Triibe - Tracking Indoor Information Behaviour
Grant number: LP120200413 | Funding period: 2013 - 2017
This project will research the passive tracking of user's mobile devices in indoor spaces correlating their spatial behaviour with their information needs to deliver personalised information. The project will create a system that enables owners of large buildings (for example, shopping malls, airports, universities) to better manage their spaces and services.
Related publications (7)
Understanding the predictability of user demographics from cyber-physical-social behaviours in indoor retail spaces
Yongli Ren, Martin Tomko, Flora D Salim, Jeffrey Chan, Mark Sanderson
Understanding the association between customer demographics and behaviour is critical for operators of indoor retail spaces. This ..
D-Log: A WiFi Log-based differential scheme for enhanced indoor localization with single RSSI source and infrequent sampling rate
Y Ren, FD Salim, M Tomko, YB Bai, J Chan, KK Qin, M Sanderson
Currently, large amounts of Wi-Fi access logs are collected in diverse indoor environments, but cannot be widely used for fine-gra..