While driving your favorite car in an unfamiliar landscape, unexpectedly your navigation program didn’t catch up, block by a cloudy formation, worst, it could the be an awful experience for you. However, analysts from the University of California Riverside (UCR) is getting ready to alter the scene right after they presented a completely fresh advancement on making your own car navigational program work even with no presence of a Global Positioning System (GPS) in September during the 2016 Institute of Navigation Global Navigation Satellite System Conference (ION GNSS+), in Portland, Ore.
An schematic featuring how experts at UC Riverside are utilizing existing communications transmissions to enhance satellite-based satnav systems like GPS for the management of driver-less cars and unmanned airborne vehicles (UAVs).
The next generation sat nav will make use of existing mobile radio antenna comparable with LTE and WIFI, as a replacement of a Global Positioning System.
The investigators noted the navigation system can be an option to GPS or complement it paving way for the advancement of autonomous vehicle program or driverless car which at present requires a very rigorous system.
According to assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UCR’s Bourns College of Engineering, Zak Kassas, more detectors are added to prepare autonomous car navigation systems in the event a GPS signal isn’t accessible, consequently, they are requiring a new strategy using present technologist.
A schematic featuring how experts at UC Riverside are utilizing existing communications transmissions to enhance satellite-based systems like GPS for the management of driverless cars and unmanned airborne vehicles (UAVs).
With the self-driving car on the way, the team built a progression to maximize accuracy on the map-reading using radio transmissions.
With Tesla on Thursday, expressing that most cars it creates will now be effective at maneuvering entirely autonomously, then this new system could be a perfect option.