PhD - Computer Science An Indoor Localisation System Based on Ubiquitous Technology August 2012 - February 2017 (Defended June 2017; Graduated December 2017) University of Otago
Indoor localisation systems are concerned with locating people or devices indoors without the support of GPS. A key challenge is to derive accurate location estimates. The thesis explores, and improves upon, the accuracy of two different signal strength based approaches. The final contribution is to reduce the effort needed to deploy an indoor localisation system via crowd sourcing.