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GNSS / Inertial Integration: Applying the Technologies

A free technical web seminar

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Sponsored by Inside GNSS and KVH Industries.

The live webinar took place on June 18.

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The absence or unreliability of GNSS signals is probably the leading motivation for incorporating inertial technology into an integrated navigation system.

Learn how GNSS/inertial integration can help you deal with GNSS-challenged environments by joining Inside GNSS and three experts in the field on
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
1 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. (PDT)

Please register for this free 90-minute webinar here.

Hear presentations from these experts in the field:

Xavier Orr, an R&D engineer of 3D navigation and co-owner of Advanced Navigation Pty Ltd. in Sydney, Australia. He leads the company's software team in the research and development of inertial navigation systems, data fusion and estimation algorithms, RF positioning, and sensor technologies. He is also on the company's product planning team. He specializes in artificial intelligence algorithms, control algorithms, sensors, and robotics.


Andrey Soloviev, president of Qunav, a Florida-based R&D business enterprise. Previously he served as a research faculty member at the University of Florida and as a senior research engineer at the Ohio University Avionics Engineering Center. His research interests focus on all aspects of GNSS signal processing and estimation, as well as multi-sensor fusion for navigation applications.


Mark Petovello moderates the webinar. He is a geomatics engineering professor at the University of Calgary, Canada, and a contributing editor to Inside GNSS where he coordinates the "GNSS Solutions" column. He has been actively involved in many aspects of positioning and navigation since 1997, including GNSS algorithm development, inertial navigation, sensor integration, and software development.



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