Improved orientation estimation in complex environments using low-cost inertial sensors

@article{Johnson2011ImprovedOE,
  title={Improved orientation estimation in complex environments using low-cost inertial sensors},
  author={Mark E. Johnson and Thuraiappah Sathyan},
  journal={14th International Conference on Information Fusion},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-8}
}
Localization in outdoor environments is widespread, providing improved functionality and benefits for many applications. Extending this ability to in-building environments is a critical prerequisite for many location aware services. Low cost inertial sensors have the potential to improve the performance of new and existing localization systems. A challenging problem in inertial navigation is the accurate tracking of orientation. In this paper we propose a new orientation tracking algorithm that… CONTINUE READING

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