This work presents experimental tests of a vehicle localization system. Based on data collected by a Global Positioning System (GPS), an odometer and a gyrometer, to measure respectively vehicle position, vehicle velocity and yaw velocity, an estimation strategy of the vehicle cover distance is designed. A prototype is then realized in order to test the strategy on urban and extra urban circuits in Benevento (Italy). The experiments are conducted on a Lancia Kappa 2.0 vehicle and the prototype is obtained connecting a dSpace MicroAutoBox electronic control unit with a TomTom Navigator, a gyrometer and the vehicle odometer. The experimental results are here analyzed.

On-board Prototype of a vehicle localization system

FIENGO G;GLIELMO L
2007

Abstract

This work presents experimental tests of a vehicle localization system. Based on data collected by a Global Positioning System (GPS), an odometer and a gyrometer, to measure respectively vehicle position, vehicle velocity and yaw velocity, an estimation strategy of the vehicle cover distance is designed. A prototype is then realized in order to test the strategy on urban and extra urban circuits in Benevento (Italy). The experiments are conducted on a Lancia Kappa 2.0 vehicle and the prototype is obtained connecting a dSpace MicroAutoBox electronic control unit with a TomTom Navigator, a gyrometer and the vehicle odometer. The experimental results are here analyzed.
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