|Towards Low-Cost Indoor Localization using Edge Computing Resources|
Emerging smart services, such as indoor smart parking or patient monitoring and tracking in hospitals, incur a significant technical roadblock stemming primarily from a lack of cost-effective and easily deployable localization framework that impedes their widespread deployment.To address this concern, in this paper we present a low-cost, indoor localization and navigation system, which performs continuous and real-time processing of Bluetooth low Energy (BLE) and IEEE 802.15.4a compliant Ultra-wideband(UWB) sensor data to localize and navigate the concerned entity to its desired location.
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20th IEEE International Symposium on Real-Time Computing (ISORC)
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