Program

 

melt 2010

Technical Program


9:15a Opening Remarks


Session I: Mobility Tracking


9:30a

Spatial Extension of the Reality Mining Dataset

Michal Ficek, Lukas Kencl (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)

[ficek-kencl.pdf]


10:00a

Coffee break


Session II: Positioning


10:30a

Precise Time of Flight Measurements in IEEE 802.11 Networks by Cross-Correlating the Sampled Signal with a Continuous Barker Code

Stefan König, Mark Schmidt, Christian Hoene (Universität Tübingen, Germany)

[konig-schmidt-hoene.pdf]


11:00a

A Feasibility Study of RIP Using 2.4 GHz 802.15.4 Radios

B Dil, Paul Havinga (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

[dil-havinga.pdf]


11:30a

Wireless positioning using the Signal Strength Difference on Arrival

Stefanos Papadakis (ICS-FORTH, Greece); Apostolos Traganitis (University of Crete, Greece)

[papadakis-traganitis.pdf]


12:00p

Lunch


Session III: Navigation and Mapping


1:30p

Real-Time Indoor Mapping for Mobile Robots with Limited Sensing

Ying Zhang and Juan Liu (Palo Alto Research Center, USA)

[zhang-liu.pdf]


2:00p

ProbIN: Probabilistic Inertial Navigation

Thanh-Le Nguyen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, USA); Joy Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Martin Griss (Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, USA)

[nguyen-zhang-griss.pdf]


2:30p

Pose Estimation with Radio-Controlled Visual Markers

Edwin Rijpkema, Kavitha Muthukrishnan, Stefan Dulman, Koen Langendoen (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)

[rijpkema-muthukrishnan.pdf]


3:00p

Coffee break


Industrial Panel Session


3:30p

Panelists:

Richard Fuller, Broadcom, Santa Clara, CA

Jeffrey Hightower, Intel Research Labs, Seattle, WA

Saumitra Das, Qualcomm Research Center, Santa Clara, CA


Opening questions:


  1. 1.What open research challenges do you foresee in the area of mobile entity localization and tracking?

  2. 2.What are the market drivers fostering adoption of new MELT services?


Closing


4:30p

Closing remarks and awards