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User requirements for localization and tracking technology: A survey of mission-specific needs and constraints
2010 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation
Current advances in localization and tracking technology have the potential to develop into much-needed tools for the saving of lives in emergency response and rescue missions, and for the safe-keeping of lives in military operations. However, civilian and military users face different environments and consequently have different user requirements. Even within the two broad fields of civilian and military applications, different types of personnel and indeed different types of missions facedoi:10.1109/ipin.2010.5646765 fatcat:3f5uee7msrarni4gnckx2mr2gm