The IEEE Journal of Indoor and Seamless Positioning and Navigation (J-ISPIN) publishes original research in the fields of localization and tracking of people, robots and objects. It covers all aspects of localization systems, including sensing, communications, location-based services, mapping, protocols, human interfaces and standards. The scope includes methods and systems addressing indoor environments as well as those enabling seamless transition between heterogeneous indoor contexts or between indoor and outdoor environments, for example where Global Navigation Satellites Systems are underperforming or unavailable.

Early Access Articles

A Multi-Channel Approach and Testbed for Centimeter-Level WiFi Ranging

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Radar-based millimeter-Wave sensing for accurate 3D Indoor Positioning - Potentials and Challenges

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Offsite evaluation of localization systems: criteria, systems and results from IPIN 2021-22 competitions

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Indoor Group Identification and Localization Using Privacy-Preserving Edge Computing Distributed Camera Network

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An Experimental Evaluation Based on Direction Finding Specification for Indoor Localization and Proximity Detection

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A Novel Cross-Attention-Based Pedestrian Visual–Inertial Odometry With Analyses Demonstrating Challenges in Dense Optical Flow

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