There exits numerous competing methods for indoor navigation on the market, some more similar with out model than others. In this blog post these method are compared technically
WiFi-positioning systems are built on two things: the received signal strength of the device being positioned and the fingerprint of ...
During our weekly meeting we decided to do some research on some already existing technologies (and those under constant development) for indoor localization, focusing on the work done by our supervising professor Antti Ylä-Jääski and his research ...
For outdoor use GPS (Global Positioning System) has established itself as a standard for locating objects and people. Unfortunately indoors the GPS does not often work and the accuracy is not enough for many applications. There are many alternative methods for indoor navigation that are based on different technologies ...
We had a meeting with out supervising professor Antti Ylä-Jääski and two his colleagues. We had a discussed about the structure of motion (SFM) technology [OpenSFM], [OpenGVS], [VisualSFM], its applications to real life and his group's research on the subject. They had succesfully applied the technology to indoor modelling ...
We met at the CS building to discuss the first steps of our project. After an intesive photoshoot to capture our freely flowing creative process, we soon arrived at a satisfactory title for our party: 3+4Dudes. After some brief discussion about blog-keeping tools, we began talking about the scope ...
Plans and Goals for the first week
- Meeting up with our contact professor
- Project Branding
- Creating a project blog
- Name the project
- Design a logo and icon
- Project Managment
- Planning the allocation of time
- Keeping track of workhours
- Flowchart of the project
- Defining the problem and how to ...