Special Issue "GNSS and Fusion with Other Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2018)
Countless developments continue to enhance GNSS accuracy, reliability and continuity performance and applicability. These include the development of new constellations, signal capture and aiding of sensors, and robust signal processing and integration algorithms. The parallel introduction of increasingly-performing smartphone sensors that are capable of aiding or replacing GNSS, in partly- or totally-denied environments, is resulting in nearly seamless outdoor/indoor navigation. The spectacular development of vehicle-borne, low-cost collision avoidance sensors is making drive-less vehicles an emerging reality.
This Special Issue intends to describe and interconnect these innovations, analyze their advantages and limitations, and demonstrate potential new applications. The main themes and keywords to guide potential authors are as follows:
- Reliable positioning and navigation
- Navigation with smartphone and wearable sensors
- Driver-less vehicular navigation
Navigation, positioning, location, GNSS signal interference, jamming, spoofing, reliability, resilience, authentication, accuracy, continuity; inertial measuring units, accelerometer, gyro, barometer, compass, camera and other smartphone and wearable sensors; LiDAR, radar, visual and thermal infrared cameras, ultrasonic, collision avoidance V2V, vehicle-to-vehicle positioning, advanced driver assistance navigation systems, interference mitigation, null-steering, heading determinationDr. Daniele Borio
Dr. James T. Curran
Dr. Gerard Lachapelle
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