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Field Trial on the Efficiency and User Experience of GPS based State of the Art navigational Systems for Pedestrians

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6 Author(s)
Modsching, M. ; Univ. of Appl. Sci. Zittau/Gorlitz, Gorlitz ; Kramer, R. ; Riebeck, M. ; Stark, A.
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Context-enabled applications are more and more establishing on the market. A key feature for those tools is the ability to connect the current user state and position to possible activities nearby. Thus it is crucial to a mobile application to be able helping the tourists to find and guide them to appropriate activities. This paper will separately address the navigational component and evaluate the efficiency of several systems currently available. All of these systems are based on current state of the art approaches and are easily expandable to different locations meaning there isn't any adaptation needed, running the system in other cities. At the end the paper will come up with a recommendation for the most suited system to be integrated into mobile applications under current conditions.

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Positioning, Navigation and Communication, 2007. WPNC '07. 4th Workshop on

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22-22 March 2007