Thomas Moder

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More than half of the population in Western Europe and North America own a smartphone, providing a large market for both indoor and outdoor location-based services. In order to gain a ubiquitous solution for a smartphone-based indoor positioning, motion recognition may be utilized. Motion recognition can be used to adapt relative positioning solutions as(More)
Since state-of-the-art smartphones do usually not comprise barometers, ubiquitous 3D indoor positioning requires a compensation of the missing height information. A pedestrian activity classification (PAC) algorithm enabling the activity detection of going upor downstairs can deliver this missing information. Additionally, this PAC can be used for the(More)
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