Technalytics
presents
An intensive 4 day 40 hour course on
GPS/INS MULTISENSOR KALMAN FILTER NAVIGATION
instructed by
DR. SAM C. BOSE

DATES & LOCATIONS
CITADINES APARTHOTEL, Paris, France
SUNDESTIN RESORT, Destin, Florida, USA
Please e-mail us at course@technalytics.com for dates of future courses.

4 DAYS 10 HOURS PER DAY
8 am 5 pm: 32 Lectures each 55 min, 1 hr lunch, two 20 min breaks
5 6 pm: Computer demo using GPS/INS/multisensor/Kalman software
6 7 pm: Instructor available to answer questions on individual basis
Lecture notes of over 600 pages available only to attendees contain

GLOBAL POSITIONING(GPS) & INERTIAL NAVIGATION(INS)
SENSORS, SYSTEMS, MECHANIZATIONS, ERROR MODELS
KALMAN FILTERING, MULTISENSOR INTEGRATION
SENSOR AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND TESTING
with
UNIFIED SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
BETWEEN GIMBALLED AND STRAPDOWN SYSTEMS,
CLASSICAL FEEDBACK, LEAST SQUARES AND KALMAN
including
PRECISION MULTISENSOR NAVIGATORS TO LOW COST AHRS
GIMBALLED & STRAPDOWN LEVELING & GYROCOMPASSING
INFLIGHT,TRANSFER,WIDE ANGLE ALIGNMENT METHODS
CLASSICAL & KALMAN BARO/INERTIAL STABILIZATION
CLASSICAL & KALMAN DOPPLER/INS AUGMENTATION
GPS LEAST SQUARES AND STAND ALONE KALMAN
GPS RECEIVER, CLOCK/BARO AIDS, INTEGRITY
CARRIER PHASE FILTERED PSEUDORANGE
LOOSE, TIGHT, DEEP COUPLED GPS/INS
MULTISENSOR AIDED GPS/INS
GPS/INS FAULTISOLATION
Download Printable GPS/INS Course Description (PDF)

COURSE OUTLINE & DAILY SCHEDULE
Day
Morning 8 - 12
Afternoon 1 - 6
1
GPS, INS, MULTISENSOR KALMAN GPS SIGNALS, RECEIVERS, KALMAN FILTERS
2
INERTIAL SENSING PRINCIPLES/TECHNOLOGY SIMPLE LOW COST IMPLEMENTATIONS
3
INERTIAL MECHANIZATIONS/ERROR MODELS SIMPLE MULTISENSOR KALMANS
4
ADVANCED ERROR MODELING APPLICATIONS GPS/INS MULTISENSOR INTEGRATION

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
Student understanding of material is instructor's primary objective
Student participation stimulated by instructor prompted discussions
Each section contains road map of contents and list of references
Selection/organization of topics based on logical flow of information
Inter-relationship of different concepts shown throughout the course
Analogy with well understood phenomena to explain complex ideas
List of references provided at end of each section for further reading
Intuitive physical/geometrical/heuristic meaning of analytical results
Analytical results derived from first principles using simple concepts
Block diagrams used profusely to show interplay of cause and effect
Practical application of results are emphasized throughout the course
Computer demonstration is of an actual system implemented & tested

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