International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology


In the past few years, a number of ideas have been proposed for indoor navigation systems. These ideas were not as widely implemented as outdoor positioning systems like GPS(Global Positioning Systems). We propose an indoor navigation assistance system using Bluetooth which is low cost and feasible to use in daily life. Our system enables users with handheld mobile devices to steer with ease through the indoor premises using the short range radio frequencies of Bluetooth. It also establishes user’s current location and the various paths leading to the destination. Dijkstra’s algorithm is used to determine the shortest path from the source to the required destination.





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