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Description: stability theory for nonlinear control design; derivation of optimal control strategies via Pontryagin's maximum principle; and derivation of a local coordinate system. In navigation, the global positioning system (GPS) is described in detail, as are inertial navigation systems (INS), which are treatedShow More
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Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets > Review of Options for Autonomous Cislunar Navigation
C. Sources of Autonomous Inertial Navigation Updates .
Bose-Einstein interferometry and its applications to precision undersea navigation
Current autonomous inertial navigation systems (INS) which are platform based or strapdown, , consist of accelerometers and gyros with the aid of Earth gravity maps and/or gradiometers, , , where each INS design could be application dependent.
Interpretation of acceleration measurements in inertial navigation
Abstract—It is shown that, when the absolute and apparent accelerations are measured simultaneously, the problem of autonomous inertial navigation is reduced to the solvable inverse problem.
Optical Navigation for a Spacecraft in a Planetary
The approaches presented towards the right half of Fig. 1.1 repre- sent solutions that would allow for autonomous inertial navigation updates.
Advances in Estimation, Navigation, and Spacecraft Control
This paper describes a loosely coupled approach for the improvement of state estimation in autonomous inertial navigation , using image-based rela- tive motion estimation for augmentation.
Algorithm for integrated inertial-satellite navigation systems
INTRODUCTION The autonomous inertial navigation systems (INSs) often fail to determine the navigation parameters of mobile objects with desired accuracy; therefore, the desired qualitative characteristics are achieved by integrating various navigation systems (NSs).
Identification of the state of a moving object by observation of geophysical fields
Usually, information about the object trajectory is given by the autonomous inertial navigation system.
A deep-sea drilling rig MEMS gyroscope random drift error correction method
In the field of marine technology, the use of autonomous inertial navigation system, real-time measurement of the current 3D pose of the carrier, is the main direction of the present study.
The Mind of an Engineer
This was mostly to have an autonomous inertial navigation system complete with its own computer.
Distributed integrated navigation systems for planetary defense against asteroids
St. Petersburg International Conference on Inte- grated Navigation Systems has traditionally been focused on “localized” integrated navigation systems (intended for a single object) that include a set of nav- igation equipment: autonomous inertial navigation systems (INS), GNSS receivers, star trackers, systems to…
Gyroscopic behavior exhibited by the optical Kerr effect in bimetallic Au–Pt nanoparticles suspended in ethanol
(2015) Precise laser gyroscope for autonomous inertial navigation .
Integrated Design for Space Transportation System
Development of inertial grade sensors viz. gyros and accelerometers revolutionized the autonomous inertial navigation systems which were used increasingly for military, ships and civil aviation.
Handbook of Signal Processing Systems
Typically, the required performance for a navigation-grade system can be that the position error must not increase by more than one nautical mile (1.85 km) after one hour of autonomous inertial navigation .
Integrated inertial-satellite navigation system corrected with observations of a single star
Autonomous inertial navigation systems (INS) are intended for determining the position and spatial orientation of moving objects, but the instability of these systems inhibits their widespread use .
Aerobasics — An introduction to aeronautics
To counter this possibility, combat airplanes use a fully autonomous inertial navigation sys- tem (INS) which was originally developed for use in sub- marines.