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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2017;20(6):774-780.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2017.20.6.774   
The Driving Trajectory Measurement and Analysis Techniques using Conventional GPS Sensor for the Military Operation Environments
Ilgyu Jung, Chiyoung Ryu, Sangyoung Kim
The 5th Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development
군운용 환경에 적합한 GPS 센서기반 주행궤적 측정 및 분석 기술
정일규, 류치영, 김상영
국방과학연구소 제5기술연구본부
The techniques for driving trajectory calculation and driving trajectory distribution calculation are proposed to analyze the durability of ground vehicles effectively. To achieve this aim, the driving trajectory of a vehicle and the driving trajectory distribution of that are needed, in addition to road profile. The road profiles can be measured by a profilometer but a driving trajectory of a vehicle cannot be acquired effectively due to a large position error from a conventional GPS sensor. Therefore two techniques are proposed to reduce the position error of a vehicle and achieve the distribution of driving trajectory of that. The driving trajectory calculation technique produces relative positions by using the velocity, time and heading of a vehicle. The driving trajectory distribution calculation technique produces distributions of the driving trajectory by using axis transformation, estimating reference line, dividing sectors and plotting a histogram of the sectors. As a results of this study, we can achieve the considerably accurate driving trajectory and driving trajectory distribution of a vehicle.
Key Words: GPS Heading, Driving Trajectory Measuring, Driving Trajectory Distribution
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