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Indoor positioning : technologies and performance, Nel Samama, Electronics and Physics Department, Institut Mines-Telecom, France

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Indoor positioning : technologies and performance
Title
Indoor positioning
Title remainder
technologies and performance
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Nel Samama, Electronics and Physics Department, Institut Mines-Telecom, France
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eng
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1963-
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Samama, Nel
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006.2
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index present
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TK5103.48323
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Indoor positioning systems (Wireless localization)
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Indoor positioning : technologies and performance, Nel Samama, Electronics and Physics Department, Institut Mines-Telecom, France
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 A Little Piece of History ... -- 1.1 The First Age of Navigation -- 1.2 Longitude Problem and Importance of Time -- 1.3 Link Between Time and Space -- 1.3.1 A Brief History of the Evolution of the Perception of Time -- 1.3.2 Comparison with the Possible Change in Our Perception of Space -- 1.4 The Radio Age -- 1.5 First Terrestrial Positioning Systems -- 1.6 The Era of Artificial Satellites -- 1.6.1 GPS System -- 1.7 New Problem: Availability and Accuracy of Positioning Systems -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 What Exactly Is the Indoor Positioning Problem? -- 2.1 General Introduction to Indoor Positioning -- 2.1.1 Basic Problem: Example of the Navigation Application -- 2.1.2 The "Perceived" Needs -- 2.1.3 Wide Range of Possible Technologies -- 2.1.4 Comments on the "Best" Solution -- 2.1.4.1 Local or Global Coverage -- 2.1.4.2 With or Without Local Infrastructure -- 2.2 Is Indoor Positioning the Next "Longitude Problem"? -- 2.3 Quick Summary of the Indoor Problem -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 General Introduction to Positioning Techniques and Their Associated Difficulties -- 3.1 Angle-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.1.1 Pure Angle-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.1.2 Triangulation-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2 Distance-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2.1 Distances to Known Environment-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2.2 Radar Method -- 3.2.3 Hyperbolic Method -- 3.2.4 Mobile Telecommunication Networks -- 3.3 Doppler-Based Positioning Approach -- 3.3.1 Doppler Radar Method -- 3.3.2 Doppler Positioning Approach -- 3.4 Physical Quantity-Based Positioning Approaches -- 3.4.1 Luminosity Measurements -- 3.4.2 Local Networks -- 3.4.3 Attitude and Heading Reference System -- 3.4.3.1 Accelerometers -- 3.4.3.2 Gyrometers -- 3.4.3.3 Odometers
  • 3.4.3.4 Magnetometers -- 3.5 Image-Based Positioning Approach -- 3.6 ILS, MLS, VOR, and DME -- 3.7 Summary -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Various Possible Classifications of Indoor Technologies -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Parameters to Be Considered -- 4.3 Discussion About These Parameters -- 4.3.1 Parameters Related to the Hardware of the System -- 4.3.2 Parameters Related to the Type and Performances of the System -- 4.3.3 Parameters Related to the Real Implementation of the System -- 4.3.4 Parameters Related to the Physical Aspects of the System -- 4.4 Technologies Considered -- 4.5 Complete Tables -- 4.6 Playing with the Complete Table -- 4.7 Selected Approach for the Rest of the Book -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Proximity Technologies: Approaches, Performance, and Limitations -- 5.1 Bar Codes -- 5.2 Contactless Cards and Credit Cards -- 5.3 