Survey of optical indoor positioning systems

Abstract

Recent advances in CCD technologies, processing speed and image understanding have been driving the development of the camera-based positioning systems. An improved performance of optical systems has triggered image based positioning methods to become an attractive alternative for applications in industrial metrology as well as for robotand pedestrian navigation. This paper provides a survey of current optical indoor positioning approaches. Different systems are briefly described and categorized based on how the images are referenced to the environment.

DOI: 10.1109/IPIN.2011.6071925

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@inproceedings{Mautz2011SurveyOO, title={Survey of optical indoor positioning systems}, author={Rainer Mautz and Sebastian Tilch}, booktitle={IPIN}, year={2011} }