A. Ortiz-de-Galisteo

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This article addresses the problem of mobile robot localization using Ultra-Wide-Band (UWB) range measurements. UWB is a radio technology widely used for communications that recently is receiving increasing attention also for positioning applications. In these cases, the position of a mobile transceiver is determined from the distances to a set of fixed,(More)
GPS receivers are satellite-based devices widely used for vehicle localization that, given their limitations, are not suitable for performing within indoor or dense urban environments. On the other hand ultra-wide band (UWB), a technology used for efficient wireless communication, has recently being used for vehicle localization in indoor environments with(More)
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