Innovative Technologies and  Their Demonstration for  Indoor Positioning
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  • 1. 5th International Symposium on LBS & TeleCartography Innovative Technologies and Their Demonstration for Indoor Positioning O. Roick, A. Vogel, H. Busch & W.-A. Flügel Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Department of Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Modeling
  • 2. 1 Introduction
  • 3. 1 Introduction Project partners
  • 4. 1 Introduction • Motivation & Problem GPS is reliable for outdoor positioning • GPS has limitations indoors and in urban environments, caused by the attenuation of signals
  • 5. 1 Introduction Motivation & Problem Some application domains require a coverage of different environments
  • 6. 1 Introduction Motivation & Problem An approach is required, that combines different positinioning techniques besides satellite based navigation systems.
  • 7. 2 Project approach
  • 8. 2 Project Approach • User and application centred approach • Evaluation of application scenarios
  • 9. 2 Project Approach • Application domains Pedestrian navigation • Location based advertising • Monitoring of goods • Security and rescue services
  • 10. 2 Project Approach • User and application centred approach • Evaluation of application scenarios • Derivation of application specific requirements • Design of system architecture
  • 11. 2 Project Approach • Chosen positioning techniques Satellite systems (GPS, Galileo, EGNOS) • GSM (Cell-ID) • Wireless LAN (Cell-ID, Fingerprint) • RFID
  • 12. 3 System architecture
  • 13. 3 System architecture
  • 14. 4 Map matching
  • 15. 4 Map matching Digital map Measured position Possible paths Matching to the most likely path
  • 16. 4 Map matching Point to curve matching Apply additional plausibility checks
  • 17. 4 Map matching Additional plausibility checks
  • 18. 4 Map matching Visualisation
  • 19. 5 Tests
  • 20. 5 Tests • Tests Laboratory Tests at Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation, Magdeburg • Field Tests at DHL Hub, Airport Leipzig-Halle
  • 21. Acknowledgement German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology German Aerospace Centre Project funding reference number: 50 NA 0701
  • 22. Thank you. Questions?
  • 23. Contact information • Vega IT, Frank Zimmermann, frank.zimmermann@vega.de • OECON, Andreas Kahmann, kahmann@oecon-line.de • Fraunhofer Institute IFF, klaus.richter@iff.fraunhofer.de • Scheller Systemtechnik, Norbet Rudat, n.rudat@scheller.de • Cesah, Arne Jungstand, arne@cesah.de • Universtity Jena, Oliver Roick, oliver.roick@uni-jena.de