Prof. Ryoo’s uGPS project presented at prestigious CS conference
The uGPS project, developed by a team of researchers from AI2S lab, has been presented at the prestigious ACM MobiCom 2022 conference. Led by Professor Jihoon Ryoo, the team includes Ph.D. student Hoyoung Kim and graduate students Seong Hoon Park and Junghun Park.
So, what is uGPS? It stands for "underground GPS"---a system that can provide accurate location information even in subterranean environments, such as tunnels. The team achieved this by using an FPGA-based pseudo satellite signal generation system, which was successfully tested in active tunnels in Korea.
If you're interested in the technical details, the team has published a paper that describes the project in depth. You can access it through the following link [https://idciti.com/uGPS] and the paper [https://bit.ly/3yJXVPK ]. It's fascinating to see how technology is evolving to solve real-world problems like navigation in underground spaces.
Overall, the uGPS project is a remarkable achievement that showcases the potential of innovative solutions to address complex challenges. It will be exciting to see how this technology develops in the future and where else it could be applied.