A Tale of Two Unknowns Sensors are used to measure information that are not readily available or known. So after picking a new sensor for this task, you now have two unknowns: 1. an unfamiliar sensor 2. for measuring an
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
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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.
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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
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"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