Jacques Georgy

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To have a continuous navigation solution that does not suffer from interruption, GPS is integrated with relative positioning techniques such as odometry and inertial navigation. Targeting a low-cost navigation solution for land vehicles, this paper uses a reduced multisensor system consisting of one microelectromechanical-system (MEMS)-based single-axis(More)
An unprecedented surge of developments in mobile robot outdoor navigation was witnessed after the US government removed selective availability of the global positioning system (GPS). However, in certain situations GPS becomes unreliable or unavailable due to obstructions such as buildings and trees. During GPS outages, a positioning solution with a minimum(More)
Eric North1, Jacques Georgy2, Umar Iqbal3, Mohammed Tarbochi4 and Aboelmagd Noureldin5 1Canadian Forces Aerospace and Telecommunications Engineering Support Squadron 2Trusted Positioning Inc. 3Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Queen’s University 4Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Royal Military College 5Electrical and Computer(More)
Navigation algorithms integrating measurements from multi-sensor systems overcome the problems that arise from using GPS navigation systems in standalone mode. Algorithms which integrate the data from 2D low-cost reduced inertial sensor system (RISS), consisting of a gyroscope and an odometer or wheel encoders, along with a GPS receiver via a Kalman filter(More)
Satellite navigation systems such as the global positioning system (GPS) are currently the most common technique used for land vehicle positioning. However, in GPS-denied environments, there is an interruption in the positioning information. Low-cost micro-electro mechanical system (MEMS)-based inertial sensors can be integrated with GPS and enhance the(More)