AN OVERVIEW OF A GENERIC MULTI-SENSOR INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEM DESIGN

Authors
  1. Liang, D.F.
Corporate Authors
Chief of Research and Development, Ottawa ONT (CAN) Director of Research and Development Communications and Space
Abstract
Modern avionics systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated as the demands for better mission performance and higher reliability continue to escalate. Many of the missions must be carried out at ultra-low altitude under all weather and visibility conditions. The increased range, speed and accuracy of modern weapon systems, impose stringent accuracy and reliability requiremants upon the aircraft navigation system. To enhance mission success in a hostile environment, the pilot amongst other things needs to operate weapon systems, target acquisition and designation systems, radar detection, night vision systems and perhaps engage in air-to-air combat. This paper describes the application of Kalman filtering technology to the design and development of a multi-sensor Generic Integrated Navigation System (GINS).
Date of publication
01 Jun 1993
Number of Pages
22
DSTKIM No
93-01876
CANDIS No
129476
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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