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Second ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Indoor Spatial Awareness (ISA 2010)

In conjunction with ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS 2010

November 2, 2010, San Jose, CA, USA

Invited Speakers

Workshop aim

With the rapid progress of location based services, geographic information systems, and ubiquitous computing technologies, the space that we are dealing with is no longer limited to outdoor space but being extended to indoor space. Indoor space has some differences from outdoor space, most notably by its relevant third dimension, but also by its privately regulated accessibility. Therefore to provide integrated seamless services across spaces it is required to establish new theories, data models, and systems. For this reason, research has begun to extend the scope of LBS and GIS to indoor space for the applications such as indoor orientation and navigation services, emergency management, indoor space management and 3D cadastre. This workshop is intended to bring together researchers, developers, and practitioners carrying out research and development related to the topic of indoor spatial awareness and to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussions in all aspects of indoor spatial awareness.

Program (PDF)

07:00-08:00         Breakfast (Poolside Foyer)

08:00-08:45         Registration

08:45-08:55         Opening

08:55-09:15         Flash session

Morning theme: Indoor Positioning and Navigation

09:15-10:00         Invited talk
Localization and Interaction in Active Indoor Environments
Lars Kulik

10:00-10:30         Coffee break (Poolside Foyer)

10:30-11:00         Enhanced Positioning Systems: Accuracy through Mapping, Calibration, and Classification
Scott Bell, Wook Jung and Vishwa Krishnakumar

11:00-11:30         A Spatial Orientation and Information System for Indoor Spatial Awareness
Rongxing Li, Boris Skopljak, Alper Yilmaz, Shaojun He, Pingbo Tang and Jinwei Jiang

11:30-12:00         Supporting 3D Route Planning in Indoor Space Based on the LEGO representation
Wenjie Yuan and Markus Schneider

12:00-13:30         Lunch (on your own)

                                Afternoon theme: Modelling of Indoor Spaces

13:30-14:30         Keynote talk
Multiple Ontologies for Spatial Exploration and Mapping
Benjamin Kuipers

14:30-15:00         An Enhanced Indoor Pedestrian Model Supporting Spatial DBMSs
Suyeong Kwak, Hyunwoo Nam and Chulmin Jun

15:00-15:30         Coffee break (Poolside Foyer)

15:30-16:00         A Fine-Grained Context-Dependent Model for Indoor Spaces
Imad Afyouni, Cyril Ray and Christophe Claramunt

16:00-16:30         A Multi-Modal Data Access Framework for Spatial Assistance Systems
Carl Schultz and Mehul Bhatt

16:30-17:00         The Informatics of Indoor and Outdoor Space: A Research Agenda
Nicholas Giudice, Lisa Walton and Michael Worboys


Proceedings

The papers of this workshop were carefully peer-reviewed by three members of the program committee. Seven out of ten submitted papers were selected for presentation after revisions made to respond to the reviews. In addition, an invited talk by Lars Kulik and a keynote talk by Benjamin Kuipers are included in the program and proceedings.The proceedings of the workshops will be published jointly with the conference proceedings and will appear in the ACM Digital Library.

Workshop General Chair
Program Co-Chairs
Program Committee
If you have any further questions please contact the workshop general chair at winter@unimelb.edu.au.