Alternatives for Navigating Small Unmanned Air Vehicles without GPS
Contributing USMA Research Unit(s)
Industrial and Systems Engineering Review
Considering the increased reliance on GPS navigation for the Army’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems, adversaries have invested in capabilities to deny our systems access to genuine GPS signals. Although significant effort has been put forth in the areas of anti-jamming and anti-spoofing in GPS receivers, a need for alternative navigation methods in a GPS denied environment has grown in importance. This report outlines the recommendation and analysis completed for Mr. Lars Ericsson of the Army Project Manager Unmanned Aircraft Systems (PM-UAS). The report includes background research in the domain space, comprehensive stakeholder analysis, derived system requirements and functional requirements, ending with alternative generation, value scoring, costing, and provided findings for a recommended alternative for future consideration.
Talmadge, R., Jenkins, L., Hidalgo, D., Olivas, J., & Burk, R. (2016). Alternatives for Navigating Small Unmanned Air Vehicles without GPS. Industrial and Systems Engineering Review, 4(2), 96-113. Retrieved from http://184.108.40.206/index.php/iser/article/view/60
Record links to items hosted by external providers may require fee for full-text.