Pedestrian Navigation Based on a Waist-Worn Inertial Sensor
AbstractWe present a waist-worn personal navigation system based on inertial measurement units. The device makes use of the human bipedal pattern to reduce position errors. We describe improved algorithms, based on detailed description of the heel strike biomechanics and its translation to accelerations of the body waist to estimate the periods of zero velocity, the step length, and the heading estimation. The experimental results show that we are able to support pedestrian navigation with the high-resolution positioning required for most applications. View Full-Text
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Alvarez, J.C.; Alvarez, D.; López, A.; González, R.C. Pedestrian Navigation Based on a Waist-Worn Inertial Sensor. Sensors 2012, 12, 10536-10549.
Alvarez JC, Alvarez D, López A, González RC. Pedestrian Navigation Based on a Waist-Worn Inertial Sensor. Sensors. 2012; 12(8):10536-10549.Chicago/Turabian Style
Alvarez, Juan Carlos; Alvarez, Diego; López, Antonio; González, Rafael C. 2012. "Pedestrian Navigation Based on a Waist-Worn Inertial Sensor." Sensors 12, no. 8: 10536-10549.