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Indoor Navigation: Results of the FCC’s CSRIC Bay Area Trials

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Sponsored by: Hemisphere GNSS
Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Moderator: Alan Cameron, Editor & Publisher, GPS World
Speakers: Khaled Dessouky,Ph.D,Founder and Executive Vice President, TechnoCom Corporation; Ganesh Pattabiraman, Co-Founder, President and COO, NextNav; Norm Shaw, Executive Director, Government Affairs and Business Development, Polaris Wireless; Greg Turetzky, Senior Marketing Director, Location Strategy, CSR, plc
Summary: The Communications Security, Reliability, and Interoperability Council (CSRIC) of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released results of intensive indoor location trials of various technology solutions. Conducted by Working Group 3, the tests trialled thousands of attempted location fixes in four representative morphologies (dense urban, urban, suburban, rural) and various building types. The CSRIC results will shape FCC-mandated position-reporting requirements for cell phones – and will drive future development of all indoor positioning applications. Four key participants, closely involved in the months-long CSRIC trials, provide critical information, insight, and perspective on this groundbreaking study.

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