Has noboy an idea? I just need a reference.
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the proposed EKF in the Aceinna Online Manuel uses in the state-transition section for the rate and acceleration bias following model to calculate the standard deviation of the drift rate of the gyroscope:
It is just said that this equation comes from an empirical study. Are there any paper/links available to this study where I can find this relation between BI and ARW respectively to the gyro drift rate?
Thanks in advance.
In my application there are sometimes harsh dynamic situations where the linear acceleration is for short terms out of the dynamic range of the used accelerometer (for instance car crash). Using an adaptive gain
I ensure that the accelerometer measurements are weighted less in this situation.
In harsh g-environments the g-sensitivity of the gyroscope becomes more relevant.
According to the datasheet of the OpenIMU300ZI I cannot find any specifications about the g-sensitivity of the gyroscope.
Do you have any idea about the linear g-sensitivity of the gyro or how I can get them in experiments?