Why there is continued interest in navigation system design? Navigation systems are designed to take sensor inputs like: * Accelerometers * Gyroscopes * Magnetometers * GNSS receivers * Barometric altimeters * Wheel encoders * Cameras * Information from the operator * Others... and provide regularly estimates of vehicle state
Hamid is Principal Navigation Engineer at Organic Navigation and has expertise in sensor fusion, navigation systems, and custom engineering software tools.
Can Money Solve Navigation Woes?
> Can I simply buy a working solution and drop it into my application? I used to believe if you had enough budget, the answer to this question would be a resounding YES. But now, I'm leaning further towards maybe. It
GPS or GNSS Receivers - What can they measure?
The world of GPS or GNSS receivers [https://organicnavigation.com/gps-or-gnss-pick-a-name/] is complex and can lead to misconceptions. Hence, this brief discussion about what information they can provide. Measurements Three pieces of information are output by virtually all receivers: 1.
Truth System - What Really Happened?
The design of autonomous systems involves a chain of design iterations. There is a continuum of work from pure simulation to real-time outdoor testing. In order to evaluate the system under design or testing, it is either required or helpful
GPS or GNSS - Pick a name
"We used a GPS receiver..." "We used a GNSS receiver..." Writing or presenting about a topic that includes navigation systems inevitably leads to the question of names. A growing number of receivers are multi-constellation, meaning they can take advantage of