This paper presents two algorithms, non-linear regression and Kalman filtering, that fuse heterogeneous data (pseudorange and angle-of-arrival) from an ultra-wideband positioning system. The performance of both the algorithms is evaluated using real data from two deployments, for both static and dynamic scenarios. We also consider the effectiveness of the proposed algorithms for systems with reduced infrastructure (lower deployment density), and for lower-complexity sensing platforms which are only capable of providing either pseudorange or angle-of-arrival.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|Workshop||Fourth International Symposium on Location and Context Awareness (LoCA 2009), Co-located with Pervasive09|
|Period||7/05/09 → 8/05/09|
|Other||7-8 May 2009|