Andrey Soloviev, Author at Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design

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November 20, 2023
MEMS: Unlocking the Potential

Guest contributors Darioosh Naderi and Mark Marshall of Silicon Sensing look at how far the technology has come and why it’s poised to…

By Andrey Soloviev

February 21, 2023
The Inertialist: Complementary Sensor Fusion

This is the most efficient way to combine INS with aiding data. Here’s a look at the key principles and benefits.

By Andrey Soloviev

September 26, 2022
The Inertialist: INS-Centric Sensor Fusion

The main principals of fusing inertial navigation with other sensors. 

By Andrey Soloviev

June 4, 2022
Inertial Error Propagation: Understanding Inertial Behavior

Errors in inertial sensor measurements are accumulated over time, leading to drift in INS navigation outputs. While gyro bias is the main contributor,…

By Andrey Soloviev

March 31, 2022
The Inertialist: Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation

In this second column we consider fundamental principles of inertial navigation that derive position, velocity and angular orientation from measurements of accelerometers and…

By Andrey Soloviev

March 14, 2022
The Inertialist: Up Close with Inertial Navigation

Inside GNSS’s resident inertial expert examines coasting over GNSS outages, navigation in challenged environments and interference mitigation in a sensor-fusion environment.

By Andrey Soloviev