Impact of Integrated Guidance and Control Technology on Weapons Systems Design.

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The impact of integrated guidance and control technology on weapons systems design: papers presented at the Guidance and Control Panel symposium held in Sandefjord, Norway, May Different from this idea, this paper firstly establishes the model of the integrated guidance and control loop in the pitch plane, and then directly gives the fin deflection command by adopting the sliding mode control approach.

Hence, the proposed method deserves more to be called an integrated guidance and control system design by: Dr. Faruqi is currently with the Guidance and Control Group, Weapons Systems Division, DSTO.

His research interests include: Missile Navigation, Guidance and Control, Target Tracking and Precision Pointing Systems, Strategic Defence Systems, Signal Processing, and : Farhan A Faruqi. Integrated guidance and control (IGC) design is an emerging trend in the missile technology.

This is a response to meet the need for improving t he accuracy of interceptors and extend their kill envelope. Current and past practices in industry have been to design guidance, control, and estimation systems Cited by: Traditional approach for missile guidance and control systems has been to design these subsystems separately and then to integrate them together before verifying their performance.

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