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Navigation information is an essential element for the functioning of robotic platforms and intelligent transportation systems. Among the existing technologies, Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) have established as the cornerstone for outdoor navigation, allowing for all-weather, all-time positioning and timing at a worldwide scale. GNSS is the generic term for referring to a constellation of satellites which transmit radio signals used primarily for ranging information. Therefore, the successful operation and deployment of prospective autonomous systems is subject to our capabilities to support GNSS in the provision of robust and precise navigational estimates. GNSS signals enable two types of ranging observations: --code pseudorange, which is a measure of the time difference between the signal's emission and ... toggle 8 keywords

GNSS navigation positioning attitude CRB mixed estimation robust estimation robust filtering


Daniel Medina
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
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May 3, 2022

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