Posts Tagged "IVNS"

The integrated in-vehicle navigation system (IVNS) is becoming an increasingly popular feature in many automotive applications, ranging from relatively straightforward driver information systems right through to sophisticated tracking and fleet management systems. Such systems, which combine a GNSS receiver with one or more dead reckoning (DR) sensors, provide superior positional accuracy over GNSS alone, and are particularly useful in areas prone to signal obscuration or complex multipath effec...

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GPS specifically, and GNSS more generally, works fantastically well in its native mode of operation with an open view of the sky. High vehicle speeds, even in an aircraft manoeuvring at several times the speed of sound, are well within the capabilities of the GPS system. To use more specific language, the accuracy and continuity of positioning information is very high in open sky conditions. Back down to earth, a person walking with their GPS on the edge of the street in a typical town or c...

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