Getting Along

Grejner-Brzezinska, Dorota A.; Markial, J. N.; Toth, Charles K.; Zaydak, Andrew
November 2012
GPS World;Nov2012, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p43
Trade Publication
The article describes a system under development for collaborative navigation in transitional environments, in which global positioning system (GPS) alone is insufficient for continuous and accurate navigation. It relates that the development of this system uses multiple detectors and communication technologies. It states that this prototype system involves a land-based deployment vehicle and human operator to examine the viability and performance attributes of such collaborative navigation.


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