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LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support

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LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support. / Klann, Markus; Riedel, Till; Gellersen, Hans; Fischer, Carl; Oppenheim, Matthew; Lukowicz, Paul; Pirkl, Gerald; Kunze, Kai; Beuster, Monty; Beigl, Michael; Visser, Otto; Gerling, Mirco.

2007. 124--127.

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Harvard

Klann, M, Riedel, T, Gellersen, H, Fischer, C, Oppenheim, M, Lukowicz, P, Pirkl, G, Kunze, K, Beuster, M, Beigl, M, Visser, O & Gerling, M 2007, 'LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support', pp. 124--127.

APA

Klann, M., Riedel, T., Gellersen, H., Fischer, C., Oppenheim, M., Lukowicz, P., Pirkl, G., Kunze, K., Beuster, M., Beigl, M., Visser, O., & Gerling, M. (2007). LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support. 124--127.

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Klann M, Riedel T, Gellersen H, Fischer C, Oppenheim M, Lukowicz P, Pirkl G, Kunze K, Beuster M, Beigl M, Visser O, Gerling M. 2007. LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support.

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Klann, Markus ; Riedel, Till ; Gellersen, Hans ; Fischer, Carl ; Oppenheim, Matthew ; Lukowicz, Paul ; Pirkl, Gerald ; Kunze, Kai ; Beuster, Monty ; Beigl, Michael ; Visser, Otto ; Gerling, Mirco. / LifeNet: an Ad-hoc Sensor Network and Wearable System to Provide Firefighters with Navigation Support.

Bibtex

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