I'm try to gather data on the feasibility of my next Android project in which I would like to use GPS indoors. Knowing that GPS wasn't built to be accurate indoors, I'm trying to decide if the project is worthwhile.
I have a rough estimate of my required accuracy (10 meters). The location is the middle of a major city.
So I'm wondering if there is any data out there that relates to the GPS systems on Android phones that would help me with this research.
Thanks for the answers so far folks. Good reads. I realized that there are a lot of factors affecting GPS data. Even though I may be "shooting for the moon" with my accuracy requirements, I'm hoping that my unique situation might help achieve my goal indoors.
I intended to use GPS + wireless network data (Assisted GPS) and try to get the best accuracy possible. My user will also be in the middle of a major city, which I would imagine would have many cell towers. Whether or not I can achieve this with current/up-and-coming Android technology is really what I would like to determine, so my search for actual data representing valid tests of Android devices continues.
If you have any links to data of this sort, please do share.
Thanks again all!