Real-time indoor localisation tracking of people with unobtrusive, wearable sensors has valuable
potential for a variety of applications such as remote monitoring and tracking of aged-care
patients to improve their safety and other care aspects. There are no widely available or costeffective
and ubiquitous wireless solutions like GPS for indoor localisation which require no
prior infrastructure. Indoor localisation systems are available but most have difficulties operating
in confined spaces or cannot localise to within small distances in real-time for moving objects as
required for sport and health applications.