Indoor location based services challenges, requirements and usability of current solutions

  title={Indoor location based services challenges, requirements and usability of current solutions},
  author={Anahid Bassiri and Elena Simona Lohan and Terry Moore and Adam C. Winstanley and Pekka Peltola and Chris Hill and Pouria Amirian and Pedro Figueiredo Silva},
  journal={Computer Science Review},
Indoor Location Based Services (LBS), such as indoor navigation and tracking, still have to deal with both technical and non-technical challenges. For this reason, they have not yet found a prominent position in people’s everyday lives. Reliability and availability of indoor positioning technologies, the availability of up-to-date indoor maps, and privacy concerns associated with location data are some of the biggest challenges to their development. If these challenges were solved, or at least… CONTINUE READING
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