Preface; Co-ordinate Frames, Kinematics, And The Earth; Kalman Filter-Based Estimation; Inertial Sensors; Inertial Navigation; Dead Reckoning, Attitude, and Height Measurement; Principles of Radio Positioning; GNSS: Fundamentals, Signals, and Satellites; GNSS: Advanced Techniques; Long- and Medium-Range Radio Navigation; Short-Range Positioning; Feature Matching; INS/GNSS Integration; INS Alignment, Zero Updates, and Motion Constraints; Multi-Sensor Integrated Navigation; Fault Detection, Integrity Monitoring, and Testing; Applications.
Paul D. Groves is a lecturer at University College London (UCL). He is also an associate director of UCL's Space Geodesy and Navigation Laboratory. Previously, he was a scientist with the Navigation and Positioning Algorithms Team at QinetiQ, Ltd. Dr. Groves is a chartered physicist, a member of the Institute of Physics, and a member of the Institute of Navigation. He studied at the University of Oxford, where he earned a B.A. and M.A. in physics and a D.Phil. in atomic and laser physics.