How reliable is my Geofencing?

The Geofence Index Web Service

Select your geofence and let the service determine the Geofence Index for it

Step 1:

Geofence Creation

Draw the geofence on the map or enter the polygon in WKT format using the text box to the right.

Note: At the moment, the web service only determines the Geofence Index for geofences within Berlin, Germany.

Step 2:

Target group

Select the target group(s) for your application scenario.

Internet Connection

Check 'yes' if your proactive location-based service requires an internet connection.

Point-in-Geofence Strategy

Select the way a position fix is matched against a geofence so that the mobile is considered to be inside the geofence.

Distance(m):

Percentage(%):

Accuracy Distribution

Step 3:

Sampling periods

Enter the minimum and maximum sampling periods for each activity in milliseconds.

Min.:
Max.:
Min.:
Max.:
Min.:
Max.:

Weights (optional)

User Flows (optional)

Enter the ratio of people transiting through the geofence against those who are finishing their trip within the geofence.

Transit:
Finish:

Results

About

This is a public available web service for the determination of the performance estimator Geofence Index. It estimates the reliability of a proactive location-based service with respect to a given geofence and the configuration of the Geofencing system.

Contacts

Dr. Sandro Rodriguez Garzon
Dmytro Arbuzin

Address

Technische Universit├Ąt Berlin,
Service-centric Networking,
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7
10587 Berlin
Germany, Europe