Estimate position from inertial data

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Can someone provide me an example of how kalman filters can be used to estimate position of an object from 6DOF/9DOF IMU data. All examples I have seen just seem to find orientation of the object using ahrs/imufilter.
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Swapnil Sayan Saha
Swapnil Sayan Saha on 12 May 2022
Yes. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/360075622_TinyOdom_Hardware-Aware_Efficient_Neural_Inertial_Navigation

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Bhargavi Maganuru
Bhargavi Maganuru on 1 Apr 2020
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Martin Seyr
Martin Seyr on 24 Apr 2020
hello,
you need to integrate the accelerometers if you want to calculate linear positions. this will be subject to quadratic error propagation over time, so it is necessary to periodically reset the integrator.
it works like this: you use the orientation calculated from the fusion algorithm (kalman filter or some other algorithm) to rotate locally measured accelerations into the world frame. then you subtract nominal gravity, then you integrate twice.
good luck,
Martin
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Swapnil Sayan Saha
Swapnil Sayan Saha on 1 Sep 2020
It's best to not dead-reckon in z axis. I have observed similar phenomena from real-world data. In my MS thesis I am discussing the implications of inaccurate z axis localization. Better option is to use a pressure sensor or some other sensor (e.g. GPS if available, acoustics, Radar etc.)

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