manoj Thanks, for your reaction !
We have already implemented the definition of geolocation in our application. All we want is to have more accurate data than GPS data.
We make software for renting scooters, bicycles, etc. When the user ends a ride, they must park in a specific area. We want to check if it parks in the right place.
We want to send via API (not SDK), one or more last GPS points of the user's movement route. In response to receive its exact position. Then, on our side, we determine whether the user is in the allowed parking zone.
The question is the following. What data do you need to send in order to get the exact position of the user in response? How many coordinates from the user's trajectory do we need to send so that your AI can determine the exact position? What is the margin of error?
Is it possible?