Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 Abstract This presentation describes possible use cases for geo- location using 802.11ah in difficult environments (GPS denied). Slide 2Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc. July, 2011
Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 Overview Lower frequencies improve location range and accuracy indoors. Multiple use cases. Field trials show promise. Slide 3Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc. July, 2011
Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 Large Market Opportunity Juniper Research published a report which said the market for location-based services (think mobile check- in games like Foursquare, social networks like Loopt, location-enabled apps like Google Maps, etc.) will bring in revenues of more than $12.7 billion by 2014. Frost & Sullivan estimates that mobile advertising alone will generate $2.4B by 2015. Slide 5Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc. July, 2011
Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 Multiple Use Cases Slide 6Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc. July, 2011 PUBLIC SAFETY/ MILITARY Locate/Track Personnel Search & Rescue Monitor Military Campaigns SALES & MARKETING Social Networking Location-aware Advertising Social Gaming LBS / ASSET TRACKING Warehouses Equipment & Supplies Disaster Recovery
Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 Slide 7Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc. July, 2011 Enterprise Solution (Hospital, Office Park, Warehouse) Operating frequency band(s) UWBWi-Fi VHF, Lower UHF Number of locating references per sq. mile (2588881 sq. m.) 25,90012,000505 Maximum range (meters) 5075350 Indoor range (meters) 2030125 Installation constraints Severe Minimal Confidence level over operating range 70% - 95%50%-90%85% - 95% Accuracy (meters) 0.15 - 110-302 - 4
Submission doc.: IEEE 11-10/1033r0 July, 2011 Russ Markhovsky, InvisiTrack, Inc.Slide 9 Geo-location Results Developed portable, battery-operated proof of concept: Dimensions:3x4x2 inches Operating frequencies:VHF (High-band) Operating bandwidth: 5 MHz In all tests TX and RX antennas heights were between 0.5 meter to 1.5 meters from the ground.