Ubiquitous Intelligent Floor Combined Positioning Method Based on Fusion of Bluetooth Signal and Barometer

Rong Na, Min Yu, Mengqi Yu

Abstract


Of the indoor floor location and complex environment, this paper, we research the Bluetooth signal attenuation of signal in multi-storey buildings, was proposed based on the Bluetooth signal and the barometer of fusion in intelligent floor combination positioning method, according to the structure of the building and receive the number of AP switch under different indoor environment using the matching algorithm, to adapt to a wider range and higher accuracy. In the case of less AP, the experimental results show that the static floor positioning accuracy reaches 95% in different building environments.


Keywords


Floor Positioning; Signal Attenuation; Bluetooth; Air pressure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/esta.v8i4.207

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