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Modeling accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink

Modeling accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink

Modeling accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink

Hi everyone , i'm working on a tracking system project that will localise people inside

a building during their mouvements using the IMU : inertial measurement unit (gyroscope

+ accelerometer) , and i have chosen the kalman filter algorithm to read the output of

the IMU to estimate and update the actual position

i need if it possible a module in simulink that simulate the gyroscope and accelerometer

and also how to implement the algorthm using kalman filter

thanks in advance :)

RE: Modeling accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink

I looked a lot in google but i didn't find a model in simulink just papers
thanks anyway

RE: Modeling accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink

i want to build the module of the accelerometer and gyroscope in simulink and deploy it to an arduino

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