Satellite signals are easily lost in complex observation environments and high dynamic motion states, and the position and posture errors of pure inertial navigation quickly diverges with time. This paper therefore proposes a scheme of occlusion region navigation based on least squares support vector regression (LSSVR), and particle swarm optimization (PSO), used to seek the global optimal parameters. Firstly, the scheme uses the incremental output of GPS (Global Positioning System) and Inertial Navigation System (INS) when the observation is normal as the training output and the training input sample, and then uses PSO to optimize the regression parameters of LSSVR. When the satellite signal is unavailable, the trained mapping model is used to predict the GPS pseudo position. Secondly, the observed anomaly is detected by the test statistic in the integrated navigation solution filtering estimation, and the exponential fading adaptive factor is introduced to suppress the influence of the abnormal pseudo observation value. The results indicate that the algorithm can predict the higher precision GPS position increment, and can effectively judge some abnormal observations that may occur in the predicted value, and adjust the observed noise covariance to suppress the anomaly observation, which can effectively improve the continuity and reliability of the integrated navigation system in the occlusion region.
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