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Map matching by using inertial sensors: literature review

@inproceedings{Kaustinen2015MapMB,
  title={Map matching by using inertial sensors: literature review},
  author={Mika Kaustinen and Mika Taskinen and Tero S{\"a}ntti and Jukka Arvo and Teijo Lehtonen},
  year={2015}
}
This literature review aims to clarify what is known about map matching by using inertial sensors and what are the requirements for map matching, inertial sensors, placement and possible complementary position technology. The target is to develop a wearable location system that can position itself within a complex construction environment automatically with the aid of an accurate building model. The wearable location system should work on a tablet computer which is running an augmented reality… 

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