A Comparative Evaluation of Low-Cost IMUs for Unmanned Autonomous Systems
2010 IEEE Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems (MFI)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Salt Lake City, UT
Inertial measurement units (IMUs) are widely used for navigation and calibration purposes on unmanned autonomous vehicles. This paper provides a comparative survey and evaluation of the low-cost IMUs focusing on both the possible sensor packages and the available software solutions. Several example IMUs are compared in detail including inertial only IMUs, GPS-coupled IMUs, and hobbyist-level IMUs. The future direction of low-cost IMUs are discussed including optical-flow-based solutions and collaborative IMUs.
Chao, HaiYang; Coopmans, Calvin; Di, Long; and Chen, YangQuan, "A Comparative Evaluation of Low-Cost IMUs for Unmanned Autonomous Systems" (2010). AggieAir Presentations. Paper 23.
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