Scientific and Technical Journal


ISSN Print 2221-3937
ISSN Online 2221-3805
The article author consider wireless network technologies, in particular, the possibilities provided by the standards of WiFi, ZigBee, BLE 4.0, RFI and LTE. However, when using indoor-navigation systems, there remain problems with the accuracy of determining the coordinates, the speed of processing data, and determining the correct route. To correctly display an object in-door location, it is impotent todetermine the current coordinates, compare the position with the cartographic representation, and update the location in real time and check the correspondence of the current position with the theoretical route. The authors analysis method of object positioning on the basis of iBeacon signal, accelerometer values&Kalman filter. In the article it is suggested an integrated method for determining the current location. The object position were obtained in several ways and after the correction the route was constructed. To display the position on the map, you must have a map view of the room with the marked position of each iBeacon-beacon and be able to navigate the route. For this purpose, an algorithm was used to find the shortest path through two points and searching for the shortest path to the specified beacon are presented. The application consists of a CMS(content management system) and an Android mobile application.
DOI 10.15276/eltecs.25.101.2017.31
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