Accurate Pedestrian Indoor Navigation by Tightly Coupling Foot-Mounted IMU and RFID Measurements

@article{Ruiz2012AccuratePI,
  title={Accurate Pedestrian Indoor Navigation by Tightly Coupling Foot-Mounted IMU and RFID Measurements},
  author={Antonio Ram{\'o}n Jim{\'e}nez Ruiz and Fernando Seco Granja and Jos{\'e} Carlos Prieto and Jorge I. Guevara Rosas},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement},
  year={2012},
  volume={61},
  pages={178-189}
}
We present a new method to accurately locate persons indoors by fusing inertial navigation system (INS) techniques with active RFID technology. A foot-mounted inertial measuring units (IMUs)-based position estimation method, is aided by the received signal strengths (RSSs) obtained from several active RFID tags placed at known locations in a building. In contrast to other authors that integrate IMUs and RSS with a loose Kalman filter (KF)-based coupling (by using the residuals of inertial- and… CONTINUE READING
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