Ubiquitous Tracking using Motion and Location Sensor with Application to Smartphone
In this paper, a cost efficient fusion scheme, Ubiquitous Tracking with Motion and Location Sensor (UTMLS), is proposed for the accurate localization and tracking in mixed GPS-friendly, GPS-challenging, and GPS-denied scenario. The proposed drift-reduction method in UTMLS addresses the cumulating error issue in the indoor tracking with the consumer grade motion sensor. The proposed hypothesis test method in UTMLS improves the tracking sensor fusion precision by detecting distorted GPS reports and intelligently switching between GPS and inertial sensor based schemes. The proposed scheme is instantiated and implemented on an Android smartphone platform. Experiments have been conducted to evaluate and validate the accuracy. Experimental results show that 1) the proposed drift-reduction method effectively suppresses the non-GPS tracking error accumulation due to the integration of acceleration noise with time 2) UTMLS realizes robust indoor/outdoor seamless tracking, preventing GPS fault estimates introduced tracking error in the conventional Kalman filtering process.
L. Wang et al., "Ubiquitous Tracking using Motion and Location Sensor with Application to Smartphone," Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (2017, Hong Kong, China), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 2017.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/SMARTCOMP.2017.7947056
2017 IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing, SMARTCOMP 2017 (2017: May 29-31, Hong Kong, China)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Android (operating system); Errors; Kalman filters; Motion analysis; Sensors; Signal encoding; Smartphones; Testing; Android; Android smartphone; Hypothesis tests; Inertial sensor; Kalman-filtering; Localization; Localization and tracking; Location sensors; Global positioning system; GPS; IMU
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01 May 2017