Optimal designing of precision small-size non-platform inertial navigation systems for highly manoeuvrable moving objects

Abstract

The paper presents the results of work on creating a small-size precision non-platform inertial navigation system (NINS) operating under extreme conditions. Special attention is given to elements of methodology and process of designing NINS that were created as a necessary development tool. A new approach to designing NINS calculator is proposed, based on mutual optimization of algorithms and processor architectures.

About the authors

L. V. Voditcheva

Federal State Unitary Enterprise Science-and-Production Association of Automation
named after N. A. Semikhatov, Yekaterinburg

Author for correspondence.
Email: lvodicheva@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

L. N. Belsky

Federal State Unitary Enterprise Science-and-Production Association of Automation
named after N. A. Semikhatov, Yekaterinburg

Email: lvodicheva@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

O. N. Maslova

Federal State Unitary Enterprise Science-and-Production Association of Automation
named after N. A. Semikhatov, Yekaterinburg

Email: lvodicheva@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

N. A. Lukin

Institute of Machine Science, Ural department of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Yekaterinburg, Federal State Unitary Enterprise Science-and-Production Association of
Automation named after N. A. Semikhatov

Email: nicklookin@mail.ru
Russian Federation

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