Kinematic Positioning with an Integrated GPS / Pseudolite / INS

@inproceedings{Lee2001KinematicPW,
  title={Kinematic Positioning with an Integrated GPS / Pseudolite / INS},
  author={Hung Kyu Lee and Jinling Wang and Chris Rizos},
  year={2001}
}
Although existing integrated GPS/INS systems can overcome inherent drawbacks of each system, such as no result without line-of-sight for GPS and INS errors that grow with time, performance is nevertheless degraded in difficult operational circumstances. Some typical examples are when the duration of satellite signal blockage is excessive, resulting in large accumulated INS errors that are not able to be calibrated by GPS. Such a scenario is unfortunately a common occurrence at engineering… CONTINUE READING

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