Indoor Localization and Tracking Using 802.11 Networks and Smartphones
ambient assisted living is an area of interest because of the potential for aid in needs and difficulties for the elderly or disabled. These systems have the potential to help control medication intake up to saving lives by complex monitoring. In this type of monitoring, an indoor localization system is necessary. We propose an indoor localization system based on existing WiFi networks, which doubles as a platform to store positional data. This is implemented through location fingerprinting with added value and precision.
Keywordsindoor location position wifi gps signal strength navigation calibration user phone mobile device positioning localization
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