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Ubiquitous Positioning, Indoor Navigation and Location-Based Services

  1. Several Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) fingerprint datasets based on Received Signal Strength (RSS) have been shared for indoor localization. However, they can’t meet all the demands of WiFi RSS-based localization. ...

    Authors: Jingxue Bi, Yunjia Wang, Baoguo Yu, Hongji Cao, Tongguang Shi and Lu Huang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:25
  2. The use of dead reckoning and fingerprint matching for navigation is a widespread technical method. However, fingerprint mismatching and low fusion accuracy are prevalent issues in indoor navigation systems. T...

    Authors: Jian Chen, Shaojing Song, Yumei Gong and Shanxin Zhang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:13
  3. Wi-Fi technology has become an important candidate for localization due to its low cost and no need of additional installation. The Wi-Fi fingerprint-based positioning is widely used because of its ready hardw...

    Authors: Xiaoxiang Cao, Yuan Zhuang, Xiansheng Yang, Xiao Sun and Xuan Wang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2021 2:27
  4. Colored Measurement Noise (CMN) has a great impact on the accuracy of human localization in indoor environments with Inertial Navigation System (INS) integrated with Ultra Wide Band (UWB). To mitigate its infl...

    Authors: Yuan Xu, Jing Cao, Yuriy S. Shmaliy and Yuan Zhuang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2021 2:22
  5. This paper reviews the state of the art and future trends of indoor Positioning, Localization, and Navigation (PLAN). It covers the requirements, the main players, sensors, and techniques for indoor PLAN. Othe...

    Authors: Naser El-Sheimy and You Li
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2021 2:7