Micro air vehicle based navigation aiding in degraded environments

Abstract

Under scenarios of poor satellite visibility such as urban canyons and dense forest canopies, GNSS may be unavailable to dismounts. Portable dead reckoning approaches such as pedometry or inertial navigation drift without bound, and have no inherent automatic ability to correct the accumulated error in the absence of GNSS. We describe an approach for… (More)

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@article{Sharp2016MicroAV, title={Micro air vehicle based navigation aiding in degraded environments}, author={David F. Sharp and Craig W. Stoneking and Kingsley Fregene}, journal={2016 IEEE/ION Position, Location and Navigation Symposium (PLANS)}, year={2016}, pages={305-312} }