Corpus ID: 4849082

Infrastructure-free Indoor Positioning System using Smart Phone Sensors ∗ Extended Abstract †

  title={Infrastructure-free Indoor Positioning System using Smart Phone Sensors ∗ Extended Abstract †},
  author={Muhammad Usman Ali and Imran Ashraf and Heedong Son and Mingyu Kang and Chanseok Lee and Soojung Hur and Yongwan Park},
This paper discusses the technique used for indoor positioning using ubiquitous resources available at the target environment. Wi-Fi Received Signal Strength-based Fingerprinting is one of the promising technique to achieve indoor positioning up to a certain level of accuracy, whereas Pedestrian Dead Reckoning provides a little higher level of accuracy in tracking a moving resource using motion sensors provided the starting position. The technique proposed in this text is an infrastructure free… Expand

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