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Inertial sensors for indoor localisation and tracking

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As the quality of MEMS inertial sensors continues to improve, so does their potential use for indoor localisation and tracking. The first half of this talk will describe algorithms developed as part of my Ph.D. research, which are capable of locating and subsequently tracking a pedestrian to metre level accuracy using only a foot-mounted inertial sensor and a map of the environment. The second half of the talk will outline areas of possible future research, the potential generalisation of such techniques to the tracking of arbitrary objects, and the theoretical limitations of such an approach.

I am making some of the code that I wrote during my Ph.D. available to the lab. Time permitting, I will give an overview of this code and present some simple examples of its use.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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