Method for Indoor Human Position Tracking Using Multiple Depth Sensors

  • Algirdas Dobrovolskis Kaunas University of Technology
  • Audronė Janavičiutė
  • Egidijus Kazanavičius
  • Agnius Liutkevičius
Keywords: indoor positioning, depth camera, Kinect sensor, method for multiple depth sensors

Abstract

In this article a positioning method for covering room area was proposed. Multiple Kinect depth sensors were used to work around narrow field of view of one Kinect sensor and cover the room area to prevent blind spots. Affine transformation was used to convert coordinates of the Kinect sensors to the coordinates of the room. Indoor human tracking application was developed in research. During application testing, average aggregated error of 15cm was determined.

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Published
2019-04-01
How to Cite
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A. Dobrovolskis, A. Janavičiutė, E. Kazanavičius, and A. Liutkevičius, “Method for Indoor Human Position Tracking Using Multiple Depth Sensors”, se, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 01-10, Apr. 2019.