ILCM - Indoor Localization and Channel Modelling

  • Witrisal, Klaus (Co-Investigator (CoI))
  • Meissner, Paul (Co-Investigator (CoI))

Project: Research project

Project Details


Indoor localization is an important prerequisite for navigation inside buildings, large enclosed environments like tunnels or underground stations. A universal solution for this problem, similar to global positioning systems for outside areas, is far from being theoretically understood, solved or even commercially available. The root cause is the strong multipath propagation indoors. Hence, in this project we will address the detailed modelling of wireless indoor wave propagation for mobile users and based on this localization algorithms are being developed and tested. The work addresses Indoor Localization in RT6 Information Exploitation of FTWs research programme. This project is also aiming at ensuring a sustainable collaboration between the project partners. The required interaction in the context of this projects helps to build a solid communication basis for further collaborations (e.g. in Application-oriented Projects with partners from industry or in nationally / EU-funded projects).
Effective start/end date1/11/1231/12/14


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