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Guy Deker: Method for controlling a vehicle in order to change course and application of method for the lateral avoidance of a zone. Sextant Avionique, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, July 31, 2001: US06269301 (23 worldwide citation)

Method for piloting a vehicle while making a change of heading. The vehicle follows a first rectilinear portion of a route, so as to meet up with a second rectilinear portion of the route forming a predetermined angle with the first portion. The route passes through the meeting point of the two port ...


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Deker Guy: Method for controlling a vehicle in order to change course and application of method for the lateral avoidance of a zone. Sextant Avionique, December 12, 1997: FR2749650-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

For controlling a vehicle in order to change course, the vehicle (1) following a first rectilinear route portion (R1), to join a second rectilinear route portion (R2) forming a predetermined angle ( theta ) with the first route portion (R1), passing through the junction point (A) between the two rou ...


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Deker Guy: (Fr) Procede de pilotage dun vehicule en vue deffectuer un changement de cap et application du procede au contournement lateral dune zone, (En) Method for controlling a vehicle in order to change course and application of method for the lateral avoidance of a zone. Sextant Avionique, Deker Guy, THOMSON CSF SCPI, December 18, 1997: WO/1997/047946

(EN) For controlling a vehicle in order to change course, the vehicle (1) following a first rectilinear route portion (R1), to join a second rectilinear route portion (R2) forming a predetermined angle ($g(u)) with the first route portion (R1), passing through the junction point (A) between the two ...


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Deker Guy: Method for controlling a vehicle in order to change course and application of method for the lateral avoidance of a zone. Sextant Avionique, March 24, 1999: EP0902878-A1

For controlling a vehicle in order to change course, the vehicle (1) following a first rectilinear route portion (R1), to join a second rectilinear route portion (R2) forming a predetermined angle ( theta ) with the first route portion (R1), passing through the junction point (A) between the two rou ...