Peculiarities of future air navigation system based on inertial navigation systems/global positioning system

V. M. Sineglazov, F. M. Zakharin

Abstract


Using an inertial navigation system and Global Positioning System together is preferable to using any of them separately. Derived benefits depend on the level of combining information. Inertial navigation systems/Global Positioning System integration architectures are defined as separate, loosely and tightly coupled, deeply integrated configurations

Keywords


inertial navigation systems; Global Positioning System; integration

References


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