Inertial navigation

Xem 1-7 trên 7 kết quả Inertial navigation
  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Advanced Integration of WiFi and Inertial Navigation Systems for Indoor Mobile Positioning

    pdf11p dauphong20 10-03-2012 26 4   Download

  • Ground vehicles can navigate using signals from external navigation systems such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) (Figure 1.1), or by using signals from internal devices such as a compass, an odometer, a gyroscope, an accelerometer, or a full-blown inertial navigation system (INS). In practice, the most reliable and accurate navigation is obtained by combining data from all available sources, including static databases such as a digitized map. This chapter will discuss many of these sources of navigation data, and methods for combining them....

    pdf285p aries23 29-09-2012 40 13   Download

  • Gyroscopic precession is a key factor involved in the concept of operation for the north-seeking gyrocompass, as will be discussed later. Friction in the support bearings, external influences, and small imbalances inherent in the construction of the rotor cause even the best mechanical gyros to drift with time. Typical systems employed in inertial navigation packages by the commercial airline industry may drift about 0.1 during a 6-hour flight [Martin, 1986]. 2.1.

    pdf20p longtuyenthon 27-01-2010 77 25   Download

  • This book is about GPS and INS and their integration. An inertial navigation unit can be used anywhere on the globe, but it must be updated within hours of use by independent navigation sources such as GPS or celestial navigation. Thousands of self-contained INS units are in continuous use on military vehicles, and an increasing number are being used in civilian applications. 2.1.1 Systems Other Than GPS

    pdf21p doroxon 16-08-2010 58 22   Download

  • The history of flight control is inseparably linked to the history of aviation itself. Since the early days, the concept of automatic flight control systems has evolved from mechanical control systems to highly advanced automatic fly-by-wire flight control systems which can be found nowadays in military jets and civil airliners. Even today, many research efforts are made for the further development of these flight control systems in various aspects.

    pdf214p cucdai_1 16-10-2012 83 20   Download

  • History of Inertial Navigation Inertial navigation has had a relatively short but intense history of development, much of it during the half-century of the Cold War, with contributions from thousands of engineers and scientists.

    pdf48p doroxon 16-08-2010 49 16   Download

  • The demand of vehicle navigation and guidance has been urgent for many years. The idea of integrating multisensor navigation systems was implemented. The most efficient multisensor configuration is the system integrating an inertial navigation system (INS) consisting of MEMS based micro sensors and a global positioning system (GPS). In such system, the GPS is used for providing position and velocity whereas the INS for providing orientation. The estimation of the system errors is performed by a Kalman...

    pdf9p tuanlocmuido 19-12-2012 19 3   Download


Đồng bộ tài khoản