Indoor Navigation with SVG. SVG, positioning technologies, mobility, guiding system Christian SchmittResearcherFraunhofer FIT Schloss Birlinghoven Sankt-Augustin Germany firstname.lastname@example.org Oliver KaufmannFraunhofer FITSchloss Birlinghoven Sankt-Augustin Germany email@example.com This paper describes a mobile guide providing office building visitors with indoor navigation aid. 1. 1.
FIT has a long history in developing mobile guides for museums, fairs, symposiums. Our mobile guide was developed with the aim to be used for demo purposes by visitors to our institute, for demonstrating our expertise in mobile computing, positioning technologies and human-computer interface. Present information about our research department (employees, projects)Let the user experience indoor navigation on our floor Presenting information can be easily achieved by integrating functionalities from the Pocket Internet Explorer in the application and having the content available as HTML pages.
Indoor Autonomous Positioning. SCP technology makes it possible to provide reliable, consistent, and accurate indoor positioning without the support of network infrastructure and services.
By exploiting freely available signals including GPS, cellular, digital television, and wireless LAN (e.g. WiFi), SCP based Doppler Aided Inertial Navigation (DAIN) determines location through a sensor fusion approach. Combining inertial, magnetic, and gravity data with the SCP RF observables, DAIN provides continuous position, velocity, and direction information. A fundamental breakthrough in indoor positioning, SCP DAIN is ideal for emerging location enabled applications hosted on smart phone devices.
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