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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Denis Khabenskii
Client-server Android Application "Navigation in the Subway"
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
Currently, navigation is one of the most common types of services, it is available to person on a vast number of electronic devices, among which the most common are smartphones.

Navigation services cover virtually the entire planet. But there are places where the services are not available, one of them, and perhaps the most popular is the subway.

This work is dedicated to the system for navigation in the Moscow metro. The paper discusses the main sources of location, the possibility of their individual or combined use in the subway.

The object of development is a client-server application for the Android platform, which allows real-time tracking your location in the metro, calculate the shortest route and alarm the need to change trains.

This paper contains 40 pages, 3 chapters, 17 illustrations, 18 bibliography items, 4 appendices.

Keywords: navigation, GPS, public transport, Android, client-server.

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