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ACM SIGBED Review
Location awareness is a key requirement for many pervasive applications. Collaborative localization can improve accuracy and coverage indoors and improve power consumption by duty-cycling GPS outdoors. We use Bluetooth for collaborative localization of mobile personal devices. Specifically, we embed information in Bluetooth device names to improve latency of information exchange between participating nodes. We identify and demonstrate on real hardware two problems in the Bluetooth stack thatdoi:10.1145/2367580.2367585 fatcat:zkya45uvurel7leackbijx77qy