Adaptive Landmark-based Pedestrian Navigation System with Hand-held and Wearable Devices
- Adaptive Landmark-based Pedestrian Navigation System with Hand-held and Wearable Devices
- 고희동; 유병현; 서대일; 김도연
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- Communications in Computer and Information Science
- VOL 618-384
- Mobile navigations help people to find route faster and easier. However, current pedestrian navigations provide the same route information as the instructions of car navigation with little consideration for pedestrians. Mobile pedestrian navigations should consider pedestrian walkways and device capabilities. In this paper, we propose a landmark-based navigation system for pedestrians based on the user’s locational context and the capabilities of hand-held and wearable devices. The system generates turn-by-turn routes and mashups landmarks with social media contents. The system provides context clues on wearable devices, and the overall context on hand-held devices to assist pedestrians who are unfamiliar with an area.
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