The book being described here has an errata and also offers Matlab files presented within.  An archived file provides a program used for unaided inertial coast, with further details presented in a manuscript .

Some years after that book was published, a successful flight test extended
the precision velocity in navigation by validating it for tracking — a key
issue in an SAE International research report.  The sponsor of the flight test for that tracking validation then became my coauthor for a section in the new re-edited book on satellite navigation whose primary editor is Institute-of-Navigation President Jade Morton, joined by co-editors including Father-of-GPS Brad Parkinson.

Previous activities that may be of interest include
* Satellite/inertial tutorials co-taught at Institute-of-Navigation’s annual
Satellite Division conference for ten years (until interrupted by Covid)
* recent plus several earlier blogs on my website and all links within them
* Access to individual satellite measurements will become a requirement for
SAE compliance
* my most recent presentation to the National Advisory Board for satnav (PNT)
* A June 2015 presentation to that same Board for satnav (PNT)
* Initial response to drone spoofing event
* Response to a former Defense Secretary’s “I hate GPS” assertion —
* Pages 14-15 of a newsletter coinciding with Android’s decision described on pages 1 and 7 of that same issue
* additional background commending that decision by Google
* detailed discussion of individual satellite measurements for collision avoidance
* aspects of Kalman filtering that are not always recognized
* shape state methods for 3-D imaging and early warning
* air-to-air tracking in a stable reference frame
* an illustration that insight is as important as math in complex analysis