track angle

track angle

[′trak ‚aŋ·gəl]
(navigation)
Track measured from 0° at the reference direction clockwise or counterclockwise through 90 or 180°; it is labeled with the reference direction as a prefix and the direction of measurement from the reference direction as a suffix; thus, track angle N44°W is 44° west of north, or 316°.
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The GNSS track angle is defined as a measurement of the direction a vehicle moving in, which also determines average velocity [18].
Caption: FIGURE 1: Flight path angle and the track angle tracking error curves comparison.
Although track angle error (TKE) has some benefits, cross track error (XTE), in my opinion, beats it hands down.
However, I'm surprised he didn't mention using a feature on the popular Garmin GNS 400/500 series of GPSs called Track Angle Error, or the TKE, on the map screen.
Measuring the speed of the car with different track angles.
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