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Monday, November 14, 2016 - Friday, November 18, 2016

556-1605 Inertial Systems, Kalman Filtering and GNSS-INS Integration
All Day Event

Description (Complete Course Details)

This 4.5 day course on aided navigation will thoroughly immerse the student in the fundamental concepts and practical implementations of the various types of Kalman filters that optimally fuse GPS receiver measurements with a strapdown inertial navigation solution. The course includes the fundamentals of inertial navigation, inertial instrument technologies, technology surveys and trends, integration architectures, practical Kalman filter design techniques, case studies, and illustrative demonstrations using MATLAB®.
Note that he morning of Day 1 is a review of concepts and mathematical principles associated with this course and may be skipped by those who already have a sufficient mastery of the concepts and do not need the review. See registration form for price adjustment. 

Click here for an overview of the week and link to the registration form and hotel accommodations.

  • Familiarity with principles of engineering analysis, including matrix algebra and linear systems.
  • A basic understanding of probability, random variables, and stochastic processes.
  • An understanding of GPS operational principles in Course 356 or 346, or equivalent experience.
Who Should Attend?
  • GPS/GNSS professionals who are engineers, scientists, systems analysts, program specialists and others concerned with the integration of inertial sensors and systems.
  • Those needing a working knowledge of Kalman filtering, or those who work in the fields of either navigation or target tracking.

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