IPIN is pleased to announce the IPIN 2022 Indoor Localization Competition.
The competition is aimed at bringing together the academic and industrial research communities for evaluating different approaches and envisioning new methods for indoor and seamless localisation, an area where no generally accepted standards exist yet.
The competition builds on the experience of previous competitions and is based on the EvAAL framework, ensuring experience, solidity and a well-founded scientific method. The IPIN 2022 Indoor Localization Competition is entirely off-site. It hosts six different Tracks, all pedestrian-based and all indoor, unless specified:
- Track 2: Camera
- Track 3: Smartphone
- Track 4: Foot-mounted IMU
- Track 6: Smartphone on vehicle
- Track 7: CIR in warehouse
- Track 8: 5G in open-plan office