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Inertial navigation-past, present, and future

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1 Author(s)
A. D. King ; GEC-Marconi Navigation & Electro-Opt. Syst. Div., Edinburgh, UK

The author describes the principles of inertial navigation (IN) at a level needed to understand the significance of the current and future trends. IN is simply a form of `dead reckoning'. A `gimballed platform' which can measure an aircraft's position, velocity, acceleration, attitude, and heading is examined

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Airborne Navigation Systems Workshop (Digest No. 1997/169), IEE Colloquium on

Date of Conference:

21 Feb 1997