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Indore Navigation Mobile Application using Indore Positioning System (IPS)

Anusha Sanampudi

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

Indoor Positioning system (IPS) is the technology that is used to locate smart phones, people or other objects inside a building where Global Positioning System (GPS) doesn’t work or lack precision such as airports, underground locations, parking, multi-storey buildings etc…There is no fixed standard for implementing IPS rather it could be customized according to the location chosen. IPS in turn uses a number of technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Beacons, magnetic positioning, dead reckoning etc…Among the various technologies available studies prove that Magnetic localization provides a most efficient solution for Indoor positioning. Our paper focuses on building an indoor navigation mobile application for a retail store that allows users to search for a product and navigate them to the particular aisle in which the product is located. There by enabling the application to be location sensitive and context aware. In order to collect magnetic fingerprints and convert the obtained data into latitude and longitude values we make use of an API called IndoorAtlas, which helps in locating smart phones inside a building using the accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and Bluetooth in a mobile. Magnetic localization is the concept where deflections of magnetic field from the steel structures inside the building will be captured by the magnetometer and other sensors within a mobile and that will be used to locate a smart phone inside a building. The same application could be utilized for various use cases such as Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, museums & galleries, Libraries, Hospitals, Airports & stations, Shopping malls, Exhibition and Conferences.

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