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Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics
This paper describes a prototype of an inertial navigation system for use in mobile land vehicles, such as cars or mobile robots. The complete system is composed by sensors, their mechanical mount and cabling, these connect to a PC card with local processing and memory, based on a Intel 80C196KC microcontroller. The sensors used were a piezoelectric vibrating gyroscope, two silicon accelerometers, two clinometers and also a magnetic fluxgate compass acting as an independent source for driftdoi:10.1109/isie.1995.497296 fatcat:xq73qe7vsvfnpc2dikfn6nctei