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Understanding the performance of zero velocity updates in MEMS-based pedestrian navigation (2014)
Journal Article
Abdulrahim, K., Moore, T., Hide, C., & Hill, C. (2014). Understanding the performance of zero velocity updates in MEMS-based pedestrian navigation

Zero Velocity Update (ZUPT) is an important update to aid an autonomous inertial pedestrian navigation. The objectives of this paper are to briefly revisit the concept of ZUPT and its importance, testing it on real walking pedestrian and comparing it... Read More about Understanding the performance of zero velocity updates in MEMS-based pedestrian navigation.

Increased error observability of an inertial pedestrian navigation system by rotating IMU (2014)
Journal Article
Abdulrahim, K., Hide, C., Moore, T., & Hill, C. (2014). Increased error observability of an inertial pedestrian navigation system by rotating IMU. Journal of Engineering and Technological Sciences, 46(2), doi:10.5614/j.eng.technol.sci.2014.46.2.7

Indoor pedestrian navigation suffers from the unavailability of useful GNSS signals for navigation. Often a low-cost non-GNSS inertial sensor is used to navigate indoors. However, using only a low-cost inertial sensor for the system degrades its perf... Read More about Increased error observability of an inertial pedestrian navigation system by rotating IMU.

Rotating a mens inertial measurement unit for a foot-mounted pedestrian navigation (2014)
Journal Article
Abdulrahim, K., Hide, C., Moore, T., & Hill, C. (2014). Rotating a mens inertial measurement unit for a foot-mounted pedestrian navigation. Journal of Computer Science, 10(12), https://doi.org/10.3844/jcssp.2014.2619.2627

Pedestrian navigation especially indoors suffers from the unavailability of useful GNSS signals for positioning. Alternatively, a low-cost Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) positioning system that does not depend on the GNSS signal can be used for indo... Read More about Rotating a mens inertial measurement unit for a foot-mounted pedestrian navigation.


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