Authors: Michael Harney
Wireless tracking and triangulation approaches have existed for many decades, but the last decade has seen much more focus on efficiency and accuracy of triangulation which has translated into the use of fewer sensors and more efficient algorithms. In the case of tracking high-velocity objects, there is a necessity for accuracy as the error in a tracking system can accumulate quickly and a lock on the object can be lost and never recovered. In the following paper, we will discuss a method of tracking that uses the motion of an object as an advantage in tracking it, with a higher-velocity object providing more data points to allow for more accurate tracking.
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