Session C2a: Navigation Using Environmental Features


Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Location: Cypress

Session Chairs:
Dr. Jiwon Seo
Yonsei University
Tucker C. Haydon
Sandia National Laboratories

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1. Magnetic Maps and Models for Alternative Navigation: Rick Saltus, Patrick Alken, Annette Balmes, Nir Boneh, Sam Califf, Arnaud Chulliat, CIRES/NOAA University of Colorado Boulder; Brian Meyer, NOAA David Skaggs Research Center Boulder; Manoj Nair, CIRES/NOAA University of Colorado
2. Bayesian Cramér-Rao Lower Bounds for Magnetic Field-based Train Localization: Benjamin Siebler, Stephan Sand, German Aerospace Center (DLR); Uwe D. Hanebeck, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
3. Aeromagnetic Anomaly Mapping for Navigation: Luke Bergeron and Aaron Nielsen, Air Force Institute of Technology, Autonomy and Navigation Technology Center Wright-Patterson, AFB
4. Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Testbed for Three-Axis Earth’s Magnetic Field Generation Based on 2.4-Meter Square Helmholtz Coils: Jormpon Chaisakulsurin, Shariff Manuthasna, Tanawish Masri, National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT); Thanayuth Panyalert, King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang(KMITL); Kritsada Palee, Pakawat Prasit, Patcharin Kamsing, Peerapong Torteeka, NARIT
5. Flight Test Results of Terrain Referenced Aircraft Navigation with Laser Altimeter: Burak Turan and Halil Ozan Ünsal, Roketsan Inc.
6. Evaluation of the Human Body Mask Effects on GNSS Wearable Devices for Outdoor Pedestrian Navigation Using Fisheye Sky Views: Ni Zhu, AME-GEOLOC, University Gustave Eiffel; Athanase Bouronopoulos, IRSTV, École Centrale de Nantes; Thomas Leduc, Myriam Servières, Nantes Université, ENSA Nantes, École Centrale Nantes, CNRS, AAU-CRENAU, UMR; Valérie Renaudin, AME-GEOLOC, University Gustave Eiffel
7. Terrain-Relative Navigation with Neuro-Inspired Elevation Encoding: Kristen Michaelson, The University of Texas at Austin; Felix Wang, Sandia National Laboratories; Renato Zanetti, The University of Texas at Austin
8. Investigations on Pedestrian Long-Term Trajectory Prediction Based on AI and Environmental Maps: Susanna Kaiser, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Communications and Navigation; Pierre Baudet, Ecole Centrale Nantes; Ni Zhu, Valérie Renaudin, University Gustave Eiffel

Evening Hours in Exhibit Hall 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.