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RoVaR: Robust Multi-agent Tracking through Dual-layer Diversity in Visual and RF Sensor Fusion [article]

Mallesham Dasari, Ramanujan K Sheshadri, Karthikeyan Sundaresan, Samir R. Das
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Yet, today's solutions are unable to deliver robust and high tracking accuracies across multiple agents in practical, everyday environments - a feature central to the future of immersive and collaborative  ...  We demonstrate that the fusion of complementary tracking modalities, - passive/relative (e.g., visual odometry) and active/absolute tracking (e.g., infrastructure-assisted RF localization) offer a key  ...  RoVaR: We propose RoVaR (Fig. 1 ): an accurate and robust multi-agent tracking solution sufficiently lightweight to run in real-time on a low-end portable GPU device.  ... 
arXiv:2207.02792v1 fatcat:ltfo6w6knrcfzhp4korrekb7wu

LOCATE-US: Indoor Positioning for Mobile Devices Using Encoded Ultrasonic Signals, Inertial Sensors and Graph-Matching

David Gualda, María Carmen Pérez-Rubio, Jesús Ureña, Sergio Pérez-Bachiller, José Manuel Villadangos, Álvaro Hernández, Juan Jesús García, Ana Jiménez
2021 Sensors  
Indoor positioning remains a challenge and, despite much research and development carried out in the last decade, there is still no standard as with the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) outdoors  ...  The system architecture can easily incorporate new sensors in the future, such as UWB, RFiD or others.  ...  UWB emissions can partially penetrate walls and obstacles, although its accuracy and the maximum range significantly degrade in practice when operating indoors, especially due to the NLOS (Nonline of Sight  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21061950 pmid:33802216 pmcid:PMC8001629 fatcat:vutmagvzyrckfja7hewvuk7tpy

A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of Things

Filippo Costa, Simone Genovesi, Michele Borgese, Andrea Michel, Francesco Alessio Dicandia, Giuliano Manara
2021 Sensors  
Finally, a look at some sensing solutions available on the market are described and compared.  ...  A review of technological solutions for RFID sensing and their current or envisioned applications is presented.  ...  An example of a low-cost and low-power system for leaf sensing using a plant backscatter sensor tag is presented in [90] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21093138 pmid:33946500 fatcat:vscrk4aehneqpfemu3h2zc2tpq

RFID-Enabled Location Determination Within Indoor Environments

Kevin Curran, Stephen Norrby
2009 International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence (IJACI)  
The ability to track the real-time location and movement of items or people offers a broad range of useful applications in areas such as safety, security and the supply chain.  ...  The Global Positioning System (GPS), for example, cannot function indoors and is useful only over large-scaled areas such as an entire city.  ...  (UHF) tags offer much larger read ranges and data transfer rates than highfrequency and low-frequency tags, but there is a large increase in power consumption and a decrease in penetrative ability through  ... 
doi:10.4018/jaci.2009062205 fatcat:6khtribij5dzdi6qv57ujmo47u

CMOS Impulse Radar

Hakon A. Hjortland, Dag T. Wisland, Tor Sverre Lande, Claus Limbodal, Kjetil Meisal
2006 2006 NORCHIP  
Detailed explanations of when SSR systems should and should not be used in, are given. This includes analysis of their power consumption.  ...  In addition to using 1-bit signal processing, most of the CMOS implementations also utilize Impulse-Radio Ultra-WideBand (IR-UWB), and yet another commonality is that they can be used for Wireless Sensor  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Novelda AS for their useful suggestions on IR-UWB PG design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/norchp.2006.329248 fatcat:o2qc4htubfb5xp553m6avzl7uq

D7.1 – Deployment Plan and Operational Framework

ASSIST-IoT Consortium
2021 Zenodo  
D7.1 documents plan of activities for deploying ASSIST-IoT in pilot sites, including technical, organisational, and operational aspects.  ...  The IoT2040 is a robust, compact and flexible IoT gateway solution with a focus on the IoT environment and round off the SIMATIC IPC product range in the lower output range.  ...  The other three demonstrations (Demo-2 associated with BS-P1-2, and Demo-3/Demo-4 covering BS-P1-3) cannot be trialled in Malta environment until the commissioning of all resources regarding LIDAR and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6777446 fatcat:kmjblgy5jfea3hpcedigff7du4

Ubiquitous animated agents for augmented reality

Istvan Barakonyi, Dieter Schmalstieg
2006 2006 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality  
ABSTRACT Most of today's Augmented Reality (AR) systems operate as passive information browsers relying on a finite and deterministic world model and a predefined hardware and software infrastructure.  ...  This application seamlessly combines an indoor AR navigation system (a,c), an ultra-wideband calibration aid (b), and a machine maintenance application (d).  ...  The authors wish to thank Joseph Newman for valuable discussions on UbiAgent concepts, Daniel Wagner for his Muddleware and FPK software packages, and Gerhard Schall for his help with the Signpost system  ... 
doi:10.1109/ismar.2006.297806 dblp:conf/ismar/BarakonyiS06 fatcat:s4xf3eoymrhjle66yuk6lqzprq

