Once again I am privileged to work with Ohio University Prof. Frank vanGraas, in presenting tutorial sessions at the Institute of Navigation’s GNSS-19 conference. In 2019, as in several consecutive previous years, two sessions will cover integrated navigation with Kalman filtering. Descriptions of the part 1 session and part 2 session are now available online.
By way of background: The first session is introductory. Each attendee will be given a book with a development aimed at those learning inertial navigation and/or Kalman filtering for the first time. Prior to the course, my free-to-ION-members online tutorial is recommended. Also my three-part matrix tutorial video will be made freely available to attendees.
Prof. vanGraas sponsored, and provided the flight data that enabled, the successful validation of 1-cm/sec RMS velocity vector accuracy obtained from 1-second sequential changes in carrier phase. Those results for almost an hour in air are provided, with the algorithms used to obtain them, in a more recent book that is given to those attending the second session. Importance of this material has increased further with ongoing Standards Development described in my recent presentation to the National Advisory Board for satnav.