Browsing by Subject "Navigation"

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  • Kersten, Tobias; Ren, Le; Schön, Steffen (Noordwijk, The Netherlands : Esa ESTEC, 2018)
    Efficient and economic guidance of inland vessels relies on a continuous, available, reliable and precise GNSS navigation solution. Hence, below other side effects, this is especially critical when passing beneath bridges ...
  • Kersten, Tobias; Ren, Le; Schön, Steffen (Noordwijk, The Netherlands : ESA/ESTEC, 2018-12-06)
    Efficient and economic guidance of inland vessels relies on a continuous, available, reliable and precise GNSS navigation solution. Hence, below other side effects, this is especially critical when passing beneath bridges ...
  • Kersten, Tobias; Ren, Le; Schön, Steffen (Bonn : DGON, 2018)
    This paper describes a concept to obtain a continuous navigation and position solution of inland vessels based on a multi-GNSS antenna system. Also known as, “Virtual Receiver” we utilize this approach as an alternative ...
  • Kersten, Tobias; Ren, Le; Schön, Steffen (Bonn : DGON, 2018-11-15)
    This paper describes a concept to obtain a continuous navigation and position solution of inland vessels based on a multi-GNSS antenna system. Also known as, “Virtual Receiver” we utilize this approach as an alternative ...
  • Brenner, Claus; Hofmann, Sabine (Göttingen : Copernicus GmbH, 2010)
    In the future, vehicles will gather more and more spatial information about their environment, using on-board sensors such as cameras and laser scanners. Using this data, e.g. for localization, requires highly accurate ...
  • Schön, Steffen; Brenner, Claus; Alkhatib, Hamza; Coenen, Max; Dbouk, Hani; Garcia-Fernandez, Nicolas; Fischer, Colin; Heipke, Christian; Lohmann, Katja; Neumann, Ingo; Nguyen, Uyen; Paffenholz, Jens-André; Peters, Torben; Rottensteiner, Franz; Schachtschneider, Julia; Sester, Monika; Sun, Ligang; Vogel, Sören; Voges, Raphael; Wagner, Bernardo (Basel : MDPI AG, 2018)
    Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) deliver absolute position and velocity, as well as time information (P, V, T). However, in urban areas, the GNSS navigation performance is restricted due to signal obstructions ...
  • Hofmann, Sabine; Schulze, Malte Jan; Sester, Monika; Brenner, Claus (Göttingen : Copernicus GmbH, 2011)
    Driving autonomously requires highly accurate positioning. Therefore, alternative positioning systems to GPS are required especially to increase the accuracy, and to have a complementary data source in areas where GPS is ...
  • Jain, Ankit; Schön, Steffen (Stuttgart : Frontiers of Geodetic Science, 2019-09-17)
    GNSS based positioning and navigation always require perfect synchronization between the receiver and satellites clock. Further, due to the limited frequency stability of the GNSS receiver’s internal oscillator, an additional ...