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An Indoor Tracking System Based on Bluetooth Technology

Opoku, Samuel King;
Open Access English
  • Published: 13 Sep 2012
Abstract
Implementations of tracking systems have become prevalent issues in modern technology due to its advantage of location detection of objects. Objects are usually tracked using trackers based on GPS, GSM, RFID and Bluetooth signal strength implementation. These mechanisms usually require line of sight operations, limited coverage and low level programming language for accessing Bluetooth signal strength. This paper presents an alternative technique for tracking the movement of indoor objects based on Bluetooth communication technology, principles of motion and least square statistical method. Algorithms are designed and implemented using Java
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture
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