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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 9, September 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Geo Tracking System Using Xamarin Approach

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr.M.Kavitha, S.Srinidh ,R.Menaka, S.Poovizhi, T.K. Kartheeswari

 

KEYWORDS

Global Positioning System, Local Area Network, Single Sign On , iPhone Operating System, Radio Frequency Identification, Shortest Path, Wi-Fi..

 

ABSTRACT

Secured data transmission in mobile network is most concerned research issue focused by various researchers. Mobile phones are very important in day to day life and it is useful tool for business purpose. “Secured Geo Tracking using xamarin Technology” is the mobile application which is used to trace the employee of an organization during their client based meeting through the GPS. This application is developed using the Xamarin. Forms technology and visual studio 2019 is used as cross platform to develop this application. The current location of the employee was stored in the database of an organization.MySQL is used as back end tool. This dissertation proposes an improved indoor positioning for mobile nodes in the hardware and develops shortest path algorithms in simulation for two assumed cases. The assumptions are network with nearby nodes and two independent adjacent networks. For the first case, Genetic Algorithm and Distance vector method are used and for the second, Edge based three point Steiner tree is used. The results are promising and comparable with other algorithms. The main objectives of this work is , to provide positioning problems, better efficiency and loop free shortest path solutions for static and dynamic nodes.

 

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