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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 microelectro-mechanical-system (MEMS)-based single-axis(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)