Multi-Sensor Fusion Based Relative Positioning
Topic: In this project, the goal is to fuse data from multiple sensors to determine the relative position of persons in a room. This information will be used to develop smart lighting systems.
Fusion is important in many different applications, such as indoor localization. In this project, data from multiple sensors will be used to accomplish this localization task. Location information is for instance important to smartly control an LED lighting system. This project will be a joint effort between Philips Research (contact person Dr. Ashish Pandharipande, email@example.com) and the Circuits and Systems group of the Delft University of Technology.
Project outside the universityPhilips Research
AssignmentIn this MSc project, you will develop new data fusion algorithms for localization.
RequirementsFor this project, we are looking for a master student in either electrical engineering, applied physics, mathematics, computational science or any related study. Furthermore we are looking for a student who has a background in signal processing, sensors, basic statistical techniques, and programming skills in Matlab and/or C/C++. Strong communication (written and verbal) skills in English is a must. Expected project duration is about 9 to 12 months.
prof.dr.ir. Geert Leus
Circuits and Systems Group
Department of Microelectronics
Last modified: 2017-05-03