Enhanced Mapping and Positioning System (EMAPS)





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Published on Oct 11, 2013

The Enhanced Mapping and Positioning System (EMAPS) is a backpack-mounted system that a user wears to walk around any type of interior (and some exterior) locations which cannot receive a GPS signal. As the user walks, EMAPS -- in real time -- captures a floor-plan-style map of the area, takes 360-degree photos, and generates data to make a 3-D point map of the location. The modular device can also add other sensors and detectors as needed by the user.

Special thanks to W. Macomber/JHU and USCGC Taney/Historic Ships in Baltimore

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