Image Recognition -- 5.4 Near-Field Communication -- NFC -- 5.5 QR Codes -- 5.6 Discussion of Other Technologies -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Room-Restricted Technologies: Challenges and Reliability -- 6.1 Image Markers -- 6.2 Infrared Sensors -- 6.3 Laser -- 6.4 Lidar -- 6.5 Sonar -- 6.6 Ultrasound Sensors -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 "Set of Rooms" Technologies -- 7.1 Radar -- 7.2 RFID -- 7.3 UWB -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 Building Range Technologies -- 8.1 Accelerometer -- 8.2 Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy -- 8.3 Gyrometer -- 8.4 Image-Relative Displacement -- 8.5 Image SLAM -- 8.6 LiFi -- 8.7 Light Opportunity -- 8.8 Sound -- 8.9 Theodolite -- 8.10 WiFi -- 8.11 Symbolic WiFi -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 Building Range Technologies: The Specific Case of Indoor GNSS -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Concept of Local Transmitters -- 9.3 Pseudolites -- 9.4 Repeaters -- 9.4.1 Clock Bias Approach -- 9.4.2 Pseudo Ranges Approach -- 9.4.2.1 Theoretical Aspects -- 9.5 Repealites -- 9.5.1 Proposed System Architecture
  • 9.5.2 Advantages -- 9.5.3 Limitations -- 9.6 Grin-Locs -- 9.6.1 Double Antenna -- 9.6.1.1 Angle Approach -- 9.6.1.2 Quadrics Approach -- 9.6.2 Resolution in Case of Several Double Antennas -- 9.6.2.1 Positioning with the Angle Approach -- 9.6.2.2 Positioning with the Quadric Approach -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 Wide Area Indoor Positioning: Block, City, and County Approaches -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Amateur Radio -- 10.3 ISM Radio Bands (433/868/ ... MHz) -- 10.4 Mobile Networks -- 10.4.1 First Networks (GSM) -- 10.4.2 Modern Networks (3G, 4G, and 5G) -- 10.5 LoRa and SigFox -- 10.6 AM/FM Radio -- 10.7 TV -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11 Worldwide Indoor Positioning Technologies: Achievable Performance -- 11.1 Argos and COSPAS-SARSAT Systems -- 11.1.1 Argos System -- 11.1.2 COSPAS-SARSAT System -- 11.2 GNSS -- 11.3 High-Accuracy GNSS -- 11.3.1 HS-GNSS -- 11.3.2 A-GNSS -- 11.4 Magnetometer -- 11.5 Pressure Sensor -- 11.6 Radio Signals of Opportunity -- 11.7 Wired Networks -- Bibliography -- Chapter 12 Combining Techniques and Technologies -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Fusion and Hybridization -- 12.2.1 Strategies for Combining Technologies -- 12.2.2 Strategies for Choosing the Optimal Data -- 12.2.2.1 Least Squares Method -- 12.2.3 Classification and Estimators -- 12.2.4 Filtering -- 12.3 Collaborative Approaches -- 12.3.1 Approach Using Doppler Measurements to Estimate Velocities -- 12.3.2 Approach Using Doppler Measurements in Case Some Nodes Are Fixed -- 12.3.3 Approach Using Doppler Measurements to Estimate Angles -- 12.3.4 Approach Using Distance Measurements -- 12.3.5 Approach Analyzing the Deformation of the Network -- 12.3.6 Comments -- 12.4 General Discussion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 13 Maps -- 13.1 Map: Not Just an Image -- 13.2 Indoor Poses Specific Problems -- 13.3 Map Representations -- 13.4 Recording Tools
  • 13.5 Some Examples of the Use of Indoor Mapping -- 13.5.1 Some Guiding Applications -- 13.5.2 Some Services Associated with Mapping -- 13.6 Synthesis -- Bibliography -- Chapter 14 Synthesis and Possible Forthcoming "Evolution" -- 14.1 Indoor Positioning: Signals of Opportunity or Local Infrastructure? -- 14.1.1 A Few Constrained Selections -- 14.1.2 Comparison of Three Approaches and Discussion -- 14.1.2.1 Inverted GNSS Radar -- 14.1.2.2 NFC-Distributed System and Its Map -- 14.1.2.3 Cooperative Approach Between Communicating Terminals -- 14.2 Discussion -- 14.3 Possible Evolution of Everybody's Daily Life -- 14.3.1 Student's Day -- 14.3.1.1 Morning Session at the University -- 14.3.2 Improving an Outpatient's Visit to Hospital -- 14.3.2.1 Preparation of the "Journeys" -- 14.3.2.2 Displacements of Patients and Automatic Rescheduling -- 14.3.2.3 Reports -- Analytics -- 14.3.3 Flow of People in Public Places -- 14.4 Internet of Things and Internet of Everything -- 14.5 Possible Future Approaches -- 14.6 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- EULA
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1 online resource
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online
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9781119421856
Lccn
2019017747
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computer
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remote
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  • on1097366504
  • (OCoLC)1097366504
Label
Indoor positioning : technologies and performance, Nel Samama, Electronics and Physics Department, Institut Mines-Telecom, France
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 A Little Piece of History ... -- 1.1 The First Age of Navigation -- 1.2 Longitude Problem and Importance of Time -- 1.3 Link Between Time and Space -- 1.3.1 A Brief History of the Evolution of the Perception of Time -- 1.3.2 Comparison with the Possible Change in Our Perception of Space -- 1.4 The Radio Age -- 1.5 First Terrestrial Positioning Systems -- 1.6 The Era of Artificial Satellites -- 1.6.1 GPS System -- 1.7 New Problem: Availability and Accuracy of Positioning Systems -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 What Exactly Is the Indoor Positioning Problem? -- 2.1 General Introduction to Indoor Positioning -- 2.1.1 Basic Problem: Example of the Navigation Application -- 2.1.2 The "Perceived" Needs -- 2.1.3 Wide Range of Possible Technologies -- 2.1.4 Comments on the "Best" Solution -- 2.1.4.1 Local or Global Coverage -- 2.1.4.2 With or Without Local Infrastructure -- 2.2 Is Indoor Positioning the Next "Longitude Problem"? -- 2.3 Quick Summary of the Indoor Problem -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 General Introduction to Positioning Techniques and Their Associated Difficulties -- 3.1 Angle-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.1.1 Pure Angle-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.1.2 Triangulation-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2 Distance-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2.1 Distances to Known Environment-Based Positioning Technique -- 3.2.2 Radar Method -- 3.2.3 Hyperbolic Method -- 3.2.4 Mobile Telecommunication Networks -- 3.3 Doppler-Based Positioning Approach -- 3.3.1 Doppler Radar Method -- 3.3.2 Doppler Positioning Approach -- 3.4 Physical Quantity-Based Positioning Approaches -- 3.4.1 Luminosity Measurements -- 3.4.2 Local Networks -- 3.4.3 Attitude and Heading Reference System -- 3.4.3.1 Accelerometers -- 3.4.3.2 Gyrometers -- 3.4.3.3 Odometers
  • 3.4.3.4 Magnetometers -- 3.5 Image-Based Positioning Approach -- 3.6 ILS, MLS, VOR, and DME -- 3.7 Summary -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Various Possible Classifications of Indoor Technologies -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Parameters to Be Considered -- 4.3 Discussion About These Parameters -- 4.3.1 Parameters Related to the Hardware of the System -- 4.3.2 Parameters Related to the Type and Performances of the System -- 4.3.3 Parameters Related to the Real Implementation of the System -- 4.3.4 Parameters Related to the Physical Aspects of the System -- 4.4 Technologies Considered -- 4.5 Complete Tables -- 4.6 Playing with the Complete Table -- 4.7 Selected Approach for the Rest of the Book -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Proximity Technologies: Approaches, Performance, and Limitations -- 5.1 Bar Codes -- 5.2 Contactless Cards and Credit Cards -- 5.3 Image Recognition -- 5.4 Near-Field Communication -- NFC -- 5.5 QR Codes -- 5.6 Discussion of Other Technologies -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Room-Restricted Technologies: Challenges and Reliability -- 6.1 Image Markers -- 6.2 Infrared Sensors -- 6.3 Laser -- 6.4 Lidar -- 6.5 Sonar -- 6.6 Ultrasound Sensors -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 "Set of Rooms" Technologies -- 7.1 Radar -- 7.2 RFID -- 7.3 UWB -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 Building Range Technologies -- 8.1 Accelerometer -- 8.2 Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy -- 8.3 Gyrometer -- 8.4 Image-Relative Displacement -- 8.5 Image SLAM -- 8.6 LiFi -- 8.7 Light Opportunity -- 8.8 Sound -- 8.9 Theodolite -- 8.10 WiFi -- 8.11 Symbolic WiFi -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 Building Range Technologies: The Specific Case of Indoor GNSS -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Concept of Local Transmitters -- 9.3 Pseudolites -- 9.4 Repeaters -- 9.4.1 Clock Bias Approach -- 9.4.2 Pseudo Ranges Approach -- 9.4.2.1 Theoretical Aspects -- 9.5 Repealites -- 9.5.1 Proposed System Architecture
  • 9.5.2 Advantages -- 9.5.3 Limitations -- 9.6 Grin-Locs -- 9.6.1 Double Antenna -- 9.6.1.1 Angle Approach -- 9.6.1.2 Quadrics Approach -- 9.6.2 Resolution in Case of Several Double Antennas -- 9.6.2.1 Positioning with the Angle Approach -- 9.6.2.2 Positioning with the Quadric Approach -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 Wide Area Indoor Positioning: Block, City, and County Approaches -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Amateur Radio -- 10.3 ISM Radio Bands (433/868/ ... MHz) -- 10.4 Mobile Networks -- 10.4.1 First Networks (GSM) -- 10.4.2 Modern Networks (3G, 4G, and 5G) -- 10.5 LoRa and SigFox -- 10.6 AM/FM Radio -- 10.7 TV -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11 Worldwide Indoor Positioning Technologies: Achievable Performance -- 11.1 Argos and COSPAS-SARSAT Systems -- 11.1.1 Argos System -- 11.1.2 COSPAS-SARSAT System -- 11.2 GNSS -- 11.3 High-Accuracy GNSS -- 11.3.1 HS-GNSS -- 11.3.2 A-GNSS -- 11.4 Magnetometer -- 11.5 Pressure Sensor -- 11.6 Radio Signals of Opportunity -- 11.7 Wired Networks -- Bibliography -- Chapter 12 Combining Techniques and Technologies -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Fusion and Hybridization -- 12.2.1 Strategies for Combining Technologies -- 12.2.2 Strategies for Choosing the Optimal Data -- 12.2.2.1 Least Squares Method -- 12.2.3 Classification and Estimators -- 12.2.4 Filtering -- 12.3 Collaborative Approaches -- 12.3.1 Approach Using Doppler Measurements to Estimate Velocities -- 12.3.2 Approach Using Doppler Measurements in Case Some Nodes Are Fixed -- 12.3.3 Approach Using Doppler Measurements to Estimate Angles -- 12.3.4 Approach Using Distance Measurements -- 12.3.5 Approach Analyzing the Deformation of the Network -- 12.3.6 Comments -- 12.4 General Discussion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 13 Maps -- 13.1 Map: Not Just an Image -- 13.2 Indoor Poses Specific Problems -- 13.3 Map Representations -- 13.4 Recording Tools
  • 13.5 Some Examples of the Use of Indoor Mapping -- 13.5.1 Some Guiding Applications -- 13.5.2 Some Services Associated with Mapping -- 13.6 Synthesis -- Bibliography -- Chapter 14 Synthesis and Possible Forthcoming "Evolution" -- 14.1 Indoor Positioning: Signals of Opportunity or Local Infrastructure? -- 14.1.1 A Few Constrained Selections -- 14.1.2 Comparison of Three Approaches and Discussion -- 14.1.2.1 Inverted GNSS Radar -- 14.1.2.2 NFC-Distributed System and Its Map -- 14.1.2.3 Cooperative Approach Between Communicating Terminals -- 14.2 Discussion -- 14.3 Possible Evolution of Everybody's Daily Life -- 14.3.1 Student's Day -- 14.3.1.1 Morning Session at the University -- 14.3.2 Improving an Outpatient's Visit to Hospital -- 14.3.2.1 Preparation of the "Journeys" -- 14.3.2.2 Displacements of Patients and Automatic Rescheduling -- 14.3.2.3 Reports -- Analytics -- 14.3.3 Flow of People in Public Places -- 14.4 Internet of Things and Internet of Everything -- 14.5 Possible Future Approaches -- 14.6 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index -- EULA
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119421856
Lccn
2019017747
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1097366504
  • (OCoLC)1097366504

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