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Scientific and Technical Objectives

The objectives of the EVARILOS project are: Firstly, EVARILOS will develop a benchmarking methodology enabling objective experimental validation of and fair comparison between state-of-the art indoor localization solutions.

Contrary to previous approaches, the EVARILOS benchmarking methodology not only considers accuracy metrics, but also com-plexity, cost, energy, and, most importantly, RF interference robustness metrics. Next, the project aims to improve the interference robustness of state-of-the art localization solutions through (a) introducing multimodal approaches leveraging the diversity of different localization methods; (b) introducing environmental awareness and cognitive features; (c) by leveraging the presence of external interference. Thirdly, the EVARILOS benchmarking methodology and interference-robust localization solutions will be validated in two real-life application scenarios: healthcare in a hospital setting and underground mining safety. The main outcomes of the project are a public handbook on the use of the EVARILOS benchmarking methodology and the EVARILOS benchmarking suite.

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Report on the results of the real-life experiments in the validation scenarios is available

Report on final results of interference robust localization is available

Final Version of the EVARILOS Benchmarking Handbook is available

Evaluation Opportunities ‐ Technical Annex Track 1 Acrobat PDF Track 2 Acrobat PDF

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Next events:
IPSN 2016
11‐14 April, 2016, Vienna
Net Futures 2015
20‐21 April, 2016, Brussels
ICC 2016
23‐27 May, 2016, Kuala Lumpur
IoT Week 2016
31 May‐2 June, 2016, Belgrade
EuCNC 2016
27‐30 June, 2016, Athens
IPIN 2016
4‐7 October, 2016, Madrid

EVARILOS Start: 1.11.2012
Project duration: 30 month
Contract Nr: 317989
EC Contribution: 1.379.944€
Participants: TUB, ADV, iMinds, SICS, THC
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 317989.