WiTrack is a project coming out of MIT. It uses radio transmissions similar to WiFi to track a moving person through a house, despite walls and other obstacles, using a set of antennas in a fixed location. From a home automation viewpoint, this is intensely interesting. It sounds like they're making progress, too. I wonder when they'll be able to commercialize it?
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