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A Mechanism to identify Indoor or Outdoor Location for Three Dimensional Geofence
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A Mechanism to identify Indoor or Outdoor Location for Three Dimensional Geofence
Eom, Young-Hyun; Choi, Young-Keun; Cho, Sungkuk; Jeon, Byungkook;
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 Abstract
Geofence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographical area, which could be statically or dynamically established the specified area if necessary. Many geofencing applications incorporate 2D(two-dimensional) map such as the Google map, allowing administrators to define boundaries on top of a satellite view of a specific geographical area. But these applications do not provide 3D(three-dimensional) spatial information as well as 2D location information no matter where indoor or outdoor. Therefore we propose a mechanism to identify indoor or outdoor location for 3D geofence, and implement 3D geofence using smartphone. The proposed mechanism identifies the position information on 3D geofence regardless of indoor or outdoor, inter-floor with only GPS and WiFi. In the near future, 3D geofence as well as LBS are promising applications that become possible when IoT can become organized and connected by location.
 Keywords
LBS;Geofence;3D Geofence;Location-Awareness;IoT;
 Language
Korean
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