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The Great Indoors: The Next Frontier in Location-Based Services

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Indoor positioning is an extremely challenging problem since traditional positioning systems such as GPS either fail completely indoors or fail to provide the desired level of accuracy. This talk will discuss multiple sources of information including radio measurements, sensor data and building maps that can be used for indoor positioning and describe how probabilistic inference techniques can be used to combine these to obtain precise indoor location on a smartphone.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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