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Semantically enriched spatial modelling of industrial indoor environments enabling location-based services

by   Arne Wendt, et al.

This paper presents a concept for a software system called RAIL representing industrial indoor environments in a dynamic spatial model, aimed at easing development and provision of location-based services. RAIL integrates data from different sensor modalities and additional contextual information through a unified interface. Approaches to environmental modelling from other domains are reviewed and analyzed for their suitability regarding the requirements for our target domains; intralogistics and production. Subsequently a novel way of modelling data representing indoor space, and an architecture for the software system are proposed.


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