Accession Number : AD0701775

Title :   HYBRID NAVIGATION SYSTEMS.

Descriptive Note : Conference proceedings,

Corporate Author : ADVISORY GROUP FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARIS (FRANCE)

Personal Author(s) : Marner,G. R. ; Leonard,B. P. ; Mitchell,M. W. ; Stringer,F. S. ; Pearson,M. G.

Report Date : JAN 1970

Pagination or Media Count : 320

Abstract : Contents: Hybrid guidance and navigation systems; Characteristics of a satellite navigation system operated in conjunction with a user inertial system; Global navigation/traffic surveillance/communication satellite system for military and civil vehicles; The TMA role of hybrid system radio sensors; The use of filtering techniques and/or mixed navigation systems in combination with barometric altimetry to generate glide slopes for precision approach; The use of inertial information to improve automatic ILS approach performance; Improvement of the accuracy of automatic landing systems by use of Kalman-filtering techniques and incorporation of inertial data; Collision avoidance and the air traffic control environment; Integrated hybrid-inertial aircraft navigation systems; Modern aircraft navigation sensors for hybrid systems; Loran systems technology; Systeme de navigation a inertie hybride optimise; Tactical loran; The C-5 navigation system - an application of digital synergistic stochastic hybrid navigation technology; The hybrid navigation system for the nimrod maritime patrol aircraft; The use of hybrid techniques in commercial transport aircraft; Integrated avionic system design for helicopters and VTOL; Integrated navigation by least square adjustment; A simple Kalman filter for VOR/DME; Optimal correction of stochastic errors of inertial systems; Design of low sensitivity Kalman filters for hybrid navigation systems.

Descriptors :   (*NAVIGATION, SYMPOSIA), GUIDANCE, CONTROL SYSTEMS, INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS, AIRCRAFT, DETECTORS, RADIO NAVIGATION, INERTIAL NAVIGATION, NAVIGATION SATELLITES, REVIEWS

Subject Categories : Air Navigation and Guidance

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE