Analysis of Real Time Results from DIINS' 1995 Sea Trials

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Authors
  1. Arden, D.A.G.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN);Dale Arden Consulting, Kanata ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The Dual Inertial Integrated Navigation System (DIINS) is a Kalman filter based, multi-sensor, optimally integrated navigation system developed at the Defence Research Establishment Ottawa. DIINS has been designed to provide a single source of navigation information to other ship board systems with minimum data latency to improve navigation reliability and accuracy, and to provide automatic sensor failure detection. This report describes the DIINS sea trials which covered the time period from May 2, 1995 to May 15, 1995. Onboard the ship for these trials were two MK-29 MOD 3 INS's built by Sperry Marine Inc., a Trimble Navigation P(Y) code military GPS system operated by the University of Calgary. This sensor acted as the position reference system and was used as a DIINS aiding sensor in port-mission tests. This report begins with a description of all the navigation sensors involved in the trial. This is followed by a description of the real-time DIINS filter results. The report concludes with an analysis of the real-time FDIR results.
Keywords
Real time operations;DIINS (Dual Inertial Integrated Navigation System)
Report Number
DREO-CR-1999-116 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Aug 1997
Number of Pages
125
DSTKIM No
CA000269
CANDIS No
512201
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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