Sara Raggiunto is an electronic engineer graduated with honors from the Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy. She received the PhD degree in Information Engineering in 2020 from the Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy. She has currently a research grant from the GARR Consortium to develop web services based on the Bluetooth Beacon technology for people flows management.
Sara’s interests focus on the study and development of Wireless Sensor Networks for the Internet of Things applications. Her actual research interests are addressed to innovative solutions based on the Bluetooth mesh architecture to build indoor localization and navigation services accurate and reliable. Sara’s participation in Future Talent Programme (FTP21) was supported by GARR Italy.
Lightning Talk Topic
Indoor Localization Service based on Beacons: A System to Save Your Life!
Navigation systems help users find their way around the world. But what if we wanted to reach the exact platform of our departing train and it’s a matter of minutes? Or what if in the earthquake/fire event we wanted the shortest path to the escape route? The skill is to move from a problem to an extremely innovative solution. Indoor localization allows users to access unknown environments. The main challenges of the proposed system are the safety, the access control, and the activity monitoring. In fact, knowing instantly the exact position of the people to be assisted is extremely important in an indoor environment.
Contact: Sara Raggiunto email@example.com