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Record number 40705
Title Centimetre-precision guidance of moving implements in the open field: a simulation based on GPS measurements.
Author(s) Dijksterhuis, H.L.; Willigenburg, L.G. van; Zuydam, R.P. van
Source Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 20 (1998). - ISSN 0168-1699 - p. 185 - 197.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/S0168-1699(98)00016-7
Department(s) Agricultural Engineering and Physics
Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering
PE&RC
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 1998
Abstract High quality and sustainable agricultural production in the open field will be supported by centimetre-precision guidance of agricultural implements. In this paper, a complete guidance system is proposed and simulated using real sensor data obtained from a real time kinematic (RTK) differential global positioning system (DGPS). This type of the satellite navigation system became available commercially in 1997 and is claimed to reach cm accuracy. It uses real time kinematics to improve the accuracy of a position fix by phase comparison of the carrier signal. The simulation primarily aims to investigate the accuracy of the guidance system that can be obtained with RTK DGPS. Using real DGPS measurement errors the simulated system showed a tracking error less than 0.005 m when the PID-controller had settled.
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