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A fairy tale approach to cooperative vehicle positioning (2014)
Conference Proceeding
Stephenson, S., Meng, X., Moore, T., Baxendale, A., & Edwards, T. (2014). A fairy tale approach to cooperative vehicle positioning

This paper outlines an innovative approach to the cooper-ative positioning of road vehicles by sharing GNSS informa-tion. Much like the children’s fairy tale Hanzel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm, GNSS receivers on road vehicles generate detailed V... Read More about A fairy tale approach to cooperative vehicle positioning.

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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