Indoor navigation: wiki Technical terms explained

Indoor navigation using Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a short-distance data transmission technology that can be used for indoor positioning.

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Using beacons for indoor navigation

Find out how beacons can be used for indoor navigation.

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Trilateration and triangulation

Information about how triangulation and trilateration can be used for indoor positioning.

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Visible Light Communication (VLC)

Visible light communication can transmit data via light and can be used for indoor navigation.

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Smartphone sensor fusion

Smartphone sensors can be used for indoor navigation.

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Indoor positioning - alternatives to GPS

How does indoor positioning inside buildings work? What are the alternatives to GPS?

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Client and server-based indoor positioning

When ist comes to indoor positioning, a distinction can be made between client-based and server-based positioning.

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Indoor navigation using Wi-Fi

How does indoor positioning with Wi-Fi work? What are the pros and cons?

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Indoor localization with RFID (radio-frequency identification)

How can RFID be used for indoor positioning?

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Indoor Positioning with Ultra-wideband

How can ultra-wideband (UWB) be used for indoor positioning?

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Indoor Positioning via LoRaWAN

LoRaWAN is a low power radio system for wireless data transmission over long distances.

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