Indoor Positioning Capabilities of Cognitive Entities

  • L. Kajdocsi Széchenyi István University
Keywords: indoor positioning, indoor navigation system, indoor localization, smartphone

Abstract

Indoor Positioning is one of the most significant challenges of the 21st century. Hence, this paper aims to give an overview on indoor navigation solutions and propose a novel methodology which is based on Bluetooth technology. First of all, it presents radio based techniques. Secondly, other techniques based on the use of various sensors and measurements are described. Nowadays, we can state that each technique requires any type of smart device such as smartphone or tablet, whose inertial sensors help in evaluation of pedestrians’ actual position. Moreover, it would be assumed that every person has its own smart device, hence, we would also state that they could be considered as one entity. Therefore, the researches on indoor navigation systems require novel low-cost approaches that involve new generation devices, thus create future networks.

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Author Biography

L. Kajdocsi, Széchenyi István University

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Informatics and Electrical Engineering

Department of Information Technology

 

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Published
2016-04-30
How to Cite
Kajdocsi, L. (2016) “Indoor Positioning Capabilities of Cognitive Entities”, Acta Technica Jaurinensis, 9(2), pp. pp. 106-117. doi: 10.14513/actatechjaur.v9.n2.401.
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Information Technology and Electrical Engineering