Development of A Wi-Fi Based Indoor Location System Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques

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Ismail Kirbas
Ayhan Dükkancı

Abstract

The main aim of this study is to resolve the problem of indoor positioning in closed areas, which has become a growing need nowadays, by using existing hardware solutions. Although the use of the GPS system, which requires satellite communication as an open space location solution, is very common, it cannot provide a solution for indoor. It is a well-known metric to measure signal strengths to determine distances between wireless nodes. However, the signal strength is affected by many external influences and causes erroneous measurements. With the developed approach, the transmission powers of the signals received from more than one transmitter located within a certain closed area are measured and given as an input to an artificial neural network. It has been seen that the outputs produced by the trained neural network are much more successful and reliable than the path-loss calculation.

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I. Kirbas and A. Dükkancı, “Development of A Wi-Fi Based Indoor Location System Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques”, DataSCI, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 8-12, Jul. 2019.
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