Nestwave is proud to announce the publication of two papers in the 2020 Journal of the IEEE / Institute of Navigation (ION) Position, Location and Navigation Symposium (PLANS). Both technical papers describe novel advances in geolocation algorithms providing substantially increased performance and robustness for our geolocation solutions.
The first paper, an improved method for multilateration, reformulates the classic time difference of arrival problem into a globally valid, time-of-transmission problem, further taking into account clock bias and the effects of motion (Doppler). The second paper describes techniques to substantially improve location accuracy in the presence of severe multipath using unique, near-causal filters and reduced complexity Maximum Likelihood (ML) estimation.
Congratulations to the R&D team at Nestwave! And stay tuned, there’s more to come.
Links to the papers (fee required):