During the third week of January some of us attended the IEEE CONECCT conference. Thereat Isaac Skog and John-Olof Nilsson gave a tutorial on pedestrian tracking by means of foot-mounted inertial sensors and on cooperative localization. Too late to attend but once we have hade time to clean out excessively large video-clips from the presentations we will try to upload them here.
Archive for February, 2013
Due to excessive workload, there has been no updates on this homepage for a while. No we’re back to normal levels so I’ll try to write some posts about what has happend since the end of last year. First of all, during the second week of January we joined up with our Indian collegues for a workshop at IISc. Below is a photo of the attendees of the workshop.
The workshop concerned multiple areas within the localization research conducted at KTH and IISc and therefore naturaly also the OpenShoe project, or rather primarily the use of the OpenShoe units. The people at IISc has recently published the paper Data Fusion of Dual Foot-Mounted INS to Reduce the Systematic Heading Drift (See Publications) and we had a small benchmark test comparing the solution to the sensor fusion solutions earlier developed at KTH. Benchmark tests going on: