New Developments of Inertial Navigation Systems at Applanix

  title={New Developments of Inertial Navigation Systems at Applanix},
  author={J. David Hutton and Tatyana Bourke and Bruno M. Scherzinger and Mohamed M. Mostafa},
GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation for Direct Georeferencing of aerial imagery and other sensors such as LIDAR is a well accepted technology that has been in use since the mid 1990’s. Position accuracies of 10 cm RMS horizontal and 15 cm RMS vertical are routinely achieved using post-processed kinematic ambiguity resolution (KAR) differential GNSS along with specific operational restrictions that are necessary due to the nature of the airborne environment. These include: flying turns of less than… CONTINUE READING


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