Iñigo Arizaga

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Accurate location of people in indoor environments is a key aspect of many applications such as resource management or security. In this paper, we explore the use of short-range radio technologies to track people indoors. The network consists of two kind of radio nodes: static nodes (anchors) and mobile nodes (people). From a set of sparse connectivity(More)
This paper introduces the Bluetooth Medallion (BTM), a device especially designed to work in Human Mobile Ad-Hoc NETworks (MANETs). Its main areas of application are: the collection of high granularity connectivity data through time (detection of nearby nodes) and testbed to evaluate and refine MANET routing protocols. We present an ongoing long term(More)
GNSS systems, especially GPS, have become an essential tool for ubiquitous and mobile applications. Recently, the proliferation of these standards (GPS L2 and L5, Galileo, Glonass) makes the choice of a concrete one a difficult task. On the other hand, a multistandard system may have great advantages for location-aware devices especially regarding universal(More)
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