strapdown INS

strapdown INS (inertial navigation system)

strapdown INS (inertial navigation system)
A typical inertial navigation system.
An inertial navigation system using a platform on which its gyros are mounted. The platform's attitude is linked to that of the aircraft.
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In the rest of this paper, Strapdown INS is used as Slave INS and the difference is not distinguished.
Although low-cost strapdown INS based on micro-electronic-mechanical system (MEMS) devices has become more and more affordable for civil applications, it is not yet possible to build MEMS based INS which gives sub-meter position accuracy over one minute of operation without the aid of other sensors [8].
Hu, "Observability of strapdown INS alignment: a global perspective," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol.
Kumar, "Novel method for coarse alignment of strapdown INS on oscillatory base," Journal of Aerospace Science & Technologies, vol.