Pedestrian dead reckoning employing simultaneous activity recognition cues

@inproceedings{Altun2012PedestrianDR,
  title={Pedestrian dead reckoning employing simultaneous activity recognition cues},
  author={Kerem Altun and Billur Barshan},
  year={2012}
}
We consider the human localization problem using body-worn inertial/magnetic sensor units. Inertial sensors are characterized by a drift error caused by the integration of their rate output to obtain position information. Because of this drift, the position and orientation data obtained from inertial sensors are reliable over only short periods of time. Therefore, position updates from externally referenced sensors are essential. However, if the map of the environment is known, the activity… CONTINUE READING
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