An Architecture for Delivering Location-Based Services

@inproceedings{Beaubrun2007AnAF,
  title={An Architecture for Delivering Location-Based Services},
  author={Ronald Beaubrun and Bernard Moulin and Nafa{\^a} Jabeur},
  year={2007}
}
Location-based services (LBS) denote services provided to mobile users according to their geographic location. Such services are emerging as value-added services, and their implementation requires a secure and reliable wireless architecture. This paper identifies technical challenges related to LBS technologies, and presents a cost-effective wireless network architecture which can efficiently support LBS applications. Such an infrastructure contains a geolocation server which uses a geolocation… CONTINUE READING

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