GNSS+ Avionics System Design & Testing: Integration with Inertial Sensors
A free technical web seminar
This webinar took place on April 9, 2014
Recorded version for on-demand viewing (Requires Windows Media Player 9 or higher to view)
Webinar Presentation Slides
Inertial sensors and GNSS make for a powerful combination when supporting life-critical navigation systems, including aviation navigation and flight control.
In this 90-minute webinar, viewers heard from Alex Stratton, a principal engineer and technical project manager for Rockwell Collins, and Chuck Bye, senior engineering fellow at Honeywell Aerospace. Demoz Gebre-Egziabher, associate professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics at University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, moderated the event.
Discussion topics included the following:
CAST Navigation sponsored the web seminar.
Chuck Bye is a Senior Fellow for the Sensors, Guidance, and Navigation. COE at Honeywell. He has held a variety of technical and management positions associated with development of navigation systems for military, commercial, and space applications. He has a broad range of technical expertise in the field of navigation that includes system engineering, software development, microelectronics, Kalman filtering, GPS, inertial sensors, and system test. Bye has a MSEE from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is the chair of the ION North Star section and a member of the ION Council and PLANS executive committee. He has several patents and published papers.
Alex Stratton (B.S.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; M.A., Ph.D., Princeton University) is a principal engineer and technical project manager in the Airborne Navigation department of Rockwell Collins Government Systems. He has 24 years of industry experience in military and civil navigation, guidance and control systems engineering. Stratton has led development and certification of several GNSS, radio and integrated navigation systems, including GPS, Local- and Wide-Area Augmentation Systems, Multi-Mode Receivers, and military anti-jam and precision landing systems.
Demoz Gebre-Egziabher is an associate professor of aerospace engineering and mechanics at University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA. His research deals with the design of multi-sensor navigation and attitude determination systems for aerospace vehicles. Recently his work has focused on multi-sensor solutions for operations in GNSS-stressed and -denied environments.