Who created the GPS system?

Answer Originally built for the military and run on 24 satellites, the Global Positioning System (GPS) was created by the U.S. Department of Defense.Source:GPS History Explaing

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Where was the metric system created?

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Who created the domain name system?

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Who created the grid system?

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