SmartFactory—Towards a factory-of-things

Detlef Zuehlke
2010 Annual Reviews in Control  
A highly integrated, low-power and low-cost processor is extended with a memory and a wireless communications interface and affixed to each component in a mass market.  ...  They require a powerful network infrastructure to route the task data between the devices in real-time and are furthermore too devicedependant.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.arcontrol.2010.02.008 fatcat:feo6a3pbyjf63emupejy23s7h4

D7.2 – Pilot Scenario Implementation – First Version

ASSIST-IoT Consortium
2022 Zenodo  
The main disadvantage is the lack of any long-range wireless communication interface, such as WiFi or UWB.  ...  Pilot2_ValAct_ID9 UWB infrastructure validation: Same ValAct in Trial #1. Go to Section 3.2.2.4 for more details.  ...  Thus, a more technical-oriented prototype demo with the first integrated enablers has been considered to be more effective and be planned between the months 18th and 23 rd .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6777466 fatcat:w5vh65wkurfype7enxclb4gqhu

D3.4 Intermediate COREnect Industry Roadmap [article]

AUSTRALO
2022 Zenodo  
, all at low energy and cost.  ...  To achieve the upcoming needs from emerging applications in e.g., industrial automation, such connectivity systems need to offer extreme high capacity, extreme coverage, extreme low latency and high reliability  ...  RF filters are needed in the microwave range, especially in the low-GHz range.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5863480 fatcat:fvr57ujos5f2la2trwdtfurlb4

Front Matter

2022 2022 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC)  
For the development and commercialization of nonlinear system identification techniques in instrumentation and measurement applications Biography: Having spent much of his childhood designing and building  ...  various machines and measurement instruments in a home electronics shop and chemistry laboratory, Ian Hunter's passion is the creation of new instruments and measurement techniques at the micro scale  ...  We evaluate the proposed system in a typical indoor environment using a low-cost ultrasound hardware.  ... 
doi:10.1109/i2mtc48687.2022.9806666 fatcat:7evrav7yvzbfzcg253qc7mvqf4

Technical Program

2022 2022 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE)  
ambient light levels/ranges.  ...  Simulation results show that the proposed method can adapt to both ambient light levels and the scene content to keep the creative intent in different ambient conditions.  ...  Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.1 boosts indoor positioning solutions with its new direction finding features: the HAAT (high accuracy asset tracking) and the BT PIP (Bluetooth public indoor positioning),  ... 
doi:10.1109/icce53296.2022.9730380 fatcat:csqu3xqbczgdhpp3hbmvjpt26a

Advanced Photonic and Electronic Systems WILGA 2017

Ryszard S. Romaniuk
2017 International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications  
It traditionally gathers more than 350 young researchers and their tutors. Ph.D students and graduates present their recent achievements during well attended oral sessions.  ...  Wilga is a very good digest of Ph.D. works carried out at technical universities in electronics and photonics, as well as information sciences throughout Poland and some neighboring countries.  ...  Indoor localization system using SDR was constructed in ISE WUT. Existing solutions are expensive and require specialized hardware.  ... 
doi:10.1515/eletel-2017-0060 fatcat:uaiab4wmcjb33ao32d7q4tcucq

Recent developments of the Internet of Things in Agriculture: A Survey

Vippon Preet Kour, Sakshi Arora
2020 IEEE Access  
The public and private sector projects and startup's started all over the globe to provide smart and sustainable solutions in precision agriculture are also discussed.  ...  The tech industry is racing to provide more optimal solutions.  ...  Authors introduced a WiLD network and fog computing in the existing WSN-based solutions to cover long ranges with fewer delays.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3009298 fatcat:b7tt3mizaffbrgpaytazftaine

D3.3 – Use Cases Manual & Requirements and Business Analysis – Final

ASSIST-IoT Consortium
2022 Zenodo  
Final version of business scenarios, use cases and requirements. Defines dependencies, inter-relations and mapping of requirements onto business needs and technical solutions.  ...  of the RTG), or (ii) direct communication machine-to-machine by making use of low-range network or visual recognition solutions, such as QR, UWB, or BLE.  ...  Requirements involved R-P1-10, R-P1-11, R-P1-12, R-P1-13 KPI Two RTGs equipped with UWB geofencing services, and at least one TT and one external truck involved in the real-time demo will be identified  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6759023 fatcat:pvamcjk65nexzknatlem6lhxce
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