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Architecture for Multi-Technology Real-Time Location Systems
AbstractThe rising popularity of location-based services has prompted considerable research in the field of indoor location systems. Since there is no single technology to support these systems, it is necessary to consider the fusion of the information coming from heterogeneous sensors. This paper presents a software architecture designed for a hybrid location system where we can merge information from multiple sensor technologies. The architecture was designed to be used by different kinds of actors independently and with mutual transparency: hardware administrators, algorithm developers and user applications. The paper presents the architecture design, work-flow, case study examples and some results to show how different technologies can be exploited to obtain a good estimation of a target position.
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Rodas, J.; Barral, V.; Escudero, C.J. Architecture for Multi-Technology Real-Time Location Systems. Sensors 2013, 13, 2220-2253.View more citation formats
Rodas J, Barral V, Escudero CJ. Architecture for Multi-Technology Real-Time Location Systems. Sensors. 2013; 13(2):2220-2253.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rodas, Javier; Barral, Valentín; Escudero, Carlos J. 2013. "Architecture for Multi-Technology Real-Time Location Systems." Sensors 13, no. 2: 2220-2253.
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