horizon tracker

horizon tracker

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′trak·ər]
(navigation)
A device for establishing a vertical reference in a navigation system by precisely tracking the visible horizon. Also known as horizon scanner.
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These include tools for automating fault outline calculation and fault extraction, and further extend Paradigm's leadership horizon and fault picking efficiency, following the overwhelming success of the 3D Propagator(TM) automatic horizon tracker.