BeiDou 1 to BeiDou 3 have been 100 percent made in China.