GPS Align In Motion of civilian strapdown INS

@article{Weed2004GPSAI,
  title={GPS Align In Motion of civilian strapdown INS},
  author={D. Weed and J. Broderick and J. Love and T. Ryno},
  journal={PLANS 2004. Position Location and Navigation Symposium (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37556)},
  year={2004},
  pages={184-192}
}
  • D. Weed, J. Broderick, +1 author T. Ryno
  • Published 2004
  • Engineering
  • PLANS 2004. Position Location and Navigation Symposium (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37556)
  • Strapdown inertial navigation systems require an initialization process that establishes the relationship between the aircraft body frame and the local geographic reference. This process, called alignment, generally requires the device to remain stationary for some period of time in order to establish this initial state. This paper describes an alignment process where the initialization occurs while the device is moving. This is possible because an accurate determination of the aircraft motion… CONTINUE READING
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