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Enhanced Accuracy INS/GPS System Utilizing Low-Cost Sensors and Geophysical Models

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Cybernet's INS/GPS system in action

PROJECT MISSION

In this effort Cybernet developed a system that uses inexpensive MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, and vehicle wheel sensors coupled with high fidelity models of the earth's gravity and magnetic fields. Using low-cost, high performance digital signal processors (DSPs), sophisticated mathematical filters can produce high fidelity position and heading information. The use of these passive sensors is key to providing POS/NAV solutions in cases where GPS signals are unavailable due to satellite signal availability problems, enemy jamming conditions, and obstacles such as buildings common in "urban canyon" environments.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

MEMS Inertial Navigation systems design.

PROJECT STATUS

Completed for U.S. Army TEC.

The system developed in this program is commercially available - please contact us for more information.

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