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      Enhancing the accuracy of GPS Positioning for vehicle tracking system

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            Vehicle security refers to securing the vehicle against potential thieves. Vehicle makers have been experimenting with various approaches in order to give improved security systems. The usage of GPS and GSM technology can provide security for the car. The security of a vehicle is ensured in this project by tracking its whereabouts. For the integration of the global positioning system, the EKF is widely utilised (GPS) When the system's non-linearity grows or the measurement co-variance is erroneous, the EKF’s performance deteriorates. An extended state observer is introduced for the first time to improve loosely coupled GPS navigation performance utilizing accurate measurement modeling. The RMS values of positional errors are reduced by 52.57 percent, 48.56 percent, and 34.16 percent in the north, east, and vertical directions, respectively.

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            22 June 2021
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            [1 ] department of computer sciences, university of management & technology, Sialkot Punjab, Pakistan
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PP2F1MI.v1
            e2259964-071e-44ed-a754-40b464e2b197

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            The datasets generated during and/or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
            Computer science

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