ALGORITHMIC SUPPORT OF THE VISUAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM

V. M. Sineglazov, V. S. Ischenko

Abstract


Article discusses the implementation of software architecture and algorithmic support for a visual navigation system on-board computer, which imposes restrictions on computing power in the implementation. Partitioning algorithms by logic is proposed, thus logic splitting by layers and can be processed separately on different hardwares. Also in this papper overview of obtaining gps coordinates from pixel shifting is presented. Simple runtime processes and diagnostic operational visual navigation system module is given.


Keywords


Visual navigation system; convolutional neural network; computer vision; local features of the image; detectors; descriptors of local features; layers of software architecture; operating system processes; satellite navigation system; inertial navigation s

References


V. A. Rogoshyn, V. M. Sineglazov and N. K. Filyashkin, Flight Navigation Complexes of Aircrafts. Kyiv, NAU, 2004, 238 p. (in Ukrainian).

Flight controller Pixhawk http://pixhawk.org

Paul D. Groves, Principles of GNSS, Inertial, and Multisensor Integrated Navigation Systems. Second Edition (Artech House Remote Sensing Library) 2nd Edition, 2008, 503 p.


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