GPS services are becoming commonly available on mobile phones.
However, accessing GPS services is "expensive" in terms of the power
required and applications that make constant use of GPS services
have a substantial impact on battery life.
We are experimenting with adaptive algorithms and mechanisms for accessing GPS services that will provide substantively equivalent resolution while dramatically decreasing the impact on battery life.
- George Fox University Richter Scholars Program
Publications and Presentations
- Ryan Casey, David M. Hansen, Brent Wilson
- Poster presented at the Pacific Northwest Conference of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC), Tacoma, WA, October 2009.