Smartphone-based Intelligent Driving Data Recorder (DDR)
Analyzing customer context including behaviour and location in the real shop is important as they can be highly utilized for marketing strategies. In this work, a customer context analysis system that combines context-based map matching and activity recognition using smartphone built-in sensors is proposed.
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Recently, there has been an increased demand for understanding the behaviour and position of people within large-scale indoor facilities. In this research, we propose an low-cost system to determine a person's activity and indoor positioning using only smartphone sensors (accelerometer and gyroscope).
positioning and mapping
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