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Developing Landmark-Based Pedestrian-Navigation Systems

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2 Author(s)
Millonig, A. ; Arsenal Res., Human Centered Mobility Technol., Vienna, VA ; Schechtner, K.

Pedestrian-navigation services enable people to retrieve precise instructions to reach a specific location. However, the development of mobile spatial-information technologies for pedestrians is still at the beginning and faces several difficulties. As the spatial behavior of people on foot differs in many ways from the driver's performance, common concepts for car-navigation services are not suitable for pedestrian navigation. Particularly, the usage of landmarks is vitally important in human navigation. This contribution points out the main requirements for pedestrian-navigation technologies and presents an approach to identify pedestrian flows and to imply landmark information into navigation services for pedestrians

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Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 1 )