all-inertial guidance

all-inertial guidance

[¦ȯl ə¦nər·shəl ′gīd·əns]
(navigation)
The guidance of a vehicle entirely by use of inertial devices.
A self-contained system which can automatically determine the position, velocity, and attitude of a moving vehicle for the purpose of directing its future course.
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During the 1950s, Chow managed the design, development, and production in quantity of the digital computer and all-inertial guidance system for the Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile.
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