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Title: Can Near Field Communication Solve The Limitations in Mobile Indoor Navigation?
Authors: Sakpere, Wilson 
Adeyeye, Michael 
Keywords: Indoor Environments, Indoor Navigation, Indoor Positioning, Localisation, Near Field Communication (NFC), Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID), RFID/NFC tag, Wayfinding
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: IGI Global
Source: Sakpere, W. E. & Adeyeye, M. O. 2015. Can Near Field Communication Solve The Limitations in Mobile Indoor Navigation? In Lee, I. (ed.). RFID Technology Integration for Business Performance Improvement, Hershey, PA: IGI Global: 52-79.
Abstract: The navigation ecosystem is rapidly changing. Indoor navigation has attracted attention with the introduction of mobile devices into the market. Although mobile devices are used more often for outdoor navigation, they have opened up opportunities for indoor navigation proponents. Near Field Communication in indoor navigation is still in its exploratory stage. Despite an increase in the variety of indoor navigation research, challenges remain in designing a framework that is neither complex nor expensive. NFC is a novel method of navigating in indoor environments. Providing an overview of its benefits and usefulness compared with existing indoor navigation technologies is the subject of this chapter.
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