This paper presents three key techniques to realize a global indoor positioning system (GIPS), and a global in- and-outdoor integrated navigation system (GINS). A crowdsourcing radio map construction method, a positioning algorithm for crowdsourced radio maps, and an indoor and outdoor environment detection method are developed as the three key techniques. The developed techniques have been integrated into a crowdsourcing-based indoor positioning system, named KAILOS, aiming to realize the GIPS and GINS. The system was deployed at KAIST, Daejeon campus, and now an in- and-outdoor integrated navigation service is available at KAIST campus area. The successful launch of KAILOS foretells that the GIPS and GINS are becoming a reality. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.