The main objective of the LOGAM project is the design and development of an ultra low-cost attitude determination and navigation system based primarily on non dedicated mass market GNSS receivers and antennas and aided by MEMS inertial sensors. Accuracy at low cost is needed in various real-time applications such as vehicle tracking, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), etc… Making use of the complementary characteristics of GNSS and INS derived measurements GNSS/INS integrated approach yield navigation solutions with improved performance. However to open the way for its widespread use the embedded applications require not only accurate position and attitude information, but also strictly real time abilities, such as system efficiency, reliability and feasibility as well as the size, consumption and cost.
At the end of the project our aim is to produce a functional prototype capable of demonstrating the targeted system characteristics fitting with a great number of present and future applications
Fields of science
- engineering and technologyelectrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineeringelectronic engineeringroboticsautonomous robotsdrones
- social sciencessocial and economic geographytransportnavigation systemssatellite navigation systemglobal navigation satellite system
- social sciencessocial and economic geographytransportnavigation systemsinertial navigation system
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