2019
Conference article  Open Access

What is next for Indoor Localisation? Taxonomy, protocols, and patterns for advanced Location Based Services

Furfari F., Crivello A., Barsocchi P., Palumbo F., Potortì F.

standards  Privacy  Protocols  Navigation  Taxonomy  Location Based Services  Indoor localisation integration  Indoor localisation taxonomy  Wireless fidelity  Smart phones  Standards 

Indoor localisation systems have been studied in the literature for more than ten years and nowadays are starting to approach the market. While technology is not mature yet, we can argue that the single biggest obstacle to wide adoption is the lack of standard ways to integrate different systems together. The missing pieces are a common taxonomy, definition of services, protocols. This work is an attempt to define what is next for indoor localisation systems in order to promote market adoption. It is a first high-level attempt at defining a taxonomy of indoor positioning systems, at outlining the main phases of a protocol for the utilisation of different cooperating indoor localisation systems, and at drawing a vision of services and applications in the close future.

Source: 2019 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN), 30 Sept.-3 Oct. 2019



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BibTeX entry
@inproceedings{oai:it.cnr:prodotti:411580,
	title = {What is next for Indoor Localisation? Taxonomy, protocols, and patterns for advanced Location Based Services},
	author = {Furfari F. and Crivello A. and Barsocchi P. and Palumbo F. and Potortì F.},
	doi = {10.1109/ipin.2019.8911759},
	booktitle = {2019 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN), 30 Sept.-3 Oct. 2019},
	year = {2019}
}