OREANDA-NEWS  Scientists at the Siberian State University of Telecommunications and Informatics (SibGUTI) have developed an innovative system that is able to search for people in rooms using Wi-Fi technology. This is reported by TASS with reference to the press service of the higher educational institution.

It is noted that the accuracy of location determination is up to five to seven meters, while the current capabilities of basic mobile networks allow you to find an object with an accuracy of 300-500 meters.

The developed system is based on the analysis of the parameters of the available wireless network points and the signal levels from them to the desired object. At the same time, for a successful search, it is not required that the desired device is connected to Wi-Fi. The system collects information and sends it to the server to calculate the distance to each access point and determine the coordinates of the object. The more Wi-Fi points there are around, the more accurate the result.

The system, based on the use of Wi-Fi technology, can be used for search operations in rooms, underground rooms like mines, parental control and orientation of people with disabilities.

The use of the development has already been approved in one of the schools in Novosibirsk. It will allow parents to track the location of their children through a special application.

Earlier, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexander Ginzburg reported on the development by Russian scientists of a new vaccine against all types of cancer. The drug has already proven its effectiveness in mice. It is planned that after the end of all trials, individual vaccines for cancer patients will be created on the basis of a universal drug.