iNous: Building an Eco-System for Indoor Spatial Information



Summary

iNous (indoor/outdoor spatial data services) is a large research project funded by the Korean government (official webpage of the project. The main objective is to develop an eco-systems of software for:

  1. reconstructing indoor maps automatically
  2. managing these maps in an efficient way
  3. using these indoor maps in different applications

The focus of the project is on the OGC standard IndoorGML, but alternatives formats to represent the indoor of a building and its navigation graph will be sought.

What do we do?

We are responsible for 2 work packages:

  1. the validation of IndoorGML files. This implies validating the geometry, topology, and general consistency of IndoorGML files. We will extend val3dity so that the rooms/cells in IndoorGML are validated, and so that the navigation graph is also validated.
  2. the develop of a JSON-based encoding for IndoorGML. Our draft proposal for IndoorJSON is online, with some software to convert IndoorGML files.

Open-source software and standards

  1. val3dity (only branch ‘develop’ at this moment)
  2. IndoorJSON

Team

Balázs  Dukai photo

Balázs Dukai
Developer

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Hugo  Ledoux photo

Hugo Ledoux
Associate-prof.

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