NFC Internal: An Indoor Navigation System
AbstractIndoor navigation systems have recently become a popular research field due to the lack of GPS signals indoors. Several indoors navigation systems have already been proposed in order to eliminate deficiencies; however each of them has several technical and usability limitations. In this study, we propose NFC Internal, a Near Field Communication (NFC)-based indoor navigation system, which enables users to navigate through a building or a complex by enabling a simple location update, simply by touching NFC tags those are spread around and orient users to the destination. In this paper, we initially present the system requirements, give the design details and study the viability of NFC Internal with a prototype application and a case study. Moreover, we evaluate the performance of the system and compare it with existing indoor navigation systems. It is seen that NFC Internal has considerable advantages and significant contributions to existing indoor navigation systems in terms of security and privacy, cost, performance, robustness, complexity, user preference and commercial availability. View Full-Text
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Ozdenizci, B.; Coskun, V.; Ok, K. NFC Internal: An Indoor Navigation System. Sensors 2015, 15, 7571-7595.
Ozdenizci B, Coskun V, Ok K. NFC Internal: An Indoor Navigation System. Sensors. 2015; 15(4):7571-7595.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ozdenizci, Busra; Coskun, Vedat; Ok, Kerem. 2015. "NFC Internal: An Indoor Navigation System." Sensors 15, no. 4: 7571-7595.