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Currently used indoor navigation solutions have technical limitations of user positioning accuracy. Augmented Reality technology can withdraw them, at the same time adding an immersive shopping experience.
Despite WiFi's security and accuracy drawbacks, with fingerprinting, sensor fusion, and security hardening, WiFi becomes a viable option for indoor positioning systems.
Although transmission is limited to short range, with multiple well-positioned receivers, UWB can be an effective technology for indoor positioning systems.
RFID technology isn't a standalone solution for indoor positioning. As part of a multi-technology system, however, it can be highly effective.
Computer vision offers high accuracy and reliability for asset tracking. It has advantages over Bluetooth and WiFi, but it requires lots of bandwidth.
Imagine if you could go into a grocery store, take what you need, and walk out. In fact, we don’t need to imagine; Amazon has already done that with their Amazon Go stores....
Trilateration relies on signal strength as an analogy for distance. Triangulation relies on timing differences in the reception of tags' signals.
There's a lot of buzz around indoor positioning systems, and few resources for learning more about these notoriously tricky systems. What technologies can be used? What are the trade...
This article is an overview of Bluetooth Low Energy-based (BLE) indoor tracking IoT solutions. While BLE has been around for years, only recently has it taken off as a means of tracking...
In this white paper, Leverege's R&D team shares how they have developed a particle-filter-based Location Engine and a powerful indoor positioning solution.
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