We present technologies that are being developed to address the need for a navigation solution in the absence of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) measurements. The navigation system uses sensors such as vision systems, RADARS and LIDARS with featureextraction, matching and motion estimation algorithms. We present experimental results of using Scale Invariant Feature Transform, Speeded Up Robust Features, and modified Harris feature extraction algorithms and compare the performance. We also present methods toextract lines and planes that can aid in navigation. For motion estimation we present results for Visual Odometry as well as Simultaneous Localization and Mapping navigation. We experimentally verify the algorithms in both a realtime linux framework as well as offline. We also present ongoing work in vision integrated navigation in an Attitude and Heading Reference System as well as an extended Kalman filter framework. All the methods we present in this paper are incremental navigation methods.