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Nokia tweaks Bluetooth for indoor navigation

11/29/2011 11:08 PM EST
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chouban
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chouban   11/30/2011 12:35:07 PM
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Google just realized his Google map 6.0 that do the same ... but i think they use wifi for localisation

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aromeo   11/30/2011 8:05:36 AM
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Because bluetooth is passive. To begin a NFC communication the user need to do something.

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prabhakar_deosthali   11/30/2011 5:19:46 AM
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How is this indoor blue tooth navigation different from NFC? Adding too many communication standards makes life complicated for the end customers while making buying choice for their phones

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daleste   11/30/2011 4:56:40 AM
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Interesting idea. Good to see Nokia coming up with new stuff.

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_hm   11/30/2011 12:18:57 AM
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Indoor navigation is quite essential in some environment like hosptials, education institutes and similar. However, can they do it with exsiting infrastructure like power line communication?

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