Over the last several years of research into the field of Pedestrian Dead Reckoning (PDR), there have been varying degrees of success in providing a viable individual navigation system. The PDR solutions developed utilize everything from a single Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) to several IMUs with additional sensors. One specific PDR solution identified that by utilizing a micro-mechanical Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) on each foot (along with the application of Zero Velocity Updates (ZUPT) and foot-to-foot range measurements) a reliable method of PDR tracking could be accomplished. Their study concludes that further evaluation is required for this foot-mounted solution to be viable as a wearable PDR system. In order to better deliver a viable wearable system, this research focuses on the development of a PDR testbed that can be utilized to evaluates a variety of sensors and techniques.