• Corpus ID: 60135893

INS and GPS integration

  title={INS and GPS integration},
  author={Casper Ebbesen Schultz},
Low-Cost INS/GPS Data Fusion with Extended Kalman Filter for Airborne Applications
II Acknowledgements I would like to express my gratitude to my supervisor Prof. Fernando Duarte Nunes for his continuous support, advice, proposed ideas and constructive suggestions during the
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Wyznaczenie kursu bezzałogowego statku powietrznego na podstawie danych GPS i INS
The preliminary results of determine the course angle based on the same GPS data and identifies the difference of course using GPS and INS data are found to be 0,21° with a standard deviation of 6,12°.