Im working with orientation using GPS + IMU, and before the actual implementation of the program, im working with simulation using a dataset that provides me some GPS data, such as latitude, longitude, elevation and bearing, with this information, is there any way to find the heading or the course information of the object? Like the one given by the nmea VTG packet.
Knowing Lat/Lon, elevation, and bearing (and, presumably, distance) from a known reference point, the current track or heading could be anything.
It's like saying, if you know where I am, can you tell which way I'm facing (or walking)? Given one data point, you can't. Over time you might plot the points to work out the track, but that's your result, not given by the data per-se.