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At 6:55am on July 24, 2008, Achal Agrawal said…
I have almost finished the code for navigation calculations. I am finally working on PIC18F2685. The navigation algorithm uses floating point math which my C compiler supports. I am getting an accuracy of +-1deg for bearing calculation if compared to the Haversine method.

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Degreed mechanical engineer working in aerospace manufacturing. I've previously spent time with the FAA doing air traffic control prior to switching over to engineering. I love to design and build 'things' and play with some cool stuff built by others, such as gas turbine jet engines (I've owned 5 so far).
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I joined DIYDrones back in 2008 when I first become interested in UAV's. I've since done a lot on the electronics/programming side of things. I've since designed my own "autopilot" from scratch using an Arduino and some sensors (as partially documented on my site below).
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A simple INS - the beginnings

Posted on June 16, 2011 at 11:28pm 5 Comments

I'm building my own inertial navigation system --- one that isn't super complex, doesn't involve fancy filters, yet will provide plenty of accuracy. It's all about purposeful building... designing and building for what it WILL do, not what it MIGHT or could possibly be able to do.



With that said, I'm using the…


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