tutorial1 pedestrian dead-reckoning (PDR) sep. 18 13:00 - 16:00
tutorial registration is required -- closed
Antonio R. Jiménez
CAR (Centre for Automation and Robotics)
CSIC (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cietíficas/UPM
Max participants: 24 reservation closed
This tutorial presents the basics of pedestrian motion estimation using inertial measurements units. The concept of inertial navigation (INS) using accelerometers and gyroscopes is described and the main problems for a practical implementation with MEMS IMUs are highlighted. Two different practical approaches are presented for accurate pedestrian relative position estimation:
- PDR based on INS mechanization supported by zero velocity
- PDR based on stride length and heading estimation.
The tutorial starts with a theoretical session and it is followed by an additional practical one that includes Matlab code execution and some parameter tuning in order to better understand the fundamental approaches and difficulties. Attendees will be requested to record their own walking experiments using their own mobile phone (Android App has to be installed for that purpose). A final evaluation using a gaming environment (Kahoot) will be done at the end of the tutorial in order to check the understanding of PDR concepts.
Any graduate or master student in ICT technologies (computer science, electronic, telecommunications or engineering degrees) wanting to learn the basic principles and algorithms behind PDR technology.
- Participants should carry with them a Laptop computer (any operating system is valid: Mac / Linux / Windows).
- Octave software should be installed in your computer for testing the Matlab code provided at the tutorial. Octave is freely available at: https://www.gnu.org/software/octave/download.html.
- A smartphone with Android operating system is needed for one of the practices. The "GetSensorData.apk" app should be installed for that purpose, which is available at: http://lopsi.weebly.com/downloads.html. Log_files in your phone created with this app must be transferable to your laptop computer via your own USB cable or other wireless connection of your wish (Bluetooth, e-mail).
Workshop 1 Third Asia-Pacific Workshop on Precise Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (APIPIN) Sep. 18 10:00 - 13:00
IPIN conference participants: free admission. Non IPIN conference participants: required workshop registration
Third APIPIN offers an opportunity to exchange and discuss ideas and thoughts regarding the scope of research related to indoor positioning and its applications. The theme is basically same as IPIN 2017, but it more focuses on ongoing works and unmature but interesting researches.
Call for Presentations
In this workshop, all presenters will make oral presentations of their ongoing researches.
Presenters of IPIN2017 is not necessary to upload any materials. The other presenters should upload presentation slide as PDF. The uploaded slide is just for confirmation of the contents of presentation. Just APIPIN2017 organizers check the slide.
Deadline of presenter registration: August 21
Presenters are requested to notify the titles of presentation with this form.
Katsuhiko Kaji, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
Sangjoon Park, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), South Korea
Takeshi Kurata, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
Workshop 2 Summary of IPIN2017 (in Japanese) Sep. 21 14:10 - 17:10
free admission! register your name here.
In this workshop, several researchers summarize IPIN2017 sessions and explain the trend and latest achievement of indoor positioning/navigation technology. Because the main target is Japanese company that is interested in indoor positioning/navigation technology, language of the workshop is Japanese.
Invited talk from Dr. Takeshi Shimmura (GANKO Food Service Co., Ltd. / National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science)
Summary of IPIN2017 sessions.
Call for IPIN2017 Workshops/Tutorials
This is a call for proposals for workshops/tutorials which will be held in conjunction with IPIN 2017 conference. They will focus on the specific issues at the forefront of indoor positioning and indoor navigation; provide collaboration, exchanging space for researchers, industry practitioners to share their experience, vision and results.
The proposal should include the following information:
- Which is your proposal: Workshop or Tutorial
- Objectives and motivation
- Prior history of the tutorial/workshop and number of past attendees, if applicable,
- Detailed outline of the tutorial/workshop
- Time schedule(harf-day or one-day)
- Short biography of the representative(s)
Proposals should be prepared as a single PDF file and sent via email to all workshops chairs. Enquiries can also be sent to any one of the workshops chairs.
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2017
Notification: ongoing as received
Workshop, Tutorial Chairs::